STC Mid-Valley campus hosted Noche de Familia on September 17th from 6:30 to 8:30 at the Mid-Valley campus cafeteria.
Itzayanna K. Lopez is 18 years old and currently attending South Texas College at the Starr Campus in Rio Grande City. Her interests are writing, dancing, painting and volunteering
Alumni of the ACC Catch the Next Society came together on Thursday, August 22, at Highland Business Campus for the “Te aventaste! Alumni Reunion.
STC Mid-Valley campus instructors Esmeralda Macias and Dr. Moreno held a meeting to welcome their new cohort in early September.
The STARR campus Ascender Club hosted a 16 de September celebration with a lunch. The students brought tamales, tostadas, desserts and Mexican bread.
ACC Students were invited to take part in "Mentor/Mentee Night," which took place on multiple campuses on multiple nights. Students were given the chance to meet their mentor for the first time face-to-face. They exchanged stories to gather an understanding of one another.
STC Mid-Valley students attended a Hispanic Heritage event hosted by the STC library on Thursday, September 26, at the Mid-Valley Campus Auditorium.
SAC Ascender students attended SAC’s mixer and movie night on September 12th at the McAllister Auditorium.
Now that I have completed my first year, I feel as if I have taken flight, that the training wheels have been removed and I am confident to face any challenge the world throws at me. The CTN Ascender program has truly had an impact on me.
CTN South Texas College faculty, Esmeralda Macias and Angelica Cerda, were included in the college’s publication Faculty Spotlight. Esmeralda Macias and Juan Ramirez also were featured on the cover of the Faculty Handbook.