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In every team and department at Northwest Vista College, there are always great stories to tell that show faculty and staff going above and beyond. While it’s hard to capture every story, we hope to periodically share in this space some of the major accomplishments or projects that are taking place. Members of the executive… Read More


– Encourage Current students that spring registration is NOW open and they can register online until Jan. 8 for the 16-week and Flex 1 terms. – First Time in College Students must complete multiple steps before they can attend orientation and register for classes. They should start here asap: http://www.alamo.edu/alamoenroll/future-students/ – last day to apply for admission to the… Read More


Congratulations Beverly Evans of the President’s office for recently receiving the Alamo Colleges Human Resources Service Partner Award. Beverly was given the award because whenever HR calls her for whatever reason, she always assists them to help schedule rooms, answer their questions, directs them to the appropriate person. Beverly said, “I was so excited to get the award… Read More


Congratulations to two Northwest Vista College employees who are being recognized today at the Alamo Colleges Leadership Academy for Success or ALAS holiday celebration at Palo Alto College. ALAS takes participants through a nine-month journey of developing new mindsets to lead the whole person and identify ways to unleash the full creative potential of people. Dr.… Read More


Christine Crowley (pictured right) has been re-elected president of the Friends of the Arts at Northwest Vista College (FANs) board of directors. Other elected officers include Mimi Duvall, vice president; Eliot Lee, secretary; and Bryan Chase, past president. The board also nominated and elected the following new board members: Diana Kersey, Jack Robbins, Dr. Jacqueline… Read More


The NVC Ceramics department hosted its first “Cosmic Clay Night” on Nov. 18 in the ceramics studio at the Palmetto Performing Arts Center from 6-9 pm. Ceramics department faculty and staff mixed UV light reactive pigments into clay and installed black lights throughout the studio. The NVC community was invited to enjoy the opportunity to try their hand at… Read More


Felicia King Certified Academic Advisor NVC Career and Transfer Services Felicia has been inducted into the “Red Eye Crew” this semester by the one and only Gary Bowling. He leads a small group of caffeinated-charged instructors who teach at 6:30 am. To read about this energetic bunch that we affectionately call the “Red Eye Crew,”… Read More


  At the November Bragging Breakfast, members of the Alamo Colleges Police Department gave the Wildcat Spirit Award to the NVC Access office. The Access office offers services to help level the playing field and create opportunities for success for students with disabilities. Sharon Dresser, Mark Tovar, Adriana Cantu and JoDee Cortez accepted the award.… Read More


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From Sharon Dresser of the NVC Access Office Mark Twain was right ….  “Kindness is the language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see.” Sharon says she was blown away when one of our blind students told her the following last week… “I feel safe here!. I have been to a few of the other campuses… Read More


Before you start looking for a job, clean up your social media, say three business leaders participating on a panel discussion for the Northwest Vista College Business Student Organization. Panelists confirmed that hiring managers check what’s posted on social media of candidates and these postings could be a deciding factor on whether or not candidates… Read More


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Thank you to all who attended the Northwest Vista College Town Hall Meeting and your contribution during this open forum dialogue regarding NVC’s response to the Special Committee Recommendations for the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges or SACSCOC – our accrediting organization. The issues addressed today are imperative for the continued growth and… Read More