Over the last several months, Workforce Education & Training has changed the name to several of its programs to better reflect industry standards and ensure students can easily transfer credits to other four-year colleges. NVC’s Nanotechnology program is now called Advanced Materials Technology (AMT). Bharathi (Barti) Subramaniasiva Ph.D., AMT’s coordinator and faculty, said “We decided on… Read More


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Congratulations to Renata Serafin, APR, NVC director of Public Relations. She recently graduated from San Antonio Women’s Chamber of Commerce Leadership series. The six-month program explores the attributes of strong leaders of top corporations in the United States and San Antonio. The participants were also exposed to San Antonio leaders who have excelled in moving their companies forward… Read More


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NVC President Dr. Ric Baser and Math Faculty Dr. Claudia Verdin on KSAT’s SA Live, talking about NVC’s “Project Math Paths” and helping students be successful! Here’s the video of their spot (watch it about 18:30). NVC was also recently featured in MD Monthly, a healthcare publication. The magazine featured NVC’s Community Health program. Read it… Read More


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About: NVC Dual Credit program Ms. Boerm, Thank you for all your support in the dual credit program. I wanted to let you know that Austin’s participation in the dual credit program was instrumental in him being awarded the UTSA Top Scholar Award. The UTSA Top Scholar is awarded full tuition and fees, room and… Read More


  Welcome to the new La reVista! The Public Relations team is proud after several years to introduce a new look for the college’s employee magazine. We are constantly trying to find new tools and ways to tell our story not only to our employees, but the community as well. The launch of this new… Read More


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On Monday and Tuesday, Aug. 22 and 23, Northwest Vista College will welcome students for the fall semester as part of Wildcat Days. Volunteers located in five stations across the campus will give students a smile, help them find their classes and provide maps, planners, pens and much more. This year, Wildcat Days’ will have… Read More


The 2016 NVC Cares. . . I Care campaign officially begins on Monday, Aug. 8 and will continue through Sept. 18. NVC faculty and staff will have the opportunity to contribute to NVC scholarships and programs, United Way agencies, arts and cultural organizations of TheFund and District-wide scholarships and programs. This year, everyone making a… Read More


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As we enter another academic year and continue our encouragement of our students to complete an associate degree/certificate, we must take a minute to pat ourselves on the back for all the work we did to increase degrees and certificates. Preliminary numbers show we were able to increase awards by 9 percent in 2015-16 from… Read More


San Antonio is typically know for the battle of the Alamo, but a group of researchers are hoping to add to the Alamo City’s famous history by gathering artifacts and records that show the city’s Spanish, indigenous and multicultural settlers from all over the world. Starting in the small city of Somerset on Nov. 14,… Read More