Northwest Vista College’s Dance program will welcome Stuart Pimsler Dance & Theater later this month –  an internationally recognized company that engages communities through their performance work, as well as diverse educational programs including arts and health. Jayne King, NVC Dance Coordinator, said bringing this company to campus is significant because students and the “NVC… Read More

Faculty, staff and students today celebrated the groundbreaking of Northwest Vista College’s new Welcome Center and Parking Garage. This milestone event marks the first time in 10 years since NVC had added any new structures to its campus, despite the population growth on the far Northwest Side leads any other part in the city. In… Read More

The Math & Engineering team, Student Development team and the Graduation team walked away as the top voted projects from Northwest West Vista College’s Goal Achievement Summit on Feb. 6. The summit, which happens every semester, is a way for faculty and staff to share what they have been doing to reach their Wildly Important… Read More

The first Bragging Breakfast of the new year provided a great way for employees to learn about technical academic (formerly workforce) programs that are producing professionals with good salaries John Grillo, chair of the Computer Sciences, Technology & Business of the Science & Technology Institute, said he’s hoping to make his colleagues aware of the… Read More

With the help of a new grant, Dr. Don Lucas, Ph.D., likely could become a YouTube star, and he’s not just talking about happiness. He’s enlightening his audiences about human sexuality. The $5,000 grant from the Association of Psychological Science will allow Dr. Don (as the NVC community likes to call him) to pay NVC students… Read More

It has been more than 10 years since Northwest Vista College has undergone construction of a new building, yet the population growth on the far Northwest side of San Antonio has exploded. In 2017, Bexar County voters approved a $450-million bond for all five colleges within the Alamo Colleges District, which allows NVC to break… Read More

This summer NVC will begin an exciting new experiential learning program called Study Stateside. In the inaugural 2019 Study Stateside program, students will have the opportunity to tour iconic cities throughout the U.S. directly engaging in their own cultural history, and earning 6 course credit hours in History 1302 (U.S. History- Reconstruction to present) and… Read More

The last Bragging Breakfast of the year proved to be festive with holiday music, ugly sweaters and celebrating NVC employees. Northwest Vista College Staff Senate hosted the December breakfast and shared some of the initiatives they have been up to: Alamo Colleges District will introduce career ladders for new employees More training for supervisors Employee… Read More

Just two years ago, Northwest Vista College faculty and staff introduced CashCourse to the NVC community. On Dec. 10, the CashCourse organization said NVC is No. 4 on a top 10 list of colleges and universities that had the most web engagement out of 1,141 colleges and universities. NVC and Santiago Canyon College in California… Read More

For the fall 2018 semester, Northwest Vista College Digital Video & Cinema Production students helped eight nonprofits this semester improve their marketing outreach. Most of the nonprofits selected have small budgets and little money for marketing, let alone high-quality videos. These videos were recently screened for clients on Dec. 13. Since these video projects began… Read More

The Northwest Vista College Business Council held its annual scholarship and celebration brunch this past Friday, Dec 7.  Members of the local business community were present to participate in this year’s election of new leadership and discuss future goals and objectives.   Chair of the Council, local business owner and Alamo City Black Chamber of Commerce… Read More