It’s never a dull for moment for our campus police. During the first week of classes, not only did they have to deal with the traffic and parking woes but also wild critters. Several baby squirrels had to fend for themselves because the momma squirrel was no where to be found. To keep these babies… Read More

Congratulations to Math faculty member Kelli Bradshaw for being honored at a WNBA Silver Stars game on Aug. 12. At halftime, Kelli was recognized at the teacher appreciation announcement at a Stars game at the AT&T Center. A former student nominated Kelli for the honor. The Stars played the Atlanta Dream that night and won!… Read More

Northwest Vista Psychology students are making waves across the city and state presenting their research and knowledge against their four-year university peers. Make sure to read this article in the NVC Voice (an NVC blog for student news) about NVC alumni taking 1st place for their presentation, and another group of NVC Psychology students almost… Read More

Recently Student Success received a testimonial letter from a returning student on her anxiety to ease after going through our enrollment process. Read below: My name is Anita Guzman, and after being away from school for so long, I decided to re-enroll at Northwest Vista College. I was extremely nervous about coming back because I… Read More

The Northwest Vista College Wildcat Award was bestowed upon Destiny Harper-Lane of Student Success. Jesse Harbert of the Math faculty and the previous Wildcat Award recipient said, “Since the day I received this award in mid-December, I started thinking of others who are just as deserving of it as I am. I wanted to pass… Read More

The NVC Wellness Center bestowed the Wildcat Spirit Award to Jesse Harbert – NVC Math Advocacy Lab liaison and Math instructor – at the recent Bragging Breakfast. The Wellness Center team wrote: If you were to copy this individual in your work life, here are some of the characteristics you would display: Love your subject and express… 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

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

Often when many Northwest Vista College students leave, we may not hear of their success stories or how NVC played a role in their success. However, we received a letter recently from NVC Alumnus Paul Hamilton. Paul had to go to an alternative high school after getting in trouble at his original school and eventually went to… Read More

About a story on Pat Ramirez: “Melissa (Monroe-Young), I just wanted to thank you for the piece you wrote about Pat Ramirez; it was very sweet and heartwarming. You included just the right quotes from the guest book that described the kind of person and co-worker she was to us all. She loved her job,… Read More

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