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The administration, faculty and staff at Southwest Texas Junior College wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
College offices will be closed from Dec. 14 through Jan. 1. Offices will reopen at 8 a.m. on Monday, Jan. 4.
Online registration for spring classes will be available throughout the holidays. Advisor-assisted (in person) registration will be available starting Jan. 4 by appointment.
The first day of classes for the spring semester is Monday, Jan. 19.
SWTJC Campus Light Club will host an Ash Wednesday service on Wednesday, February 10th at 11 a.m. in the Atrium of the B Building on the Del Rio campus.
Father Clay, from St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, will conduct the service which involves the imposition of ashes. He will also give a brief explanation of the 40-day Lenten season that begins with Ash Wednesday and ends with Easter.
All students, faculty and staff are invited
The SWTJC had their Christmas Posada on Thursday Dec. 10th at 11:30am in room D 113. Faculty and staff were treated to the traditional tamales, beans and rice.
Sponsored by the Administration office, decorations by Student Activities. From all of us at the SWTJC Family want to wish everyone a ver Happy Holidays. More picsFull Article >>>
SWTJC President Dr. Hector Gonzales will be available to answer student questions and address student concerns during a February 11th get together in the SWTJC Library on the Del Rio campus.
Sponsored by the Student Activities Office "A Chat with the President" will be held on Thursday, February 11 from 11 a.m. until noon. Snacks will be provided.Full Article >>>
SWTJC Del Rio held its first Annual Christmas at the College Tuesday, December 1st. Attendees were treated to Christmas carols from the Del Rio High School Choir, pan dulce and hot chocolate, and the arrival of Santa Claus. Children of all ages lined up to take pictures with Santa including parents, students, and staff. Visit our FaceBook page for more PHOTOS.Full Article >>>
SWTJC Eagle Pass held it's first Annual Christmas at the College Tuesday, December 1st. Attendees were treated to cookies and hot cocoa as well as Christmas Carols from CC. Winn Mariachi Toro Azabache, Perfecto Mancha Elementary children's choir, a performance of the Nut Cracker by Studio Edge. PhotosFull Article >>>
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Dr. Claudia Wright, Vice President of the Eagle Pass Chamber of Commerce and RGC’s Director of Admissions, Records, and Student Services recognized local dignitaries and led the ribbon cutting.
The SWTJC Veteran’s Affairs Office held its annual Veteran's Day Luncheon on the Del Rio campus Tuesday, Nov. 10th to honor veterans for their service.
Local veterans from all branches of service were invited. Former SWTJC English instructor, Patrick Dugan, Retired USMC, was the guest speaker. Willie Braudaway, USAF veteran and SWTJC Del Rio librarian, sang the National Anthem.
Sponsors for the luncheon include the Veteran’s Affairs Office, Registrar’s Office, the Catholic Club, Vice President of Student Services, Margot Mata and the Outreach Department. PHOTOSFull Article >>>
The Student Government Association sponsored the Thanksgiving Feast for faculty and staff on Nov. 24th. Faculty and staff were treated to turkey, mash potato, stuffing,corn, ham, drink and a ton of desserts. From the SGA we want to say Thank you for all the hard work you do! More picsFull Article >>>
SWTJC Del Rio Campus held its 2nd Annual Fall Fiesta event on Thursday, October 22nd. This year’s event was held inside the Academic B Building due to inclement weather. Fall Fiesta is a Student Involvement Fair devised to provide information on college resources available on campus. Recruiters from TAMU-SA, TAMIU-Laredo, Our Lady of the Lake University, Park University, and U.S. Customs & Border Protection were available to answer students questions.
In addition to the educational activities, each department/organization booth provided games and goodies for each participant. The event ended with pizza and door prizes.
For more photos of the event visit our FaceBook page.Full Article >>>
PTK participated in the Feast of Sharing event held Nov. 22nd in Eagle Pass sponsored by H.E.B. It was a big success. Pictured above is the clean-up crew. Approximately 9000 meals were served.Full Article >>>
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The SWTJC Arts and Sciences Division and the SWTJC Public Information Office coordinate the annual event.
“The college has a strong commitment to supporting and promoting the creative arts and we look forward to another year of outstanding entries,” said Cheryl Sanchez, dean of the college of liberal arts.
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If you have any questions please stop by the office to schedule your exam date or pick up your schedule.
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Full-time students, those enrolled in 12 or more hours, are eligible for academic honors. The president’s list recognizes those full-time students who maintained a 4.0 grade point average (GPA) throughout the semester. The dean’s list recognizes those students who maintained at least a 3.6 GPA throughout the semester. A total of 113 students earned a spot on the President’s List and 146 students earned a spot on the dean’s list.
"I congratulate all the students on the president’s list, it takes a lot of hard work and dedication to reach that level of achievement,” President Gonzales said. " We encourage each and everyone of them to continue on the path of excellence."
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Fall enrollment at various sites across SWTJC’s 11-county service area totaled 5,245 students.