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Enrollment continues to climb for fall semester
Stock photoUvalde, TX, – Registration, both online and in person, continues for fall semester classes at SWTJC.

 

SWTJC Registrar Luis Fernandez reminds students that time is running out to get applications for financial aid completed.

 

"Students who will be seeking financial aid and who haven't completed all their paperwork need to get busy," Fernandez said.

 

Registration for fall classes started in April and over 2,900 students have already registered.

 

Fernandez says the earlier students register the better their chances of getting the instructors they want, the classes they need and the times they need them.

 

"Registering early also gives students more time to arrange payment options," Fernandez said.

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Trustees approve balanced budget, appoint vice president of Del Rio campus
Uvalde, TX, – It was a busy night for SWTJC trustees during the board's regular monthly meeting on June 16 in Uvalde.

 

Highlighting the action taken, the board adopted an operating budget for the fiscal year 2018, appointed a vice president of the Del Rio campus and approved a salary increase.

 

The fiscal year 2017-2018 budget is balanced at $45.6 million, up $2.8 million from the 2016-2017 budget.

 

Increases in state support and tuition account for most of the rise. Hector Gonzales, college president, said, “We have realized about a $400,000 increase in state appropriations.”

 

The board of trustees approved a salary increase of two steps for all employees on a classified scale. Also, board members authorized one percent as an equivalent for one step for unclassified employees.

 

In other business, trustees appointed Connie Buchanan as the new vice president of the Del Rio campus, replacing Derek Sandoval who filled the vice president of administrative services earlier this year. Buchanan’s new role as vice president of Del Rio will take effect July 1.

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FAN scholarships total $19K for graduating seniors across the area
FAN logoUvalde, TX, – The Friends and Alumni Network (FAN) at Southwest Texas Junior College has announced the awarding of $19,000 in scholarships to 19 recent high school graduates from across the region.

 

Individual scholarships for the 2017-18 school year were awarded to students from Brackettville High School, Carrizo Springs High School, Crystal City High School, Del Rio High School, Pearsall High School, Sabinal High School, and Uvalde High School.

 

"We are extremely pleased to be able to help these deserving students as they pursue their higher education at SWTJC," said FAN treasurer Wade Carpenter.

 

Class of 2017 Uvalde High School recipients of $1,000 FAN scholarships includes Jose Luis Benavides, Jr., Lyndon B Diongzon, Alexsander Rodriguez, and Alondra Romo.

 

Brackettville High School graduate, Louisanna Rodriguez was awarded a $1,000 scholarship.

 

Also, receiving $1,000 scholarships were Destiny Cantu of Pearsall High School and Gloria Delgado of Sabinal high School.

 

FAN scholarships were also awarded to graduates of Del Rio High School, with Leanne Delgadillo, Andrea Guerrero, Joshua Lopez, Christina Stovall, and Leslie Torres each receiving a $1,000 in scholarship money.

 

Crystal City High School 2017 graduates Sebastian Bonilla, Jose Cervera, Klaudia Contreras, Esther Loera, Rebecca Martinez, and Devin Trevino each received $1,000 scholarships.

 

Carrizo Springs High School graduate Yazmin Avila received a $1,000 scholarship.

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SWTJC offers free summer STEM boot camps
STEM summer camp
Uvalde, TX, – Southwest Texas Junior College is hosting a residential Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) boot camp from August 7 to August 15.

 

The boot camp is a free math-intensive program designed for first-year students who will pursue a STEM Career Pathway at SWTJC. 

 

The purpose of the camp is to help incoming STEM students succeed and prepare for the rigors of a STEM degree.

 

Students will have the opportunity to receive a scholarship, which can be applied towards the Fall 2017 semester tuition at Southwest Texas Junior College.

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SWTJC faculty recognized for excellence
Haynes-GearUvalde, TX, – Two Southwest Texas Junior College faculty members received National Institute for Staff & Organizational Development (NISOD) Excellence Awards at a ceremony in Austin on May 28.



 

The recipients of the award were Aubrey Haynes, economics instructor and Dale Gear,  criminal justice instructor.



 

During an awards dinner, each Excellence Award winner received a specially cast, pewter medallion.



 

According to Professional Development Officer, Dr. Amy Garcia, SWTJC selects two people each year for the NISOD award, a membership organization created in 1978 to promote and celebrate excellence in teaching, learning, and leadership at community and technical colleges.



 

“College division chairs selected two individuals from their departments and submitted names to the deans. Next, the deans choose an individual from a technical area and an academic area,” said Garcia. “Final approval was then made by SWTJC President, Dr. Hector Gonzales.”



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Law enforcement academy recognizes spring 2017 graduates
Uvalde, TX, – A total of 27 cadets received certificates of completion for the basic peace officer training during the spring 2017 graduation ceremony for the Middle Rio Grande Law Enforcement Academy at SWTJC.


The ceremony was held Wednesday, May 19, in the La Forge Hall Gym on the SWTJC Uvalde campus. PHOTOS

Alpha Class 2017 graduates include Danny Alanis, Daniel Arce, Jr., Diego Blanco, Jr., Julio C. Chacón, Adrian De La Cruz, Roberto Espitia, Ricardo Flores, Fabian Galvan, Sasha M. Galvan, Gennise Garcia, Abraham R. Garza, and Carlos C. Hernandez.

Also graduating are David L. Hernandez, Jesus Alberto Lopez, Paul Vinnie Moreno, Lane Quinn Muzquiz, Michael D. Nash, Noemi Isabel Olivera, Antonio Perez III, Brenda E. Salazar, Trevor Anthony Sanchez, John Lionel Silvas, Michael Simon, Carlee D. Taylor, Ricardo Gabriel Valdez, Daniel A. Vasquez and Reynaldo Zamora.

Andy Davila, academy coordinator, was master of ceremonies, while SWTJC President, Dr. Hector Gonzales welcomed family, friends and special guests.

Gonzales also commended the academy instructors and coordinator for training and preparing the cadets.

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