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News & Events

College Crossroads 2015
Over 100 students turned out for the College Crossroads event held March 24th at the Del Rio campus.

The event, organized by the Del Rio Student Success Center, was designed to provide students with a variety of information concerning future educational opportunities, along with offering food, refreshments, and fun activities.

Several four-year universities had representatives at the event, providing students with information about transfer criteria.

The event was held in front of Charles and Polly Chandler Student Services Building from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

For more pictures of the event please visit our FaceBook page.

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Del Rio Campus Recycling Day
 

 

Full bins are a sure sign that SWTJC and Sul Ross students, faculty, and staff are doing their part in taking care of our environment. Soon SWTJC Del Rio campus will have more recycling bins around campus thanks to Red River Waste Management company.

 

For more pictures visit our FaceBook page

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Campus Tour

SWTJC Del Rio Campus hosted it's first campus tour to students from Premier High School on March 12th. Students visited the new Charles and Polly Chandler Student Services Building, library, nursing classrooms, biology labs located in the new Academic building, as well as our renovated Student Success Center and Art classroom.


Please visit our FaceBook page for more pictures.

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Del Rio Campus Welcome Back Celebration
 

 

SWTJC students, faculty, and staff enjoyed free hamburgers, chips, and a drink at the Welcome Back Celebration held on Thursday, February 5th. Special thanks to the faculty, staff, and students on hand volunteering their time to make this event a success.

 

In addition to a free meal, students who attended also had the opportunity to pick up information from the various SWTJC clubs, Student Success Center, TRIO, and Sul Ross Student Support Services.

 

The Welcome Back event was sponsored by the SWTJC Student Activities. More Photos

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A conversation with President Gonzales
 

SWTJC President Dr. Hector Gonzales visited the Del Rio campus to address student concerns during a Q&A session in the SWTJC Library on Thursday, February 12th.

Several students were on hand to ask a variety of questions addressing issues concerning internet accessibility, a cafeteria/snack bar, campus security, parking, replacing furniture/computers and including more sports activities.

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SWTJC Del Rio Part-time Librarian
 

SWTJC would like to welcome Edna Williams to the Del Rio Campus Library.

Mrs Williams is a Del Rio HS graduate, Angelo State graduate, and a holds a Masters degree from Our Lady of the Lake University, San Antonio.

She has lived in Okinawa with her husband who was stationed there while serving with the US Air Force, and has spent time living in New York state, as well as Del Rio.

She brings 20 plus years of experience with the public school system and young students.

Mrs Williams enjoys reading, learning, and spending time with her grandchildren.

 

If you have a chance, please welcome Mrs Williams to our campus.

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2014 Del Rio Campus Fall Fiesta
 

SWTJC Del Rio Campus held its first Fall Fiesta event on Thursday, October 23rd. The event was held in front of the Charles and Polly Chandler Student Services building. Fall Fiesta is a Student Involvement Fair devised to provide information on college resources available on campus. 

 

In addition to the educational activities, each department/organization booth provided goodies for each participant. The event ended with an Oreo eating contest. Contestants were challenged to eat as many cookies as possible in 3 minutes. First place, went to David Olivarez (20 cookies), 2nd place, Luis Vargas (17 cookies), and 3rd, Marco Salas (16 cookies).

For more photos of the event visit our FaceBook page.

 

 

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Del Rio Student Activities is now on facebook…
 

Want to get the latest information on events, clubs, and much, much more… click on the link below to visit and like our facebook page, then be sure to check in with us often to get the latest information on what is happening at the Del Rio campus!

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9/11 Ceremony
The Del Rio Campus held a short ceremony in memory of those who lost their lives on September 11, 2001. Dr. Wilford W. Box, SWTJC Management Professor and coordinator, gave a speech reminding everyone that we should all put aside our prejudices and truly become a United States of America. He ended his speech with the touching poem, “We Shall Never Forget” by Alan W. Jankowski—a tribute to our heroic firefighters, police, EMT, and other service personnel who lost their lives that day attempting to save others.

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