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Dual Grand Opening…

The Alamo Colleges Board of Trustees, Chancellor Bruce H. Leslie, St. Philip’s College President Dr. Adena Williams Loston and The City of San Antonio cordially invite all to a double event Aug. 9
SPC Grand Opening Events

Dual Grand Opening Ceremony

The Alamo Colleges Board of Trustees, Chancellor Bruce H. Leslie, St. Philip’s College President Dr. Adena Williams Loston and The City of San Antonio cordially invite all to a double event Aug. 9: St. Philip’s College’s grand openings of the college's Good Samaritan Veterans Outreach and Transition Center at 202 Connelly St. and the college’s Turbon Student Center at 1801 Martin Luther King Dr.

The college’s Good Samaritan Veterans Outreach and Transition Center opening event occurs in partnership with the City of San Antonio Aug. 9 at 8:30 a.m.

The college’s Turbon Student Center opening event occurs in partnership with AT&T Aug. 9 at 10:30 a.m.

Guests can choose to attend one ceremony or both ceremonies, however online reservations at www.spcgrandopenings.eventbrite.com are required by July 24 to ensure seating or special accommodation at either ceremony. Complimentary parking and shuttle service for both events is available at 1801 Martin Luther King Dr.

For all information on the dual opening ceremony, contact Dr. Sharon Crockett-Ray, college director of institutional advancement, at 210-486-2887, SCROCKETT-BELL@ALAMO.EDU.

For all information on Turbon Student Center operations, contact Dr. Angela McPherson Williams, college director of student success, at 210-486-2090, AWILLIAMS284@ALAMO.EDU.

For all information on Good Samaritan Veterans Outreach and Transition Center operations, contact center director William Moseley at 210-486-2506, WMOSELEY1@ALAMO.EDU, SPC-GSVOTC@ALAMO.COM.

About the Good Samaritan Veterans Outreach and Transition Center: In December of 2011, the San Antonio City Council approved a partnership with the Alamo Community College District and St. Philip's College to repurpose the property into a veterans outreach center. The center team currently located within the college's Norris Technical Building at 1801 Martin Luther King Drive (HTTP://ALAMO.EDU/SPC/VOTC/) has provided personalized services to eligible veterans and their families in the interim years, with the expected 2017 transition to the stand-alone facility grand opening forecast for Aug. 9. At the 202 Connelly St. property, these consumers should expect to find a supportive environment for a bevy of referral services, job training, financial counseling, health and wellness, legal services, business start-up, and consultation on their educational options. All of these services will be provided at no cost to the client.

About the Turbon Student Center at St. Philip's College: The hub of student government, leadership and entertainment will return to the college’s 64-year-old Turbon Student Center after its renovation and opening is complete on Aug. 9, a facility where the best practices in student leadership and social life will be elevated from previous seasons at the college. Triple the size of the original building, the 28,000 square foot two-story complex is expected to enhance student success as a hub for corporate student leadership, governance and activities, all led by the college's Student Life department team. Additions to the original building include a contract U.S. Post Office for public use, along with a College Bookstore, Café and Bowling Alley. The college's Student Government team will serve students and the community from second floor offices located directly in the heart of campus property.

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