St. Phillips College
St. Philip’s College is a public community college located in San Antonio, Texas, United States. St. Philip’s College, a part of the Alamo Community College District, currently serves more than 9,000 students in over 70 different academic and technical disciplines. It is the only college to be federally designated as both a historically black college and a Hispanic-serving institution. St. Philip’s College empowers its diverse student population through personal and educational growth, career readiness and community leadership. Established in 1898, St. Philip’s College quickly became “a point of pride in the community”. The tradition of outstanding instructors began with Artemisia Bowden, and continues today. The dedication and hard work exemplified by Artemisia Bowden lives on, in the faculty and staff and drives St. Philip’s College to go from “good to great.” St. Philip’s College faculty and staff make connections with students through engaging and stimulating instruction and services. St. Philip’s College faculty and staff strive to ensure each student leaves St. Philip’s College with the knowledge and guidance needed to succeed academically and beyond. For more information, visit www.alamo.edu/spc/.