Alamo Colleges partners with Antioch University for online program

Originally published on KSAT 12 News

SAN ANTONIO – Alamo Colleges signed an agreement Monday with Antioch University of Ohio to allow its students to easily continue their studies in Antioch’s online bachelor’s degree program.

Participating Alamo Colleges campuses include Northeast Lake View, Northwest Vista, Palo Alto and St. Philip’s.

The agreement allows for Alamo students to transfer credits without penalty or having to double school work.

Students in the Antioch program can also earn a master’s degree or higher.


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