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Graduating Seniors at CAST Schools Now Eligible To Enroll for AlamoPromise

Alamo Colleges District recently announced the expansion of AlamoPromise that will now serve 11 school district partners and 47 high schools, including graduating seniors from 3 CAST Schools:

 

AlamoPROMISE offers a “last-dollar” Scholarship

 

AlamoPROMISE offers a “last-dollar” scholarship for up to three years or the completion of an associate’s degree or academic certificate, whichever comes first at one of the five Alamo CollegesNortheast Lakeview CollegeNorthwest Vista CollegePalo Alto CollegeSan Antonio College, and St. Philip’s College. The scholarship funds the cost of tuition and required fees after financial aid awards are applied.

Save your seat by February 28th

AlamoPromise Save Your Seat

To be eligible, students must be graduating seniors from one of the 47 participating AlamoPROMISE high schools and complete all Alamo College District admissions, enrollment, financial aid requirements, and any other program requirements that are communicated. Eligible graduating high school seniors can sign up to be an AlamoPROMISE Scholar by filling out the “Save Your Seat” pledge form at www.alamo.edu/promise.

 The priority guarantee date for AlamoPROMISE consideration is February 28, 2022. Pledge forms received after February 28, 2022, through May 1, 2022, will be reviewed on a space-available basis. 

To learn more, visit www.alamo.edu/promise

 

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