South Texas College has been named as one of 15 national recipients of a new grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and MDC, Inc. Together the groups are giving $16.5 million to community colleges across the nation, $743,000 of which will come directly to South Texas College.
More than 100 children signed up for South Texas College's annual Kids in College Summer Exploration Program. The third, fourth and fifth graders enhanced their reading, writing, math, science and computer skills in a fun college environment.
The people, traditions and culture of the Rio Grande Valley make up a tapestry of stories and tales woven together to create one unique history. Author Minerva Morales de Garcia knows a great deal about this rich history, and her latest book, "A la Orillita del Rio" chronicles the cultural roots of the region and the symbiotic relationship between Mexico and the U.S.
Join South Texas Lyric Opera, which is sponsored in part by South Texas College, for a free concert on Friday, June 26 of part one of Felix Mendelssohn's masterpiece, "Elijah."
Who: Men and women age 17 and up. We need actors, dancers and techs.
Thirty Hidalgo County high school students have engineered a very bright future for themselves by earning associate degrees in engineering from South Texas College just weeks before receiving their high school diplomas.