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Fall 2016


Based on a publication (.pdf) by the Office of Institutional Effectiveness.

 

Southwest Texas Junior College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, GA 30033-4097: Telephone 404.679.4501) to award associate degrees & certificates.

 

Technical Programs
Administrative Information Technology
Air-Conditioning & Refrigeration Technology
Automotive Body Repair Technology
Automotive Technology
Aviation Maintenance
Child Development
Computer Information Systems
Cosmetology
Criminal Justice
Diesel Technology
Management
Radiologic Technology
Registered Nursing
Vocational Nursing
Welding
Wildlife Management

Academic
Associate of Arts - General Studies
Associate of Arts - Teaching
Associate of Science - Engineering Science
Field of Study
Business
Criminal Justice
Engineering









Degrees and Certificates Awarded, 2015-2016 add
Award Type Number Percent
Academic (AA, AS): 512 44%
Technical (AAS): 103 9%
Certificate (Cert1, Cert2, ESC): 327

28%

Core Curriculum Completion: 221 19%
Total: 1163 100%
Our Students, Fall 2016 add
Description Number Percent
Total Headcount 6,531  
Full-time Equivalent 4,111  
Full-time/Part-time Status
  1-6 hours 3,046 47%
  7-11 hours 1,445 22%
  12 or more hours 1,948 30%
Average semester hours per student 8
Dual Credit Students 2,296 35%
Average age 21  
Gender
   Female 3,751 57%
   Male 2,780 43%
Ethnicity
   Hispanic 5,508 84%
   White, Non-Hispanic 789 12%
   Black, Non-Hispanic 88 1%
   Other 146 2%
   Multi-Racial 24 0.43%
Tuition Status
   In-District 1,480 23%
   Out-of-District 4,888 75%
   Non-Resident 88 1%
   Tuition Exemption/Waivers 82 1%
Basis of Admission
   First-Time-in-College 1,148 18%
   Continuing Student 5,066 78%
   Transfer Student 317 5%
Developmental Education (D.E.)
   Enrolled in D.E. 784 12%
   Not Enrolled in D.E. 5,747 88%
Workforce Education, Fall 2016
  Total Duplicated Enrollment 299  
  Includes workforce continuing education, customized training, adult basic education, and leisure and fitness courses.
Tuition and Required Fees add
(12 semester credit hours)
  In-district Out-of-district Non-resident
On-Campus $1,095 $1,827 $2,271
NOTE: Additional fees may apply, depending on degree program and specific courses taken
Operating Budget, FY 17 add
Description Amount
Revenue  
   Tuition and fees $15,731,057
   Local taxes $4,869,227
   State allocations $8,674,160
   Grants and contracts $12,664,580
   Auxiliary/other miscellaneous $3,233,964
Total: $43,173,231
Expenditures
   Instruction $10,410,543
   Academic support $2,557,583
   Student services $1,764,664
   Institutional support $9,034,353
   Operations/maintenance $3,484,047
   Grants and contracts $14,179,713
   Auxiliary enterprises $1,401,254
Total: $42,832,158
Faculty and Staff add
Type Full-time Part-time Total
Faculty 110 106 216
Staff 176 72 248
Totals 286 178 464
Class Sections by Mode of Instruction add
Type % of courses % of enrollment
Traditional 65% 77%
Interactive video 25% 14%
Internet and VCT* 10% 9%
Special/Linked 2% 0.2%
Total Class Sections:    1,176
Total Enrollments:    16,739
*Virtual College of Texas
SWTJC Campuses add
Uvalde 2401 Garner Field Road Uvalde, Texas 78801 (830) 278-4401
Medina Valley 153 County Road 483 LaCoste, Texas 78039 (830) 591-7390
Crystal City 215 W. Zavala Crystal City, Texas 78839 (830) 374-3378
Del Rio 207 Wildcat Drive Del Rio, Texas 78840 (830) 703-1550
Eagle Pass 3101 Bob Rogers Drive Eagle Pass, Texas 78852 (830) 758-4100
Hondo 402 Carter Street Hondo, Texas 78861 (830) 426-2018
Pearsall 523 E. Florida Pearsall, Texas 78061 (830) 334-5005
Financial Aid, Fall 2016 add
Type of aid Amount Students Receiving Aid Percent of Eligible Student Body
Grants, scholarships, and other gift aid $8,137,262 3,367 80%
College Work-study $82,050 87 2%
Loans $1,196,144 409 10%
Totals* $9,415,456 3,465 92%

*Students and percentages unduplicated
Note: Dual credit students (1,660) excluded from this total as they are not eligible for financial aid.  Not all eligible students apply for financial aid; not all applicants qualify for aid.

 

Headcount by Campus, Fall 2016 add
Location Students Percent
Uvalde 1,195 18.3%
Eagle Pass 1,383 21.0%
Del Rio 992 15.2%
Prison (Dilley Briscoe Unit) 146 2.2%
Crystal City 202 3.0%
Internet/VCT 586 7.9%
Other locations 2,027 31.0%
Total 6,531
Board of Trustees add
Name Member since
Rodolfo R. Flores, (President) 1975
Dr. Harry O. Watkins, (Vice President) 1998
Dr. Antonio H. Rivera, (Secretary) 1998
Maria Elena Lara 2005
Victor Lopez 2006
Tony T. Moreno 2002
Anita Shackelford 2007
College Administration add
Name Position
Dr. Hector Gonzales President
Joe C. Barker Vice President, Administrative Services
Margot H. Mata Vice President, Student Services
Dr. Anne H. Tarski Vice President, Finance
Dr. Mark Underwood Vice President, Academic Affairs
Gilbert Bermea Vice President, Eagle Pass
Derek Sandoval Vice President, Del Rio