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Howard College Alert System

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Responding to the safety concerns of the world around us and striving to provide the most safe and secure environment for our students, faculty and staff, Howard College has implemented a notification system called HC Alert.

HC Alert is a safety management tool implemented by Howard College to promote the timely notification of critical safety and/or crisis information to HC students, faculty and staff.  When utilized, recipients will receive alert text messages on their registered cell phones.  These messages will provide information to subscribers regarding any safety and/or crisis issues relating to Howard College.

The HC Alert system only works with voice cell phones.  Our SWCID students, faculty and staff that do not use voice cell phones will need to manually sign up for email notification through Jennifer Key in the Provost’s office on the SWICD campus.

Once you are registered, your name and cell phone number will remain in the system unless you request removal.  In order to remove your name and cell phone number from the message alert system, you will need to contact Howard College Computer Services at 432-264-5055.

All Howard College students, faculty and staff with active voice cell phones are invited to sign up for HC Alert through the Campus Connect system using the icon shown below.

HC Alert System Sign Up

Student Sign up          Faculty / Staff Sign up

New to HC Alert?

Please follow the instructions below depending on who you are setting up.

For a Faculty/Staff user entering
their own information

HC Alert Instructions
  1. Enter Faculty/Staff Campus Connect
  2. Choose 'Enter Cell Info' from drop down menu
  3. Enter cell number, including area code
  4. Select cell phone provider from drop down box
  5. Select whether or not they want to receive monthly test messages
  6. Click box that says "Send Test Message & Store Alert Information."  After a few seconds or so they should get a message with a verification number.
  7. Enter the verification code
  8. Click box that says "Store Cell Message Alert Information"
 

For a Faculty/Staff user entering
a student's information

HC alert instruction
  1. Enter Faculty/Staff Campus Connect
  2. Choose 'Admin Cell Info' from drop down menu
  3. Enter Student ID number
  4. Enter cell number, including area code.
  5. Select cell phone provider from drop down box
  6. Select whether or not they want to receive monthly test messages
  7. Click box that says "Send Test Message & Store Alert Information." After a few seconds or so the student should get a message with a verification number.
  8. Enter the verification code
  9. Click box that says "Store Cell Message Alert Information"
 
Now you are signed up for HC Alert!

HC Alert is a safety tool used to promote timely notification of critical information to students, faculty and staff. As HC Alert is activated, Howard College sends an alert message using this system to your cell phone carrier. Your cell phone carrier then provides the mechanism to get the message to you. Once the message leaves the Howard College network we no longer have any control over how long it takes the message to reach you. Delivery times can range from a minute or less to several hours. By clicking on the "Send Test Message and Store Alert Information" button you are acknowledging that you understand this disclaimer and choose to proceed with enrollment in the HC Alert system, and you waive and release any right and claims against Howard College, it's sponsors, organizers, supervisors, and employees for damages and/or injuries which may be sustained while participating in the program.

Master Plan

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The purpose of the Facilities Master Plan is to provide a process for making informed decisions, enable Howard College to manage the future in an orderly fashion, and guide the physical evolution of the Howard College campuses. The capacity to manage vital information provides the ability to maximize choices. The master planning process engages, involves and energizes participants, builds consensus and provides a roadmap to the future growth of the college.

This plan is intended to ensure that Howard College will continue to develop functional and aesthetically pleasing campuses. The quality of the campus environment will continue to grow as an asset for attracting the best faculty, students, and staff; and thereby, complement the academic quality of Howard College. This plan is a working document designed to provide the framework for current and future development of the built environment for the college. It is the intent that this facility master plan will provide Howard College a roadmap for capital improvement projects over the next 20 years.

Howard College Facility Master Plan PDF Link

News & Publications

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Howard College Annual Report

Howard College also produces an Annual Report each Fall recapping the previous academic year.  The publication gives highlights of the previous year, general status of each campus, revenue and expense information, and other general Howard College information.  Note: Some PDF files are large and may take a few moments to download.

News Releases

Howard College publications are provided for viewing below.  All news releases and publications are provided in Adobe AcrobatTM PDF format, and all publications will open in a new window.  Click the appropriate link below to view the available publications. 


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Financial Resources

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Operating Budget

Investment Reports

2017

2017 Reports

Quarterly Investment Reports Annual Investment Report

2016

2016 Reports

Quarterly Investment Reports Annual Investment Report

2015

2015 Reports

Quarterly Investment Reports Annual Investment Report

2014

2014 Reports

Quarterly Investment Reports Annual Investment Report

2013

2013 Reports

Quarterly Investment Reports Annual Investment Report

2012

2012 Reports

Quarterly Investment Reports Annual Investment Report

Howard College Investment Policy

Current investment policy: Investment Policy PDF Link

The Investment Policy was approved or revised by the Board of Trustees on the following dates:
  • Reaffirmed - August 28, 2017
  • Reaffirmed - August 29, 2016
  • Revised - March 2, 2015
  • Revised - August 25, 2014
  • Revised - March 24, 2014
  • Revised - September 23, 2013
  • Revised - June 24, 2013
  • Reaffirmed - August 27, 2012

Other Financial Information

Vision & Mission

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Vision

To be a leader in education…for learning, for earning, for life!

Mission

As one unified district, Howard College builds communities through quality, innovative education for lifelong learning.

Howard College primarily serves the communities of its taxing district of Howard County and the twelve other counties in its service area (Coke, Kimble, Martin, Concho, Menard, Dawson, Schleicher, Glasscock, Sterling, Irion, Sutton, Tom Green) as well as the deaf and hard-of-hearing community in its state-legislated responsibility for the SouthWest Collegiate Institute for the Deaf.  Students who choose to attend the college district from places outside of the taxing district and service area are integrated into the college community.  Howard College offers career technical/workforce and academic courses for certificates and associate degrees, continuing education, remedial and compensatory education consistent with open-admission policies.  Appropriate student services are also provided.  Howard College strives to enhance economic, community, cultural, and personal development across the service area through appropriate partnerships and services in meeting its public service mission.  As a community college, research is not included in the mission of Howard College.  However, exploration of innovative teaching and student development practices to enhance learning is supported and expected.

Values

An institution working together to:
  • Focus on those we serve;
  • Provide quality innovative instruction and services leading to successful outcomes;
  • Utilize effective and efficient processes, policies and procedures;
  • Build a culture of personal and institutional integrity and accountability;
  • Foster an environment of high academic standards, exceptional performance and service by all;
  • Value the individual employee.

Motto

Howard College ... for Learning, for Earning, for Life!

HC San Angelo Announcements

Background Check: For those programs that require a background check, click here to access the Howard College approved vendor.
Event Photos: To see pictures from campus events, go to our facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/HCSanAngelo.

Student IDs: IDs will be made Mon/Wed 1pm-3pm and Tue/Thu 8am-10am in the Student Connection Center Room C102. Evening students, online students, or health profession students by appointment; contact Kaitlyn Brosh at kbrosh@howardcollege.edu or 325-481-8300 ext. 3226.

Health Professions Orientations: If you are planning to apply to one of the Health Professions programs, attending an orientation is a mandatory requirement. Even if you have attended an orientation in a previous year you must still attend one for the current school year. No exceptions. Click here for the schedule.

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San Angelo Campus

3501 N. US Highway 67
San Angelo, TX 76905

Phone: (325) 481-8300

 

 

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