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Enroll until midnight Aug. 6 at Palo Alto
Prospective students interested in attending Palo Alto College and who want to meet with an advisor in person will be able to complete necessary steps for enrollment and registration until midnight at the second Countdown to College on Tuesday, Aug. 6, from 8 a.m. to midnight in the Student Center Annex on the campus, located at 1400 W. Villaret Blvd. in San Antonio.
At Countdown to College, Palo Alto will have staff members ready to accept applications, give placement tests, advise about degree plans, provide financial aid information, and accept payment for the spring semester.
Classes for the 16-week semester begin on Monday, Aug. 26. To register, students must have completed the application at www.applytexas.org by Monday, Aug. 5. If they complete an application at the event, students will be able to register for the Start Two 14-week session that begins on Monday, Sept. 9.
For more information, visit alamo.edu/pac.
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