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    Northeast Lakeview College
  Mar 04, 2021
Northeast Lakeview College Schedule/Catalog 2010-2011 
Northeast Lakeview College Schedule/Catalog 2010-2011 [Archived Catalog]

College Overview


Our History




Northeast Lakeview College was officially established in January 2007 by the District Board of Trustees as the newest institution of the Alamo Colleges. However, the campus traces its beginnings back to 1996 as the Northeast Learning Center on Toepperwein, an extension of St. Philip’s College.

In the 1990’s, NLC community leaders acknowledged the need for college services in the area, and in June 2000, ACCD purchased a site of land at 7990 Pat Booker Road hoping to fill that void. Renovations began on the property and in Spring 2001, the first classes at Northeast Campus, an extension of St. Philip’s and San Antonio College, were held. The Northeast Campus continued to grow and hold classes at this location until Fall 2006.

Due to the increasing demand for educational offerings, ACCD purchased and renovated a former grocery store at 8300 Pat Booker Road and opened for classes in Fall 2006. The 75,000 square foot facility continues to serve students today as the Alamo University Center, housing both public and private colleges and universities that will offer selective bachelors’ and graduate degrees.

The permanent site for Northeast Lakeview College sits on 245 acres at the corner of Loop 1604 and Kitty Hawk Rd. In Fall 2008, the first phase of the new Northeast Lakeview College campus began operations and, in Fall 2009, the new campus became fully-operational, housing nine buildings that provide over 380,000 square feet of academic space. Additionally, in a unique partnership between ACCD and Judson ISD, an Early College High School, the Judson Early College Academy (JECA), opened for the Fall Semester on the NLC campus.

With its unique history and diverse background, Northeast Lakeview College has averaged an annual growth rate of 25% for the past three years and now serves more than 5,200 students from the ten Metrocom communities and northeast San Antonio, encompassing Bexar, Comal, and Guadalupe Counties.



Mission, Vision, Value Statements



Northeast Lakeview College partners with its communities to offer educational and workforce opportunities for students, develop civic responsibility in its citizens, and provide exemplary enrichment opportunities for all residents.


The first choice for higher education in the communities we serve.


S ervice to community
E xcellence in learning, teaching, and leadership
R espect for all
V ision as a requirement for all planning
I ntegrity and accountability as core of all values
C reativity and innovation in thought and action
E vidence as the foundation for decision-making