“You are always learning. You never stop, you can’t help but learn.” Even though NVC student William Nelson has already received one associate degree, he’s on a mission to get a second before getting his bachelor’s degree. In May 2013, William received an Associate of Applied Science in Digital Media. By the end of the… Read More

“After completing my degrees, I became confident that I could be successful.” Shawn Harward graduated from Northwest Vista College in 2003, with associate’s degrees in Multimedia Specialist and New Media Communication. He later transferred to UTSA where he completed a bachelor’s degree in Communication. Since 2004, Shawn has worked at Northwest Vista College as a… Read More

“Work hard, stay focused and get involved…” Andrea Parker graduated from Northwest Vista College in 2010 with dual associate’s degrees in Biology and Teaching. While working towards her degrees at NVC, Andrea volunteered as a student ambassador and served as president of the National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS) on campus. “Being involved at… Read More

“Enjoy your time at NVC and never give up on your education.” Although Erik Leos received an Associate of Arts in Music Technology from Northwest Vista College in 2008, he hasn’t stopped. He’s currently attending Wayland Baptist University and plans to graduate this year. While working at Northwest Vista College, he’s also doing an internship… Read More

“My associate’s degree gave me the feeling that I could do anything I set my mind to.” Amanda Middleton graduated from Northwest Vista College in 2009, with an associate degree in Education. She completed her bachelor’s degree from Schreiner University and is now a kindergarten teacher for the Northside Independent School District, a goal she’s… Read More

Obtaining a college education can seem like a long and expensive journey to many high school students. The path, however, can be expedited for those who enroll in the Dual Credit program at Northwest Vista College. Such was the case for Andrew Rico, who completed 19 college-level credit hours at his high school. “The dual… Read More