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Welcome to the online home of the Higher Education Council of San Antonio.  We are pleased to offer you this overview of higher education in San Antonio, Texas.  We hope you’ll take some time to discover what San Antonio has to offer college students of all ages and backgrounds.  Whether you are about to graduate from high school and are enrolling in college for the first time, seeking a post-secondary degree, or want to improve your skills to increase your marketability in the workforce, there is a college or university in San Antonio with a program for you. 

Our organization exists to promote higher education to and for all citizens of San Antonio, and in turn, to promote San Antonio to those who may be considering relocating here for education, business or retirement. The students and graduates of San Antonio public and private colleges and universities enrich our city every day with the knowledge and expertise they gain while pursuing their education. The faculty and staff at our city's colleges and universities are among the best in the nation, with a number of state, national and international award-winning programs.

Count Me In Census 2020



Every 10 years the United States Census Bureau conducts a count of all the nations' residents. The next Census Day is April 1st, 2020. Getting counted is an important way to contibute to your community, today and for the next 10 years.

Census data impacts essential public services provided by states and local governments like healthcare, public safety, education and transportation. Also, the Census determines our representation in Congress and is used in redistricting at the state and local level. Your participation in the 2020 Census is safe and important to our community's future.

While Census day is not until April 1st, 2020, you can expect to see Census forms begin to arrive in the mail starting in mid-March. Ninety-five percent of households will receive their Census form in the mail, but you are welcome to respond in the way that works best for you; mail, on-line, or telephone.

More information will be posted here as we get closer to April 1st - but plan on being...

Counted In Census 2020