July 15, 2024

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Welcome to SAC Sundial

San Antonio College has a 95-year tradition of award-winning student publications. But when the former student newspaper, The Ranger, ceased operations in 2021, the college found it necessary to start anew.

Now, journalism is back at San Antonio College. But it’s not your grandfather’s journalism. SAC students are becoming Multi-Media Journalists, with training in writing, interviewing, photography, videography, audio recording, editing, and effective use of social media. The program prepares our students to go to work in a short time and/or to enter a four-year university to complete advanced degrees.

Join Us!

We need more students to join our ranks and help create the content for our student publications. SAC has a lot to offer. Tuition is always low, and for many students it is free. The additional benefit of studying close to home, can take the pressure off for students who would otherwise have to work more or take out student loans.

Students find that SAC is a friendly place to get started, with free tutoring, a writing center, outstanding library resources, a food pantry and many other free services to help them be successful. Our classes are small and personal, and taught by top professionals in the industry, such as a former TV and radio news director, an Express-News photographer, a KSAT-12 news videographer and a former military public affairs officer.

The program coordinator, Jim Dalglish, is a former newspaper reporter, editor and publisher; and also a communications professor at the University of Texas at San Antonio. He has pulled together an outstanding team to support our students.

Get Started at SAC

We need more students to join our ranks and help create the content for our student publications. SAC has a lot to offer. Tuition is always low, and for many students it is free. The additional benefit of studying close to home, can take the pressure off for students who would otherwise have to work more or take out student loans.

Students find that SAC is a friendly place to get started, with free tutoring, a writing center, outstanding library resources, a food pantry and many other free services to help them be successful. Our classes are small and personal, and taught by top professionals in the industry, such as a former TV and radio news director, an Express-News photographer, a KSAT-12 news videographer and a former military public affairs officer.

The program coordinator, Jim Dalglish, is a former newspaper reporter, editor and publisher; and also a communications professor at the University of Texas at San Antonio. He has pulled together an outstanding team to support our students.

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