Student Resources

Welcome to MACC’s Student Resources page. As a future, current or former student, you may find the following forms and links helpful resources. If you have questions, please contact the Office of Degree Based Programs. You may reach us toll free at 866-893-6222 or at 210-732-2156, ext. 7102.

Forms and Other Resources

Academic Calendar Fall 2020 to Summer 2021

Academic Catalog

Application for Admission

Application for Graduation

Application for Scholarship and Tuition Assistance

Application for Translation/Evaluation of Foreign Credentials

Archived Academic Catalogs

Bacterial Meningitis Vaccination Compliance Form

Campus Safety

Course Schedule

Final Exam Schedule

Important Information about Bacterial Meningitis

Information about Translations and Evaluations

International Applicants and Student Resources

Media Consent

Notification of Privacy (FERPA)

Reference for Admission

Request for Placement Testing and/or Credit by Exam

Request to Share Education Record

Request to Update the Education Record

Saint Joseph Fund

Student Authorization and Acknowledgement

Student Handbook

Transcript Request

UIW Application for Borrowing Privileges

UIW Enrollment Verification Request

Writing Resources

The Elizondo Library

The Mexican American Catholic College has a unique on-campus library and archival collection named in honor of Rev. Virgilio Elizondo, MACC’s founding president and a pioneer in Hispanic Ministry and theology.

The library is located at the Our Lady of Guadalupe Student Center and houses a very focused collection of works, periodicals, audio-visual resources, and reference material in both Spanish and English. The Archives also contains original manuscripts, primary documents, records, and other valuable historical and contemporary material for scholarly study.

Borrowing privileges are extended only to persons with a valid MACC identification card and in good standing with the library. The library is also open to student researchers from other colleges and universities, and to the general public for occasional use of its resources.

Elizondo Library Catalog