COVID-19 Self-Notification and Mitigation Plans
As AWC prepares to welcome students, faculty and staff to the fall semester, we have collaborated with local leadership to develop these plans to keep our populations safe and reduce risk of exposure to COVID-19.
Student life as a Matador will be an unforgettable part of your college experience, so be sure to get the most of it.
Quality of Life
Living on Campus
Visit Residential Life.
Living and dining on campus is convenient, economical and safe. Easy access to classes, the library, campus events, athletic events, the fitness center and pool are all great reasons to live at AWC – just ask the 300+ students who choose this option every semester.
Check out our student activities!
Students at AWC have many ways to get involved outside of the classroom to enhance their college experience. We have over 50 clubs and organizations as well as Intramural sports, theater productions and many other fine arts opportunities.
Food and Drink
See what's on the menu at Dining Services.
Tasty, health food (and lots of coffee) is available all over campus. Whether you’re prepping for exams or hanging out with friends, you’ll have options nearby for pizza, burgers, salads, baked goods, and more.
Clubs & Organizations
Join a club!
A great way to enhance and energize your college experience is by joining a club. Meet like-minded people, engage with faculty, and make a difference in your community.
Interested in joining SGA?
Whether you run for an office in student government, or step into a leadership role in a club, college is a great place to build your skills and your network.
Visit AWC's International Program.
AWC sits in a vibrant border region and attracts faculty, students, and presenters from all over the world. This is a great place to broaden your horizons, make new friends and learn about the world.
Visit AWC Matadors.
Our seven competitive athletic teams means there’s always a home game to attend, a chance to show your school spirit, and a fellow student to cheer on.