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Hallmark University and Baptist Health Foundation

On August 31, 2017, the Baptist Health Foundation of San Antonio awarded Hallmark University a $5,000 healthcare education scholarship grant. The foundation, incorporated on September 16, 2004, serves to fund “not-for-profit healthcare services and...
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Kurt Klein attended high school in Mahomet, Illinois, where he graduated in 1992. After high school, Klein attended Texas Tech University from 1992-1994 and studied civil engineering. However, after three failed attempts at passing...
Volunteers at foodbank

In response to the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey and the needs of our local and surrounding communities, Hallmark University is offering its main campus as a donation drop off center for the San...
American Diabetes association Visit to Hallmark university college of aeronautics

Hallmark University hosted representatives from the American Diabetes Association to commemorate the universities donation of $5,000 towards the ADA’s 2017 Tour de Cure. The ADA’s website states, “The 2017 Central South Texas Tour de...
Hallmark University NEISD Aero Chi students at orientation 2017

San Antonio’s North East Independent School District (NEISD) has partnered with Hallmark University to provide high school students with an early college opportunity to pursue aerospace manufacturing and maintenance careers via Hallmark’s “Aerospace College...

San Antonio’s North East Independent School District (NEISD) has partnered with Hallmark University to provide high school students with an early opportunity to pursue a career in the aerospace manufacturing and maintenance industry via...
student at camp CAMP

On the week of July 23rd, nursing students and faculty members from Hallmark University’s Martha Fessler School of Nursing provided healthcare assistance to children with autism at the Children’s Association for Maximum Potential (CAMP)...
RN to BSN initiative

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (Formerly known as the Institute of Medicine) have called for the number of nurses with a bachelor's degree or higher to be increased from 50% to...