Student success

Our dedicated academic advisors are available for students who need assistance with:

  • Childcare
  • Transportation
  • Housing/Emergency Housing
  • Counseling
  • Temporary Badges
  • Parking Permits
  • Attendance

For more details on these services students can visit the Student Success Blackboard page or contact Student Success.

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Important Topics

Absences will be monitored. It is the student’s responsibility to contact their instructor, Student Success Coordinator or an Academic Administrator when the student is absent, tardy, or anticipating an absence. A conference with the Campus President may be required due to continued absences. It may be necessary for a student to repeat a course due to absences.


It is the sole responsibility of each student to register and display their parking permits and to park only in the designated student parking areas.

Student ID’s

ID’s must be visible at all times while you are anywhere on the Hallmark University property. Please remember badges and lanyards need to be visible above the waist area.

For assistance in any of these areas, please contact one of the Student Success Advisors below:
Aeronautics Campus
Bianca Rodriguez
Career Services

Career services is responsible for student professional development through various workshops and seminars to ensure our students have strong resume writing skills, networking and interviewing skills and understand the transition from being a student to a professional.

Mandatory workshops include:

  • Resume writing
  • Networking and interview skills workshop
  • Classroom to Career Transition Workshop

These workshops are scheduled throughout the enrollment but are available during specific times within specific programs. All students, regardless of career path, must attend these workshops and complete a detailed EXIT interview prior to qualifying for graduation.

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Daily, our Career Services team diligently works with industry leaders to assist the student in securing employment after they graduate with a department goal of 90% placement within 90 days after graduation.

Students get job assistance, resume assistance and other help to prepare them for their career from the moment they step on campus until after they graduate.

For career service assistance, please contact our Career Services Advisor:
Student Ambassadors

Student Ambassadors represent the school as volunteers at various functions and events, demonstrating a willingness to serve their community by being true ambassadors of Hallmark.

Events that they have participated in include:

  • Hallmark’s Annual It’s Time for Change Luncheon
  • Dee Howard Foundation’s Fundraiser at the San Antonio Aviation and Aerospace Hall of Fame
  • Hallmark University Graduations
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President's Council

President’s Council is a select group of students that have been selected and approved by faculty to represent their classmates to present questions and address concerns directly to the President of the university in meetings held every term. The feedback of the President’s Council helps to improve Hallmark based on what each cohort needs in order to succeed at Hallmark University.

Student Veterans Organization

The Student Veterans Organization is a support organization for those that have served in our nation’s military. Within this organization, they can find friendships and camaraderie, support, resources, and advocacy if needed in order to make sure that they succeed during their time as a Hallmark student.

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If you are interested in joining any of these student organizations, or would like more info about them, please contact:

Student Support
Bianca Rodriguez