Aeronautics Campus

Hallmark College of Aeronautics is located parallel to Runway 3 at the southeast corner of the San Antonio International Airport and occupies over 60,000 sq. ft. of classroom and hangar space. Education facilities include laboratories, aircraft hangars, academic classrooms, computer lab, and a library. Administrative facilities include offices and work areas utilized for direct student administrative support activities.

Hallmark College of Aeronautics is a FAA (FAR Part 147) certified Aviation Maintenance Technician School. There are aircraft ramp spaces available for aircraft parking and operation, including a Boeing 727 used exclusively for training purposes. The airport runways are immediately accessible by interconnecting taxiways.

The Aircraft Structural Repair Lab contains workstations for operation training in repair and/or fabrication of sheet metal and composite projects.

The Turbine Engine Lab contains turbine engines for disassembly, overhaul, and dimensioning with portable operational turbine engines for run-up.

The Reciprocating Engine Lab is equipped with engine test cells, which are available for engine repair, test, and operational training.

Technology Campus

Hallmark College of Technology is a 40,000 sq. ft. two-story facility with student and faculty parking available on the immediate campus grounds. The school is handicapped accessible. Educational facilities include laboratories, academic classrooms with modern technology and a library. Training equipment is located in each laboratory of the Information  Systems, Medical, and Business programs. Administrative facilities include offices and work areas utilized for direct student administrative support.

Students enrolled will have individualized access to computers in the Hallmark College Mega Lab which has 117 computers. This computer access enables the student to complete college distance education assignments using modern technology in hardware, software and high-speed Internet access. The distance education at Hallmark College of Technology is delivered in a hybrid format which consists of class delivery of courses on-campus and online. Students enrolled are encouraged, but not required due to availability of the Mega Lab, to have access to an off campus computer with internet availability. Courses in all programs are designed to maximize use of technologies currently operated in business including healthcare and information technology.


The library at both campuses has access to EBSCO Academic Search Premier which is designed to provide web-based products including full-text databases and links to journals. Our current use of EBSCO Premier includes two major databases: Business Source Premier and Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature (CINAHL). This virtual library provides our students access to several thousand journals and over one million records dating back to 1981.

The library on each campus houses numerous volumes of historical, fictional, biographical, technical, and reference works for student use in research and career development. At the Technology Campus, the students are provided with a “Mega Lab” that provides the foundation of access to a virtual library to enable students and faculty to search for library materials and conduct research through EBSCO library holdings and other designated research links. At the Aviation Campus, the students have a computer laboratory as well as the library that includes multiple computer workstations making internet and online database research available to the aviation students.