San Jacinto College students place in Kume International Karate Championship
Students recently competed in the Kume International Karate Championship at the College, capturing nine medals and competing among hundreds of others from across Texas, Colorado, El Salvador, Cuba and Venezuela.
12 students inducted into LEX national paralegal honor society
"You students being inducted into the LEX paralegal honor society are among the best of the best."
Stimpson recruited for TALL Texans Leadership Institute
South Campus Reference Librarian, Jane Stimpson, will participate in the prestigious Texas Library Association's 2015 Texas Accelerated Library Leaders Institute.
Jackson named coach of the year
Second-year head coach savors outstanding turnaround season
Coca-Cola scholarship advances student on medical career path
Gabriel Martinez is named a Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society Coca-Cola Leader of Promise Scholar
3 women’s basketball players honored for achievements
Howard, LeJune, Wilson lead team to outstanding turnaround season
Project involving San Jacinto College, Menil, and noted composer incorporates visual arts, music
Collaboration brings local students into contact with a significant aspect of Houston’s culture
Chancellor added to Greater Houston Partnership Board
Business organization to focus on people in upcoming year
Reinventing the numbers game: Foxley nominated for national AACC award
The American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) has named San Jacinto College math professor, Kristen Foxley, as a finalist for its 2015 Awards of Excellence Faculty Innovation Award.
Lee Davis Library wins ULI Development of Distinction Award
The Lee Davis Library at the San Jacinto College Central Campus captured the Urban Land Institute (ULI) Houston Development of Distinction Award for 2015.
Faculty and administrators recognized for excellence in higher education
Awards include Outstanding Academic and Technical Faculty, Excellence Awards, and Minnie Stevens Piper nominations
Honors students’ research brings the unexpected
Five San Jacinto College students to present at national research conference
Graduates walk across commencement stage with stories of job offers and university transfers
Donald Baumhardt walked across a stage at Minute Maid Park on Dec. 14, 2014, as a new San Jacinto College graduate. He is an example of student success.
Kasch tabbed to lead emergency management efforts
First-ever director of emergency management named at San Jacinto College
San Jacinto College HVAC team selected as finalist in national contest
Community members can help the San Jacinto College team win the contest by voting online
Magazine ranks San Jacinto College among nation’s top minority degree producers
"We really value the diversity of our student population."
Students awarded Lubrizol scholarships for training in high-demand fields
The Lubrizol Foundation awarded 32 scholarships to San Jacinto College students this semester, totaling $277,600 in scholarship funds to the College over a 30-year span.
San Jac Certified: computer engineering student likes innovation and helping others
For the majority of people, I believe that completing college is the right path.
San Jacinto College graduate excels at national Hispanic College Quiz Show
"I don’t want my heritage to be forgotten.”
State gives San Jacinto College a ‘clean’ audit
“This is significant, and good news because the Coordinating Board bases state funding for the College for the next biennium on the results of the audit.”