University reps to share transfer tips at San Jacinto College fairs
San Jacinto College will host three transfer fairs in February for anyone interested in learning more about transfer processes for a variety of universities.
Renovated San Jacinto College library nominated for Urban Land Institute award
The Lee Davis Library at the San Jacinto College Central Campus is up for a People's Choice Award in the Heritage Category through the Urban Land Institute (ULI).
College sets auditions for ‘A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum’
Prior theater experience is not necessary, and enrollment at the College is not required
Eye care students and professionals partner to help children See to Succeed
For elementary school student Angelique Martinez, walking onto a college campus for the first time was an enjoyable experience.
San Jacinto College breaks ground along Port of Houston for Maritime Technology and Training Center
At the site of 3700 Old Highway 146 in La Porte, Dave Allen stands, taking in the view of concrete piers that will support the 45,000-square-foot San Jacinto College Maritime Technology and Training Center.
College earns grants that encourage students to pursue secondary education
“I could go on and on about how UBMS mentors showed me opportunities I didn’t know I had."
Spring registration under way at San Jacinto College
The Spring 2015 semester technically begins Monday, Jan. 19, 2015, but no classes will be held that day due to the Martin Luther King holiday. Students should report to class on Tuesday, Jan. 20.
Student receives surprise donation from Rotary Club of Space Center
Money will help Melissa Rojas complete associate degree
Kasch tabbed to lead emergency management efforts
First-ever director of emergency management named at San Jacinto College
San Jacinto College students, employees brighten holidays for Air Force troop
"I hope it cheers them up and lets them know they are not forgotten, that we are cheering for them.”
Magazine ranks San Jacinto College among nation’s top minority degree producers
"We really value the diversity of our student population."
Christmas holiday music a highlight of December concerts
San Jacinto College offers music degrees and courses, as well as private music lessons at all three campuses
Ring in the holidays with ‘Santa’s Christmas Magic’
Highlights of the show include toys that come alive and dance and sing, and singing children elves
Congressman Hinojosa, San Jacinto College discuss workforce training programs and industry partnerships
Congressman Rubén Hinojosa (TX-15) recently visited the San Jacinto College Central Campus for a first-hand look at some of the College’s workforce training programs, and to discuss the success of local industry partnerships incorporated into the College’s training curriculums.
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.”
November concerts to feature a wide range of musical styles
Baroque, jazz, steel band, and brass band music will be featured
Connecting service to learning enhances education
Students research local needs, agree on a project, develop a plan and go
College sets open auditions for ‘Santa’s Christmas Magic’
The cast includes 120 male and female actors, singers and dancers from ages 4 to adult
North Campus fall fest open to the public
There will be food, fun, and educational activities for people of all ages