New multi-disciplinary humanities course to explore the human need to be creative
“We want students to see how the humanities are inter-connected”
San Jac Certified: construction management graduate sees education as an ‘accelerator’
Education is a steppingstone to greater success and fulfillment
Wigs for Kids and San Jacinto College partner for annual hair donation event
San Jacinto College and Dr. Kirk Lewis Career and Technical High School cosmetology students are offering free haircuts on April 21 to participants who wish to donate their hair to Wigs for Kids.
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."
Rovers, robots, and moon rocks: Community invited to NASA Space Science Day at San Jacinto College
Get a hands-on adventure into the world of space exploration at the second annual NASA Space Science Day on April 24.
Students welcome spring with a fling
Students mix and mingle
April concerts to feature a wide variety of entertainment
All concerts are free and open to the public
Students get boats-eye view of Greens Bayou
Students helped to build a park that provides access to the waterway
Preview Day to showcase San Jacinto College programs, facilities
All events are free and open to the public
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
Brass Symposium to feature master musicians from around the world
San Jacinto College to host comprehensive music event in April
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
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.
Psychology expo to showcase student projects
Student projects are based on current research
San Jac Certified: 1-year certificate leads to dream job
I chose San Jacinto College because I had heard their training was top notch and very hands-on
Noted author Parsons to visit San Jacinto College
The event is free and open to the public
Honors students’ research brings the unexpected
Five San Jacinto College students to present at national research conference
The verdict is in: San Jacinto College paralegal graduates are highly desirable employees
"We like them because they are ready to hit the ground running.”
San Jacinto College to present ‘A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum’
Set in ancient Rome, the plot twists and turns with cases of mistaken identity, slamming doors, and a showgirl or two
Heather Knight’s comedic robots to perform at San Jacinto College
A robot comedian, robot film festival, and Cyborg Cabaret are all part of Marilyn Monrobot Labs, founded by Carnegie Mellon doctoral candidate and social roboticist, Heather Knight. She will bring her robotic comedy show to the San Jacinto College South Campus on Tuesday, March 3.