San Jacinto College SBDC advisor earns State Star award
Shirreffs is consistently one of the most productive advisors in the SBDC network
Shortage of middle skills workers a growing concern
The lack of workers could slow projects and even lead to their cancellation
San Jacinto College graduate to appear on national Hispanic College Quiz Show
"She knows first-hand about obstacles faced by Latinos, and she has wisdom and maturity beyond her years"
It’s not too late to enroll for Fall classes at San Jacinto College
2nd 8-week classes begins Monday, Oct. 20
San Jac Certified: nursing student believes a job should be more than a paycheck
I look at college as a short-term sacrifice for a long-term goal
San Jacinto College expands welding training to meet high demand
Student enrollment in the welding programs at the North and Central campuses is the highest in the history of the College
San Jacinto College helping to meet high demand for middle-skilled allied health workers
“It’s great that just a one-year credential can make such a big difference.”
Points of Contact initiative helps students make a smooth transition to college
“I was sort of shocked to learn that getting started in college was going to be mostly up to me, and it was a lot more complex than I had imagined."
San Jacinto College offers a taste of college to young students
Programs and activities are designed to introduce young students to college and to help them better prepare for the future, particularly in regards to STEM-related career paths (science, technology, engineering, and math).
Veteran students offered exclusive history course
San Jacinto College will offer a U.S. history course exclusively for veteran students this Fall.
Students bring home second place in national SkillsUSA competition
San Jacinto College engineering design graphic students brought home silver metals from the 50th annual SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills conference.
San Jacinto College to introduce Weekend College as pathway to associate degree
Try as we might, not everything fits into five very busy workdays. Recognizing this, San Jacinto College will introduce Weekend College this Fall.
Hispanic Scholarship Fund chapter keeping higher education dreams alive
In just its third year, the College's Hispanic Scholarship Fund chapter earned a national Silver Award for “Chapter of the Year,” making San Jacinto College the only community college – out of 30 chapters nationwide – to receive an award.
College to host annual Summer Literacy Institute
San Jacinto College to host annual Summer Literacy Institute
TWC awards grants for welder and pipefitter training and maritime program
The Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) has awarded two grants to San Jacinto College for training in the areas of maritime and craft trades.
Maritime experts explain of need for skilled workforce during SMART Institute conference
San Jacinto College maritime students and the region's maritime industry were on full display recently for the Southeast Maritime and Transportation (SMART) Institute, funded by the National Science Foundation.
Breaking down barriers: College continues to make STEM tangible
San Jacinto College continues to bring STEM to the next generation
Students head to SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference
Six San Jacinto College students will represent the state of Texas at the 50th annual SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference.
Offering multiple solutions to solve the math problem in community college
Sixty-seven percent of the nation's community college students fall into developmental math placement.
Partnership with WGU Texas to offer students and staff guaranteed pathways into nursing
Application fee waivers and discount to help students pursue bachelor's or master's degrees in nursing