Stories and Features
Open auditions set for ‘Little Shop of Horrors’
The popular show is one of the longest running off-Broadway musicals ever
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).
Certifications guide displaced professionals into the right industry
For military veterans and laid-off professionals, one of the biggest challenges is how to transition into other industries.
San Jacinto College announces key administrative promotions
One provost, 4 deans, and 2 interim deans are named to fill key positions at all 3 campuses
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.
Noncredit courses offer in-demand certifications for job market
Those who need specific certifications to either land a job or a promotion are invited to train this Fall at San Jacinto College.
Retiring administrator reflects on San Jacinto College’s history of workforce training
"He is smart, but also has a superior work ethic and great judgment. San Jacinto College will miss his leadership.”
San Jacinto College golf team places sixth in the nation in Las Vegas
Jason Mendoza and Jose Lucio recently competed in Las Vegas, placing sixth at the Collegiate Golf Alliance National Tournament and taking home the top spot for the skills challenge.
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
College sets open auditions for musical melodrama dinner show
“It’s a great opportunity for the whole family to be on stage”
Fall registration is underway!
Classes begin Aug. 25
North Shore Rotary supports San Jacinto College
The service club presented $25,000 to the San Jacinto College Foundation to set up an endowed scholarship
Police chief named president elect of international campus police organization
"Chief Taylor has always been an inspiration to other members of the college policing community"
San Jacinto College helping to fill ‘skills gap’
Middle-skills jobs are in high demand, and San Jacinto College is stepping up to train the workforce.
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.