Stories and Features
San Jacinto College renovated libraries offer students variety of new services and technology
San Jacinto College libraries at the South and Central Campuses have received major facelifts with spacious study and instructional areas.
San Jacinto College to sponsor the 2014 Maritime and Logistics Youth Expo
San Jacinto College will sponsor the 2014 Maritime and Logistics Youth Expo on Saturday, Sept. 6, at the Port of Houston Authority's Bayport Cruise Terminal.
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
Students show U.S. Secretary of Labor workforce training at San Jacinto College
U.S. Secretary of Labor Thomas E. Perez recently visited San Jacinto College.
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
College adds texting line for hearing impaired students: Students needing assistance can text 713-469-1071
San Jacinto College now has a dedicated phone line used for emergency texts requesting campus police assistance 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
San Jacinto College to open melodrama Sept. 3
“Dirty Work at the Crossroads” will feature humor, suspense, and plenty of action
Council of Learning Assistance and Developmental Education Associations awards Dr. Rebecca Goosen with highest honor
Dr. Rebecca Goosen, known as a champion in developmental education, has been selected as a Fellow of the Council of Learning Assistance and Developmental Education Associations.
San Jacinto College Foundation kicks off Alumni Association with membership drive
The San Jacinto College Foundation recently held a membership drive to kick off its Alumni Association.
19th annual golf tournament featuring guest host Andy Pettitte set for October
Tournament and reception slated for Tuesday, Oct. 14, 2014
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.”
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.”