Stories and Features
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.
Area industries support San Jacinto, Lee colleges with scholarship funds
"Workforce training is one of the most pressing needs of East Harris County."
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."
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.
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.
Graduates walk across commencement stage with stories of job offers and university transfers
Donald Baumhardt walked across a stage at Minute Maid Park on Dec. 14, 2014, as a new San Jacinto College graduate. He is an example of student success.
Golf tournament and reception raise record $175,000 for student scholarships
Roy and Sue Mease receive Legacy Award
Economics professor’s passion for tough subject creates champs and changes career paths
San Jacinto College professor Dr. Delwin Long will be the first to admit that the words "enjoyment" and "economics" rarely appear in the same sentence.
Professor recognized for unique approach to science education
Dr. Dolores C. Aquino's life experiences in science education have helped her to develop a curriculum for her own students that blend both instruction and application. For this, she has been named Outstanding Chemistry Teacher at a Two Year College.
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.”
Training according to immediate oil and gas needs moves graduates into workforce
Everyone Joshua White knows within the field of instrumentation is working. This could explain why after just one year of studying instrumentation at San Jacinto College, he was offered a job.
San Jacinto College HVAC team selected as finalist in national contest
Community members can help the San Jacinto College team win the contest by voting online
Magazine ranks San Jacinto College among nation’s top minority degree producers
"We really value the diversity of our student population."
San Jacinto College commits to expand college access at White House event
Chancellor Hellyer to attend Summit, commits to increasing graduation rate
Students awarded Lubrizol scholarships for training in high-demand fields
The Lubrizol Foundation awarded 32 scholarships to San Jacinto College students this semester, totaling $277,600 in scholarship funds to the College over a 30-year span.
New director focused on increasing STEM education pipeline
Dr. Janis Fowler has been named director of the Aerospace Academy at San Jacinto College.
San Jac Certified: Student embarks on career in pharmacy
Pharmacy technician alumnae returns to San Jacinto College to complete doctorate at Texas Southern University.