Quick Facts

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District Quick Facts
Central Campus Quick Facts
North Campus Quick Facts
South Campus Quick Facts
College Awards and Accomplishments

Board of Regents

San Jacinto College Board of Trustees:

Pos. 1 Mr. Brad Hance
Pos. 2 Dr. Ruede Wheeler
Pos. 3 Mrs. Marie Flickinger
Pos. 4 Mr. Larry Wilson, Vice Chairman
Pos. 5 Mr. John Moon, Jr., Secretary
Pos. 6 Mr. Dan Mims, Chairman
Pos. 7 Mr. Keith Sinor, Assistant Secretary

San Jacinto College Administration

Brenda Hellyer, Chancellor
Teri A. Crawford, Vice Chancellor, Marketing, Public Relations and Government Affairs
Allatia Harris, Vice Chancellor, Strategic Initiatives
Brenda Jones, Provost, South Campus
Kenneth D. Lynn, Vice Chancellor, Fiscal Affairs
William Raffetto, Provost, North Campus
Rob Stanicic, Chief Information Officer
Stephen Trncak, Vice Chancellor, Human Resources
Van Wigginton, Provost, Central Campus
Laurel Williamson, Deputy Chancellor and San Jacinto College President

Service Area

San Jacinto College serves the communities and citizens of East Harris County, Texas. The San Jacinto College taxing area includes the Channelview, Deer Park, Galena Park, La Porte, Pasadena, and Sheldon Independent School Districts. The College's service area expands to include portions of the Humble and Clear Creek school districts.

The cities that we serve include:

  • Galena Park
  • Jacinto City
  • Humble (portions)
  • Shoreacres
  • Morgan's Point
  • La Porte
  • South Houston
  • Pasadena
  • Deer Park
  • Seabrook*
  • El Lago*
  • Taylor Lake Village*
  • Nassau Bay*
  • Webster*
  • Pearland*

* cities in the service area only

Tuition & Fees

  Per credit hour General service fee Total*
In-district $47 $140 $704
Out-of-district $89 $140 $1,208
Out-of-state $142 $140 $1,844

*Based on 12 credit hours which does not include course specific fees, books and
other expenses. Fees are effective Fall 2014 semester.

2013-14 Budgeted Revenue

Unrestricted Operating Revenue  
  State Appropriations $37,142,000
  Tuition and Fees $53,870,000
  Ad Valorem Taxes $50,892,000
  Other Local Income $6,244,800
Total Unrestricted Operating Budget $148,148,800
Total Restricted Revenue $76,902,582
Debt Services Taxes $24,108,535
Total Revenue $249,159,917

San Jacinto College campus locations

Administration Office
4624 Fairmont Parkway
Pasadena, Texas 77504

Central Campus
8060 Spencer Highway
Pasadena, Texas 77505

North Campus
5800 Uvalde Road
Houston, Texas 77049

South Campus
13735 Beamer Road
Houston, Texas 77089

2013 Fall Enrollment

2013 Fall Enrollment  Number Percent
College-wide 28,385*  
Central 14,365 44.2%
North 7,312 22.5%
South 10,794 33.2%
*Unduplicated college wide: Cross campus enrolled students are only counted once for college wide purposes.

Fall 2013 Student Headcount by Intent*

Associate Degree 15,644
Earn a Certificate 2,461
Credits for Transfer 7,958
Improve Job Skills 1,179
Personal Enrichment   446
No Response 697
Total 28,385

*Duplicated data

Fall 2013 Student Body Characteristics

Male 43.6%
Female 56.4%
African-American 10.4%
American Indian or Alaskan Native   1.0%
Asian 5.4%
White or Caucasian 29.9%
Hispanic 46.5%
International 1.8%
Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander   0.3%
Unknown or Not Reported 4.8%
 
17-under 8.2%
18-21 46.9%
22-34 34.3%
35-49 8.5%
50-over 2.1%
Average age   23.9

Fall 2013 Student Attendance

Full-time 27.0%
Part-time   73.0%
 
Average Class size  20.6
Student/Faculty Ratio*  24:1
*Full-time and part-time faculty    

Fall 2012-Summer 2013 Graduates by Degree / Certificate

Associate of Arts 1,905
Associate of Arts in Teaching   12
Associate of Science 61
Associate of Applied Science  925
Certificate of Technology 1,412
Occupational Certificate 761
Total degrees / certificates 5,076
Transfer to 4-year institutions 4,754

Faculty and Personnel

Personnel  
Administrators* 113
Full-time faculty 518
Part-time faculty 694
Full-time support staff 612
Part-time staff 441
Full-time Faculty  
Doctorate 106
Master's 302
Bachelor's & Other 110
Total employees 2,378
Total Full-time employees 1,243
*includes deans

Accomplishments

These are just some of the awards and accomplishments the College received this past year.

  • Graduated more than 5,000 students for the first time in school history.
  • Selected as a finalist for the Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence for the second-straight year. This year, the Aspen Prize recognizes the top 150 community colleges throughout the nation for exceptional levels of success for all students while they are in college and after they graduate.
  • For a fifth consecutive year, San Jacinto College received the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting (CAFR) award in recognition of upholding the highest standards in financial reporting.
  • A group of San Jacinto College students were selected to participate in the NASA Reduced Gravity Education Flight Program, regarded as one of the most sought-after educational projects in the nation. The San Jacinto College team’s assignment was to determine how well acoustic flame suppression equipment performs in a weightless environment.
  • The 2013 soccer team finished its season third in the nation after a second appearance at the National Junior College Athletic Association national tournament.
  • San Jacinto College created a STEM Council (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) aimed at increasing awareness of STEM-related workforce training.
  • Community College Week Magazine ranked San Jacinto College 32nd in the nation among two-year institutions in its annual Top 100 Associate Degree Producers list.
  • The North and South Campuses opened new state-of-the-art science and allied health buildings to help meet the demand of a growing field.
  • San Jacinto College was named a military friendly institution for a fourth time, and was also named a “Best for Vets” institution by Military Times magazine.
  • Marie Flickinger, San Jacinto College Board of Trustees member, earned the 2013 M. Dale Ensign Trustee Leadership award as the national community college trustee of the year.
  • A new robotics lab opens doors to innovation and exploration, enabling students to sharpen skills in a rapidly expanding field.
  • Renovated existing space on the Central Campus to provide a facility specifically for workforce training.
  • Began offering welding classes from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. to meet demand for graveyard shift workers.
  • More than 1,000 Pasadena children fitted for free glasses at a See to Succeed event.
  • Dr. Cheryl Fasullo, South Campus sociology professor; Dr. Jerry Ivins, department chair for theatre and film at the Central Campus; and Tim Bell, mathematics professor at the North Campus, were selected by faculty, administrators, and staff at their respective campuses as Minnie Stevens Piper professors.

Accreditation

The San Jacinto Community College District is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award the associate degree. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of The San Jacinto Community College District.

Location

8060 Spencer Highway
Pasadena, Texas 77505

Central Campus Administration

Laurel Williamson, Deputy Chancellor and San Jacinto College President
Van Wigginton, Provost
Joanna Zimmerman, Interim Vice President, Student Services
James Braswell, Dean, Administration
Stephen Lopez, Interim Dean, Liberal Arts and Sciences
Jeffrey Parks, Dean, Industrial and Professional Services
Michael Kane, Dean, Health Sciences
Eddie Weller, Dean, Honors Program
Kevin R. McKisson, Dean, Enrollment Services
Shelley Rinehart, Interim Dean, Student Development
Christopher Crumley, Director, Campus Services
Karen Blankenship, Director, Library
April Poissant, Director, Dual Credit
Sharon Nelson, Athletic Director
Wanda S. Munson, College Registrar
Christy Keith, Director, Student Success Center

Service Area

Deer Park, La Porte, and Pasadena Independent School Districts.

Tuition & Fees

  Per credit hour General service fee Total*
In-district $47 $140 $704
Out-of-district  $89 $140 $1,208
Out-of-state $142 $140 $1,844
*Based on 12 credit hours which does not include course specific fees, books and other expenses. Fees are effective Fall 2014 semester.

Fall 2013 Headcount by Intent

Associate Degree 8,001
Earn a Certificate 1,236
Credits for Transfer 3,913
Improve Job Skills 599
Personal Enrichment 208
Did Not Repond 408
Total  14,365

Fall 2013 Student Body Characteristics

Male 45.4%
Female 54.6%
 
African-American 6.5%
American Indian or Alaskan Native   1.1%
Asian 4.2%
Caucasian 34.5%
Hispanic 47.2%
International 1.5%
Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander   0.2%
Unknown or Not Reported 4.6%
 
17-under 6.5%
18-21 45.6%
22-34 37.2%
35-49 8.9%
50-over 1.9%
Average age   24.2

Fall 2013 Student Attendance

Full-time 18.7% 
Part-time 81.3% 
 
Average Class size 20.2
Student/Faculty Ratio*   28:1
*Full-time and part-time faculty    

Fall 2012-Summer 2013 Graduates by Degree / Certificate

Associate of Arts 848
Associate of Arts in Teaching    2
Associate of Science 23
Associate of Applied Science 684
Certificate of Technology 749
Occupational Certificate 440
Total degrees / certificates  2,746
Trransfers to 4-year institutions 2,726

Faculty and Personnel

Personnel  
Administrators* 25
Full-time faculty 253
Part-time faculty 299
Full-time support staff 237
Part-time staff 162
Full-time Faculty  
Doctorate 39
Master's 153
Bachelor's & Other 61
*includes deans and directors

Accreditation

The San Jacinto Community College District is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award the associate degree. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033- 4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of The San Jacinto Community College District.

Location

5800 Uvalde Road
Houston, TX 77049

North Campus Administration

Laurel Williamson, Deputy Chancellor and San Jacinto College President
William Raffetto, Provost
Joanna Zimmerman, Interim Vice President, Student Services
Serita Dickey, Dean, Natural and Health Sciences
Kerry Mix, Dean, Business and Technology
Shawn Silman, Dean, Liberal Arts
Amy L. Ammerman, Dean, Enrollment Services
Eddie Weller, Dean, Honors Program
Clare Iannelli, Dean, Student Development
Jerrel Wade, Dean, Administration
Michael Varnell, Evening Department Chair
Jan Crenshaw, Director, Library
Jennifer Mowdy, Director, Dual Credit
Tom Arrington, Director, Athletics
Wanda S. Munson, College Registrar
Erika Hernandez, Director, Student Success Center

Service Area

Galena Park, Channelview, Sheldon and a portion of Humble Independent School Districts

Tuition & Fees

  Per credit hour General service fee Total*
In-district $47 $140 $704
Out-of-district $89 $140 $1,208
Out-of-state $142 $140 $1,844
*Based on 12 credit hours which does not include course specific fees, books and other expenses. Fees are effective Fall 2014 semester.

Fall 2013 Headcount by Intent

Associate Degree 4,210
Earn a Certificate 860
Credits for Transfer 1,645
Improve Job Skills 356
Personal Enrichment 135
Did Not Respomd 106
Total 7,312

Fall 2013 Student Body Characteristics

Male 38.9%
Female 61.4%
 
African-American  16.8%
American Indian or Alaskan Native   0.8% 
Asian 2.6%
Caucasian 20.0%
Hispanic 54.6%
International 1.4%
Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander   0.2% 
Unknown or Not Reported 3.9%
 
17-under 5.9%
18-21 46.3%
22-34 35.2%
35-49 9.9%
50-over 2.7%
Average age   24.7

Fall 2013 Student Attendance

Full-time 18.6%
Part-time 81.4%
   
Average Class size 20.0
Student/Faculty Ratio*    25:1
*Full-time and part-time faculty    

Fall 2012-Summer 2013 Graduates by Degree / Certificate

Associate of Arts 282
Associate of Arts in Teaching   9
Associate of Science 14
Associate of Applied Science 133
Certificate of Technology 435
Occupational Certificate 224
Total degrees / certificates  1,097
Transfers to 4-year institutions 932

Faculty and Personnel

Personnel  
Administrators* 13
Full-time faculty 112
Part-time faculty 168
Full-time support staff 133
Part-time staff 108
Full-time Faculty  
Doctorate 22
Master's 61
Bachelor's & Other 29
*includes deans and directors

Accreditation

The San Jacinto Community College District is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award the associate degree. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033- 4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of The San Jacinto Community College District.

Location

13735 Beamer Road
Houston, Texas 77089

South Campus Administration

Laurel Williamson, Deputy Chancellor and San Jacinto College President
Brenda Jones, Provost
Joanna Zimmerman, Interim Vice President, Student Services
Ann Tate, Interim Dean, Liberal Arts
Kevin Morris, Dean, Business and Technology
Alexander Okwonna, Dean, Health and Natural Sciences
Tami Kelly, Interim Dean, Enrollment Services
Eddie Weller, Dean, Honors Program
Debbie Smith, Interim Dean, Student Development
John Boggs, Director, Evening, Weekend, and Campus Services
Joseph Hébert, Dean, Administration
Richard McKay, Director, Library
Kelly Saenz, Director, Athletics
Kate Graham, Director, Dual Credit
Wanda S. Munson, College Registrar
Diana Shokralla, Director, Student Success Center

Service Area

Pasadena Independent School District and a portion of Clear Creek ISD.

Tuition & Fees

  Per credit hour General service fee Total*
In-district $47 $140 $704
Out-of-district $89 $140 $1,208
Out-of-state $142 $140 $1,844
*Based on 12 credit hours which does not include course specific fees, books and other expenses. Fees are effective Fall 2014 semester.

Fall 2013 Headcount by Intent

Associate Degree 5,754
Earn a Certificate 651
Credits for Transfer 3,600
Improve Job Skills 360
Personal Enrichment   147
Did Not Respond 282
Total      10,794

Fall 2013 Student Body Characteristics

Male 44.0%
Female 56.0%
   
African-American 11.4%
American Indian or Alaskan Native   1.0% 
Asian 9.2%
Caucasian 31.8%
Hispanic 37.8%
International 2.7%
Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander   0.4%
Unknown or Not Reported 5.7%

Due to rounding, these numbers may total greater than 100 percent.         

17-under 9.2%
18-21 46.7%
22-34 34.5%
35-49 7.8%
50-over 1.8%
Average age   23.6

Fall 2013 Student Attendance

Full-time    22.0%
Part-time 78.0%
   
Average Class size   21.6
Student/Faculty Ratio*   28:1
*Full-time and part-time faculty    

Fall 2012-Summer 2013 Graduates by Degree / Certificate

Associate of Arts 775
Associate of Arts in Teaching 1
Associate of Science 24
Associate of Applied Science   108
Certificate of Technology 228
Occupational Certificate 97
Total degrees / certificates 1,233
Transfer to 4-year institutions 2,380

Faculty and Personnel

Personnel  
Administrators* 31
Full-time faculty 153
Part-time faculty 227
Full-time support staff 146
Part-time staff 163
Full-time Faculty  
Doctorate 45
Master's 88
Bachelor's & Other 20
*includes deans and directors

Accreditation

The San Jacinto Community College District is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award the associate degree. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033- 4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of The San Jacinto Community College District.