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San Jac tops on Twitter
Texas Social Media Research Institute ranks San Jacinto College as #1 community college on Twitter
PVF Roundtable donates $25,000 toward pipefitting scholarships
The directors of the PVF Roundtable allocated $25,000 to the San Jacinto College Foundation to benefit the College’s pipefitting program.
Final phase of Maritime Technology and Training Center construction underway
The San Jacinto College Maritime Technology and Training Center is in its final phase of construction before its January 2016 debut.
Cynthia Cisneros to deliver commencement address
Former reporter now vice president to offer keynote
Ring in the holidays with ‘Santa’s Christmas Magic’
Highlights of the show include toys that come alive and dance and sing, and singing children elves
New project will help ‘scale up’ student success initiatives
San Jacinto College one of 30 colleges nationwide selected for Pathways project
November performance to feature original dance works
'Evolve' will feature a variety of dance styles, including modern, contemporary, and jazz
Houston Chemical Association awards scholarships to four students pursuing STEM paths
Four San Jacinto College students have been named as recipients of Houston Chemical Association scholarships for this academic year.
San Jacinto College library captures eye of Preservation Houston for a 2016 Good Brick Award
San Jacinto College is the winner of a 2016 Good Brick Award for its restoration of the Lee Davis Library at the Central Campus.
Surgical tech program OR receives much-needed equipment thanks to Bayshore Medical Center
The San Jacinto College surgical technology program is now home to an anesthesia machine and three additional medical scopes thanks to Bayshore Medical Center.
Unofficial results show voters approving $425 million bond measure
San Jacinto College bond passes by unofficial 67.51 percent
College makes Military Friendly Schools List for a sixth time
The annual list showcases the top 20 percent of colleges, universities, and trade schools in the country that are doing the most to embrace America’s service members, veterans, and spouses.
Students commemorate Day of Writing
Students dressed as literary characters
Toyota Technician Training & Education Network program achieves Entrée status
The San Jacinto College Toyota Technician Training & Education Network (T-TEN) Program has achieved Entrée status after developing 200 hours of curriculum that will be housed in a community library and accessed by T-TEN instructors nationwide.
What is life like in America?
‘United States’ chronicles life journey of a typical local couple
San Jacinto College sets culinary, cosmetology open house
Tours will be available of cosmetology and culinary arts facilities
Biomedical equipment repair program provides alternative avenue to medical field
The San Jacinto College biomedical equipment repair technology program is addressing the healthcare industry’s need for qualified biomedical, mechanical technicians.
Mini job fairs to be held at San Jacinto College
The North Campus Career and Employment Center will be hosting mini job fairs Nov. 3-11.
Expansions, graveyard shift courses, degrees, certificates help move more into welding
Eddie Foster's hometown of Mont Belvieu, Texas, may be a small town on the map, but it’s becoming a hotspot for workers traveling to the state for the jobs that industry simply cannot fill fast enough.
Early college high schools gaining traction
Dual credit students account for 10.7 percent of San Jacinto College’s total enrollment