Stories and Features
Upward Bound Math and Science Academy graduates 20 high school seniors
Graduating Upward Bound high school seniors received a total of $400,000 in scholarships
Yanez receives Gates Millennium Scholarship
Yanez is the first UBMSA student to receive a Gates Millennium Scholarship from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Music program adds digital church organ to course repertoire: Westbrook’s $100,000 donation secures purchase of new digital organ
Digital church organ will be part of a new church organ music course the College is developing
Bank of America continues to support College’s energy internship program: Energy Education and Career Corps program has assisted 36 students to date
EECC program receives another $20,000 workforce development and education grant from the Bank of America Charitable Foundation.
San Jac Certified: Going after the bad guys
San Jacinto College police officer shows it’s never too late to follow your dreams
Pasadena residents pick up bank teller certificates to compete in job market
A recent San Jacinto College bank teller course was taught at the Cleveland-Ripley Neighborhood Center
San Jac Certified: Award-winning educator believes teaching goes beyond classroom
Tammy Verstrate won the statewide 2015 HEB Excellence in Education Award
Student Government Association to head region for 2016-2017: San Jacinto College active in state leadership
San Jacinto College SGA students to serve as regional president, vice president and secretary
San Jacinto College reopens Lehr Library
New building blends old with new
San Jacinto College recognizes employees for their service
Longtime San Jacinto College employees were recognized for their service at the recent 25th annual Service Awards Banquet.
San Jac Certified: criminal justice grad has sights set on FBI
Law and order are essential for a nation to have a strong economy
Summer camps return to San Jacinto College
A variety of camp offerings slated for kids of all ages
Houston’s KPRC and Mattress One award scholarship to Mina: Student chooses his family over full-ride scholarship
Mina was offered numerous scholarships from universities outside of Texas and a full-ride scholarship to the University of Houston main campus, but he turned them all down.
New nurses graduate from San Jacinto College
Twenty-four students recently participated in a pinning ceremony as the first graduating class from the North Campus extension of the San Jacinto College Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) program.
San Jacinto College, Pasadena ISD graduate 64 early college high school students
Seniors headed to a variety of university programs including engineering, nursing, and computer science.
Sheldon Early College High School graduates first senior class
20 of the 30 seniors are in the top 10 percent of Sheldon Independent School District’s graduating class
83 Clear Horizons Early College High School students graduate with associate degrees
This year’s CHECHS graduating class has completed a total of 5,410 college credit hours and 10,056 service-learning hours.
Honors program recognizes graduates
First-ever program reception held for graduates and their families
Students take to NRG Stadium for walk across stage as college grads
No amount of rain could stop those determined to walk across the stage to receive their San Jacinto College associate degrees and certificates during the Spring 2016 Commencement.
College’s personal trainer program gaining traction
“More and more people are looking for personal training"