Stories and Features
Concert to feature renowned mezzo-soprano Jamie Barton
Barton will collaborate with the award-winning Ars Lyrica Houston
Bayshore Medical Center volunteers celebrate 50 years by giving $50,000 toward San Jacinto College scholarships
This year, 50 is the magic number for the Bayshore Medical Center volunteer auxiliary. The group is celebrating its 50th years of service by giving $50,000 toward San Jacinto College scholarships.
4 San Jac students receive scholarships to pursue training for petrochemical careers
43 community college students in total receive scholarships
San Jac Certified: Stylist on the fast track to success
‘There’s more to cosmetology than brush, curl, and lipstick’
$25,000 donation helps San Jacinto College provide workforce training
"Working together leads to a better future for our students, their families, and our community"
Board of Trustees calls for bond referendum
$425 million proposal to be on the Nov. ballot
San Jacinto College students research the Orsay virus and 5-HTP at Rice University
Two San Jacinto College students earned their spots to the Rice University Summer Undergraduate Research Program for research training in biosciences and bioengineering.
San Jac Certified: Mrs. United States reigns in real estate thanks to San Jacinto College
Mrs. United States, Katie Garza, is one of the top new home sales representatives at Ashton Woods, thanks to the College's real estate program.
Weekend college courses offer convenience, flexibility
Courses are available on Friday, Saturdays and Sundays, with classes being held during mornings, afternoons, and evenings.
Mechanical drafting certificate courses offered to unemployed individuals
Unemployed and underemployed individuals are now offered engineering design graphics courses for mechanical specialty certificate thanks to H-1B grant.
Auditions set for ‘Spamalot’ musical comedy
San Jacinto College welcomes public to audition for award-winning show
United States Maritime Administration tours Maritime Technology and Training Center site
Administrators from the United States Maritime Administration (MARAD), along with staff from United States Senators John Cornyn and Ted Cruz, recently visited the construction site of the Maritime Technology and Training Center.
Paralegal student first-ever repeat winner of LEX national scholarship
The LEX honor society awards only five of the national scholarships annually
New program allows students to earn college degree and diploma
La Porte High School students now have an option to work toward both their high school diplomas and their San Jacinto College associate degrees through the Accelerated College Education (ACE) program.
By Jeannie Peng-Armao
Hellyer earns ACCT Western Region CEO award
Chancellor credits faculty, staff with success
Maritime Technology and Training Center Summer 2015 progress update
The following list provides an update on the Summer 2015 progress of the San Jacinto College Maritime Technology and Training Center.
Register now for the Fall semester!
Classes begin Aug. 24; Weekend College starts Sept. 11
Tour of Lions Eye Bank reveals the heartfelt process of eye tissue donation
A recent trip to the Lions Eye Bank of Texas revealed to a group of San Jacinto College students how donors’ memories are passed on through the gift of eyesight.
Shell Pipeline gives EnergyVenture students a glimpse of the pipeline business
San Jacinto College EnergyVenture students recently toured the Shell Pipeline Company LP (Shell) Colex facility in Pasadena, Texas to learn about the pipeline business and future STEM career opportunities in the energy sector.
ExpressJet Airlines to offer San Jacinto College students interview rights through the Airline Pilot Pathway Program
San Jacinto College and ExpressJet Airlines have entered into an agreement through the Airline Pilot Pathway Program, giving aviation students opportunities to earn their required flight hours and exclusive interview rights following their graduation.