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.
Kasch tabbed to lead emergency management efforts
First-ever director of emergency management named at San Jacinto College
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."
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.
San Jac Certified: computer engineering student likes innovation and helping others
For the majority of people, I believe that completing college is the right path.
San Jacinto College graduate excels at national Hispanic College Quiz Show
"I don’t want my heritage to be forgotten.”
State gives San Jacinto College a ‘clean’ audit
“This is significant, and good news because the Coordinating Board bases state funding for the College for the next biennium on the results of the audit.”
College makes fifth appearance on Military Friendly Schools list
San Jacinto College is now a five-time military friendly school, according to Victory Media Inc.’s annual Military Friendly Schools list.
San Jacinto College recertified as Achieving the Dream Leader College
Student success initiatives helping more students succeed
San Jacinto College SBDC advisor earns State Star award
Shirreffs is consistently one of the most productive advisors in the SBDC network
College leads statewide committees on Workforce Education Course Manual (WECM) review and Programs of Study (POS) development
"Employers have stated in our advisory committees that training beyond secondary education is vital, and these post-secondary programs of study pathways really show that pendulum shift of the success that’s out there when it comes to an associate degree versus a four-year degree.”
San Jacinto College facility earns prestigious APEX Award
The APEX Award is the most significant commendation a construction company can receive in the Houston market
San Jacinto College graduate to appear on national Hispanic College Quiz Show
"She knows first-hand about obstacles faced by Latinos, and she has wisdom and maturity beyond her years"
San Jacinto College one of nation’s top associate degree producers
College ranks 18th among two-year colleges
Students bring home second place in national SkillsUSA competition
San Jacinto College engineering design graphic students brought home silver metals from the 50th annual SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills conference.
Hispanic Scholarship Fund chapter keeping higher education dreams alive
In just its third year, the College's Hispanic Scholarship Fund chapter earned a national Silver Award for “Chapter of the Year,” making San Jacinto College the only community college – out of 30 chapters nationwide – to receive an award.
San Jacinto College has $813.4 million impact on local economy
College’s effect equals 2 percent of region’s economy
73 early college high school grads earn associate degrees
As Clear Horizons Early College High School (CHECHS) students prepare for their upcoming high school graduation, they have one thing most high school seniors do not – their associate degree.
Clear Horizons receives National Student Council Award
The Clear Horizons Early College High School (CHECHS) was recently awarded a 2014 National Gold Council of Excellence Award by the National Association of Student Councils (NASC).