Stories and Features
12 students inducted into LEX national paralegal honor society
"You students being inducted into the LEX paralegal honor society are among the best of the best."
Rovers, robots, and moon rocks: Community invited to NASA Space Science Day at San Jacinto College
Get a hands-on adventure into the world of space exploration at the second annual NASA Space Science Day on April 24.
Public invited to participate in CGA Rec Sports Scramble to the Desert
Members of the public are invited to participate in the Collegiate Golf Alliance (CGA) Rec Sports Scramble to the Desert tournament on Thursday, April 23, at the San Jacinto College Central Campus.
San Jac Certified: Soon-to-be graduate on her way to Rice University and a career in forensic chemistry
In May 2015, Brianna Siller will become San Jac Certified and on her way to study forensic chemistry at either the University of Houston or the University of Houston-Clear Lake in the Fall. She will first complete a summer internship at Rice University and study the reprogramming of cells and how they can adapt to avoid various diseases.
Annual Get Lit festival with heroic theme coming up in April
San Jacinto College's annual literary festival, Get Lit, is scheduled for April 22 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., in the Student Center at Central Campus.
Students welcome spring with a fling
Students mix and mingle
April concerts to feature a wide variety of entertainment
All concerts are free and open to the public
United States Coast Guard Captain to address graduates
San Jacinto College commencement scheduled for Saturday, May 16
Thousands visit Mind Trekkers for two days of STEM action
There were plenty of microscopes, balloons, and tanks of liquid nitrogen at the largest science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) festival that San Jacinto College has held to date.
Stimpson recruited for TALL Texans Leadership Institute
South Campus Reference Librarian, Jane Stimpson, will participate in the prestigious Texas Library Association's 2015 Texas Accelerated Library Leaders Institute.
Students get boats-eye view of Greens Bayou
Students helped to build a park that provides access to the waterway
Upcoming health occupations courses designed for fast track into workforce
The CPD division offers short-term courses throughout each semester for people needing certifications in the employment areas of certified coder and certified nurse aide (CNA).
Preview Day to showcase San Jacinto College programs, facilities
All events are free and open to the public
Coca-Cola scholarship advances student on medical career path
Gabriel Martinez is named a Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society Coca-Cola Leader of Promise Scholar
Brass Symposium to feature master musicians from around the world
San Jacinto College to host comprehensive music event in April
Project involving San Jacinto College, Menil, and noted composer incorporates visual arts, music
Collaboration brings local students into contact with a significant aspect of Houston’s culture
Board of Trustees cancels May election
No contested races prompts cancellation
Chancellor added to Greater Houston Partnership Board
Business organization to focus on people in upcoming year
Reinventing the numbers game: Foxley nominated for national AACC award
The American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) has named San Jacinto College math professor, Kristen Foxley, as a finalist for its 2015 Awards of Excellence Faculty Innovation Award.
San Jacinto College joins Golden Acres Elementary for celebration of Read Across America
San Jacinto College students recently visited Golden Acres Elementary School to read to first and second-graders in celebration of Dr. Seuss Week and Read Across America.