Stories and Features
Psychology expo to showcase student projects
Student projects are based on current research
Grainger Foundation supports San Jacinto College
Grainger supports the College's mission to provide a skilled workforce through training and education
San Jac Certified: 1-year certificate leads to dream job
I chose San Jacinto College because I had heard their training was top notch and very hands-on
Students treat long-term care residents to a day of beauty
Cosmetology students provide free hair services and mani-pedis
Noted author Parsons to visit San Jacinto College
The event is free and open to the public
Faculty and administrators recognized for excellence in higher education
Awards include Outstanding Academic and Technical Faculty, Excellence Awards, and Minnie Stevens Piper nominations
Honors students’ research brings the unexpected
Five San Jacinto College students to present at national research conference
Public invited to two-day symposium showcasing San Jacinto College programs
San Jacinto College will host two days of academic presentations and demonstrations during its annual symposium on March 4 and 5 at the Central Campus.
Tornado storm chaser to present at San Jacinto College
As part of Texas Severe Weather Awareness Week, Dr. Grady Dixon will guest lecture on Texas tornados at the San Jacinto College South Campus on March 5.
Explore the possibilities of fine arts: San Jacinto College South to host Fine Arts Open House March 5
The San Jacinto College South Campus will host a fine arts open house on Thursday, March 5 from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., in the Marie Spence Flickinger Fine Arts Center.
Hundreds of rec sports students from area colleges to compete at 2015 GCIC Sports Day
Recreational sports teams from Gulf Coast area community colleges are scheduled to go head-to-head at the Spring 2015 GCIC Sports Day on Feb. 26 at San Jacinto College.
San Jacinto College to present ‘A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum’
Set in ancient Rome, the plot twists and turns with cases of mistaken identity, slamming doors, and a showgirl or two
Semester full of free STEM events for the public at San Jacinto College
A robot comedian and more than 100 science experiments under one roof, this is what San Jacinto College has planned in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) for Spring 2015.
The verdict is in: San Jacinto College paralegal graduates are highly desirable employees
"We like them because they are ready to hit the ground running.”
Heather Knight’s comedic robots to perform at San Jacinto College
A robot comedian, robot film festival, and Cyborg Cabaret are all part of Marilyn Monrobot Labs, founded by Carnegie Mellon doctoral candidate and social roboticist, Heather Knight. She will bring her robotic comedy show to the San Jacinto College South Campus on Tuesday, March 3.
San Jacinto College and Mind Trekkers to host two-day STEM festival
Mind Trekkers from Michigan Technological University will bring more than 100 of the nation's most interactive science experiments to San Jacinto College on March 12 and 13 during Dow Chemical Adventures in STEM.
San Jacinto College, Dobie High School partner in program to increase college readiness: College Now helps students prepare for rigor of college
In an effort to further high school students’ college readiness, San Jacinto College has partnered with J. Frank Dobie High School on a new initiative called Dobie College Now.
San Jacinto College, A&M International sign articulation agreement
TAMIU stresses an international agenda for global study and understanding across all disciplines
Students travel to Capitol to lend voices to dialogue about community college
Approximately 50 San Jacinto College students traveled to Austin, Texas, on Feb. 3, 2015, for Community College Day at the Capitol to participate in conversations about higher education.
Young innovator Lin set to speak at San Jacinto College
Young environmentalist and innovator, Cassandra Lin, gives new meaning to TGIF. See her guest lecture at the San Jacinto College Central Campus on Monday, Feb. 16.