Stories and Features
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"
Flamenco festival to feature vibrant music, singing, dancing
Public can learn flamenco arts at workshops
Process technology program receives Texas association’s first Award of Excellence
The process technology program at San Jacinto College has been declared as Texas’ best, capturing the very first Award of Excellence by the Texas Association of College Technical Educators (TACTE).
Walmart donates $10,000 to San Jacinto College Veteran Centers: Donation part of Walmart’s Veterans Welcome Home Commitment
Texas State Representative and U.S. Army veteran Wayne Smith (District 128) coordinated the two $10,000 donations made to San Jacinto College and Lee College.
Outstanding students honored at annual award ceremonies
The San Jacinto College Office of Student Engagement and Activities honors the most outstanding students of 2016
Despite floods, College receives hair donations for Wigs for Kids
"Their simple bravery will help change a child’s life"
College to expand training in heating, ventilation, air conditioning, refrigeration
New courses in response to industry request
Maritime facility receives Landmark Award from Houston Business Journal
The Houston Business Journal awarded the 2016 Landmark Award in Educational Facility category to the San Jacinto College Maritime Technology and Training Center on the Maritime Campus.
San Jacinto College students to represent Texas on national level at SkillsUSA
The nine winners of the state SkillsUSA competition will travel to Louisville, Kentucky, in June
Partnership established with Global Corporate College to expand training nationally and internationally
The San Jacinto College Continuing and Professional Development (CPD) division is expanding its workforce training beyond Texas as a partner of the Global Corporate College (GCC).
PBL students head to national competition
Twelve San Jacinto College students will represent the state of Texas at the 2016 National Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda Leadership (PBL) Conference in June.
San Jacinto College alumnus performs at literature showcase ‘Nuestra Palabra’
The showcase features performances by noted area Latino authors, playwrights, and educators
Timani selected for Community College Aerospace Scholars program: San Jacinto College student one of approximately 200 students to participate in NASA workshop
Timani represented San Jacinto College as one of 216 community college students nationwide chosen to participate in this year’s NCAS program.