Stories and Features
TWC awards grants for welder and pipefitter training and maritime program
The Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) has awarded two grants to San Jacinto College for training in the areas of maritime and craft trades.
Maritime experts explain of need for skilled workforce during SMART Institute conference
San Jacinto College maritime students and the region's maritime industry were on full display recently for the Southeast Maritime and Transportation (SMART) Institute, funded by the National Science Foundation.
Breaking down barriers: College continues to make STEM tangible
San Jacinto College continues to bring STEM to the next generation
San Jacinto College program earns accreditation by world’s largest organization for early childhood educators
San Jacinto College has joined the list of seven Texas community colleges to earn accreditation NAEYC for its early child education associate degree program.
First-ever Texas community college student First Responder Organization launched
"The level of care is not just equal to what a patient would get by regular EMS providers, but is in fact much higher.”
San Jac Certified: retiring diesel technology instructor recalls fond memories
"I like to recall the way the diesel technology program has developed and grown through the years."
San Jacinto College has $813.4 million impact on local economy
College’s effect equals 2 percent of region’s economy
Articulation agreement strengthens partnership between San Jacinto College, TSU
"TSU is close by, and certainly provides the option of staying close to home and gaining a quality education"
San Jacinto College and the University of Texas at San Antonio to provide students with seamless transfers
San Jacinto College has entered into an articulation agreement to allow students seamless transfers to the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA).
San Jacinto College honors student who died in bicycle-vehicle incident
"He was determined to get on his feet and be a respectable working man."
The secret to providing everyone a chance at STEM education
The student success stories coming from Texas community colleges have resulted in double takes on the assumptions about two-year institutions and the ability to transfer to top-tier universities with a competitive education STEM.
Union Pacific Railroad Foundation donates to support student scholarships
Donation will help 20 students attend college
Students head to SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference
Six San Jacinto College students will represent the state of Texas at the 50th annual SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference.
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.
San Jac certified: It’s twice as nice for 2 sets of twins who earn 2 diplomas
All four of the twins understand the value of education and know that to succeed professionally requires sacrifice, diligence, discipline, and hard work.
Offering multiple solutions to solve the math problem in community college
Sixty-seven percent of the nation's community college students fall into developmental math placement.
College hosting Summer Transfer Day
Students can meet with university admission representatives
San Jac Certified: Aspiring doctor wants to be a top grad and excel in the medical field
Jackie Castro transferred to the University of Texas MD Anderson’s School of Heath Professions, where she will earn a bachelor of science in medical dosimetry in August
Gala raises $300,000 for student scholarships
Foundation gala a success for student scholarships
College joins national initiative that stresses well-rounded education
The LEAP Texas initiative stresses the importance of a diverse, well-rounded education for today’s college students.