Stories and Features
Texas Workforce Commission funds training for 195 mariners at San Jacinto College
Texas Workforce Commission Chairman Andres Alcantar recently visited the San Jacinto College maritime training center to present a $368,173 Skills Development Fund grant for maritime job training.
San Jacinto College to host career fair
“Our goal is to promote lifelong career development and help our community grow.”
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 campuses celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month
In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, San Jacinto College will host a variety of events across all three campuses for students and community members.
Annual low-cost pet vaccination event returns to San Jacinto College
World Rabies Day pet vaccinations will be held on September 27.
Plentiful camp offerings at San Jacinto College made for an educational summer
San Jacinto College offered more than 40 camp sessions this summer for students from elementary to high school.
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
San Jacinto College renovated libraries offer students variety of new services and technology
San Jacinto College libraries at the South and Central Campuses have received major facelifts with spacious study and instructional areas.
It’s not too late to enroll for Fall classes at San Jacinto College
2nd 8-week classes begins Monday, Oct. 20
San Jacinto College to sponsor the 2014 Maritime and Logistics Youth Expo
San Jacinto College will sponsor the 2014 Maritime and Logistics Youth Expo on Saturday, Sept. 6, at the Port of Houston Authority's Bayport Cruise Terminal.
San Jac Certified: nursing student believes a job should be more than a paycheck
I look at college as a short-term sacrifice for a long-term goal
Students show U.S. Secretary of Labor workforce training at San Jacinto College
U.S. Secretary of Labor Thomas E. Perez recently visited San Jacinto College.
San Jacinto College expands welding training to meet high demand
Student enrollment in the welding programs at the North and Central campuses is the highest in the history of the College
College adds texting line for hearing impaired students: Students needing assistance can text 713-469-1071
San Jacinto College now has a dedicated phone line used for emergency texts requesting campus police assistance 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
San Jacinto College to open melodrama Sept. 3
“Dirty Work at the Crossroads” will feature humor, suspense, and plenty of action
Council of Learning Assistance and Developmental Education Associations awards Dr. Rebecca Goosen with highest honor
Dr. Rebecca Goosen, known as a champion in developmental education, has been selected as a Fellow of the Council of Learning Assistance and Developmental Education Associations.
San Jacinto College Foundation kicks off Alumni Association with membership drive
The San Jacinto College Foundation recently held a membership drive to kick off its Alumni Association.
19th annual golf tournament featuring guest host Andy Pettitte set for October
Tournament and reception slated for Tuesday, Oct. 14, 2014
San Jacinto College helping to meet high demand for middle-skilled allied health workers
“It’s great that just a one-year credential can make such a big difference.”