Last updated: April 7, 2020 at 2:00pm
Dual credit and ECHS students are being treated the same as every other SJC student. They should check the website and Blackboard for announcements from their instructors regarding their classes. They are also subject to whatever restrictions their schools have in place.
Online instruction is being tailored to existing student platforms like Blackboard, and optimized to be mobile-friendly so students can participate via cell phone. Additionally, the College’s IT department is working hard to make sure everyone has access to the equipment they need during these altered operations. Please reach out to your instructor if you have specific course-related concerns.
For classes that may require lab work and hands-on training, we are working on a procedure for groups of no more than 10 individuals to come to the College for that piece of the coursework. If this pertains to you, your faculty member will contact you with details.
For classes that may require lab work and hands on training, we are working on a procedure for groups of no more than 10 individuals to come to the College for that piece of the coursework. If this pertains to you, your faculty member will contact you with details.
College leadership and the Faculty Senate have discussed a pass/fail grading policy at length and have decided that we are going to continue our current grading procedures at San Jacinto College. We trust our faculty to make the decisions about grades that accurately address students’ learning. A faculty member’s letter grade is much more meaningful than a generic pass or fail. We also want these classes to count toward major courses or degrees. We have worked diligently over the years to ensure that our credits transfer and count toward university transfer degrees.
The business office is currently closed to visitors. Students can reach the College’s contact center at 281-998-6150. If the representatives can’t answer your question, they will share your request with business office employees, who will reach out to you as soon as we can.
If you’re currently still enrolled in a course/courses, you still must pay. The day you register, you need to make sure tuition is covered that same day.
We are not taking phone payments, but you may pay online through SOS. If you would like to mail a check, money order, or cashier check, please send to San Jacinto College District, Attn: Business Office, 4620 Fairmont Parkway, Pasadena, TX 77504.
The Installment Payment Plan due date of March 30 has been extended to Monday, April 13, by 7 p.m. As of now, the April 27 due date remains the same.
It depends on your situation. Please check the Academic Calendar.
Call the College’s contact center at 281-998-6150. If the representatives can’t answer your question, they will share your request with business office employees who will reach out to you as soon as possible.
Please speak with an advisor/educational planner to find out your options. For now, advising will be provided online. To schedule a virtual appointment, visit http://appointments.sjcd.edu/ or use the Live Chat feature on the EPCC webpage. You may also email your advising questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spring classes are continuing, and students will be able to make up missed instruction.
You can change your refund preference at any time. To update your preference:
- Go to “Refunds” in the navigation bar
- Select “Refund Preferences”
- Select your new refund preference and hit “update” at the bottom of the page
- Follow the prompts on the screen to confirm your new refund preference
You must make any desired changes to your refund selection preference at least 24 hours prior to an anticipated refund. When possible, we will honor a change made within 24 hours of a refund receipt but in the event that we are unable to do so, your requested change will only be effective for future refunds.
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Currently, Educational Planning, Counseling and Completion is still available to answer phone calls and emails. Students can contact us at 281-998-6150 or Educational.Planning@sjcd.edu. For general information, students can use the EPCC chat on our page during regular hours of operation: https://www.sanjac.edu/student-services/student-support/educational-pla…
You should contact your personal physician for further instructions.
The College’s student support services and resources—including advising—are moving to an online format for the foreseeable future. To schedule a virtual appointment, visit http://appointments.sjcd.edu/. The below student services departments are available to assist you: Admissions, Career Services, Educational Planning, Counseling and Completion, Financial Aid, Recruiting, Student Engagement- Food Distribution, and Veteran Services.
As the College conducts altered operations, campuses are closed to the public, but a select group of on-campus resources remain open for students, and small groups of students will be attending hybrid, on-campus course training by appointment. Students will be notified by their faculty as this applies to their specific courses.
San Jacinto College is conducting altered operations for the foreseeable future during the evolving coronavirus (COVID-19) situation. Information about summer classes and delivery method will be available at a later date.
The San Jacinto College Foundation is now accepting applications for emergency funding scholaships. The Foundation could award up to $250 per student to assist with financial needs for the Spring 2020 semester as a result of a COVID-19 hardship. Students should visit the San Jacinto College Foundation scholarship application website and login to apply. Questions should be directed to Scholarship.Info@sjcd.edu. .