San Jacinto College Resources
Educational Planning, Counseling & Completion:
Need help figuring out your degree plan? Need to change Majors? Get help making a plan for college and keep on track. Having trouble balancing your work/ life/ school activities? Come a speak to one of our licensed counselors or take a free mental health screening at our EPCC Counseling area.
Orientation & Campus Tours:
The mission of New Student Orientation is to:
- Foster student success
- Establish social and academic connections
- Introduce college resources, and
- Engage students in the SJC culture in a fun, supportive environment!
Student Success Centers:
FREE Tutoring for Math, English & Writing, Sciences & more. Need to practice for the TSI Assessment? Visit the Student Success Center's website for their schedule of TSIA Prep sessions.
Take a Career Assessment & Find a job while going to San Jacinto College. Attend a workshop or job fair.
Need extra assistance with your college coursework? The Accessibility counselors meet with students to determine what special accommodations should be made, such as extended time for tests, tutoring, interpreting services, note taking, and specialized technologies.
International Student Services:
Sign up for an International Advisor to assist your transition to college in the US. Want to improve your English skills, visit the Learn English website.
Student Engagement & Activities:
Need a break from your studies to unwind? San Jac offers tons of free events to students all year. Visit the Student Centers or game rooms. Find a club to join and check the online calendar!
San Jac Food Pantry:
Started in Fall 2013, the food pantry is a student run food assistance program that distributes food to San Jac students in need. Find the pantry schedule online.
For additional resources, go to www.sanjac.edu and hover your cursor over "Student Services"
Study & Student Tips
We want to encourage you to check out the following links to help you be successful in your college career.
- How to Study
- Improving Concentration, Memory, and Motivation
- Learn to Study Smarter, Not Harder
- 9 Awesome Study Tips for College Students
- How to Learn & Study Effectively
- College Student Study Sills Guide - Time Management & Study Skills
- How to Nail Note-Taking in College
- 100 Self Help & Study Skills for Students with ADD
- 20 Most Common College Freshman Mistakes
Soft Skills & Other Resources - Skills that you need in your workplace & beyond
- The Relative Importance of Hard and Soft Skills
- The 20 People Skills You Need To Succeed At Work
- Six Soft Skills Everyone Needs
- 50 Life Lessons You Should Master
- Student Finance Learning Center by FiscalTiger
Do you need College Algebra, but need some extra support? Take the MATH 0314/ MATH 1314 corequisite and complete your Algebra in one semester!
Learn more about this alternative called AIM (Acceleration in Math) in the video below.