San Jac My Way

Five flexible ways to take courses
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ONLINE Anytime

Take your classes online, at any time! Our most flexible option allows you to work on coursework whenever your schedule allows, and you won’t come to campus at any point.

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ONLINE On A Schedule

If you like the structure of a routine, this option is for you! All coursework will be completed online, but the lectures and virtual instruction will happen at specific times on certain days, just like a typical face-to-face course.

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Hands-On HYBRID

Technical and applied skill courses will follow a hybrid format. Most class instruction will be delivered online. Students will come to campus in small groups to complete hands-on learning and practical testing.

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FLEX Campus

This unique option will allow you to spend some time in the classroom with your instructor, in addition to online learning. Small groups of students in each class will have the option to attend in person while the remaining students access coursework online. The small groups will rotate so all students in a class have multiple chances to attend in person, although it’s never required when it’s your turn.

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FACE-to-FACE

In-person classes will take place on campus with reduced class sizes and social distancing measures.

  • Face to Face Transition to Online on a Schedule -- Take your classes in person, on campus. If there is a need to transition to online learning these classes will stay on a schedule.
  • Face to Face Transition to Online Anytime -- Take your classes in person, on campus. If there is a need to transition to online learning these classes will allow for flexible schedules.
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Tell Me More...

 Watch videos to learn more about San Jac My Way.

 Get PDF files on how to search for courses by instructional method.

 See what student support is available to you.

 Learn the new procedures for coming to campus.

 Get to know our latest health and safety measures.

 Download the San Jac My Way PDF.

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Searching for Courses by Instructional Method

As you look for classes in Course Finder, you’ll be able to search by instructional method to choose the type of course you’re interested in. Watch the second video above for a walk-through, or download PDF instructions on how to search by instructional method for courses in Course Finder and sections in SOS

Please note:  If local health mandates move San Jacinto College back to all remote learning, your Face-to-Face courses will be automatically transitioned to either Online On A Schedule or Online Anytime. As you select classes in Course Finder, you will see a note on Face-to-Face courses specifying which Online type it would transition to if need be.

Get Support

Regardless of the type of courses you choose, all students have access to the same resources and support:

  • Online Tutoring
  • Online Advising Chat
  • On-Campus Document Drop-off
  • Virtual appointments for:
    • Admissions Advising
    • Career Services
    • Dual Credit
    • Educational Planning
    • Financial Aid
    • Food Markets Sign-Up
    • International Student Services
    • Mental Health/Personal Counseling
    • Recruiting/Outreach
    • TSIA Testing
    • Veterans Services
  • Plus, class lectures will be available on Blackboard, no matter which type of course you choose

Coming to Campus

Due to the COVID-19, here are the campus procedures to follow:

Schedule Virtual Advising

Your Health And Safety

We know health and safety are of utmost concern, and it is a priority for us at San Jacinto College. We’re taking many precautions to maintain a healthy learning environment and keep the College safe for our students, employees, and the community.

If you have more questions about the College’s Coronavirus response, you can find additional information, resources, and FAQs at sanjac.edu/coronavirus.