Taking the College to the Community: Denise Orand

August 5, 2019
No matter who you talk to, everyone will have a different definition of “college.” Denise Orand, San Jacinto College director of adult education grants, understands that everyone needs a starting point. For some that may be starting with…

Staff Spotlight: Debra Clarke

August 5, 2019
Debra Clarke often tells people that teaching and ophthalmology are her two passions. In 2001, she was able to merge them both when she became the program director for San Jacinto College’s eye care technology program. Since then, in…

Brains Made to Order

August 5, 2019
Problem solving comes in all shapes, sizes, and situations. In this case, the San Jacinto College South Campus anatomy and physiology students needed more brain models for their two lab classrooms. Sharing one model among a table of six…

A health care career with regular hours?

August 5, 2019
A Health Care Career with Regular Hours?Exploring careers in Medical Assisting, Medical Coding and Billing, and Medical Office Support   Are you interested in health care? Realize your full potential with a medical office career. With the…

Feeding the Pipeline of Future Health Care Professionals

August 5, 2019
When it comes to ground-breaking medical research and one of the most culturally diverse arrays of patients seen by the hour, the Texas Medical Center (TMC) in Houston continues to be at the forefront of innovation. As the largest medical…

Arbuckle achieves dream of works published: San Jacinto College publishes first college-wide literary magazine

August 1, 2019
The San Jacinto College English department recently published its first college-wide literary magazine, Accents. “The three English departments at the College embrace a strong commitment to the one-college model,” said Jon Nelson, English…