Media Resources

San Jac Cares sustains students, employees during COVID

September 28, 2020
  Brianna Seratt was playing a waiting game, and time was running out. With San Jacinto College’s fall semester weeks away, Seratt still hadn’t registered for classes. Although she had submitted her FAFSA, she was waiting for funds to come…

San Jac pair’s mentoring relationship spans two decades

September 24, 2020
If there’s one thing Amy Weaver believes in, it’s the power of mentorship. The San Jacinto College alumna’s mentoring relationship with a former professor has spanned almost 25 years and shaped her career trajectory. Now working as an…

Spotlight: Zwiercan writes new curriculum for CTE statewide

September 4, 2020
In January 2018, the Texas Education Agency (TEA) came to San Jacinto College looking for someone to contribute to a new innovative course in instrumentation and electrical. Joseph Zwiercan volunteered to help and now thanks to his hard…

Alumni Spotlight: Q&A with maritime graduate Wes Cartey

September 4, 2020
  As a former member of the United State Coast Guard, Wes Cartey was naturally drawn to study maritime at the San Jacinto College Maritime Training Center. He recently graduated and is now working as a second captain with T&T Offshore…

STEM summer camp gains record enrollment going virtual

September 3, 2020
  Summer camps were no exception to the giant halt COVID-19 imposed worldwide. That is, until San Jacinto College’s Pathway to the Stars Camp flipped into an online summer camp. Originally one of the College’s free on-campus summer camps,…

Replacing Pluto, detecting earthquakes: Zooniverse turns students into mini scientists

September 3, 2020
  Pluto may have exited the planet club, but San Jacinto College students are searching for its replacement. “Backyard Worlds: Planet 9” and other online Zooniverse projects are engaging North Campus earth science students in citizen…