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Reskilling Grant helps students cross the finish line

August 20, 2021
When returning San Jacinto College student Tori Thomas learned she was eligible to receive the Finish Line Grant, she felt a weight lift off her shoulders. “I wasn’t sure what kind of grants or scholarships I would qualify for, so I was…

San Jacinto College maritime courses eligible for GI benefits

August 19, 2021
  HOUSTON, Texas – The San Jacinto College Maritime Technology & Training Center’s non-credit U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) approved courses are now eligible for GI Bill education benefit certification through the Texas Veterans Commission…

San Jacinto South Campus Theatre Overcomes Adversity, Creates Partnership

August 17, 2021
  During the spring 2021 semester, the San Jacinto College South Campus Theatre Program produced two major shows and made long-lasting industry partnerships. The first production, Seth Bockley and Anne Hamburger’s Wilderness, features…

Fall classes begin August 23 at San Jacinto College

August 6, 2021
  Money for tuition, pandemic relief available for students   PASADENA, Texas — The Fall 2021 semester begins August 23 at San Jacinto College.   “We are excited to welcome students back to campus this Fall,” said Jose DeJesusGil, Dean of…

Wigginton selected for National Presidential Fellowship for Community College Leaders

August 5, 2021
40 aspiring community college presidents will participate in 2021-2022 Aspen Rising Presidents Fellowship to Advance Student Success   PASADENA, Texas — The Aspen Institute College Excellence Program today announced that Van A. Wigginton,…

Once needle-phobic, pharmacy tech alumna now giving COVID-19 vaccines

July 28, 2021
  Could she give shots? Adilene Ambriz Ayala was choosing between becoming a pharmacy technician or a nurse, and that question made the decision easy. “I was scared of needles,” Ambriz said. Today, the San Jacinto College pharmacy…