C-4 East Classroom Building
8060 Spencer Highway, Pasadena, TX 77505, United States
1st floor: Room C-4.119
Please stand at a safe distance from paintings, sculptures, and pedestals. Do not touch the art or the cases. The care you take helps to preserve the art for all.
There is no eating and/or drinking in the Art Gallery.
- San Jacinto College strongly encourages the use of a face covering for all students, employees, and visitors regardless of vaccination status. A mask can be provided upon request.
- Hand sanitizer is available for visitor use in the gallery.
- Please maintain 6 ft (2 arms’ lengths) of physical distance between yourself and others.
Please ask a gallery assistant for assistance during your visit, at any time.
For professional photo/video permissions or other questions, please email CentralGallery@sjcd.edu.
Group Tours are available upon request. Please fill out the Request Form below to book a group tour of the Central Art Gallery.
- Accessible Parking
- Found in Lot P4 on either side of the Building 4 entrance.
- To use designated spaces, automobiles must have valid state disability placard or plate.
- Accessible Restrooms
- Found in Building C-3, near Building C-4 lobby, right past the elevator.
- Service Animals?
- San Jacinto College supports individuals with disabilities who are accompanied by a service animal or psychiatric service dog on College property. This policy refers to students and employees with disabilities as well as community members with disabilities who have business to conduct on College property. In compliance with Titles II and III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), only dogs are recognized as service animals. A separate provision of the ADA allows trained miniature horses as service animals. A service animal or psychiatric service dog is individually trained to do work or perform tasks for an individual with a disability; the work or task must be directly related to the person's disability. Dogs or miniature horses not trained to perform tasks that mitigate the effects of a disability, including dogs used purely for comfort or emotional support, are NOT service animals. The act also clarifies that individuals with mental disabilities who use service animals trained to perform a specific task are protected by the ADA. Procedure III.3006.C.a, Animals on College Property, provides information about the College’s responsibilities as well as the service animal owner’s responsibilities. Representing an untrained animal as a trained service animal is a misdemeanor and punishable under Texas law.
- Students: Please review the SJC Accessibility Services to Apply for Accommodations.
- Visitors: Please contact (281)998-6150 and ask to speak with an Accessibility Counselor, to make SJC aware of your upcoming visit to the Art Gallery with your service animal.