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San Jacinto College Board of Trustees

SAN JACINTO COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES

Pos. 1 Mrs. Erica Davis-Rouse, Assistant Secretary
Pos. 2 Dr. Ruede Wheeler
Pos. 3 Mrs. Marie Flickinger, Chair
Pos. 4 Mr. Larry Wilson
  Pos. 5 Mr. John Moon, Jr., Vice Chair
  Pos. 6 Mr. Dan Mims
  Pos. 7 Mr. Keith Sinor, Secretary

 

SAN JACINTO COLLEGE ADMINISTRATION

Dr. Brenda Hellyer, Chancellor
Dr. Laurel Williamson, Deputy Chancellor and San Jacinto College President
Mrs. Teri Crawford, Vice Chancellor, Marketing, Public Relations and Government Affairs
Dr. Allatia Harris, Vice Chancellor, Strategic Initiatives, Workforce Development, Community Relations, and Diversity
Dr. Aaron Knight, Provost
Dr. Alexander Okwonna, Provost
Ms. Sandra Ramirez, Vice Chancellor, Human Resources, Organizational and Talent Effectiveness
Mr. Rob Stanicic, Chief Technology Innovations Officer
Mrs. Van Wigginton, Provost, Central Campus
Mrs. Teri Zamora, Vice Chancellor, Fiscal Affairs

WHO WE SERVE

San Jacinto College serves the communities and citizens of East Harris County, Texas. In addition to portions of the Pearland and Humble ISDs, the San Jacinto College taxing district includes Channelview, Deer Park, Galena Park, La Porte, Pasadena, and Sheldon ISDs. The College's service area also incorporates the Harris County portion of Clear Creek ISD.

CITIES IN THE SAN JACINTO COLLEGE DISTRICT:

  • Channelview
  • Deer Park
  • El Lago*
  • Galena Park
  • Humble (portions)
  • Jacinto City
  • La Porte 
  • Morgan's Point
  • Nassau Bay*
  • Pasadena
  • Pearland**
  • Seabrook*

* Cities in the service area only
** Portions of Pearland are in the taxing district. The remainder is in the service area.

SAN JACINTO COLLEGE LOCATIONS

Administration Office
4624 Fairmont Parkway
Pasadena, Texas 77504

Central Campus
8060 Spencer Highway
Pasadena, Texas 77505

North Campus
5800 Uvalde Road
Houston, Texas 77049

 South Campus
 13735 Beamer Road
 Houston, Texas 77089

 Generation Park Campus
 13455 Lockwood Rd.
 Houston, Texas 77044

  Maritime Campus
  3700 Old Hwy. 146
  La Porte, Texas 77571

  Online
  www.sanjac.edu/online

REVENUE (FY 2021)

Unrestricted Operating Revenue  
  State Appropriations  $42,079,966
  Tuition   $59,947,000
Maintenance and Operations Taxes  $72,940,110
 Other Income   $2,035,00
Total Unrestricted Operating Budget  $177,002,076
  Total Restricted Revenue  $116,930,833
  Debt Services Taxes  $36,920,763
Total Revenue  $296,686,109

TUITION AND FEES

  Per credit hour Total
In-district $78 $936
Out-of-district $135 $1,620
Out-of-state $210 $2,520

Based on 12 credit hours. Students are responsible for course materials, equipment, and other program-specific requirements. 

NO FEES for general services, labs, technology, distance learning, courses, or incidentals

Students are responsible for course materials, equipment, and other program-specific requirements.
Tuition rates are effective fall 2019 semester.

Updated Dec. 2020 • Fall 2020 certified data

2020 FALL ENROLLMENT

Enrollment   Number  Percent
College-wide  31,110* 100%
Central (includes Maritime)  15,170  35.3%
North 11,997 27.9%
South  13,529  31.4%
Generation Park 2,335 5.4%

FALL 2020 STUDENT HEADCOUNT BY INTENT
*Unduplicated College-wide: Cross campus enrolled students are only counted once for College-wide purposes.

Earn Associate Degree 20,907
Earn Certificate 1,728
Earn Credits for Transfer 6,548
Improve Job Skills  1,043
Seek Personal Enrichment    304
Did Not Respond  580
Total  31,110

 

FALL 2020 STUDENT CHARACTERISTICS

Male  38.6%
Female 61.4%
American Indian or Alaskan Native   0.7%
Asian   5.9%
Black or African American  9.8%
Hispanic or Latino Origin 61.6%
International  .07%
Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander    0.1%
White  20.0%
Unknown or Not Reported  1.2%
17-under  22.3%
18-21  41.0%
22-34  29.0%
35-49  6.5%
50-over  1.2%
Average age    22.3

FALL 2020 STUDENT ATTENDANCE

Full-time  29.0%
Part-time    71.0%
Average Class size*  21.1
Student/Faculty Ratio**  28:1

*Average class size is computed by summing all enrollments in all courses and dividing by the total number of courses.
**Full-time and part-time faculty. The student-to-faculty ratio is computed as follows: total unduplicated student headcount divided by total unduplicated faculty who taught a course in the fall semester.

FALL 2019-SUMMER 2020 GRADUATES BY CREDENTIALS

Associate of Applied Science 1,455
Associate of Arts  2,152
Associate of Arts in Teaching  287
Associate of Science   846
Certificate of Technology 742
Level 2 Certificate of Technology 1,010
Occupational Certificate  598
Advanced Technical Certificate 45
Total Credentials  7,135
Transfers to 4-year institutions  2,966

FACULTY AND PERSONNEL*

Administrators**  122
Faculty***  1,472
Full-time support staff  694
Total  2,288
*Faculty duplicated College-wide (includes Maritime)
**Includes deans and directors
***Full-time and part-time. Part-time numbers based on having worked the last nine months.

ACCREDITATION

San Jacinto College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate and bachelor's degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of San Jacinto College.

An Equal Opportunity Institution

LOCATION

8060 Spencer Highway
Pasadena, Texas 77505

CENTRAL CAMPUS ADMINISTRATION

Dr. Laurel Williamson, Deputy Chancellor and College President
Mr. Van Wigginton, Provost
Ms. Joanna Zimmerman, Associate Vice Chancellor, Student Services
Mr. James Griffin, Associate Vice Chancellor/Senior Vice President, Petrochemical Training Division
Dr. Rhonda Bell, Dean, Health and Natural Sciences
Mr. Scott Gernander, Dean, Administration
Ms. Clare Iannelli, Dean, Compliance and Judicial Affairs
Mr. Kevin R. McKisson, Dean, Enrollment Services/College Registrar
Dr. DeRhonda McWaine, Dean, Liberal Arts and Science
Dr. James Ragaisis, Dean, Business and Technology
Ms. Shelley Rinehart, Dean, Student Development
Ms. Nicole Barnes, Director, Dual Credit
Ms. Clarissa Belbas, Director, CPET Resources, Contractors
Ms. Karen Blankenship, Director, Library
Mr. Christopher Crumley, Director, Campus Services
Ms. Dawn Shedd, Director, Student Success Center
Mr. Thomas Stang, Director, Petrochemical Technology
Mr. John Suarez, Director, CPET Resources, Owners
Ms. Melinda Thomas, Director, Educational Planning, Counseling & Completion
Dr. Eddie Weller, Director, Honors Program

SERVICE AREA

Deer Park, La Porte, and Pasadena Independent School Districts.
Updated Oct. 2020 • Fall 2020 preliminary data

TUITION AND FEES

   Per credit hour  Total
In-district  $78  $936
Out-of-district   $135  $1,620
Out-of-state  $210  $2,520
Based on 12 credit hours. Students are responsible for course materials, equipment, and other program-specific requirements. 

FALL 2020 HEADCOUNT BY INTENT

Associate Degree  10,037
Earn a Certificate 760
Earn Credits for Transfer  3,042
Improve Job Skills  533
Personal Enrichment  152
Did Not Respond 275
Total   14,799

FALL 2020 STUDENT CHARACTERISTICS

Male  40.6%
Female  59.4%
American Indian or Alaskan Native 0.8%
Asian    4.5%
Black or African American  7.3%
Hispanic or Latino Origin  63.1%
International  0.6%
Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander  0.1%
White  22.8%
Unknown or Not Reported  0.8%
17-under  17.6%
18-21  45.1%
22-34  30.0%
35-49  6.2%
50-over  1.1%
Average age    22.4

FALL 2020 STUDENT ATTENDANCE

Full-time  13.5% 
Part-time  86.5% 
Average Class size  19.6
Student/Faculty Ratio*    35:1

FALL 2019-SUMMER 2020 GRADUATES BY CREDENTIAL

Associate of Applied Science  801
Associate of Arts     762
Associate of Arts in Teaching  93
Associate of Science  254
Level 2 Certificate of Technology  450
Certificate of Technology  235
Occupational Certificate  205
Advanced Technical Certificate 38

Total Credentials

 2,838

Transfers to Four-Year Institutions 1,170

 

FACULTY AND PERSONNEL*

Administrators**  122
Faculty***  1,472
Full-time support staff  694
Total  2,288
*Faculty duplicated College-wide (includes Maritime)
**Includes deans and directors
*** Full-time and part-time. Part-time numbers based on having worked in the last nine months.

 

ACCREDITATION

San Jacinto College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate and bachelor's degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of San Jacinto College.

An Equal Opportunity Institution

LOCATION

5800 Uvalde Road
Houston, TX 77049

NORTH CAMPUS ADMINISTRATION

Dr. Laurel Williamson, Deputy Chancellor and College President
Dr. Alexander Okwonna, Provost
Ms. Joanna Zimmerman, Associate Vice Chancellor, Student Services
Dr. Teddy Farias, Dean, Health and Natural Sciences
Ms. Clare Iannelli, Dean, Compliance and Judicial Affairs
Ms. Mini Izaguirre, Dean, Administration
Ms. Tami Kelly, Dean, Student Development
Mr. Kevin R. McKisson, Dean, Enrollment Services/College Registrar
Ms. Heather Rhodes, Dean, Business and Technology
Mr. Shawn Silman, Dean, Liberal Arts
Dr. Anne Dickens, Director, Dual Credit
Ms. Lyn Garner, Director, Library
Mr. Mareo Henderickson, Director, Educational Planning, Counseling, and Completion
Ms. Erika Hernandez, Director, Student Success Center
Mr. Don Spies, Director, Campus/Evening/Weekend Services 
Dr. Eddie Weller, Director, Honors Program

SERVICE AREA

Galena Park, Channelview, Sheldon and a portion of Humble independent school districts

Updated Oct. 2020 • Fall 2020 preliminary data

TUITION AND FEES

   Per credit hour  Total
In-district  $78  $936
Out-of-district  $135  $1,620
Out-of-state  $210  $2,520
Based on 12 credit hours. Students are responsible for course materials, equipment, and other program-specific requirements.

FALL 2020 HEADCOUNT BY INTENT

Earn Associate Degree  7,880
Earn Certificate     756
Earn Credits for Transfer  2,364
Improve Job Skills     373
Personal Enrichment      89
Did Not Respond     236
Total  11,698

FALL 2020 STUDENT CHARACTERISTICS

Male  38.1%
Female  61.9%
American Indian or Alaskan Native   0.6%
Asian 3.3%
Black or African American 11.9%
Hispanic or Latino Origin  66.0%
International 0.6%
Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander    0.1%
White 16.6%
Unknown or Not Reported  0.8%
17-under  21.0%
18-21  44.1%
22-34  27.2%
35-49  6.3%
50-over  1.4%
Average age    22.2

FALL 2020 STUDENT ATTENDANCE

Full-time  10.2%
Part-time 89.8%
Average Class size  20.8
Student/Faculty Ratio   37:1

FALL 2019-SUMMER 2020 GRADUATES BY DEGREE/CERTIFICATE

Associate of Applied Science 317
Associate of Arts   461
Associate of Arts in Teaching 52
Associate of Science  167
Level 2 Certificate of Technology  164
Certificate of Technology  497
Occupational Certificate 270
Total degrees / certificates   1,928
Transfers to 4-year institutions  684

FACULTY AND PERSONNEL*

Administrators**  122
Faculty*** 1,472
Full-time support staff  694
Total  2,288
*Faculty duplicated College-wide (includes Maritime)
**Includes deans and directors
*** Full-time and part-time. Part-time numbers based on having worked in the last nine months.

ACCREDITATION

San Jacinto College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate and bachelor's degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of San Jacinto College.

An Equal Opportunity Institution

LOCATION

13735 Beamer Road
Houston, Texas 77089

SOUTH CAMPUS ADMINISTRATION

Dr. Laurel Williamson, Deputy Chancellor and College President
Dr. Aaron Knight, Provost
Ms. Joanna Zimmerman, Associate Vice Chancellor, Student Services
Dr. Kimberly DeLauro, Dean, Liberal Arts
Dr. Joseph Hébert, Dean, Administration
Ms. Clare Iannelli, Dean, Compliance and Judicial Affairs
Mr. Ross Kelsey, Director, Campus/Evening/Weekend Services
Mr. Kevin R. McKisson, Dean, Enrollment Services/College Registrar
Mr. Kevin Morris, Dean, Business and Technology
Ms. Debbie Smith, Dean, Student Development
Dr. Christopher Wild, Dean, Health and Natural Sciences
Ms. Tanesha Antoine, Director, Educational Planning, Counseling, and Completion
Dr. Eddie Weller, Director, Honors Program
Mr. Richard McKay, Director, Library
Ms. Diana Shokralla, Director, Student Success Center
Ms. Kristen Ross, Director, Dual Credit

SERVICE AREA

Pasadena Independent School District and a portion of Clear Creek ISD.

Updated Oct. 2020 • Fall 2020 preliminary data

TUITION AND FEES

   Per credit hour  Total
In-district  $78  $936
Out-of-district  $135  $1,620
Out-of-state  $210  $2,520
Based on 12 credit hours. Students are responsible for course materials, equipment, and other program-specific requirements.

FALL 2020 HEADCOUNT BY INTENT

Earn Associate Degree  8,642
Earn Certificate  573
Earn Credits for Transfer  3,274
Improve Job Skills  352
Seeking Personal Enrichment    116
Did Not Respond  226
Total       13,183

FALL 2020 STUDENT CHARACTERISTICS

Male  37.8%
Female  62.2%
American Indian or Alaskan Native 0.6%
Asian  9.6%
Black or African American 10.3%
Hispanic or Latino Origin  54.9%
International  1.3%
Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander    0.1%
White 21.7%
Unknown or Not Reported 1.3%
17-under  15.9%
18-21  46.1%
22-34  30.5%
35-49  6.5%
50-over  1.0%
Average age    22.5%

FALL 2020 STUDENT ATTENDANCE

Full-time     14.9%
Part-time 85.1%
Average Class size    21.8
Student/Faculty Ratio  34:1

FALL 2019-SUMMER 2020 GRADUATES BY DEGREE / CERTIFICATE

Associate of Applied Science   275
Associate of Arts   771
Associate of Arts in Teaching 101
Associate of Science    358
Level 2 Certificate of Technology 115
Certificate of Technology  239
Occupational Certificate 116
Advanced Technical Certificate 1
Total degrees / certificates 1,976
Transfer to 4-year institutions  1,350

FACULTY AND PERSONNEL*

Administrators**  122
Faculty***  1,472
Full-time support staff  694
Total 2,288
*Faculty duplicated College-wide (includes Maritime)
**Includes deans and directors
*** Full-time and part-time. Part-time numbers based on having worked in the last nine months.

ACCREDITATION

San Jacinto College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate and bachelor's degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of San Jacinto College.

An Equal Opportunity Institution

LOCATION

13455 Lockwood Rd.
Houston, TX 77044

GENERATION PARK ADMINISTRATION

Dr. Laurel Williamson, Deputy Chancellor and College President
Dr. Destry Dokes, Executive Director
Dr. Kelly Mizell, Director, Instructional Services
Ms. Sonia Townsend, Director, Student Services

SERVICE AREA

Sheldon and portions of Humble independent school districts.

Updated Oct. 2020 • Fall 2020 preliminary data

TUITION AND FEES

   Per credit hour  Total
In-district  $78  $936
Out-of-district   $135  $1,620
Out-of-state  $210  $2,520
Based on 12 credit hours. Students are responsible for course materials, equipment, and other program-specific requirements. 

ACCREDITATION

San Jacinto College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate and bachelor's degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of San Jacinto College.

An Equal Opportunity Institution