Stories and Features
Apollo 7 pilot and HMNS anthropology curator will debate severity of climate change: San Jacinto College to host climate change debate
Cunningham and Van Tuerenhout featured guest debaters on Feb. 23 at the San Jacinto College South Campus
Board of Trustees calls for May election
Election Day is Saturday, May 6, 2017
San Jacinto College presents variety of Black History Month events
San Jacinto College presents a variety of events throughout February in observance of Black History Month.
San Jacinto College one of 12 colleges to participate in national credentialing program for retail workers
More than 1,200 workers expected to enroll in program
Nine people become CNAs thanks to funding by Texas Public Education Grant
Nine people took an opportunity to apply for free job training at San Jacinto College, and now it’s paying off.
Ancient stone tools come to life in Lithic exhibition: Houston Museum of Natural Science brings interactive exhibit to San Jacinto College
"Stone tools are the first step in a long chain of technological advances leading up to our modern, tech-driven world."
Caldwell appointed to lead police department
New chief brings more than 30 years of experience to the position
San Jacinto College and Pasadena ISD to host Family Engagement Academy
The Community Education Center of San Jacinto College and Pasadena Independent School District have partnered to host the Third Annual Family Engagement Academy on Jan. 10, 2017.
Yoga and career coaching among free workshops at Community Education Center
It’s a new year, and the Community Education Center at San Jacinto College wants help fulfill those resolutions by offering career coaching ...
167 new ADN students graduate to enter Houston’s health care industry
Approximately 167 San Jacinto College students became nurses this fall after receiving their associate degrees in nursing (ADN).
Dr. Rachel Garcia selected as Minnie Piper nominee
Chemistry professor turned department chair is known for her advocacy of students in and out of the classroom
Lifelong goals accomplished, lifelong friendships celebrated at commencement
Gina Luna, CEO of Luna Strategies, served as commencement speaker and left some parting words of advice to the approximate 900 students who participated in the commencement ceremony.
$26,000 donation to benefit industrial technology students: Covestro LLC establishes endowment with San Jacinto College Foundation
Covestro LLC supports student success with their donation toward San Jacinto College industrial technology student scholarships
Register now for Spring semester at San Jacinto College
Classes begin Jan. 17; Weekend College starts Feb. 3
Nursing students give back through Star of Hope donation
Several nursing students from Professor Maria Miranda’s mental health nursing class recently gathered at Star of Hope to give back this holiday season.
Million dollar scholarship endowment completed: San Jacinto College Foundation reaches $1 million goal
"This legacy will provide scholarships for local students who will be the future leaders of our community."
Golf tournament raises $245,000 for scholarships: Phelps honored with Lifetime Legacy Award
John and Wynell Phelps have been supporters of the Foundation since 1997, giving more than $100,000 in personal gifts and corporate matching funds.
G & H Towing opens dock at the Maritime Technology and Training Center on the Maritime Campus
The San Jacinto College Maritime Technology and Training Center on the Maritime Campus now features a dock for industry crew changes and student training, thanks to a partnership with G & H Towing.
See to Succeed events assist 3,429 school children
Hundreds of eye care professionals volunteered for two See to Succeed events this fall to help 3,429 school children obtain free eye exams and glasses.
WWII veteran fights a different front: Dr. Westbrook advocates for quality educational access
WWII veteran Dr. B.J. Westbrook recounts some of his wartime experiences and why education is so important.