Surrounded by monuments of history, industries and maritime enterprises of today, and the space age of tomorrow, San Jacinto College has been helping students succeed for more than 50 years. With four campuses close to home or work, we serve more than 30,000 students, all of whom benefit from a student support system that maps out a pathway for success. Accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, San Jacinto College is committed to being a leader in educational
excellence, employing top-notch instructors and providing state-of-the-art facilities. Students can choose from a number of options to propel them into a career or transfer to a four-year university. From associate degrees to technical certificates, San Jac is flexible to suit the needs of every student and their individual goals. San Jacinto College is powerfully connected to the business communities throughout Houston. This gives our students big opportunities in the hottest industries, from aerospace to healthcare, energy to education, IT to international commerce. San Jac stays on top of emerging careers and adds new programs to meet these needs. Recent additions include degrees in Occupational Therapist Assistant and Invasive Cardiovascular Technology.
San Jac recognizes the importance of maritime careers to the city of Houston and its economy. The new Maritime Technology and Training Center opened in 2016 to accommodate the growing need for skilled mariners across the region and provide students with United States Coast Guard-approved and internationally-recognized
In addition to quality education, San Jac provides a lively college experience, complete with competitive athletics, renowned arts and entertainment, and active student organizations.
Beamer Street • 281-998-6150 – West of I-45, the South Campus serves the Pasadena Independent School District and a portion of Clear Creek ISD.
Lee College, Baytown • 281-425-5611 – Lee College’s main campus occupies 40 acres near downtown Baytown. The school has an enrollment of over 9,000 total students, with approximately 5,800 of them enrolled full-time.