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
Mr. Van Wigginton, Provost, Central Campus
Mrs. Teri Zamora, Vice Chancellor, Fiscal Affairs
WHO WE SERVE
San Jacinto College serves the communities of East Harris County, Texas. The College taxing district, located in-district, includes Channelview, Deer Park, Galena Park, La Porte, Pasadena, and Sheldon ISDs, in addition to portions of Pearland and Humble ISDs. The service area, located out-of-district, also incorporates the Harris County portion of Clear Creek ISD.
CITIES WE SERVE IN-DISTRICT
CITIES WE SERVE OUT-OF-DISTRICT
|Taylor Lake Village
* 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
Generation Park Campus
REVENUE (FY 2021)
|Unrestricted Operating Revenue|
|Maintenance and Operations Taxes||$73,800,000|
|Total Unrestricted Operating Budget||$184,723,554|
|Total Restricted Revenue||$173,408,946|
|Debt Services Taxes||$36,056,758|
TUITION AND FEES
|Per credit hour||Total|
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 Jan. 2022 • Fall 2021
2021 FALL ENROLLMENT
|Central (includes Maritime)||15,149||47.9%|
FALL 2021 STUDENT HEADCOUNT BY INTENT
*Unduplicated College-wide: Cross campus enrolled students are only counted once for College-wide purposes.
|Earn Associate Degree||21,625|
|Earn Credits for Transfer||6,009|
|Improve Job Skills||1,134|
|Seek Personal Enrichment||284|
|Did Not Respond||516|
FALL 2021 STUDENT CHARACTERISTICS
|American Indian or Alaskan Native||0.6%|
|Black or African American||10.0%|
|Hispanic or Latino Origin||64.2%|
|Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander||0.1%|
|Unknown or Not Reported||1.0%|
FALL 2021 STUDENT ATTENDANCE
|Average Class size*||20.7|
*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 2020-SUMMER 2021 GRADUATES BY CREDENTIALS
|Associate of Applied Science||1,483|
|Associate of Arts||
|Associate of Arts in Teaching||325|
|Associate of Science||825|
|Certificate of Technology||1,053|
|Level 2 Certificate of Technology||729|
|Bachelor of Science in Nursing||20|
|Transfers to 4-year institutions||2,905|
FACULTY AND PERSONNEL*
|Full-time support staff||839|
*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.
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