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Types of Admissions

HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE

Congratulations on graduating from high school and deciding to continue your education at San Jacinto College.  Your next steps are:

  1. Apply to San Jacinto College
  2. Send your high school transcripts to: 
    San Jacinto College
    Student Records Management
    13735 Beamer Road
    Houston, TX 77089
  3. Send or take college readiness assessment(s)
  4. Meet Meningitis requirements, if under 22 years of age
  5. Meet with an admissions advisor
  6. Attend New Student Orientation
  7. Register and Pay for Classes
  8. Get your ID, Books, Parking Pass, and claim your e-mail account

 

HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY

Congratulations on pursuing your high school equivalency.  Depending on which equivalency you have completed your Home School or equivalency transcript may need review.  Keep moving forward.

  1. Apply to San Jacinto College
  2. Send your High School transcripts to: 
    San Jacinto College
    Student Records Management
    13735 Beamer Road
    Houston, TX 77089
  3. Send or take college readiness assessment(s)
  4. Meet Meningitis Requirements, if under 22 years of age
  5. Meet with an admissions advisor
  6. Attend New Student Orientation
  7. Register and Pay for Classes
  8. Get your ID, Books, Parking Pass, and claim your e-mail account

 

COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY TRANSFER

San Jacinto College is a great place to take classes towards your degree.

  1. Apply to San Jacinto College
  2. Send your College transcripts to: 
    San Jacinto College
    Student Records Management
    13735 Beamer Road
    Houston, TX 77089
  3. Meet Meningitis Requirements, if under 22 years of age
  4. Meet with an admissions advisor
  5. Attend New Student Orientation – if less than 11 hours have been completed
  6. Register and Pay for Classes
  7. Get your ID, Books, Parking Pass, and claim your e-mail account

 

INDIVIDUAL APPROVAL

San Jacinto College has open enrollment.  All students are welcome.

  1. Apply to San Jacinto College
  2. Take a college readiness assessment
  3. Meet Meningitis Requirements, if under 22 years of age
  4. Meet with an admissions advisor
  5. Attend New Student Orientation
  6. Register and Pay for Classes
  7. Get your ID, Books, Parking Pass, and claim your e-mail account

 

UNIQUE ADMISSIONS TYPES:

Dual Credit or Early College High School – There is a department dedicated to assisting dual credit and early high school students. 

International

Veterans Success

Accessibility Services

Distance Learning:  You must reside in the state of Texas to take all your courses online.  This link has more information: 

Seniors