Take your first step toward success at San Jac! Students of all kinds start the application process here – and you have the help of our team, every step of the way.

What Best Describes You?

If you have any questions about the admissions process, our programs, or how to register for classes, our outreach advisors will give you one-on-one assistance. Contact us at 281-998-6150 or admissions@sjcd.edu to learn more.
First Time Student

First Time Entering College

I am a high school graduate or have high school equivalency, and I’ve never attended college. I may have completed dual credit classes at another college or university.

Transfer Student

Transfer Student

I’m transferring from another Texas-based college or coming to San Jac from an out-of-state school.
Returning Student

Returning Student

It’s been at least two semesters since I attended San Jac. Now, I’m ready to gain readmission to enroll again.
Dual Credit Student

Dual Credit Student

I’m a high school student who wants to earn both high school and college credits simultaneously.
Female Promise student smiling with backpack

Promise Student

I'm a graduating high school senior who lives in the Channelview, Deer Park, La Porte, Galena Park, Pasadena, or Sheldon school districts. 
 International Student

International Student

I’m an international student coming to San Jac from my home country or transferring from another school. I may also be in the U.S. as an undocumented immigrant.
Continuing Education Student

Continuing Education Student

I want to take continuing education and professional development classes without earning credit hours to give me a career boost or to explore new interests.
Student

Special Approval

I may not be 18 or have a high school degree yet, but I’m interested in taking classes at San Jac.
Veteran

Veterans

I am a U.S.  military veteran who served honorably and is interested in attending San Jac, or I’m the spouse or dependent of a veteran.

 

What to Do After You’ve Enrolled

Welcome to San Jac! Here are your first steps to settling in.
  1. Get a Student ID Card

    Just 24 hours after you’ve paid your tuition, you can get your ID card from any admissions office. This ID will allow you to complete your next steps.

  2. Get a Parking Permit

    Visit any Business Office to get a parking permit. Be sure to bring your student ID or state-issued ID, San Jac ID number, and license plate number.

  3. Buy Textbooks

    Campus bookstores sell everything you need: textbooks, supplies, study guides, electronics, and more. You can even shop for textbooks online or sell them back for cash at the end of the semester.

  4. Set Up Your Email

    As an official San Jac student, you’ll get access to our email service – and, of course, your own San Jac email address. 

Need Help?

We’ve got you covered. Contact an admissions advisor to get help with an application, explore financial aid options, or learn how to register for classes. If you’ve completed an application and want an update on your status, contact an admissions advisor at admissions@sjcd.edu or 281-998-6150.

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