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Personal Support

No matter what you’re going through, you can rely on San Jac to support every part of who you are. Find what you need. Take what you’d like. Donate what you can. Browse our support programs and resources available to the entire San Jacinto College community. 

Financial Support in Three Ways

  1. Housing & Finance Support

    Connect with resources and organizations that can help you find housing, get emergency support, and improve your financial literacy.

  2. Child Care

    Early childhood education makes a difference. Learn about San Jac’s on-campus childcare centers and childcare funding assistance programs.

  3. Food & Clothing Resources

    San Jac offers programs that help students in need of access to hot meals, groceries, and warm clothes.

Personalized Support for Your Situation

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At San Jacinto College, you can trust you’re receiving a premier education that’s affordable. We’re an Aspen Institute top 10 school and our faculty and staff are here to support you every step of the way.
Foster Care
Foster care liaisons help foster care students transition to college and apply for benefits. Learn more about our liaison program and find a mentor to guide you through the transition.
Pregnant & Parenting Student Resources

Pregnant & Parenting Student Resources

San Jacinto College wants to make sure students who are pregnant or taking care of a child have the support they need to do well in school. If you are expecting a baby, having health issues before or after the baby arrives, or if you need help with parenting, our Student Services team is here to assist you. If you have questions, concerns, or need accommodations, please email You can also call Student Support Services at 281-998-6350, ext. 1653.

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Need a safe space to study? Looking to meet your classmates for a group project? Just want a space for good conversation with peers? Our iConnect Centers are your go-to place!

Visit an iConnect Center

Liaison Officer

HB 1361 requires each institution to designate at least one employee of the institution to act as a liaison officer for current or incoming students at the institution who are the parent or guardian of a child younger than 18 years of age. The liaison officer is responsible for providing the students with information regarding support services and other resources available to them at the institution. Please do not hesitate to contact the Parent Liaison Officer should you need to.
Sharif Haj-Muhammad
(281) 998-6150x3808