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Just two years ago, SJCC’s Honors Program only had a handful of members. Today the program counts an impressive 156 active members among its ranks! The program directed by Humanities Dean Ilder Betancourt-Lopez, held its fall luncheon where students learned how to get the most out of the program. They also heard from math professor…
The SJCC Chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society inducted 17 new members this semester with family and friends celebrating the students’ accomplishments. PTK was revived last semester with 40 students inducted. PTK is a national Honors society for community college students who maintain at least a 3.5 GPA, making them eligible for exclusive…
Umoja opened the new Learning Community space in the César E. Chávez Library and Learning Resource Center on Tuesday, September 10, 2019. The new space, which will be shared by other learning communities on campus, is located in L-106 on the first floor of the Learning Resource Center next to the Tutoring and Writing Centers….
Celebrating our first Jag Commitment Day where more than 300 students came to campus to submit applications, enroll in classes, get their student IDs and VTA passes, see counselors, and learn about financial aid opportunities. We’re looking forward to a great fall semester. Go Jags!