What is a typical San Jacinto Community College student like? Describe the type of person that should attend San Jacinto Community College.

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Anonymous, Student, San Jacinto Community College, Class of 2018

Many San Jacinto Community College students are local kids looking for two years of credit before moving on to a larger school, or local workers seeking certificates or other job training.

Anonymous, Student, San Jacinto Community College, Class of 2020

A typical San Jacinto student is someone who is determined to have a successful life even if they aren't sure what that means to them yet. A person who wants to attend San Jacinto college knows that education is the most important foundation for their career and goals. For many people, San Jacinto college is the building block that efficiently prepares them for the best future that they can have.

Anonymous, Student, San Jacinto Community College, Class of 2018

A typical day at San Jacinto college is both fast paced as it is fun and exciting. The classes are very informative and engrossing. Someone who is really laid back and yet at the same time still needs somewhat of a challenge should attend San Jacinto community college

Anonymous, Student, San Jacinto Community College, Class of 2019

Most students on campus are not sure of what exactly they are going to do with there life. When asked what they are doing the most common answer is "just getting my basics". So the best way to describe the students at San Jacinto Community College is confused but ambitious.

Anonymous, Student, San Jacinto Community College, Class of 2019

I feel like a typical student there is outgoing and enthusiastic about school there at san jac. Students there are very involved with all the school activities.

Anonymous, Student, San Jacinto Community College, Class of 2019

The type of student that should attend San Jacinto College is someone that is willing to work hard and is looking for a good local community college to start at.

Anonymous, Student, San Jacinto Community College, Class of 2015

A TYPICAL SAN JAC STUDENT IS SMART BECAUSE THEY TAKE ADVANTAGE OF GOING TO A COMMUNITY COLLEGE AND TAKING THE SAME CLASSES THAT COULD BE TAKEN AT A FOUR YEAR UNIVERSITY FOR LESS.

Anonymous, Student, San Jacinto Community College, Class of 2017

A typical student at San Jacinto would be someone who is working full time and still trying to improve themselves by attending. They may even have children that looks up to them, so that would be a lot of there motivation. By saying this, I am basically saying someone who attends San Jacinto should be hard working. A special someone who wont let nothing stop them from improving their self and receiving there education.

Anonymous, Student, San Jacinto Community College, Class of 2017

Students looking for an affordable door to a better life. All ages and types are welcomed and provide for a robust campus experience. Classes are just small enough to know your instructor yet large enough to ensure that collegiate experience of sharing educational burden with the crowd.

Anonymous, Student, San Jacinto Community College, Class of 2017

Typical students from San Jacinto College could be anyone from your average fresh out of high school student to an elderly person who just wants to refresh on the new topics or keep their mind sharp. There really is no typical person because the college is for anyone who just wants to better themselves.

Anonymous, Student, San Jacinto Community College, Class of 2015

A San Jac student is anyone that wants to go to school but may not be able to attend a big university just yet. Most people are fresh out of high school and are not quite ready to take that big jump.

Anonymous, Student, San Jacinto Community College, Class of 2018

what is a typical San Jacinto Community college student like? Theirs no typical college student every ones different and all students are just trying to reach their goals in becoming successful in the future. Along with working hard and staying up late nights studying for their tests. The typical person that should attend San Jacinto College is anyone who wants to save money or their financial need for university didn't meet up. Many students that attend are going to transfer to university in which they save money going to san jac because the money they saved they now have the financial aid to go to a university. Therefore theirs really no type of person because everyone has their own reason why they are attending.

Anonymous, Student, San Jacinto Community College, Class of 2016

San Jacinto College students are dedicated individuals. Although many students are focused on achieving their basics in order to transfer or start a career in their respective fields. San Jacinto students are helpful and friendly and are all working together to achieve the best they can.

Anonymous, Student, San Jacinto Community College, Class of 2017

The typical San Jacinto student is looking to transfer to a 4 year college. Most students are young and straight out of high school. The type of person that should attend San Jacinto is someone ready to be independent.

Anonymous, Student, San Jacinto Community College, Class of 2016

The typical San Jacinto Community College student is smart, and serious about their education. The type of person that should attend my school should be hard working, and self motivated and self sufficient.

Anonymous, Student, San Jacinto Community College, Class of 2016

The type of person that should apply to San Jacinto College is someone who is driven to hard work by studying well, someone who doesn't like procrastinating on tasks. A student who knows how to communicate well with others and someone who would at least speak their minds in the classroom.

Anonymous, Student, San Jacinto Community College, Class of 2017

A San Jacinto student is a person who is looking to transfer to a four year college ain order to further their career after recieving their associates degree.

Anonymous, Student, San Jacinto Community College, Class of 2018

The typical student at San Jacinto is someone that is either trying to get basics before transferring out, or is someone that is trying to get an associate's degree but doesn't have the time to go to university.

Anonymous, Student, San Jacinto Community College, Class of 2017

The typical San Jac student is someone who desires to stay close to home while at the same time saves some money, someone who wants to improve their GPA and someone who feels they are not close to the next step (attending a University) so they take the next best step (a community college) to prepare them to the future.

Anonymous, Student, San Jacinto Community College, Class of 2015

The typical San Jacinto Community College student is friendly and motivated. We have a variety of students ranging from high school students here for dual credit to working people attending at night to complete a degree. We also have an early college high school on campus.

Anonymous, Student, San Jacinto Community College, Class of 2015

In the music school, most (not all) are driven, talented, intelligent. Most have aspirations for bigger things.

Anonymous, Student, San Jacinto Community College, Class of 2015

San Jacinto College is specially for those who are highly focused and ambitious. The students who want to excel in the nursing field should consider getting into this college. It also offers many courses for the students who are planning to attend four year college. It is a college where one finds people from all walks of life. The school also encourages students who are parents and want their kids to be taken care of while they are studying. It has a day care facility for those parents who have decided to pursue their education. It offers financial aid to the students to prevent any sort of interruption in their studies due to financial problems.

Anonymous, Student, San Jacinto Community College, Class of 2015

A typical San Jacinto student has ambition and goals. A type of person to attend San Jacinto Community College should be persistent, hard working, and goal oriented to achieve an Associate's or transfer to a four year university.

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