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About

Kevin Morris started his educational career in 1985 as an adjunct professor with San Jacinto College in real estate and business. He became a full-time faculty in 1997 and later served as Department Chair of Business and Real Estate for 10 years until 2012. In 2012, Kevin assumed his current position of Dean of Business and Technology for San Jacinto College South Campus where he provides support, guidance and leadership for both workforce and transfer degree and certificate programs.

Mr. Morris received his undergraduate degree from Texas A&M University and completed his graduate studies at University of Houston. He has held several offices and received numerous awards such as:
• The John & Suanne Roueche Excellence Award (Administrator Excellence Award).
• Don Roose Award for Excellence,
• NISOD Excellence Award
• Certified Real Estate Instructor (CREI)
• Distinguished Faculty Level 3
• Paul Harris Fellow
• Scholarship Chairman for North Shore Rotary
• Past President of the Texas Real Estate Teachers Association (TRETA).

Mr. Morris has presented at numerous local, state and national conferences over topics in teaching and learning as well as higher education administration. His passion is educating others and promoting lifelong learning. Although he holds a Texas Real Estate Brokers license and serves as a Dean, he still enjoys the classroom, serving as an adjunct faculty member and helping students see their dreams come to fruition.

Finally, while we have learned that quantifiable success of our community colleges throughout the nation is contingent upon solid partnerships and a shared vision with our students, faculty, and communities, Mr. Morris also understands the importance of having business and industry partners at the table helping to shape this success as well. As a board member for TACTE, he is excited to be in a position to encourage collaboration of this magnitude across the state.