MSJC's Summer School Helps Students Achieve Goals

April 6, 2015

Mt. San Jacinto College will help students reach their educational goals sooner by providing a host of high-demand classes during Summer 2015.

MSJC is planning flexible and convenient times and locations for summer classes, saving students time and money because they won’t have to travel far for classes. Summer classes will be available in all quarters of the district: at the San Gorgonio Pass Campus, the San Jacinto Campus, the Menifee Valley Campus and in Temecula.

More than 250 classes will be open. MSJC will hold day and at night classes and students can choose from online and on-ground offerings. In addition, MSJC will offer two summer sessions. The eight-week session starts on June 8th. The six-week session starts on June 22nd.

MSJC understands what students need to achieve their goals, so students can expect to see Basic Skills classes and those that help students transfer to four-year universities. MSJC’s summer session will offer math, English and other high-demand courses.

Summer is a great time for students interested a Business Degree to complete the requirements for the Business Degree Program, a joint offering through MSJC and Cal State San Marcos at Temecula. The program offers a four-year pathway to earn a bachelor’s degree in business. Students in the program will earn an associate’s degree from MSJC in two years and transition right into Cal State San Marcos to earn their bachelor’s in another two years. All courses in the Business Degree Program with CSUSM are offered at MSJC’s Temecula Higher Education Complex.

New students must submit their applications for Summer School. Registration for classes begins in late April. Students should make an appointment with a counselor to create individualized education plans, which keeps them on track to earn a degree, transfer or earn a career certificate.

Tuition at MSJC is only $46 per unit. The fee is waived for high school students who wish to attend MSJC. The MSJC Financial Aid offices can also help students determine if they qualify for aid.

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