January 17, 2018
Students Allen Villena, Lani Rosalez and Lycrea Keys were able to get all of the classes they needed at Mt. San Jacinto College.
They are among the 16,448 students who headed to one of MSJC’s five locations on Jan. 17, 2018 – the first day of the spring semester.
There is still time to register for classes at MSJC. The college will offer “late-start” classes that begin in the coming weeks.
Seats are open in a variety of classes students need to transfer to four-year universities, complete their associate degrees or earn career certificates.
MSJC serves more than 26,000 students a year from five locations:
the San Jacinto Campus, Menifee Valley Campus, San Gorgonio Pass Campus, the Temecula Education Complex and the Temecula Higher Education Center.
San Jacinto resident Allen Villena attends MSJC’s San Jacinto Campus for the second time.
Lani Rosalez of Temecula attends MSJC for the first time to complete her GED in 2018 and pursue a degree in nursing.
Lycrea Keys of Banning is in her second semester at MSJC’s San Gorgonio Pass Campus. She said she got all of her classes; psychology, math, and English, at the campus on Sunset and Westward avenues in Banning.