Registration Open for Summer School at MSJC

April 18, 2016

register now for summer classes at MSJCRegistration for Summer School 2016 at Mt. San Jacinto College is open now. Students can to select from robust schedule of more than 350 classes.

MSJC has flexible and convenient times and locations for summer classes. Summer classes are available in all quarters of the district: at the San Gorgonio Pass, San Jacinto and Menifee Valley campuses and in Temecula.

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 6. The six-week session starts on June 20.

English, math, basic skills classes and those that help students transfer to four-year universities will be among the courses available. High School Education (HSE, formerly called General Educational Development or GED) and English as a Second Language (ESL) classes will be offered at the San Gorgonio Pass Campus to help students prepare for college courses.

Students interested a business degree can enroll in summer school to complete the requirements for the Business Degree Program, a joint offering through MSJC and California State University 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 into Cal State San Marcos to earn a bachelor’s in another two years.

New students must apply at www.msjc.edu/apply. Current students can visit ea.msjc.edu for registration appointment dates. For HSE and ESL classes, visit www.msjc.edu/ce or call 951-487-3707.

Students should make an appointment with a counselor to create individualized education plans to help them reach educational goals.

Tuition at MSJC is only $46 per unit. The MSJC Financial Aid offices can also help students determine if they qualify for aid.

Visit www.msjc.edu or call 951-487-3311; 951-922-1327; or 951-639-5311 to get started today.