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MSJC Nursing Program to Expand Enrollment, Addressing Critical Nursing Shortage

MSJC Nursing Program to Expand Enrollment, Addressing Critical Nursing Shortage

Mt. San Jacinto College (MSJC) is pleased to announce a significant expansion of its Nursing program to address California's critical shortage of nurses. Following a rigorous full program review by the California Board of Nursing, authorization was granted on May 23, 2024, to increase the program's annual enrollment from 48 to 72 students.

MSJC Celebrates GED Earners

MSJC Celebrates GED Earners

Mt. San Jacinto College (MSJC) celebrated Adult Education students on May 16, 2024 for earning their GED at the college this year.

CalWORKs Graduation and Student Recognition Celebration

CalWORKs Graduation and Student Recognition Celebration

MSJC CalWORKs hosted a Graduation and Student Recognition Celebration Wednesday, May 1, 2024, providing an opportunity to acknowledge students' remarkable achievements and celebrate their success with their families.

MSJC celebrates graduating Latinx students at the annual Raza Scholars Celebration

MSJC celebrates graduating Latinx students at the annual Raza Scholars Celebration

Mt. San Jacinto College's Office of Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSI) & Latinx Affairs hosted the college's annual Raza Scholars Celebration to honor the success of graduating Latinx students. This bilingual and bicultural celebration gathered families, friends, and community members together to honor graduates. The joyful event was held on May 13 at the San Jacinto Campus.

MSJC Puente Program celebrates achievements of students at End of Year Celebrations

MSJC Puente Program celebrates achievements of students at End of Year Celebrations

The Puente Program held celebrations at Soboba Casino Resort on May 7 and the Menifee Valley Campus on May 9 to commemorate the achievements of students in the program, recognizing Puente grads and transfer students for completing the year-long program. Many faculty, staff, former and current Puentistas, and guests attended the celebration and shared the positive impact of Puente, a program that has improved the college-going rate of California's educationally and underrepresented students.