Student Services at MSJC
Mt. San Jacinto College provides a variety of services to ensure student success. Please use the helpful links below to view information about many of the services you can take advantage of while enrolled at MSJC.
The Accommodation Service Center (formerly Disabled Students Programs & Services) assists students with disabilities in gaining maximum access to college curriculum and programs. If you have a disability, you may be referred to the ASC by a counselor, community agency, parent, high school, an instructor or through self-referral. The ASC ensures you receive appropriate and reasonable accommodations and support services, provided you submit an application, have your disability verified and participate in an intake interview.
The Athletic Department at MSJC supports student-athletes in completing their application for admission, on-line orientation, assessment, counseling, enrollment services, financial aid, EOPS, ASC, ASB, career and transfer, CCCAA rules and eligibility, and NCAA rules and regulations. Additionally, the department is expanding its Student Athlete Support Program, including its Athletic Counseling services, Student Athlete Summer Bridge Workshops, The Student Athlete Scholars Program, CLASS learning community, College Bound Student Athlete Outreach events, and Yearly Athletic Forum.
Our 100% virtual store offers quick, easy, and worry-free access to all the required course materials for your classes.
The California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids (CalWORKs) offers a variety of services and financial resources to potential and current TANF recipients that can help cover educational and living costs while attending MSJC.
The Career Center promotes the career development of all Mt. San Jacinto College students. The Career Center provides information, resources, services, activities and events to the students, staff, faculty, and administrators of the college interested in personal and career development, educational achievement and lifelong learning, and career management.
Located at the San Jacinto Campus, the CDEC serves as the model lab/demonstration program for the Child Development and Education Department and related disciplines, while proving child care and education services for young children.
CARE is a a supplemental support program of EOPS designed to provide assistance and support for single parent, head of household CalWorks/TANF, EOPS programs.
The Counseling Department provides academic, career, transfer, and personal counseling services to all students of MSJC. Counseling Department services are delivered in person, online through ConexED Cranium Café video and chat services, by telephone, in counseling workshops, and via email.
Eagles Landing is the Center for Student Essentials. This one stop basic needs and resource center provides numerous services, including food, clothing, books and other necessities, to students in need so that they can be successful in their courses.
In addition to general information about MSJC, the Enrollment Services Office initiates the process of verifying enrollment, receiving credit by examination, ordering transcripts and petitioning to enter a class after it begins. Your student academic records, list of courses taken, number of units attempted and earned, grades, grade points, graduation date and other data is also maintained in this office.
Established as a result of Assembly Bill 164 passed by the California Legislature in 1969, the Extended Opportunity Programs & Services (EOPS) works to increase and retain the enrollment of educationally disadvantaged and low-income students. At this office, you will receive individualized attention and support to improve your chances for success in school.
Not all students can afford to pay for college, and your ability to pay should not hinder you from achieving your goals. If you’re in need of financial assistance, the Financial Aid office can provide you with the grant, state, and federal programs available to help students with limited financial resources.
Your first year of college sets the stage for the remainder of your academic career. FYE enhances the first two semesters of your college experience. You will receive support, successfully complete basic skills coursework, and take transferable college level courses that will contribute to the units you need to obtain your degree.
We aim to provide a pathway to a brighter future through innovative, transformative, support services, above and beyond the scope of the college and EOPS for current and alumni foster youth students.
The Honors Enrichment Program fosters close interactions between you and your professors, challenging courses, an interdisciplinary seminar, and guidance from counselors and faculty advisors on which course of studies are the most suitable for transferring and achieving your professional objectives.
The LRCs provide a welcoming and supportive atmosphere where all MSJC students can be empowered. The LRC is here to help students achieve their academic goals and commitment to lifelong learning through diverse and active learning experiences, including collaboration with peers, tutors and MSJC faculty.
The Libraries serve all students across all disciplines and programs, whether on campus or online. The libraries’ primary functions are to provide materials, services, research assistance and library instruction to help students succeed in their academic courses and develop lifelong information literacy.
PALS offers specialized instruction and services to students who are identified as having specific learning disabilities under the California Community College Learning Disability and Eligibility and Services Model (LDESM).
MSJC’s Puente Project provides an academic, counseling, and leadership program that begins every fall and runs through the spring semester. The program is offered to all MSJC students and will prepare you for the university environment through visits to university and college campuses and a multicultural curriculum emphasizing Mexcan-American/Latino experiences and literature.
The Student Health Center is available to assist you in maintaining your physical and mental well-being. The Center provides health services, including consultations, wellness education, mental health counseling and referrals are available to all MSJC students that pay the Student Health Center Fee.
SLDP offers a variety of opportunities to learn and grow, both personally and professionally
through our co-curricular programming. SLDP promotes student success by offering leadership
club and student government participation, as well as participation in the colleges shared
governance decision making process. These activities include but are not limited to participation in
the student government association (SGA), club membership, shared governance committee
representation, Outreach volunteer opportunities, and leadership training.
The Office of Student Judicial Affairs aims to create a safe learning environment for the MSJC campus community and affirm the values of honesty and integrity that are essential to academic life and personal development. All students are expected to read, understand and abide by MSJC’s Student Code of Conduct. If you believe the Student Code of Conduct has been violated, you can file a report with this office.
The Title IX Coordinator is trained to receive and respond to reports from individuals who have experienced, witnessed, or heard about an incident of sex or gender-based misconduct. Making a report to the Title IX Office aids in connecting students and employees who experience an incident with available support, information, and resources.
The Transfer Center provides strong and comprehensive services for students to achieve their educational life goals. The Transfer Center team provides articulation information and quality professional services that are responsive to your individual needs for transfer.
Umoja is a learning community dedicated to the academic success, personal growth, and self-actualization of African-American and other students.
The purpose of this resource is to provide access to students, their families, and the college community information related to resources specifically for DACA, AB540, and Dreamers.
The Veterans Resource Center (VRC) supports the transition and success of our military students by providing services that enhance their academic, career and personal development. The VRC can assist you with navigating the various government educational programs and benefits available to veterans and eligible dependents of deceased or disabled veterans.