Mt. San Jacinto College Program and Workshop Information

  • Our goal for students interested in enrolling at Mt. San Jacinto College (MSJC), is to have the entire registration process completed prior to graduation. 

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    Reserve your spot for a MSJC workshop TODAY: MSJC Workshop Sign-Up Form

    Please see below for information about upcoming workshops:

    • Career Education Information Workshop
      • Date: March 14th & March 23rd @ 11:50 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. (during Seminar)
      • Description: The MSJC Career Education presentation provides information about the California community college system, why community college is a good choice after high school, and the programs offered in Career Education at MSJC. For students unable to attend this workshop, please watch this pre-recorded presentation:
    • MSJC Virtual Parent/Student Night
      • Date: March 16th and/or March 21st @ 6:00 p.m. (virtual meeting: Zoom Link)
      • Description: This event will provide an opportunity for high school seniors and their families/parents to connect directly with the MSJC experts. What better way to gain additional insight and clarity on the transition from high school to college and a career? All district high schools are invited with the focus on graduating seniors transitioning to college.  
    • MSJC Application and Orientation Workshop
      • Date: March 27th & 30th @ 11:50 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. (during Seminar)
      • Description: Assist students with completing the MSJC application and online orientation. This workshop will also provide general information about MSJC such as First Year Experience, Student Services, Enrollment, Athletics, and clubs.
    • First Year Experience (FYE) Presentation and Application Workshop 
      • Date: April 18th & 21st @ 11:50 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. (during Seminar)
      • Description: Mt. San Jacinto College’s First Year Experience (FYE) Program is designed to make sure students have a smooth transition into college life. We provide first year students with extra support during their first two semesters, so they connect with the college and identify a degree path that leads to faster degree completion or transfer. As a result, students in FYE are more likely to persist to their second year than their fellow-peers. FYE students have access to early registration, MSJC Promise Program eligibility, Summer Bridge, and FYE counselors/mentors.


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Last Modified on March 2, 2023