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    MSJC Promise Grant Eligibility UPDATE!

     We are excited to announce that MSJC has made an update to the MSJC Promise Program eligibility requirements for the 2021-2022 academic year. This new change allows for high school students who earned concurrent, dual-enrollment, and/or articulated units from a college other than MSJC to be eligible for the MSJC Promise Program. We are hopeful that this will provide additional opportunities for students to successfully enroll and attend MSJC. 

    For more information on the program and/or eligibility, please check their website at MSJC Promise (Links to an external site.). Should you  have additional questions regarding the program we  encourage you to email finaid@msjc.edu or call 951-465-7891.

     


    High School to College Transition Counseling Sessions- Academic Planning

    During the High School to College Transition Session, you will get all the information you need to start your academic career right, including information on majors, classes to take and how to plan your schedule. You will also create an initial student educational plan.

    Sessions Objectives: Review requirements to complete your educational goal Create your Abbreviated Educational Plan for your first semester Learn how to use Eagle Advisor and Self-Service for class registration Make a valuable connection with MSJC staff and student support Receive important information about resources

     Session Agenda

    ** Students MUST have completed their MSJC Online Applicaiton and use their 7-digit MSJC student ID to register for these sessions. Sessions are 2 hours, please plan accordingly.

     


    MSJC- Online Application Workshop (previously recorded)

    Step-by-Step instructions on how to complete your MSJC Application, Click on the link below!

    Online Application Workshop Video

     


    CSUSM/MSJC Software Engineering Pathway

    MSJC Information

    MSJC Registration Nights

    Virtual Apprenticeship Seminars - MSJC

     

     

     

Last Modified on September 2, 2021