New and Future Students
As a “new student,” Mt. San Antonio College's Accessibility Resource Centers for Students (ACCESS) welcomes you! This section describes the various steps and appointments necessary to enroll at Mt. SAC and to begin receiving ACCESS services.
Complete an Application for Admission to Mt. San Antonio College online at www.cccapply.org
Apply for Financial Aid online at www.fafsa.ed.gov for possible assistance with covering costs of your college education.
Fill out an application for ACCESS services online through the MyACCESS web portal.
At this time, written verification of your disability (PDF )should be brought in, a Release of Information form should be signed and submitted, and an appointment scheduled with a ACCESS Counselor or Instructional Specialist. Students must complete the entire application process and attend the intake appointment for ACCESS eligibility to be determined.
Complete the College Orientation
Students should complete assessment and have test results prior to participating in orientation. To schedule an orientation, please contact the Counseling Center by calling or in person at the Student Services Center. Completion of orientation is required before registering for classes.
Make an appointment with a ACCESS Educational Advisor or Counselor for interpretation of placement test scores and appropriate placement into classes.
- Apply for Financial Aid online at www.fafsa.ed.gov for possible assistance with covering costs of your college education.
Even if you qualify for Financial Aid or your fees are being paid by the Department of Rehabilitation, you must complete the registration process at the Bursar’s office. Fees are due at time of class registration.
Schedule an appointment with a ACCESS Counselor once verification of disability is approved by ACCESS to discuss educational barriers and possible accommodations.
Complete a written request for accommodations (PDF ) each term immediately after registration. Also, check in with your ACCESS Counselor at least 3 times each term discuss current progress, accommodations, and other issues related to your disability and education.
Accessibility Resource Centers for Students
Student Services Building (9B)
Voice: (909) 274-4290; Video Phone: