Sit and relax as our vans whisk you away on a tour of the entire 420-acre campus. Guided by campus leaders, this tour will simply amaze you as you see the many new state-of-the-art facilities and the beauty of the manicured landscape. You’ll be surprised at the size and scope of this place you used to call home! Okay, time won’t permit you to see all 420 acres, but we’ll do the best we can!
Rather walk than ride? No problem! Join us by foot for a peak at a few of the campus landmarks: Founders Hall, the Arts Complex, the Natural Sciences Complex, the Performing Arts Complex, and our latest and greatest gem, the Design Technology Center.
Want to catch up on what’s happening at Mt. SAC and where it’s heading in the future? Then don’t miss the State of the College presentation by none other than Mt. SAC President & CEO Dr. Bill Scroggins. Being a former chemistry professor, he might even answer a couple of your tough chemistry questions during the Q&A session to follow.
Over 1,500 Mt. SAC astronomy students. Over 3,000 kids from local schools. And now you! See why so many have become “star-struck” with our state-of-the-art planetarium and the incredible shows about our universe (running throughout the day). Mt. SAC is one of the nation’s few community colleges that owns and operates a planetarium.
See and hear how the Mt. SAC campus has undergone a major physical makeover over time at this interesting presentation by our facilities planning guru, Gary Nellesen. He and his team will also give us a sneak peak at what the campus will look like within the next 10 years.
Mt. SAC’s Wildlife Sanctuary is a 10-acre protected and cultivated preserve for the trees, shrubs and flowers that once grew in abundance here. It was also used by birds and other animals as a migratory refuge and breeding ground.
Come cheer on the Mountie Women as they battle Cerritos College and compete for a state championship. Game time is at 3:00 p.m. at the Soccer Stadium.
We’ve hand-picked a few departments who will open their doors and welcome our visiting alumni. You can visit your former department and get updated, meet current students, and visit with current and retired faculty members.
Are you a former Mountie athlete? Make it your “goal” to “race” over to the Athletics Division building for a special “reception” of Mounties past and present. Enjoy punch and cookies (um, make that Gatorade and power bars!) and then cheer on the Women’s Soccer team in their match against Cerritos College.