Counseling Center Forms
Students who are on Probation, Continued Probation or Reinstated Dismissed academic standing must schedule a counseling appointment and submit an Academic Progress Report by week 10 of each semester until they return to Good Standing.
Dismissal Appeal (Spring/Fall)
Students who are subject to dismissal may request an appeal of dismissal through the Counseling Center by the stated deadline prior to the beginning of the following semester.
Students who are required to submit verification of the completion of the CSU and/or IGETC General Education patters to their transfer institution may request a CSU or IGETC certification through the Counseling Center.
Students who have completed a prerequisite course at another college or university may request a single semester prerequisite override through the Counseling Center with an unofficial copy of all transcripts.
Students are exempt from Orientation and Counseling/Advisement if they:
- I have graduated with an Associate degree or higher from a regionally accredited institution. Must provide a copy of transcripts as documentation of degree attainment.
- I have enrolled at the college for a reason other than career development or advancement, transfer, attainment of a degree or certificate of achievement, or completion of a basic skills or English as a Second Language course sequence.
- I have earned 60 units or more from a regionally accredited institution. Must provide a copy of transcripts as documentation of units earned from another institution.
- I am enrolled at Mt. SAC solely to take a course that is legally mandated for employment as defined in section 55000 or necessary in response to a significant change in industry or licensure standings.
- I am enrolled as a special admit student pursuant to Education Code section 76001.
Students may enroll in up 18 units in each semester and up to 7 units in summer/winter session. Student who have completed a minimum of 15 units in a given semester with a grade point average of at least 3.0 and have a minimum cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0 may petition for permission to enroll in units above the maximum.
Students who have earned 100 or more degree applicable units and lose priority registration may request an appeal through the Counseling Center.
Special Admit Packet for Spring 2018 will be available in January 2018.
The Special Admit program is designed for high school juniors and seniors who would benefit from taking advanced scholastic or vocational work at Mt. San Antonio College.
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