President Bill Scroggins is the recent recipient of the Atta Bear award, which was given to him by the VOICES Committee for his ongoing support of employee recognition.
Mt. SAC strives to provide as safe a campus environment as possible in conjunction with the college’s Department of Police and Campus Safety, Student Life, Risk Management, Health Services, and Marketing and Communications.
Mt. SAC will offer a variety of late start credit classes for the spring semester with most classes beginning Monday, Apr. 23.
The campus will be closed in observation of Presidents' Day on Friday, Feb. 16 (Lincoln's birthday) and Monday, Feb. 19, (Washington's birthday). Mt. SAC's spring semester begins Monday, Feb. 26.
Mt. SAC recently bought the 48th District Agricultural Association building (F10) for $420,000.
Mt. SAC will host the 3rd Annual High School Honor Band concert, Band-o-rama, on Saturday, Feb. 10, at 7:30 p.m., in the Clarke Theater.
Mt. SAC computer facilities coordinator Bill Rawlings was recently appointed to the California Community Colleges Board of Governors by Gov. Jerry Brown.
The Associated Students are sponsoring a Jan. 23 & 24 campus blood drive through the American Red Cross.
Nominations for the 14th Annual Inspiring Women Awards are now being accepted through Friday, Feb. 9.
Mt. SAC Trustee Rosanne Bader was recognized for her year of service as president of the college's Board of Trustees at the board's Jan. 10 meeting.