In its first week, a campus-wide effort to support Mt. SAC DACA students has raised more than $10,000 in donations, mainly from Mt. SAC faculty, staff and administrators.
The Mt. SAC Art Gallery will kick off its 2017-18 year with an exhibit of works by three Los Angeles artist, “Khôra,” which runs Sept. 21 through Dec. 7 at the Art Gallery. This exhibit is free and open to the public.
As President of Mt. San Antonio College, I recommit our full support of our DACA and Dream students in light of the recent decision of President Trump to rescind President Obama’s Executive Order related to DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals).
Mt. SAC recently ranked 24th in the nation among colleges awarding associate degrees to minority students in 2017, according to "Diverse: Issues in Higher Education" magazine.
For the 23rd consecutive year, the Child Development Center at Mt. SAC is offering a free Child Care Food Program to all children who attend the center.
Mt. SAC Day at the L.A. County Fair is Thursday, Sept. 21. Mt. SAC students, faculty, and staff can receive free fair admission on Sept. 21 when they present a fair admission coupon and Mt. SAC ID or business card.
Mt. SAC’s Veterinary Technician Program has been ranked 34th among the nation’s top 50 vet tech programs by TheBestColleges.org.
This year the Mt. San Antonio College Choral Program’s Wassail dinner and concert turns 20 years old with tickets for holiday program that has been yuletide hit for years going on sale to the public starting September 5.
Mt. SAC’s veterinary technician and histotechnician programs recently received statewide recognition for being named as California Community College Strong Workforce Stars for the programs’ success in improving student employment and wages.
Mt. SAC is making headway as it prepares for construction of a new Physical Education Complex on the south side of campus.