An evening of eight short plays, written and directed by Mt. SAC students exploring themes ranging from the fragmenting of a personality to the unifying spirit of a cuddle puddle. This year's contributors are Amanda Alvarez, Daniel Barton, Jessie Daniels, Mykel Montes, Bonnie Pang, Brian Peck, Andie Prandini, and Sean St. Onge.
The campus will be closed for Thanksgiving Nov. 27-30. Have a safe and happy holiday.
A mix of popular classics and contemporary music composed expressly for the Percussion Band.
Featuring award-winning Singcopation and Frontline
The campus will be closed in observance of Veterans Day. We thank all veterans for their service.
Human trafficking is real and it's closer to home than you think. Learn more at a free conference Saturday Nov. 8.
The Art Gallery celebrates Mt. SAC part-time and full-time art, animation, and photography professors in this mixed media exhibition.
Attend a workshop, enjoy a free lunch and earn a chance to win a free iPad.
The college is hosting an informative lecture on "Things I Wish I Would Have Known: Budgeting and Credit Cards." Students who attend receive a free lunch as well as a chance to win an iPad. The event will be November 6 from 1:30-3 p.m. in the Design Technology Building (13-1700).
Sign up today!
Fall Into Ag Family Festival
The college is launching a new family festival called "Fall Into Ag" which features a pumpkin patch, animal demonstrations, pony rides and more. The event will be Oct. 28-30, from 5-8 p.m. at the Equine Unit (F8).
Learn more by visiting the agriculture website.
The Mt. SAC Dance Program showcases the talents of Mt. SAC dancers, many of whom have gone on to careers in the professional dance world, in theater, in film, and on television. The Fall Repertory Dance Concert features a wide range of faculty choreographers and guest artists directing the gifted Mt. SAC dancers. The Spring Concert showcases original works by student choreographers and includes a variety of contemporary and modern dance styles.