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Information Sessions by Mountie STARS
Did you apply to Mt. SAC but are unsure of what you need to do next to take classes? We're here to help! This summer, the Mountie STARS Info Sessions are designed to assist incoming new students become official Mt. SAC college students. Sign up to attend our free Mountie STARS Info Sessions and we'll help you get on track to becoming a college student! Limited spaces are remaining. The session includes a mini tour, college tips from current students, and information on; registration, preparing for the assessment tests, and how to pay for college. Learn more or sign up for an information session this summer!

Commencement Held June 12, 2015
Mt. SAC Commencement held June 12, 2015. To honor our 2015 graduating class, we've scoured the Mt. SAC campus for inspiring stories about students reaching exceptional levels during their time here. Let's meet today's final highlighted Mountie! STUDENT: Diana Velasco MAJOR: English TRANSFER SCHOOL: Cal Poly Pomona IN DIANA'S WORDS: "Graduation is finally here, and it's well deserved. As a mother of three young children, continuing my education has been a struggle, but the staff here has always remained supportive in helping me achieve my goals. I would like to give a special thanks to Dr. Maya Alvarez-Galvan, who has been my primary support system, and to all the ladies in the Instruction Office who also supported my education while at Mt. SAC. The time to move forward has arrived and what a journey it has been. Thank you, Mt. SAC, for all the wonderful opportunities!" #MtSACGrad

Countdown to Commencement: 1
Can you believe Commencement is only one day away? One. Day. Away. To honor our 2015 graduating class, we've scoured the Mt. SAC campus for inspiring stories about students reaching exceptional levels during their time here. Let's meet today's highlighted Mountie! STUDENT: Steven Lopez MAJOR: Business Administration TRANSFER SCHOOL: UC Riverside IN STEVEN'S WORDS: "If it wasn't for my advisers Liz (Estevez) and Diana (Felix) and the ACES Program, I would be lost at Mt. SAC. I was at Mt. SAC for a total of 10 years, and I was actually the most efficient over the last two years because of the ACES Program. I really owe a lot, not only of my life, but of my future to my advisers. I also want to give a big thanks to all the supporting programs at Mt. SAC, such as Aspire and Club DBA (Dream, Believe, Achieve), which I am the president of. This helped not only mentor me, but helped me grow as a person and guided me in the direction I'm going to go in my career. If there's one lasting memory that I have from Mt. SAC, it's that you get what you put in as far as programs and privileges go. Mt. SAC is a great school." #MtSACGrad

Countdown to Commencement: 2
Can you believe Commencement is only two days away? Two. Days. Away. To honor our 2015 graduating class, we've scoured the Mt. SAC campus for inspiring stories about students reaching exceptional levels during their time here. Let's meet today's highlighted Mountie! STUDENT: Yanice Hilario PROGRAM: Paralegal IN YANICE'S WORDS: "At first, I didn't know Mt. SAC had a (paralegal) program. One of my professors told me about it after making us argue in class and told me I was a candidate to be a paralegal or a lawyer. After talking to a counselor, I tried taking some paralegal classes, and I loved it. I get nervous to say I'm graduating this year, but I'm so excited because I never thought this would happen. I'm a single mother with two little ones and I thought I would be wasting my time in school, but my kids pushed me to become better, to build a future for them. That was one of the things I doubted about me being in school. Who will take care of my kids? But everything worked out. My parents helped. School is helping. The flexibility in hours of classes, I love everything about Mt. SAC. I cannot be more thankful for all the help that Mt. SAC had and my parents provided to make this possible." #MtSACGrad

 Commencement Countdown - 3
Can you believe Commencement is only three days away? Three. Days. Away. To honor our 2015 graduating class, we've scoured the Mt. SAC campus for inspiring stories about students reaching exceptional levels during their time here. Let's meet today's highlighted Mountie! STUDENT: Taren Salazar MAJOR: Criminology, Law, and Society MINOR: Urban Studies TRANSFER SCHOOL: UC Irvine IN TAREN'S WORDS: "Mt. SAC is such an amazing school. I gained so much more than just an education from my time here. I was given my life back. I never felt I was meant to be here because so many times I made the wrong choices and got into trouble. As a kid, I ran away, got kicked out of school and ended up in juvenile hall several times. At 16 years old, I dropped out and took my GED. After working for many years, I was eventually laid off, so I enrolled in Spring 2013 with the intentions of (slowly) obtaining my Associate (Degree). It ended up happening very quickly. I've chosen to give back to students who are just like me because of where I came from, and I'm so excited to learn all about the criminal aspects of juvenile behavior. I would like to eventually start a program with troubled youth that would incorporate giving back to the environment by teaching and practicing sustainability in urban cities. Mt. SAC has helped me to make my dreams become a reality, and I will be forever grateful." #MtSACGrad

Commencement Countdown - 4
Can you believe Commencement is only four days away? Four. Days. Away. To honor our 2015 graduating class, we've scoured the Mt. SAC campus for inspiring stories about students reaching exceptional levels during their time here. Let's meet today's highlighted Mountie! STUDENT: Victoria Berdin MAJOR: Society & Environment TRANSFER SCHOOL: UC Berkeley IN VICTORIA'S WORDS: "I am so grateful that I have been able to get involved in so many amazing clubs and programs. Volunteering at the Wildlife Sanctuary has prepared me for many aspects of my future. I absolutely love nature, and giving tours has allowed me to share that passion with others. The Wildlife Sanctuary shows how unique Mt. SAC is because it is not something normally found at other community colleges. Mt. SAC has allowed me to find my passion, which has been a critical factor in my success here. If I could leave one piece of advice for Mt. SAC students, it would be to find your passion here. Do that and success is always going to find you." #MtSACGrad

Writing Center has tutoring through Finals week
The Writing Center has tutoring through Finals week-- get your papers reviewed now!

Commencement Countdown - 5
Can you believe Commencement is only five days away? Five. Days. Away. To honor our 2015 graduating class, we've scoured the Mt. SAC campus for inspiring stories about students reaching exceptional levels during their time here. Let's meet today's highlighted Mountie! STUDENT: Ronald Torres MAJOR: Criminology TRANSFER SCHOOL: Cal Poly Pomona / UC Irvine IN RON'S WORDS: "I didn't go to college right out of high school, so I was scared to take classes because I was an older student. It was hard to adjust at first, but after getting good grades, the longer I was here, the more a future seemed real. Being in the International Students Club, people come from all different places and all walks of life and just want respect and understanding. I believe as long as you have those two things in the equation, you move in a positive direction. Being here at Mt. SAC and getting to know people have helped me plan better for the future, and now I have multiple options after my education." #MtSACGrad

Commencement Countdown - 6
Can you believe Commencement is only six days away? Six. Days. Away. To honor our 2015 graduating class, we've scoured the Mt. SAC campus for inspiring stories about students reaching exceptional levels during their time here. Let's meet today's highlighted Mounties! STUDENTS: Nellie Letizio and Patrick Metzinger MAJORS: Business Administration, and Business Management TRANSFER SCHOOLS: Cal Poly Pomona IN THEIR WORDS: "Mt. SAC is definitely a school that I have found myself and my area of study. Due to the amount of classes at this school, it is a great place to find your niche. The professors also help you to grow and mature into adults. Some in particular are Paul O'Brien, Lisa Ann Hight and Carroll King. My outlook for the future is bright because I feel I am better prepared for a four-year university and even more importantly, the job market." ~ Nellie Letizio "When I started at Mt. SAC, it was an awkward transition for me from the military to being a full-time student. I originally started out in criminal justice, but due to my injuries and my disability I changed my major to Business Management. I've made a lot of friends here, and some great professors I had were Debbie Williams and Michelle Johnson. My overall goal here at Mt. SAC is to eventually finish my associates in criminal justice in order to pursue a master's, but right now I will continue in Business Management at Cal Poly." ~ Patrick Metzinger #MtSACGrad

Commencement Countdown - 7
Can you believe Commencement is only seven days away? Seven. Days. Away. To honor our 2015 graduating class, we've scoured the Mt. SAC campus for inspiring stories about students reaching exceptional levels during their time here. Let's meet today's highlighted Mounties! STUDENTS (from left): Andrew Pastor, Heruy Wolde-Yohannes, Ashley Chan, and Jayson Hewer MAJORS: Public Health, Global Studies, Business, and Biopsychology TRANSFER SCHOOLS: UC Berkeley, UCLA, USC, and UC Santa Barbara IN PASTOR'S WORDS: "The Honors Program is more than just a service that helps you transfer. Within the Honors Program, you can find a family, network of support and unlimited resources that will transform your experience at Mt. SAC into something memorable." #MtSACGrad

Commencement Countdown - 8
Can you believe Commencement is only eight days away? Eight. Days. Away. To honor our 2015 graduating class, we've scoured the Mt. SAC campus for inspiring stories about students reaching exceptional levels during their time here. Let's meet today's highlighted Mountie! STUDENT: Celina Felix MAJOR: Philosophy TRANSFER SCHOOL: University of Texas at Austin IN CELINA'S WORDS: "Being named Athlete of the Year was definitely a surprise because I didn't expect to win. I just play the way I know how to play, and it was just extremely fun earning the award. I have a scholarship to play next season at Texas and this summer I will be finishing up my associate degree. Receiving my AA from Mt. SAC has definitely helped me improve my time management and organizational skills. For incoming students and athletes that will attend Mt. SAC in the future, my advice is to take advantage of every opportunity in order to strengthen your spirit." #MtSACGrad

Commencement Countdown - 9
Can you believe Commencement is only nine days away? Nine. Days. Away. To honor our 2015 graduating class, we've scoured the Mt. SAC campus for inspiring stories about students reaching exceptional levels during their time here. Let's meet today's highlighted Mountie! STUDENT: Anabel Mena MAJOR: Communications TRANSFER SCHOOL: Cal State Fullerton IN ANABEL'S WORDS: "Mt. SAC has been my home for a couple years now, and the experiences I've had here have inspired me to continue on and transfer. I have high hopes for my new journey because of the great community that Mt. SAC has shown me. I will forever be grateful to the Bridge Program for paving the way for me. I couldn't be more proud to say I am a Mountie!" #MtSACGrad

Commencement Countdown - 10
Can you believe Commencement is only 10 days away? To honor our 2015 graduating class, we've scoured the Mt. SAC campus for inspiring stories about students reaching exceptional levels during their time here. Let's meet today's highlighted Mountie! STUDENT: Reed Scale (State Champion Pole Vaulter) MAJOR: Kinesiology TRANSFER SCHOOL: UCLA IN REED'S WORDS: "I came to Mt. SAC as a last-minute decision, but it was a really good one. We have a very good track and field program with world-class coaches and athletic trainers who are always there to help us. I showed up after high school, put in two years of hard work, and it really paid off. I am absolutely stoked. I have a scholarship to UCLA, so I'm heading there. I'm actually going to be happy coming back to Mt. SAC since we have the new stadium coming ... I'll be excited to come back and jump for the Mt. SAC Relays." #MtSACGrad

Fall 2015 Schedule of Classes - Now Available!
Check out the Schedule of Classes for more information about courses available this Fall 2015. Registration opens July 15. Classes begin August 24. Learn more or download the schedule by visiting the Fall 2015 Schedule of Classes site.

Summer Classes at Mt. SAC
Check out the Schedule of Classes for more information about courses available this summer. Registration opens May 13. Classes begin June 22. Learn more or download the schedule by visiting the Schedule of Classes site.

Free Training in Care Giving
Mt. SAC is providing FREE training for this program, which starts in June. A mandatory orientation is required in early May. Become a personal care aid or caregiver in just 6 weeks! Mt. San Antonio College will be offering a free six-week non-credit vocational training program in the healthcare filed.

For the 17th year, Mt. San Antonio College will have the only stage in the world where you can see stars such as Dean Martin, Judy Garland, Queen, David Bowie, and Pharrell Williams together in one show as the Mt. SAC Faculty Association sponsors its annual scholarship fundraiser, "Puttin' on the Hits." Show times are Friday, April 24, at 7:30 p.m., and Saturday, April 25, at 3 and 7:30 p.m., in the Clarke Theater.
Mt. SAC professors, managers, staff, and students in authentic costumes will impersonate famous celebrities and lip sync their hit tunes. The program showcases several styles of music, including country, swing, R & B, hip-hop, and rock 'n' roll. Last year, the Faculty Association provided over $15,000 for student scholarships, and over the past 15 years, "Puttin' on the Hits" has raised more than $125,000 for scholarships. Tickets are $25 and up for general admission and $15 for students with student ID. For tickets and more information, call the Performing Art Box Office at (909) 274-2050. Tickets may also be purchased online at https://tickets.mtsac.edu.

Discover Health Careers
Discover your inner hero at the 9th annual Health Professions Conference at Mt SAC on May 1 from 8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Meet with practicing health professionals and research scientists, speak with representatives from nationally accredited health professions programs, attend panel discussions and focus groups, and learn new skills, such as suturing and casting, all in one day. Students can register today at www.mtsacpremed.org for the largest and most comprehensive health professions conference of its kind in Southern California.

MT. SAC Scholarship Programs
Mt. San Antonio College Foundation and A.S. Scholarships Over $200,000 available for Mt. SAC students. Must be currently enrolled for the spring 2015 semester. Must be continuing education during the 2015-2016 academic year ( transferring students are eligible; exceptions may apply) One Application...Endless Oportunities! Apply on-line: http://www.mtsac.edu/scholarships/ DEADLINE APRIL 27, 2015

Apply to the STEM TP2 Teacher Preparation Program
The STEM TP2 Program provides advising, mentoring, teaching experiences, financial aid, academic support, and enrichment activities designed to improve student teaching and learning. The program is supported by a 3-year grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF). Mt. San Antonio College is collaborating with the University of California Irvine (UCI), California State University Fullerton (CSUF), and the Walnut Valley School District to implement a teacher preparation program for science and mathematics. Students who have a strong desire and dedication to become highly qualified science and/or mathematics teachers at middle or high schools can learn more at the link below. Program application and faculty recommendation forms can be found on link below. The deadline for submitting an application is Wednesday, April 1, 2015. http://www.mtsac.edu/stemtp2

Class Passes Remain Free This Spring
Foothill Transit will continue the free Class Pass program through the Spring Semester. Credit students can get a free reloadable pass through the Mt. SAC bookstore. Students who already have a pass will notice their passes will automatically be reloaded one week before the semester as long as they have registered and paid for classes. Beginning in Fall 2015, students will fund the program through a small transit fee. Mt. SAC students overwhelmingly approved Foothill Transit's Class Pass program and a new transportation fee with 81 percent of student votes passing the proposal during online elections Nov. 17-20. A total of 3,461 students voted online for the measure that asked students "Shall Mt. San Antonio College students pay a transportation fee, which will pay for the Class Pass program?" The proposal passed with 2,798 students voting in favor of the measure and 663 votes against the new fee. The new mandatory fee will pay for the Foothill Transit Class Pass program, which will allow students unlimited access on Foothill Transit local lines and the Silver Streak that runs between Montclair and downtown Los Angeles. The Class Pass is a reusable electronic fare card that gives enrolled students access on Foothill Transit buses. The transportation fee would be $8 for part-time students and $9 fee for full-time students. The transportation fee will be a mandatory fee for all students registered in the fall or spring semesters. For the 18 months, Foothill Transit has offered the Class Pass program to Mt. SAC students free of charge. Over 6,500 students have participated in the program with an average of nearly 84,000 bus boardings per month.

Financial Aid Fair
Learn how to get cash for college! Mt. SAC is offering a FREE Financial Aid Fair on Saturday, Feb. 21, 2015. Multiple times and locations are available. Register online by visiting www.mtsac.edu/financialaid. Get FREE help filling out your financial aid application! High school seniors and/or parents are encouraged to attend a Cash for College event to obtain assistance with completing the FREE Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Assistance with the California Dream Act Application is also available. Staff will assist students and/or parents in a group setting. On 2/21/15, Mt. SAC will be offering several sessions for attendees to select from. Select one (1) session to register for per student attending. In order to be processed, registration MUST be in the high school senior's name. Student interested in attending Mt. SAC should register for Session I (8:30 check-in) which will include a Welcome, light breakfast and more!

You applied. Now what?
Did you apply to Mt. SAC but are unsure of what you need to do next to take classes? We're here to help! The Mountie STARS Info Sessions are designed to assist incoming new students become official Mt. SAC college students. Sign up to attend our free Mountie STARS Info Sessions and we'll help you get on track to becoming a college student! Limited space remaining. The session includes a mini tour, college tips from current students, and information on; registration, preparing for the assessment tests, and how to pay for college.

Spring Schedule of Classes Available Now!
Check out the Schedule of Classes for more information about courses available this spring. Registration opens Jan. 14. Classes begin Feb. 23. Learn more or download the schedule by visiting the Schedule of Classes site.

Pay It Forward on Giving Tuesday
If you believe in the power of higher education. If Mt. SAC made a difference in your life, consider supporting the college during Giving Tuesday. With your support we can provide scholarships to deserving students, improve programs, update classroom labs and experiences. It's up to you. Learn more at http://ow.ly/EWqnX. Coinciding with the Thanksgiving Holiday and the kickoff of the holiday shopping season, #GivingTuesday will inspire people to take collaborative action to improve their local communities, give back in better, smarter ways to the charities and causes they support and help create a better world.

Finish a Class in 6 Weeks
Registration is now open for Winter Intersession. Check the schedule of classes for more information about credit and noncredit courses. Use the winter break to get ahead or stay ahead. Classes begin Jan. 5 and end Feb. 15. Learn more or download the schedule by visiting the Schedule of Classes site.

Poinsettia Sale
Order your fresh holiday poinsettias online via our Horticulture Department. www.mtsac.edu/agriculture

Students Approve Foothill Transit
Mt. SAC students overwhelmingly approved Foothill Transit's Class Pass program and a new transportation fee with 81 percent of student votes passing the proposal during online elections Nov. 17-20. A total of 3,461 students voted online for the measure that asked students "Shall Mt. San Antonio College students pay a transportation fee, which will pay for the Class Pass program?" The proposal passed with 2,798 students voting in favor of the measure and 663 votes against the new fee. The new mandatory fee will pay for the Foothill Transit Class Pass program, which will allow students unlimited access on Foothill Transit local lines and the Silver Streak that runs between Montclair and downtown Los Angeles. The Class Pass is a reusable electronic fare card that gives enrolled students access on Foothill Transit buses. The transportation fee would be $8 for part-time students and $9 fee for full-time students. The transportation fee will be a mandatory fee for all students registered in the fall or spring semesters. For the past year, Foothill Transit has offered the Class Pass program to Mt. SAC students free of charge. Over 6,500 students have participated in the program with an average of nearly 84,000 bus boardings per month.

International Education Week Nov. 17 - 21
Mt. SAC Celebrated International Education Week on campus with a host of activities, including musical performances, panel discussions, cultural demonstrations, international food tasting, and more.

Learn Common Cents
Mt. SAC hosted an informative lecture on "Things I Wish I Would Have Known: Budgeting and Credit Cards." A few students won gift cards and one student received a grand prize, an iPad. All students who attended received free lunch.

Your ride is up for re-election
Mass Transit Goes to the Voters Students to vote on Foothill Transit's Class Pass program Mt. SAC students will have the opportunity to vote on a new transportation fee for Foothill Transit's Class Pass program during an online voting period on Nov. 17-20. The online voting process, which will be offered on the portal at http://my.mtsac.edu, will ask students: Shall Mt. San Antonio College students pay a transportation fee, which will pay for the Class Pass program? The new mandatory fee will pay for the Foothill Transit Class Pass program, which will allow students unlimited access on Foothill Transit local lines and the Silver Streak that runs between Montclair and downtown Los Angeles. The Class Pass is a reusable electronic fare card that gives enrolled students access to Foothill Transit buses 7 days a week. The transportation fee would be $8 for part-time students and $9 fee for full-time students each semester. The transportation fee will be a mandatory fee for all students registered in the fall or spring semesters. Students who pay the fee in the fall semester will have access through the winter intersession. Students who pay the fee in the spring semester will have access through the summer intersession. For the past year, Foothill Transit has offered the Class Pass program to Mt. SAC students free of charge. Over 6,500 students have participated in the program with an average of nearly 84,000 bus boardings per month. Anticipated benefits of the Class Pass program include reduced traffic near campus, improved parking availability, and better air quality near Mt. SAC. More info online.

Get ahead. Stay ahead
The schedule of classes is now available for Winter Intersession. Use the winter break to get ahead or stay ahead by taking a variety of credit or noncredit courses. Learn more or download the schedule by visiting the Schedule of Classes site.

Power Outage Update
UPDATE: Power was restored about 5:15 pm. A power outage occurred shortly after 4 p.m. on Friday, October 24. Events (including the Mt. SAC relays and performing arts events) were allowed to continue following the direction of event coordinators. Normal business operations -- including classes -- were canceled. Power was restored about 1 hour later.

Alumni Day 2014
Mt. SAC celebrated its more than one million alumni with a full day of activities at the second annual Mt. SAC Alumni Day on Saturday, Oct. 18. Mountie pride was loud and proud with over seven hours of speakers, shows, and tours as the college showcases the successes of its many alumni, faculty, and current students. http://www.mtsac.edu/photos/2014-alumniday.html

Mt. SAC Aviation Celebrates 25 Years
College Aviation, Mt.SAC's flight school operating out Brackett Field, celebrated its 25th anniversary with a Fly-In on Saturday, Oct. 18. Alumni, current students, college pilots, instructors, staff, and friends of the flight program participated in the anniversary celebration held at Mt. SAC's James T. Clarke Hangar at Brackett Field.

Get ahead. Stay ahead.
The schedule of classes is now available for Winter Intersession. Use the winter break to get ahead or stay ahead by taking a variety of credit or noncredit courses. Learn more or download the schedule by visiting http://www.mtsac.edu/schedule/2015_winter.html.

Behind the Scenes: Cross Country Invitational
The world famous Mt. SAC Cross Country Invitational will be held on the Mt. SAC campus from October 17-25 for the 67th time. Take a behind the scenes look at the hosting the nation's largest cross country invitational, which welcomes about 25,000 participants a year. For more information about the event, visit http://events.mtsac.edu/ccinvite/.

New Scholarships for Dreamers
They provide college scholarships to highly motivated DREAMers who have DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) or TPS (Temporary Protected Status) approval and who, without financial aid, cannot afford a college education that will enable them to participate in the American workforce. In their Fall 2014 Round, they will offer scholarships to: · First time college students (with no more than 12 college credits) who want to earn an associate or bachelor's degree at one of our Partner Colleges. High School students who will be graduating in class of 2015 and attend Mt. SAC can apply. · Mt. SAC students graduating in 2015 and wanting to earn a bachelor's degree at one of our Partner Colleges--University of La Verne, Cal State San Bernardino, Cal State Long Beach, UC Santa Cruz can apply. They are committed to helping our Scholars to and through college. To do so, they have selected Partner Colleges in Arizona, California, Florida, Illinois, NYC, Texas, Virginia, and Washington D.C. - all of which have committed to provide Scholars with student support services. You must be accepted to and eligible for in-state tuition at one of our Partner Colleges in order to receive the Scholarship. Please visit our website for a list of our current Partner Colleges http://www.thedream.us/colleges/. SCHOLARSHIPS FOR FIRST TIME COLLEGE STUDENTS This scholarship is available to high school seniors or high school graduates with demonstrated financial need who are first time college students and seek to earn a career-ready associate's or bachelor's degree at one of our Partner Colleges. Scholars are selected from a nationwide pool of applicants. To be eligible to apply, you must: • Be a first-time college student (i.e., a student with no more than 12 college credits excluding credits earned in a dual enrollment program or advance placement testing); • Intend to enroll in and attend one of TheDream.US Partner Colleges in 2015 and be eligible for in-state tuition; • Have a high school un-weighted GPA of 2.5 or greater on a 4.0 scale (or equivalent GED score); • Have been born on or after June 16, 1981 and have come to the United States before reaching your 16th birthday • Be DACA or TPS eligible and have applied for or received DACA or TPS approval; and • Demonstrate significant unmet financial need. SCHOLARSHIPS FOR COMMUNITY COLLEGE GRADUATES The Community College Graduate Scholarship is available to community college students with demonstrated financial need who have earned their associate's degrees and seek to complete their bachelor's degrees at one of our four-year Partner Colleges. Scholars are selected from a nationwide pool of applicants. To be eligible to apply, you must: • Have earned an associate's degree from an accredited college by the end of the 2014-2015 academic year; • Intend to enroll in and attend one of TheDream.US Partner Colleges in 2015 and be eligible for in-state tuition; • Have a college un-weighted GPA of 3.0 or greater on a 4.0 scale; • Have been born on or after June 16, 1981 and have come to the United States before reaching your 16th birthday • Be DACA or TPS eligible and have applied for or received DACA or TPS approval; and • Demonstrate significant unmet financial need.

Free Training in Care Giving
Become a personal care aid or caregiver in just 6 weeks! Mt. SAC is providing FREE training for this program, which starts in January. A mandatory orientation is required in early November. For more information, click on the PDF on the left, call (909) 274-4845 or email abeinfo@mtsac.edu.

 

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Contact Disabled Student Programs & Services: 909.274.4290 or TTY 909.594.3447.

The 504/508 ADA Coordinators are located in Bldg. 4–1460 and can be contacted at 909.274.4225.

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