REGISTER NOW for the Mt. SAC Associated Students event for welcoming new students. Click here for more info.
The 2014-15 Catalog is now available online.
The Fall Schedule of Classes is now posted online.
But wait till you see what's going up: the new Athletics Complex-East and potentially a new Mt. SAC Fire Technology Academy. This Measure RR project transports 440,000 cubic yards of earth (5.5 acres of hill) to the potential fire academy site (11.5 acres) and provides 1,076 temporary parking spaces for Mt. SAC students. Continue watching this high-definition webcam for updates.
As a cost-saving measure, Mt. SAC will be closed on Fridays through August 8. Business hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday.
Due to state regulation changes, Mt. SAC has changed the procedure for assigning students a registration appointment. Going forward, students who have completed 100 or more degree applicable units (non-basic skills courses) at Mt. SAC will receive a lower registration priority. Students on probation for two consecutive semesters (fall/spring) are also subject to receive a lower registration priority. You can monitor how many degree applicable units you have by logging into your student portal, going to the "Student" tab, and clicking on #43 MAP. Your degree applicable units are displayed next to your degree applicable GPA on your MAP worksheet. Additional information will be available on the student portal and college website as the details are developed.
Our grads had a blast celebrating their academic achievement at commencement. View "selfies" at http://selfies.mtsac.edu.
If any #MtSAC grad (Class of 2014 and earlier) would like to donate his/her cap and gown to future grads who can't afford to buy them, please drop off your graduation apparel at the Student Life Office. Future grads will appreciate the gift. Congratulations, again, to you regarding your outstanding achievement! #MtSACGrad2014
Spend fall 2014 in Costa Rica taking Mt. SAC Classes. Costa Rica is one of the most unique destinations in Central America. Click here to visit the Study Abroad website for more info.