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Student Resources | Coronavirus Information

The Mt. SAC campus reopened on July 1. Summer classes that are online will remain online. However, Fall classes will be mostly in person, with many classes also provided online. Students attending classes on campus should familiarize themselves with these Safety Guidelines on Campus. The Health Center is providing services for students.

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COVID-19 Related Issues

    • icon of thermometerStudent Health Checks

      (June 26, 2021) The Mt. SAC campus is reopening on July 1. Summer classes that are online will remain online. However, Fall classes will be mostly in person, with many classes also provided online.

      Previously, the campus community was asked to fill out an online health check before coming to campus. At this time, students and employees are asked to self-check for symptoms before coming to campus. If they are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms they are asked to fill out the Health Check form at The forms are available above.

    • mask iconFace Coverings 

      Students and guests are required to wear masks inside buildings and during classroom activities that are held outside.

      Face coverings are available and have been stocked in classrooms and offices. Classrooms or offices that need more stock can request them through their Division Office.

    • Heart cardiogram iconReporting a COVID-19 Sickness

      (Updated 7/16/2020)

      STUDENTS REPORT TO STUDENT HEALTH CENTER Students who are sick with COVID-19 symptoms or have been exposed to COVID-19, are asked to contact the Student Health Center at (909) 274-4400 as soon as possible. 

      EMPLOYEES REPORT TO HUMAN RESOURCES - Employees who are sick with COVID-19 symptoms or have been exposed to a confirmed case of COVID-19, are asked to contact Human Resources by emailing or calling (909) 274-4414 immediately. 

    • cares act with american flagCARES Act Funding and Report


      Mt. San Antonio College has distributed more than $8-million in grants to more than 12,000 students under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act for student emergency relief. 

      For frequently asked questions about the disbursement, visit the Financial Aid website. To help support students in need, visit the Mt. SAC Foundation. For more information on the CARES Act, visit our CARES Act Reporting website.

    • bus iconFoothill Transit Bus Rides (Class Pass)

      Foothill Transit Bus Rides Are Free

      (Jan 22, 2021) - Mt. SAC has long partnered with Foothill Transit to provide bus rides for students through the Class Pass program. The mass transit organization has adjusted its procedures in response to the coronavirus. The Mt. SAC community is free to use Foothill Transit buses without the requirement of a payment or Class Pass from now through the Summer 2021 semester. Bus routes are following a regular schedule despite lower ridership to support social distancing. Riders are asked to:

      • Wash hands before and after riding the bus
      • Enter through the rear entrance only
      • Support social distancing and keep a 6-foot distance from others whenever possible
      • Wear a mask
      • Follow safety procedures on the bus
    • reimburseParking

      Parking Permits

      For those students taking in-person classes on campus, parking permits are currently waived in student parking lots for Winter 2021, Spring 2021, Summer 2021. 


Student Support

You can also visit the Student Services website for their answers to Frequently Asked Questions

    • Heart cardiogram iconStudent Health Services

      Contact the Health Center for FREE medical and mental health assistance provided conveniently online or by phone. 

        Health Center


    • financial aidScholarships and Grants

      California College Student Grant

      To support California college students through these unprecedented times, MAF has established the CA College Student Support Fund. Eligible students will receive a $500 grant to help manage their financial needs – whether that's class materials, rent, or personal expenses. Learn more through the Mission Asset Fund.

      Scholarship Program

      Mt. SAC's scholarship program has extended its deadline to April 27, 2020! A variety of scholarships are available to qualified students, based on need, merit, major and/or educational goals. Students must submit a Mt. SAC General Scholarship Application online before the screening deadline. 

      CARES Act Emergency Grant

      The CARES Act has provided limited federal funds for emergency financial aid grants to students for expenses related to the disruption of campus operations due to COVID-19. To request this emergency grant, you must complete this form and submit it to the Mt. San Antonio College Financial Aid Office at The emergency aid is to be used for an URGENT need related to a currently enrolled student’s expense caused by COVID-19

    • financial aidFinancial Aid

      Students will continue to have access to financial aid resources, including those from student loans.  Spring disbursement will remain on time.  You can continue to check the status of your financial aid and submit any required documents electronically through your Mt. SAC student portal

      If you have general questions or need assistance, please call (909) 274-4450 or email

    • food pantry basic needsFood Pantry and Basic Needs 

      Food Pantry and Basic Needs

      Drive-Thru Mountie Fresh Food Pantry at Student Parking Lot A (behind building 12 by Edinger Way)

      Listed below are helpful links to access food resources.

    • mental healthMental Health

      Feeling stressed, overwhelmed, sad, anxious, or having difficulty coping? We are here for you!

      Students have access to one-on-one personal counseling with our Student Health Center therapists through TeleMentalHealth. All you need is a smartphone OR a laptop/computer. To schedule a private and confidential appointment, call (909) 274-4400, Monday-Friday, 8AM-4:30PM, or email

      If you are experiencing thoughts of harming yourself or others, please contact:

      • Suicide Prevention Hotline 1-800-273-8255
      • Crisis Text Line – Text COURAGE to 741741
      • Call 911
      • Go to your nearest hospital emergency room

      In addition, Mt. SAC Psychology Faculty have compiled these Resources for Students


Online Transition

View the full resources to getting started online and use student services remotely at Mt. SAC Online


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