Student Resources | Mt. SAC Online
Numerous resources are available to support students who are studying remotely.
EDITOR'S NOTE: To post more resources, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alert: Mt. SAC has Transitioned to Online Classes and Services (see www.mtsac.edu/online). Learn more about our COVID-19 response at www.mtsac.edu/health.
Not sure how to chart your path to your academic and career goals? Need help in creating your educational plan? Do you just need someone to talk to? The Mt. SAC Counseling Department is here to provide Personal, Academic and Career Counseling!Schedule Appointments:
The Accessibility Resource Centers for Students (ACCESS) provides remote services for students with medical conditions or disabilities that affect learning. For assistance or to schedule an appointment with an ACCESS Counselor, students can contact the department by phone or email (please include your student ID# on the subject line).
Call: (909) 274-4290
Email: email@example.comWeb Resources: www.mtsac.edu/access
Mt. SAC offers free Online Tutoring services through NetTutor, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to all currently enrolled students! Get help in major subjects such as Math, English, Science, Social Science, Writing, and more.Web Resources:
The Mt. SAC Mountie Fresh Basic Needs Resources is a comprehensive, campus-wide effort that serves students experiencing housing instability, food insecurity, and other emergency/crisis situations. The program goals are to provide students in need with:
Student Health Services provides a number of free services for our remote students.Call: (909) 274-4400 M-F, 8AM-4:30PM
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.If you are experiencing thoughts of harming yourself or others, please contact:
LAPTOPS AND HOTSPOTS: Students requesting a laptop and/or an Internet hotspot for home use must be registered for the 2020 Fall Semester and fill out this request form.
REDUCED COST OR FREE INTERNET: The Chancellor's Office has compiled a list of several companies that are providing reduced cost or free internet access to ensure students have access to reliable internet service.
WIFI LOCATOR: Los Angeles County has lauched an online WiFi Locator tool to help residents get online during the pandemic.
Connect with your peers with LIVE online workshops. Visit this Calendar of Workshops designed for you to stay engaged and continue to build your leadership skills outside of the classroom within the comfort and safety of your own home.