- 1st Day of Spring Semester – Feb 22nd
- The majority of classes will be offered online – either synchronous (specified dates/times) or asynchronous (fully web-based)
- Deadlines for excused withdrawal from classes -
- 16-week classes: Sunday, June 6, at 11:59 p.m.
- 8-week or other short-term spring classes: One day before the last day of that class.
- Students who drop will receive an Excused Withdrawal (EW) mark will automatically receive refunds, unless they received a fee waiver.
- An EW mark will not count toward the limits on how many times students can repeat a class. However, an EW may have implications for students receiving federal benefits (including veteran’s benefits) and students planning to transfer to a university. Speak with a counselor online before withdrawing from classes.
As we move forward with the new year, let's start with a few pointers for student success:
- In addition to checking Canvas every day – make sure you also check your Mt. SAC email and your portal every day as this is how we communicate with you!
- If you have any questions – be sure to call us or email us. See the listing below for our main offices.
- Talk to us about any questions, concerns, problems. We are here to help you and we understand how confusing things are right now.
- Most importantly, continue to take precautions. Call our Health Center (909) 274-4400
if you have any symptoms or concerns about your health and mental health. We can assist
Admissions & Records
Contact Admissions and Records for any questions about when you register, how to register - (909) 274-4415 or email at: email@example.com
Contact Counseling for any questions about which classes to take - (909) 274-4380 or email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Specialized Support Services
Summer Programs 2021 recruitment
For more info students should visit www.mtsac.edu/summer programs.
Promise+Plus increases chance of student success
Promise + Plus is a Mt. SAC program designed for new college students and statistics show that going through its classes greatly increases the chance of student success. In this video, students speak to how the program has helped them. Visit https://www.mtsac.edu/promise/ for more information.
Foster Youth REACH for Success
REACH is Mt. SAC's program for foster youth. Find out how it is making a difference in the lives of those students with the odds stacked most against them. REACH has tripled the rate that these vulnerable students graduate from a four-year college. Learn more at https://www.mtsac.edu/reach/