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Mt. SAC Emergency Alert

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.

Student Services

 
Dear Mounties,

Many things have changed about the way we are doing business at Mt. SAC due to COVID-19.  What hasn’t changed is our commitment to you – to assist you in making progress toward your educational goals and to provide you with support services and assistance.  The campus remains physically closed, but we are all available to continue to assist you.  That means you may need to call in, email, or obtain information from our web pages.  BE SURE TO CHECK YOUR PORTAL SEVERAL TIMES A DAY.

Most importantly, continue to take precautions.  Call our Health Center (909) 274-4400 if you have any symptoms and we can assist you.  Take good care of yourself.  And don’t give up hope!  Your resiliency will get you through this and we are here to help!  Be sure to call on us if there is anything that we can do.

 The Mt. SAC Student Services Team
Your Success, Our Passion


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                            (During Stay-at-Home Order)                         

Frequently Asked Questions

    • Summer Session 2020
      • Courses began Monday, June 22 and end August 2, 2020
      • Check your Student Portal - Self-Check #11 – Print Your Schedule/Receipt on the Student Self-Service section on the Portal to check the drop/withdrawal and refund dates for each class in which you enroll
      • Remember, Summer Session is only 6 weeks – so check in EVERY DAY for your class(es)!!
    • Fall Semester 2020 
      • almost all classes will still be online
      • Registration begins on Wednesday, July 8
      • Check your Student Portal – Self-Service #8 to see Registration Appointment/Hold to find out when you register
      • If you have a “hold” on your record, also check #8 to see what the hold is for
    • New Students to Mt. SAC
      • There are several steps to follow after you apply through CCCApply – see the Admissions website
      • To complete Assessment, take the “AQ” or the Assessment Questionnaire online – see the Assessment website
      • To complete New Student Orientation, take this online through the Counseling department – see the Counseling website
      • Sign up for a MAP Workshop through Counseling to plan your educational plan
    • Questions??
      • Contact Admissions and Records for any questions about when you register, how to register - (909) 274-4415
      • Contact Counseling for any questions about which classes to take - (909) 274-4380
      • Students who have difficulty with online instruction may be able to withdraw from an ongoing class with an “EW” (depending on when the course

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