Welcome to Mt. San Jacinto College
The college is accepting applications for
Spring 2014, Summer 2014 and Fall 2014.
SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
Spring 2014 Semester is January 21 - May 29, 2014
Summer 2014 is June 9- July 31, 2014
Fall 2014 is August 18 -December 19, 2014
~ Note short-term, late-start and fast-track courses are offered with various start dates during the semester
High School Students CLICK HERE for special admissions criteria
International Students (F-1, M-1 Visas) must apply in person. Please contact the International Students Office for more information.
WHAT HAPPENS AFTER I SUBMIT MY APPLICATION???
Once your application is submitted, it should be processed within one business day. You will then gain access to EagleAdvisor account (returning students will already have one). Your EagleAdvisor account can be used to check for holds, view registration appointments, register and pay for courses, check grades as well as access your campus provided e-mail account. Your ea.msjc account is where all your Financial Aid communications and documents will be sent.
You will be issued a registration appointment if you are a returning student who has already completed matriculation (assessment and orientation). New students will receive an appointment after assessment and orientation are completed, or may qualify for Matriculation Exemption.
We strongly urge you to review and prepare BEFORE taking the assessment test. The results will determine how many math and english courses you will be required to take. You may access the Student Resource Links to start your review.
After you submit your application, please check the e-mail you provide on your application for follow-up information.
Need a step by step list on becoming a student? CLICK HERE
For information on your EagleAdvisor username and password visit our homepage http://www.msjc.edu
Thank you for choosing MSJC for your higher education, we look forward to helping you achieve your goals!
Falsifying information about citizenship, California residency, financial aid and/or military status could result in the following:
1. Criminal charges for perjury and/or fraud and if convicted, imprisonment
2. Student disciplinary action, and/or
3. Accumulated monetary charges for restitution or nonresident tuition due.