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Call Today: 209-632-8829 209-632-8829 ModSpec_1799 Call Today Turlock 07 MESSAGE FROMTHEEDITOR PHOTO BY GENAROMA PHOTOGRAPHY MESSAGE FROM THE EDITOR EDITOR: Gayle Romasanta EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org The 21st Century has us all wonderfully connected 24/7, yet all the information we get online can be a bit impersonal and overwhelming. Where can you get relevant information about your campus and community at one site and one magazine? Here at #collegelife! We feature important information, event listings, highlights of who’s who on campus, community resources, and social pages, so you can get to know your peers, faculty and staff better. Our goal is to keep you connected to your learning community, so you’re better informed and up-to-date on all the happenings and people at your school, enriching your learning experience. We’re also happy to bridge together the California State University, Stanislaus and Modesto It’s hard to believe, but 2014 is here, ladies and gentlemen. The Modesto Bee and I are excited to kick off the New Year by bringing the college community together in The Modesto Bee’s new magazine, #collegelife. Junior College learning communities. Sharing information between two esteemed institutions can only broaden the support of each school. We hope it inspires you to visit each campus, to take in a performance, sporting event, or free workshop. We also hope our Meet…section will bring the community closer together by celebrating each other’s daily heroes at both campuses. Have a wonderfully productive and healthy 2014. Gayle Romasanta Editor The Modesto Bee #collegelife magazine contacts Published by The Modesto Bee // 1325 H Street Street Modesto, CA 95354 magazine team PUBLISHER: Eric E. Johnston t. (209) 578-2090 e. email@example.com SENIOR VP/SALES & MARKETING: Tim Ritchey t. (209) 578-2040 e. firstname.lastname@example.org EDITOR: Gayle Romasanta t. (415) 794-3975 e. email@example.com CREATIVE DIRECTOR: Shawn Crary t. 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Individualized instruction, levels K-12, in math • writing • reading • study skills • SAT & ACT prep • and more! 707058 www.tutoringclub.com FROMMJC MODESTO JUNIOR COLLEGE LAUDED FOR ATHLETICS PROGRAM AND SUPPORTING HEALTH, RECREATION AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION STUDENTS A s Dean of the Division of Health, Recreation and Physical Education/Athletic Director for the past 14 years, it is important to note that Modesto Junior College has excellent programs in each of these areas. Physical Education, also known as Kinesiology, is the scientific study of human movement. Our Physical Education program at Modesto Junior College offers a balanced approach based upon the individual interests and needs of our students. In addition to a wide variety of Physical Education activity and theory courses, we also offer intercollegiate competition in 21 sports. Since the majority of career opportunities in Physical Education exist for our students completing a bachelor’s degree, general education and transfer courses are carefully planned so that students are well prepared for individual career needs and upper division college work. Modesto Junior College offers an AA degree in Physical Education (123 students currently enrolled), a new AAT degree in Kinesiology (64 students), an AA degree in University Prep: Health and Physical Education (139 students), and an AA degree in Athletic Training/Sports Medicine (358 students). The Athletic Training/Sports Medicine program at Modesto Junior College is designed to prepare students for appropriate procedures in prevention, care and rehabilitation of athletic injuries. This degree is also designed to transfer students to four-year colleges where they can continue their education to fulfill the requirements of National Athletic Trainer’s Association (NATA) certification. This will lead to the student’s eventual eligibility to challenge the national examination, and upon satisfactory completion of the required courses and passing the exam, become a certified athletic trainer. Modesto Junior College’s Health Education program draws from the biological, environmental, psychological, social, physical and medical sciences to develop individual, group, institutional and community strategies to improve health knowledge and attitudes, as well as skills and behavior. Modesto Junior College’s Adapted Physical Education program offers courses introducing students to a variety of sports, aquatic exercises, and swimming, strength development and fitness. With increased urbanization, expanded leisure time, and public awareness of the value of recreational activities, trained leaders are needed to organize and administer programs in a variety of settings. Since most jobs in recreation require a four-year college degree, students in the recreation program at Modesto Junior College are encouraged to follow the fouryear college transfer pattern, and also to complete theoretical and practical recreation classes. Considerable flexibility in the recreation program is allowed in designing an individualized program, to strengthen career needs and specialization areas selected by the student. Modesto Junior College’s Intercollegiate Athletics program is a member of the Big 8 Conference for both men and women, except for men’s wrestling (Coast Conference) and football (Valley Conference). The men compete in baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, soccer, swimming and diving, tennis, track and field, water polo, and wrestling. The women compete in basketball, cross country, soccer, softball, swimming and diving, track and field, tennis, volleyball, water polo and golf. Since 1937, Modesto Junior College has hosted an annual statewide basketball tournament in December. It is the oldest community college invitational basketball tournament in the state. In the 2012-13 academic year, the California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA), in association with the National Alliance of TwoYear Athletic Administrators (NATYCAA) announced that Modesto Junior College placed 11th out of 105 California Community Colleges in the final standings of the NATYCAA Cup. The NATYCAA Awards were designed to recognize and reward overall athletic/program excellence at the two-year college level. The CCCAA is the governing body providing oversight of intercollegiate athletics within the California Community College system. As you move forward in this exciting time in your life, we sincerely hope that you will fully explore Modesto Junior College as well as our Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Athletics programs. DR. WILLIAM J. KAISER MODESTO JUNIOR COLLEGE DIVISION DEAN & ATHLETIC DIRECTOR (209) 575- 6835 // KAISERW@MJC.EDU PHOTO BY COREY STUBER 011 Spacious one, two and three bedrooms 1 Bedroom/ 1 Bath 760 sq. ft. Plan l A Newly remodeled interiors • All new appliances New countertops • Mirrored closet door Private patios or balconies with storage New landscaping • Ceiling fans Four laundry facilities • Security patrol Convenient to Downtown & Hwy 99 2 Bedrooms/ 2 Bath 876 sq. ft. Plan B The Redwoods Apartment Homes 2805 Yosemite Blvd. Modesto, CA 95354 Tel: (209) 523-0741 • Fax: (209) 523-4647 3 Bedrooms/ 2 Bath 1026 sq. ft. Plan C MSSpec1746 firstname.lastname@example.org redwoodsapartments.com FROMCSU STANISLAUS CSU STANISLAUS BUILDING PARTNERSHIPS AND PRIDE PHOTO BY COREY STUBER 013 J oseph Sheley spent much of his first year as interim president of California State University, Stanislaus, touring the Central Valley and meeting with business and community leaders and elected officials. In May 2013, the CSU Board of Trustees rewarded Sheley’s hard work with a permanent appointment as president of CSU Stanislaus, and he was formally invested as the university’s 10th president during a ceremony in November. Now in his first full academic year as president, Sheley continues to lay the groundwork for a new era of community partnership that will help uplift the entire region. “I’ve driven to cities and towns all over the region … to meet people and to listen to them, to see where our students live and work, and to send the message that we will come to them,” Sheley said. “We are not an island. We are part of an important region, and we truly want to partner in moving this region forward.” Sheley believes the university and the community should become stronger advocates for each other. CSU Stanislaus alumni, faculty, staff and students should not be shy, he said, when it comes to boasting about the university’s accomplishments and contributions to the region, among them: • CSU Stanislaus has been featured in the Princeton Review’s “Best Colleges” ranking for eight consecutive years and in U.S. News & World Report’s Best Colleges ranking 18 times. • The university has been recognized by the Princeton Review as one of the most environmentally increase attendance and spirit at home events, increase school spirit through social media, and improve the fan experience at games. Facility upgrades, such as lights being added to the baseball and softball fields on campus, will make it easier for fans to attend sporting events and help grow the community’s pride in the university. In his investiture address, Sheley said the university and community should identify and pursue common goals — chief among them, the well-rounded “A VISION IS ONLY AS GOOD AS THE COMMUNITY’S WILLINGNESS TO PURSUE IT — NOT JUST THE CAMPUS, BUT THE WHOLE REGION” JOSEPH SHELEY CSU STANISLAUS PRESIDENT responsible colleges in the U.S. and Canada, appearing in all four editions of the “Green Colleges” publication. The university has also been recognized nationally for its affordability and value, along with its friendliness toward military service members, veterans and their families. • For seven consecutive years, CSU Stanislaus has been recognized nationally on the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, honoring the university’s commitment to volunteering, service learning and civic engagement. • The university’s athletics programs have also become a great source of pride for the community, in part because of the spirit instilled in student-athletes. The athletics department has worked with the student body to education of graduates who will make their mark on the region regardless of their choice of major. That vision, he said, will only be achievable through the commitment of the university and region to common goals. “A vision is only as good as the community’s willingness to pursue it — not just the campus, but the whole region,” Sheley said. “I have never been so confident about anything in my life: This vision of our one university, one community will be our legacy — if you will join me in its pursuit.” JAMES LEONARD CSU STANISLAUS OFFICE OF COMMUNICATIONS AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS COME SEE OUR NEW SHOWROOM 4513 McHenry Ave. Modesto 529-2933 Open Everyday 9AM-9PM www.modestoscion.com 707026 or ? Scared? 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So whether you’re on the brink of graduation, or just ready for the summer, here are some tips for staving off Senioritis. PHOTO BY COREY STUBER Exercise 2 FEATURESTORY 017 Finding time to work out can be a challenge, but making fitness a priority is worth the sacrifice. The therapeutic benefits of a good run or hard gym session are immeasurable and can help release some of the anxiety and stress that come with a busy schedule and hard classes. According to the Mayo Clinic, regular physical activity will not only help you sleep better, but will actually give you more energy throughout the day. That energy could help you be more alert during class or power you through a study or homework session. In fact, research from Purdue University found that “Students who worked out at Purdue’s gym at least once a week were more likely to earn a higher grade point average than students who visited less or not at all.” So be sure to get that cardio in, it just might help you ace that exam. Get involved in clubs and organizations within your major. Being around like-minded people who have some of the same goals you have will help you stay the senior year course. Adding consistency and routine to your schedule by going to weekly meetings will also help you stay focused on academics and not on distractions. AddiProfessional tionally, professional clubs can also help build your resume by creating opportunities for you to network with other students as well as professionals in your field. These opportunities and connections could become invaluable to you after graduation, so be sure to take advantage of them. Club Join a 1 While classes and exams can be time consuming, getting a job or internship while in school has a number of benefits. An internship in your field of study is a great way to apply classroom concepts in a real work environment and the experience will help prepare you for the work force after graduation. If an internship isn’t an option, look for job openings at your school’s website. On campus positions generally have flexible hours so you will be able to work around your class. While an on campus job might not directly relate to your field of study, it will not only provide a source of extra income, but also will help you gain practical work skills and prepare you to handle work related responsibilities. 3 Work Fighting Senioritis is hard. Students put in a lot of work and it’s easy to feel overwhelmed, burned out, or just lazy. It is important to remember that as seniors you have worked your entire college career to get to graduation, and graduation is almost here — almost. There are still classes to attend, homework to turn in, essays to write and exams to take. So stay the course seniors, your next adventure is just around the corner. #collegelife FEATURESTORY BE YOUR OWN BOSS: WRITER: Paul Gonzalez EMAIL:firstname.lastname@example.org PHONE: (209) 385.2464 019 START-UP CULTURE ON CAMPUS Starting a business is a goal many students have, but you don’t have to wait years after graduation to put your plan into action. Successful corporations such as Google, Facebook and Microsoft were all started by college students and recent graduates. Here are some new and exciting start-ups with ties to a campus near you. Tin-Bin: Tin-Bin is a promising new software startup from UC Merced. The venture originated as the side project of UCM graduate Tyler Shaddix whose “Simple API for Google Analytics” called OOcharts has generated an enormous user base, including companies such as JP Morgan Chase and Forever 21 . The popularity of OOcharts, an application designed to let users organize their Google analytics, led Shaddix and his partners Jorge Marquez and Jared Calinisan to found Tin-Bin, a company based around the OOcharts product. OOcharts is just the first step though, according to Product Manager Jorge Marquez. Tin-Bin plans on publishing a portfolio of applications in the near future including a legal billing application that is already under construction. To that end, their personnel count has expanded from three to six, and as Marquez, Shaddix and the rest of the team realized, they needed additional man power to continue the business’ growth as they look to expand operations throughout Northern California and the Central Valley. Tin-Bin’s success is due in part to their “new age” business approach where the team works when they can from wherever they are. It’s an unorthodox model, but for a business that started in a living room, that flexibility has produced an impressive result. ////SEE PAGE20 BUILDING SUCCESS Top left to right: Juliane Soria, Claudia Canates. Bottom left to right: Tin Bin partners Jared Calinisan, Jorge Marquez, and Tyler Shaddix. FEATURESTORY 020 FROM PAGE 19//// Bounce: Andrew Thompson founded Bounce to solve a problem. A senior at the time attending UC Merced, Thompson realized how hard it was for students to get around the city, especially if they didn’t have a car. This led to the creation of Bounce, a ridesharing service that allowed students to connect with other student drivers. Users in need of local transportation bought tokens from the Bounce website and could redeem those credits in exchange for a ride to a given destination. Where Tin-Bin’s business strategy was laid-back and relaxed, Bounce took a more traditional approach. Thompson and his team created an 11-page business plan, and sought mentorship from UCM Professors S.A. Davis and Mark Harris. Despite all the planning and preparation done to ensure a smooth launch, new ridesharing laws have forced Bounce to change its business model. The service will now transition to a free forum based website where students can post ride wanted ads. Users will conduct their own transactions and Bounce will no longer charge a fee or provide drivers directly thereby reliving them of liabilities and other legal hurdles that made their old structure no longer viable. Bounce’s refreshed service will be operational in the coming months, but the company’s commitment to student service already makes it a success. To find out more about Bounce visit http://gobounce.it or www.facebook.com/bounceridesharing. FlexScore: People don’t usually associate finances with fun, but CSU Stanislaus graduate Jason Gordo wants to change that. Gordo and business partner Jeff Burrow and the founders of FlexScore, a social software platform designed a program to make managing your money as painless as possible. “We wanted to make it for the average normal person across the country,” said Gordo while describing FlexScore at the Finovate finance technology conference. After creating a FlexScore account, users fill out basic financial information, and FlexScore generates a score between 1- 1,000, the higher your score the better. Your score is meant to serve as a starting point and allows people to not only understand their financial situation, but what steps they can take to improve it. People can also see how their score ranks compared to others of similar age and location as well as income bracket. The system lets users “compete” for the highest score and social tools such as peer ranking and a point system based on individual milestones or “action steps.” This keeps everyone motivated to achieve financial success. FlexScore is still in beta, but if you’re interested in an easier way to keep tabs on your finances you can create a FlexScore account right now for free. Starting a business can be challenging and success is never a guarantee, but if you have an idea that you’re truly passionate about there’s no reason to wait. Even if your first attempt at a start-up isn’t successful, learning what it takes to run a business is just as important. What better way to do it than being the boss? #collegelife Check out how you rank financially with people in your age group at www.flexscore.com. 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Because of her high grade point average and her skills on the softball field, Nasrawi earned an academic and softball scholarship to California State University, Long Beach. She remembers wanting to play softball after she graduated high school. Her father told her that she had to have good grades or no one would give her a scholarship. That stuck and she played and worked hard to get to CSU Long Beach. “When I was a kid I played every weekend of my life. The majority of my youth was spent playing on the weekend.” Playing on the weekends, of course, doesn’t account for her many hours a day spent practicing. “I was privileged to have parents who allowed and helped me to do what I did,” she says. Currently, Nasrawi teaches conditioning/weight training and health lecture classes at MJC. She was hired as the head softball coach and part-time lecturer at MJC in 2007. Since 2008, she has also been the 9th grade health teacher at Peter Johansen High School part of the Modesto City Schools; her 12th year teaching high school. Her days in the spring are hectic. During the day she is at Johansen high school, then has MJC softball practice Monday through Friday after her high school teaching hours. After practice, a few times a week, she teaches her college level courses at MJC. On the weekends, she has MJC softball games. “I do have crazy days sometimes,” Nasrawi says. But all of her work it seems is done with the love for teaching, her students, and softball. She is the kind of coach who wants to be there for her students, like her parents were there for her. She helps students who want to further their softball careers and finds them scholarships to play at four-year universities. In the fall, she even went with a student athlete to Point Park University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She wanted to help her student athlete get a second opinion on the university. “I felt she needed help or a second opinion to make such a huge decision,” Nasrawi says. Her words reflect her understanding of what creates success in young people. She understands the work ethic to succeed and the need for mentors. She’s gone through that path and lives it everyday. Anyone who has her as a teacher and mentor should consider themselves lucky. Nasrawi herself feels grateful and loves what she does. During her down time when she has it, she enjoys physical activity that contributes to her well-being. It’s no surprise she picks weight lifting or running as activities to do on her free time. She’s been a life long athlete and does what any conditioned athlete does. She keeps going, consistent in her work and drive. #collegelife KELLY NASRAWI 023 MEET... PHOTO BY COREY STUBER UP TO BAT Kelly Nasrawi knocks it out of the park as head women’s softball coach for MJC. ? 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WRITER: Gayle Romasanta EMAIL:firstname.lastname@example.org PHONE: (415) 794-3975 PHOTO BY COREY STUBER Mariam Salameh, California State University, Stanislaus’ Associated Students Inc. president and CEO is one busy young woman. Born and raised in Modesto, Fall 2013 marked her first semester taking on the leadership position. Along with her 30 hours a week minimum on the job, she’s also a peer advisor for the CSU Stanislaus College of Business. She’s also a full-time public administration graduate student. “It’s a lot,” Salameh says. “But I love what I do, but it’s hard, I’m not going to lie,” she adds. Honest and hardworking, her outlook on living life fully is refreshing. “There’s not enough time in your life — you have to live in the moment and can’t waste it,” she says when asked about her attitude toward her full schedule. Salameh attended Grace M. Davis High School in Modesto, graduating in 2009. She was an undergraduate at CSU Stanislaus and loved her experience there so much, she enrolled into the three-year public administration graduate program. “A lot of people say I’m mature for my age,” the 22-year-old Salameh says. “I’m the oldest of four children. My parents worked so hard to put a roof over my head, which made me so driven and goal oriented.” Salameh is the first to graduate college in her family. Her parents, her sources of inspiration, and immigrants from Palestine, instilled strong values about education early on for her and her siblings. They stressed throughout Salameh’s childhood that getting an education was always worth the hard work. Salameh, whose optimism is infectious, offers sage advice to those students going through difficult times in their educational career. “I just want to advise students to never give up. If you think you can’t do it, it will get better,” she says. Life, though sometimes challenging, always gets better with a focus and goals Salameh passionately believes. Salameh has been part of the CSU Stanislaus leadership for longer than her semester as president. Her first years as an undergraduate, she was a volunteer member of the Warrior Squad, organizing large student spirit events. During her third year, she was elected as ASI board of director of diversity. Her fourth year, she was elected ASI vice president. After reflecting on her years of service at CSU Stanislaus, Salameh decided to run for president and endured a threeweek election campaign. The CSU Stanislaus community appreciates her years of service and most recently gave her touching, positive feedback after a speech she made at President Sheley’s inauguration. Salameh’s full schedule hardly allows time for her to think about how well she’s doing in everything she does. The positive comments she received helped her slow down and digest that she was making a difference in her community. As for Salameh’s plans for down time outside of CSU Stanislaus, she’s learning to carve some space for herself. “My family is proud and encouraging of me, but I always get reminded to have a mental break,” Salameh says. She doesn’t say she is taking a break anytime soon, but laughs that she’s trying to. #collegelife MARIAM SALAMEH STUDENT LEADER AND STRONG SUPPORTER OF CAMPUS PRIDE AND SPIRIT 026 Fuddruckers “We make it, You top it!” Minnies Cantonese and Mandarin Cuisine Established in 1954, Minnies has served Modesto and valley area for nearly four generations, featuring traditional Chinese family dinner. JP Asian Fusion A unique taste of Asia, featuring a rich assortment of sushi rolls, ﬁsh, teriyaki and Wok-ﬁred specials All you can eat fresh produce bar “100% all-American never-frozen, premium beef! 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As a student in college, I personally know that many of us are constantly pressed for time. With this time crunch, we find ourselves struggling to eat something other than the all too stereotypical Kraft Mac and Cheese and Nissin Top Ramen. While these options may curb our appetite, they are far from anything ‘healthy’ and ‘homemade.’ During my freshman year of college, I quickly discovered that the cafeteria food served on campus would not suffice my almost hourly food cravings. The French fries, the pizza, the pasta, and the cookies just wouldn’t cut it for me! Many times for dinner, you would find me sitting and talking with friends while munching on several bowls of the magically delicious Lucky Charms. Even at 19-years-old, the marshmallows will forever be my favorite part of that cereal. Nevertheless, I knew that I wouldn’t last very long on sugar and carbohydrates. With a suggestion from family members, I made a quick trip to buy my very first Rival Crock-Pot. Although we were not allowed to have these in the dorms, I was not going to allow myself to starve in college while many were gaining their ‘Freshmen 15.’ After searching for meals online and asking my own mother for ideas, I started to master several meals which became personal favorites of friends living in my hall. If you are just learning how to cook or just want simple easy meals, then I’ve got some great recipes for you. I live by the phrase, “Minimal effort with maximum taste.” So many people are often afraid to cook because they are afraid of failure. Even the professionals had to start somewhere. If you’ve ever seen the movie Julie & Julia, think of the way Meryl Streep portrays Julia Child in the kitchen. Right as Streep flips the omelet, she misses the pan, splattering several bits of egg all over the counter. 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Just make some adjustments to your recipe for the next time. Above, I’ve included two of my go-to meals for any day of the week. Like I said earlier, these recipes truly require minimal effort. You will be quite surprised with the outcome! These meals can all be prepared in the CrockPot (also known as a slow cooker) before you leave for work or school. They will be ready to go by dinnertime! I hope you find that these meals are as easy and delicious as I say they are. Trust me. It would be pretty difficult to mess these up. If you were trying to feed a group of friends, these meals would be perfect for just that. Your friends will honestly want to come back to your house/apartment/ dorm room for another meal. I wish you all the best of luck in your cooking adventures. Bon appétit! #collegelife EVENTSCALENDAR 028 to attend. For registration or information call (209) 575-7990 or email@example.com. MARCH 14 – 16 MARCH 4 CSU-STAN EVENTS ON SOCIAL MJC CAMPUS SCENE MARCH 21 MJC Theatre Department presents “Our Town” by Thornton Wilder, March 14-15 at 8:00 p.m. and March 15-16 at 2:00 p.m., Gallo Center for the Arts. Tickets available at the Gallo Center, 1000 I Street, Modesto, and online at www.galloarts.org. Guest Artist Recital Robin Fisher, soprano at 7:30 p.m. Performance is held in the Bernell and Flora Snider Music Recital Hall. Tickets are sold at the door on the date of the performance or in advance at www.csustan.edu/soa. For more information call the Department of Music at (209) 667-3421. MARCH 6 CSU-STAN MJC Modesto Area Partners in Science presents “Autism and Immunology” with Dr. Judy Van de Water, UC Davis Associate Professor, 7:00 p.m., Sierra Hall 132, West Campus, Free. MARCH 22 Wind Ensemble Concert at 7:30 p.m. Performance is held in the Bernell and Flora Snider Music Recital Hall. Tickets are sold at the door on the date of the performance or in advance at www.csustan.edu/soa. For more information call the Department of Music at (209) 667-3421. MARCH 7 MJC JANUARY 30 - MARCH 5, 2014 FEBRUARY 7 CSU-STAN Guest Artist Stan Wilson at the University Art Gallery Reception Thursday, February 6 at 5:30 p.m. Artist Talk at 6:00 p.m. The University Art Gallery is located in the lobby of the Drama Building. Gallery events are free and open to the public. For more information, please contact the Gallery Director at (209) 667-3186 or email Art_Gallery@csustan.ed. FEBRUARY 1 CSU-STAN Faculty Recital Randall Keith, string bass at 7:30 p.m. Performance is held in the Bernell and Flora Snider Music Recital Hall. Tickets are sold at the door on the date of the performance or in advance at www.csustan.edu/soa. For more information call the Department of Music at (209) 667-3421. FEBRUARY 20 Hispanic Education Conference, 8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m., Auditorium, Performing and Media Arts Center, East Campus, free. The conference encourages local high school and college students to choose a career path, focus on a goal and pursue higher education to achieve their goal. For registration or information call (209) 575-6698 or firstname.lastname@example.org. MARCH 22 CSU-STAN Faculty Recital Deborah Kavasch, soprano Joseph Wiggett, baritone at 7:30 p.m. Performance is held in the Bernell and Flora Snider Music Recital Hall. Tickets are sold at the door on the date of the performance or in advance at www.csustan.edu/soa. For more information call the Department of Music at (209) 667-3421. MARCH 20 MJC MJC CSU-STAN MJC Champion Choice Project Animal Sale – Project Pig Sale of MJC produced Pigs, Agriculture Education Center, West Campus, open to the public. MARCH 26 CSU-STAN MJC Electronic Music Concert, 7:30 p.m., Music Recital Hall, Music Building 108, East Campus, free. MARCH 29 Chamber Orchestra Concert at 7:30 p.m. Performance is held in the Bernell and Flora Snider Music Recital Hall. Tickets are sold at the door on the date of the performance or in advance at www.csustan.edu/soa. For more information call the Department of Music at (209) 667-3421. MARCH 21 CSU-STAN MJC Martin Luther King Commemoration featuring guest speaker Diane Nash, 7:00 p.m. Auditorium, Performing and Media Arts Center, East Campus, free. FEBRUARY 19 - 23 MJC Off-Balance Dance in Repertory Concert, February 19 – 22 at 7:30 p.m. and Feb. 23 at 2:00 p.m. Auditorium, Performing and Media Arts Center, East Campus, $10 general, $8 students/ seniors, $5 for Student Preview Night on Feb. 19. Tickets available at the Box Office, (209) 575-6776, online at http:// mjc.tix.com and at the door. FEBRUARY 25 Faculty Recital David Wells, bassoon at 7:30 p.m. Performance is held in the Bernell and Flora Snider Music Recital Hall. Tickets are sold at the door on the date of the performance or in advance at www.csustan.edu/soa. For more information call the Department of Music at (209) 667-3421. FEBRUARY 27 MJC Field Day – Annual Field Day comprised of 20 competitive contests for FFA members from throughout the state, Agriculture Education Center, West Campus. Faculty Recital Jeannine Dennis, flute at 7:30 p.m. Performance is held in the Bernell and Flora Snider Music Recital Hall. Tickets are sold at the door on the date of the performance or in advance at www. csustan.edu/soa. For more information call the Department of Music at (209) 667-3421. featured event CSU-STAN MJC MJC Speech and Debate Team presents Spring Speech Night, performances at 4:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m., $5 presale tickets and $7 the day of the event. FEBRUARY 28 Faculty Recital Leah Carl, violin at 7:30 p.m. Performance is held in the Bernell and Flora Snider Music Recital Hall. Tickets are sold at the door on the date of the performance or in advance at www.csustan.edu/soa. For more information call the Department of Music at (209) 667-3421. MARCH 1 MJC MJC Modesto Area Partners in Science presents “Chaos Theory” with Dr. Kevin Mitchell, Associate Professor, UC Merced, 7:00 p.m., Sierra Hall 132, West Campus, free. African American Education Conference, 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., Mary Stuart Rogers Student Learning Center, West Campus, free. The conference assists junior high and high school students in developing a plan of action to ensure student success. Parents are also encouraged MARCH 22 MJC MJC Champion Choice Project Animal Sale – Project Pig Sale of MJC produced Pigs, Agriculture Education Center, West Campus, open to the public. featured event APRIL 11 MJC Modesto Area Partners in Science presents “Science and Art” with Dr. Carlo Séquin, UC Berkeley Professor of Computer Science, 7:00 p.m., Sierra Hall 132, West Campus, free APRIL 14 Tickets are sold at the door on the date of the performance or in advance at www.csustan.edu/soa. For more information call the Department of Music at (209) 667-3421. APRIL 5 CSU-STAN MJC Jazz Band Concert, 7:30 p.m., Auditorium, Performing and Media Arts Center, East Campus, free/ donations accepted APRIL 15 MJC APRIL 21 5th Annual Robert Danziger Memorial Chamber Music Concert at 7:30 p.m. Performance is held in the Bernell and Flora Snider Music Recital Hall. Tickets are sold at the door on the date of the performance or in advance at www.csustan.edu/soa. For more information call the Department of Music at (209) 667-3421. APRIL 15 MJC Symphonic Band Concert, 7:30 p.m., Auditorium, Performing and Media Arts Center, East Campus, free with donations accepted. Poet Patricia Smith, winner of the Academy of American Poets’ 2013 Lenore Marshall Poetry Prize Reading, Q&A, and Book Signing, 7 p.m., Music Recital Hall, East Campus, free APRIL 16 – 18 CSU-STAN MJC MARCH 25 CSU-STAN Jazz Ensemble Concert With guest artist Marcus Shelby at 7:30 p.m. Performance is held in the Bernell and Flora Snider Music Recital Hall. Tickets are sold at the door on the date of the performance or in advance at www.csustan.edu/soa. For more information call the Department of Music at (209) 667-3421. MARCH 27 the public. For more information, please contact the Gallery Director at (209) 667-3186 or email Art_Gallery@ csustan.edu. APRIL 5 Choreographer’s Showcase, 7:30 p.m., Cabaret Dance Theatre, El Capitan Building, West Campus, $10 general and $8 students/seniors. APRIL 16 Percussion Ensemble Concert at 7:30 p.m. Performance is held in the Bernell and Flora Snider Music Recital Hall. Tickets are sold at the door on the date of the performance or in advance at www.csustan.edu/soa. For more information call the Department of Music at (209) 667-3421. APRIL 29 CSU-STAN MJC MJC MJC Spring Classic – Sanctioned Junior Jackpot Sheep, Swine & Goat Shows open to junior exhibitors to compete and to the public for viewing, Agriculture Education Center, West Campus. APRIL 5 Earth Day Celebration, 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. on the MJC East Campus Quad, free. APRIL 22 MJC CSU-STAN Jazz Combos Concert at 7:30 p.m. Performance is held in the Bernell and Flora Snider Music Recital Hall. Tickets are sold at the door on the date of the performance or in advance at www.csustan.edu/soa. For more information call the Department of Music at (209) 667-3421. MARCH 28 MJC MJC Community Orchestra Concert, 7:30 p.m., Auditorium, Performing and Media Arts Center, East Campus, $5 general and $1 students/seniors. APRIL 23 Latin Jazz Tribute: “Collective” Jazz Concert at 7:30 p.m. Performance is held in the Bernell and Flora Snider Music Recital Hall. Tickets are sold at the door on the date of the performance or in advance at www.csustan.edu/soa. For more information call the Department of Music at (209) 667-3421. MAY 1 CSU-STAN MJC Concert Band in Performance, 7:30 p.m., Auditorium, Performing and Media Arts Center, East Campus, free with donations accepted. APRIL 24 Student Chamber Music Concert at 7:30 p.m. Performance is held in the Bernell and Flora Snider Music Recital Hall. Tickets are sold at the door on the date of the performance or in advance at www.csustan.edu/soa. For more information call the Department of Music at (209) 667-3421. MAY 5 CSU-STAN Choral Concert University Chamber Singers and Concert Chorale Opera Workshop: Dido and Aeneas at 7:30 p.m. Performance is held in the Bernell and Flora Snider Music Recital Hall. Tickets are sold at the door on the date of the performance or in advance at www.csustan.edu/soa. For more information call the Department of Music at (209) 667-3421. MARCH 6-8, 13-15 AT 8 P.M. MARCH 9, 16 AT 2 P.M. MJC MJC Agriculture Annual Scholarship Breakfast, open to MJC Ag students and to scholarship donors only. APRIL 25 18th Annual Plant Sale – Annual sale of MJC produced landscape and house plants, MJC Nursery, open to the public. APRIL 9 CSU-STAN MJC MJC Choir Performance, 7:30 p.m., Auditorium, Performing and Media Arts Center, East Campus, admission TBA. APRIL 29 Jazz in the Park Jazz Ensemble and Combos at 7:30 p.m. Performance is held in the Bernell and Flora Snider Music Recital Hall. Tickets are sold at the door on the date of the performance or in advance at www.csustan.edu/soa. For more information call the Department of Music at (209) 667-3421. MAY 6 MJC CSU-STAN Original Student Performance Created by students Directed by Amy Seely $10/$8. For ticket information, please call the Box Office at (209) 667-3166. Tickets are also available online at www.csustan.edu/soa. For additional information, please contact the Theatre Department at (209) 667-3451. MAR. 10 - APR. 15, 2014 Celebration of the Humanities Writing Awards Ceremony (honoring student winners in essay, fiction, and poetry), 7:00 p.m., Little Theatre, Performing Arts Center, East Campus, free APRIL 11 -18 MJC Storytelling Evening, 5:30 p.m., Little Theatre, Performing and Media Arts Center, East Campus, free. APRIL 29, 30, MAY 1, 2, 3, 4 CSU-STAN MJC CSU-STAN Celebration of the Humanities Student Art Exhibit, opening ceremony at 1:00 p.m. on April 11, MJC Art Gallery, East Campus, free. APRIL 11 CSU-STAN MJC Mohammad Reza Tahmasbpour: Surveiling the Naked City Video art from Tehran, curated by Sandra Skurvida Reception Thurs., March 20 at 5:30 p.m. Artist Talk at 6:00 p.m. The University Art Gallery is located in the lobby of the Drama Building. Gallery events are free and open to Celebration of the Humanities New Music Concert, 7:30 p.m., Auditorium, Performing and Media Arts Center, East Campus, free Shakespeare Under the Stars The Twelfth Night Shakespeare’s classic comedy of mistaken identities, bewildering desires, practical jokes, and ribald revelry set in the excitement of the Roaring Twenties. Directed by Daniel Gately, performance begins at dusk University Amphitheatre, Free. APRIL 3 The 29th Annual Student Composition Festival 20th Century Techniques Projects at 5:00 p.m. Composition Studio Recital at 8:00 p.m., free. Performance is held in the Bernell and Flora Snider Music Recital Hall. Tickets are sold at the door on the date of the performance or in advance at www.csustan.edu/soa. For more information call the Department of Music at (209) 667-3421. MAY 8 CSU-STAN CSU-STAN Guest Artist Recital Friction Quartet at 7:30 p.m. Performance is held in the Bernell and Flora Snider Music Recital Hall. Wind Ensemble Concert at 7:30 p.m. Performance is held in the Bernell and Flora Snider Music Recital Hall. Tickets are sold at the door on the date of the performance or in advance at www.csustan.edu/soa. For more information call the Department of Music at (209) 667-3421. CAMPUSCOUTURE 030 MUST-HAVE FOR 2014 WRITER: Paul Gonzalez EMAIL:email@example.com PHONE: (209) 385-2464 THE STUFF YOU WANT AND NEED #1 iPAD AIR Apple Retail Store 3401 Dale Rd Modesto, CA 95356 (209) 342-1500 In June 2010, Apple released the original iPad and in doing so, effectively jumpstarted the tablet market. Apple’s latest iPad design continues the standard of excellence that made the iPad brand so iconic. Visually, the iPad Air is a familiar design — looking almost exactly like an expanded version of the iPad mini. This isn’t a negative though; at roughly 7.5 mm in thickness, the Air is the thinnest iPad to date and the reduction in weight over the previous generation makes it a pleasure to hold, even in one hand. In traditional Apple fashion, the iPad Air’s build quality is impeccable. Its aluminum unibody construction not only looks sleek, but also gives the Air a solid durable feel unmatched by the competition. Its metal frame houses the same A7 64-bit chip that powers iPhone 5s and performance, as expected, is ridiculously fast. The Air flies through everyday tasks. Apps open instantly, HD video playback is smooth, despite the high screen resolution, and web browsing is lag free. The iPad Air’s best feature is its app ecosystem. The App Store has every application a student could ever need. From productivity to procrastination, Apple’s catalogue of over 1 million apps is the most comprehensive of any mobile OS. Students looking for a powerful tablet that can do it all can’t go wrong with the iPad Air. FROM$499 CAMPUSCOUTURE 031 #2 BAG: Kenneith Cole Risky Business Messenger A perfect blend of functionality and professional style makes the ‘Risky Business’ a must buy, especially at its aggressive price point. It’s leather, so it will be forgiving during clean up and more durable than a canvas or nylon bag. PRICE: $71.99 INFORMATION: amazon.com #3 PHONE: Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Samsung’s latest flagship smartphone is possibly the most powerful on the market. With a quad core processor and gorgeous 5.6 inch HD screen, the Note 3 has more than enough horsepower to plough through work, school and everything in between. 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When colleges were founded in North America, many of the traces of student organizations and independence were not incorporated into modern-day learning. Students eventually set off to form their own groups to debate and discuss current events and literature that was not part of their college curriculum. Some met in secrecy, while some schools supported the free thinking of these clubs. One of the first American schools to establish a college society was the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Va., where the Phi Beta Kappa Society was founded, setting the precedent 033 for naming North American college societies after Greek-letter initials. Other societies soon began to form under the basis of literary debates and other educational merits, like the Chi Delta Theta group at Yale. It was not until the Kappa Alpha society, the first general Greek letter fraternity, was formed at Union College in Schenectady, N.Y., that the focus of fraternities turned from being merely academic to more socially-oriented. Many fraternities for men, and later sororities for women, began as localized Greek societies unique to particular schools. However, Sigma Phi, another fraternity formed at Union College, became the first Greek organization to es- tablish a chapter at another college, making it the first national Greek organization. Today many Greek organizations have national reach. Modern-day Greek societies have moved beyond strictly academic pursuits. Many are now used as social, honorary and professional groups that promote a variety of ideals. Greek life encompasses many traditions. Some organizations keep their constitutions secret, while others advertise their goals and traditions in an effort to gain new membership. Original Greek societies based initiation rites on ceremonies borrowed from historical accounts, philosophy and Going Greek at CSU Stanislaus Sororities: Alpha Xi Delta, Phi Sigma Sigma, Alpha Pi Sigma, Delta Phi Gamma, Lambda Sigma Gamma, Phi Lambda Rho, Sigma Alpha Iota Music Fraternity, Sigma Omega Phi, and Upsilon Kappa Delta Multicultural Inc. Fraternities: Nu Alpha Kappa, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Theta Chi, Kappa Sigma, Phi Mu Alpha, Chi Delta Beta, and Omega Nu Omega (Co-Ed). MORE INFORMATION: www.csustan.edu/sld/GreekLife.html literature. As time went on, many of these classic rites were abandoned and fraternities created their own ceremonies. Some believe this is when “hazing” was established. There are different ways in which new members are inducted into Greek organizations. Some are given formal invitations initiated by current members. Many others are recruited through campus events and “Greek weeks.” In the past, such weeks were known as “rush,” and some schools still refer to them as such. The word “rush” comes from the period when Greek societies rushed to get to incoming freshmen first, luring them away from other organizations. Some organizations need to keep chapter houses full, while commuter schools may not have such large Greek presences on campus. Either way, fresh recruitment is needed each and every year in order to keep organizations alive. According to information published by StateUniversity.com, a school and university directory, more than 10 percent of all college students are members of a Greek-letter society. In the early 21st century, there were more than 5,500 chapters on 800 campuses throughout the United States and Canada. Generally, Greek organizations can be good places to meet new people and partake in various activities, including sports, parties, community service projects, and academic concentrations. However, fraternities and sororities have long been marred by poor public image due in part to hazing and parties that got out of control. Many schools have attempted to reform Greek organizations to improve Greek life and shift the focus from partying and destructive behaviors to more noble pursuits. New college students may want to learn about Greek organizations on campus. Fraternities and sororities can be a good way to expand social and educational horizons while at school. #collegelife 034 DIRECT APPLIANCE O ne thing is certain at Direct Appliance; our customers continue to follow their passion for beautiful kitchens and high-performance appliances, and you continue to choose Direct Appliance. We don’t take this casually. 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Nilda and Niel Valmores cheer on the CSU Stanlislaus Warriors. SCENE AROUND TOWN PHOTOS BY COREY STUBER Greg and Martha Helm are all smiles attending a recent MJC menâ€™s basketball game. MJC celebrates Legends Night during the annual MJC menâ€™s basktball tournament, the longest running basketball tournament in the state. Left to right: LT Melton, Tyler Watts, Marvin White, Deaontay Hollam, Meshawn Beard and Deanzal Henderson enjoy a game at MJC. CSU Stanislaus mascot Titus hangs out with fan, Mia Grays. Located on 2501 McHenry Ave. Modesto CA 95350 For information call 209-529-2829 The Perfect Banquet Hall For Your Perfect Events California Bistro Restaurant Now Open for Lunch only from 11:30 to 3:00 pm Urbanobistro.com ModSpec_1824 1016 H St. Modesto CA 95354 038 IS THERE A SCIENCE TO NURTURING WRITER: Gayle Romasanta SCHOOL SPIRIT? EMAIL:firstname.lastname@example.org PHONE: (415) 794-3975 WHEN ASKED ABOUT HOW TO NURTURE SCHOOL SPIRIT, Modesto Junior College Dean of Physical, Recreations and Health Education/Director of Athletics, Dr. William Kaiser and California State University, Stanislaus Director of Athletics, Michael Matoso both answered “by winning.” Winning is a no brainer, but there’s more to it than a talented team of student athletes. It’s a balancing act for schools to not just have successful athletic teams, but to also create the best learning environment for students; those enrolled in courses within each school’s athletic department as well as their student athletes. Kaiser, MJC’s Dean/Athletic Director since July 2000 believes the history behind their 21 athletic teams is one of the reasons they have been so successful at nurturing school spirit and their student athletes. “There are many alums in our surrounding community who continually show great pride and support for our college as a whole, as well as our highly competitive athletics program,” Kaiser says. “There’s so much history at Modesto Junior College, and the interesting sport stories come mostly from MJC coaches, past and present, who understand its winning tradition.” Kaiser’s current coaches and staff are like family to him. He talks of Sam Young, MJC’s head football coach and Steve Aristotelous, head women’s soccer coach, who just recently became the coaches with the most wins ever in the history of MJC, during Kaiser’s tenure. He also talks of Paul Aiello, head baseball coach, who has the most wins ever in MJC history, and begins his 28th season this spring. Kaiser also marvels at the college’s annual basketball tournament¬–one of the longest running men’s basketball tournaments in the country. It started around the same time the NCAA began its basketball tournament in 1938. Legendary baseball player Jackie Robinson played in the first MJC tournament. Student athletes are also asked to not only perform well on the team, but academically as well. “The coaches and I emphasize academics at every possible opportunity that presents itself,” he says. Priority registration for student athletes is something Kaiser has championed, trying to make academic life and working outside of practice and class times easier for them. “Our student athletes sacrifice so much for the privilege of competing, so that their priority registration allows them to get classes early in the registration process, maybe work at a part-time job and perform well in the classroom,” he adds. “Typically, our student athletes out perform the general student population in terms of grade point averages, and transfer at roughly twice the overall rate of students declaring an intent to transfer. As a result, MJC’s athletics program is arguably one of the college’s most thriving student success initiatives,” Kaiser says. Kaiser is a firm believer in the learning community at MJC. So ////SEE PAGE40 NOTHIN’ BUT NET An MJC Pirates basketball player goes in for a layup. “MJC’S ATHLETICS PROGRAM IS ARGUABLY ONE OF THE COLLEGE’S MOST THRIVING SUCCESS INITIATIVES” MJC DEAN OF PHYSICAL RECREATIONS AND HEALTH EDUCATION/ DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS DR. WILLIAM KAISER PHOTO COURTESY OF MODESTO JUNIOR COLLEGE PHOTOGRAPHER DAVID TODD COVERSTORY 040 WE WANT TO CONNECT WITH COMMUNITY. WE WANT TO CREATE EVENTS, NOT JUST GAMES” CSU STANISLAUS DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS MICHAEL MATOSO MASCOT MEET & GREET Eugene Ross, Chris Gaugler and CSU Stanislaus Mascot, Titus. PHOTOS BY COREY STUBER FROM PAGE 38//// much so, his children attended MJC. “Two of my daughters graduated from here, and one of my daughters transferred before graduation in order to attend CSU Stanislaus.” He says. “I always told them that if you do well at MJC, you’ll do well wherever you transfer.” They loved their time here at Modesto Junior College,” he adds. Matoso, CSU Stanislaus’ Director of Athletics since May 2012 is leading up a much younger program than MJC. He believes winning helps school spirit, but the school must also create its own niche. “This is a good opportunity to make a fun event. We want to connect with community. We want to create events, not just games. We want to create a fun family event,” Matoso says. This adds to school spirit, where games are accessible to students and families on a strict budget. “You can go to a game and a family can eat for under $30-$40,” he adds. This academic year, CSU Stanislaus hosted the women’s NCAA playoff in soccer. The event drew a crowd of 800-900 people. CSU Stanislaus, while young, is hoping to rebrand its athletics program and differentiate itself from high school athletics programs. “This is very athletic and entertaining,” Matoso says about the difference between high school and college sports. Most times, Matoso says people are usually surprised at the athleticism if they have never seen a college sports game before. CSU Stanislaus has giveaways at almost every game. Bottles, scarves, and hats sporting the CSU Stanislaus Warriors logo are given away for free. Team posters are also available, like for women’s basketball. Parking is plentiful and the food is tasty and within budget. All the ingredients are there to create large events that are fun for the community and students. However, families are so busy today, with parents COVERSTORY 041 juggling their children in multiple sports, it’s difficult to compete with full schedules. But Matoso is not derailed. In the future of CSU Stanislaus he sees a pep band and more community involved. “We’re the only NCAA school in this county, not just in Turlock, but the area,” he says. This is an accomplishment and something he hopes the community will in turn support fully. Ultimately, it’s not just winning that nurtures school spirit. It’s the chemistry and balancing act of pride in educational services, positive school culture, and supportive institutions and the engagement of a community. Having a community coming to events, rooting for student athletes to succeed in their sports and in the classroom is part of the formula to nurture school spirit and a campus’ learning culture. To support MJC and CSU Stanislaus, check out College Life’s athletics schedule pages so you can attend an event and cheer your team on! #collegelife CSU Stanislaus Warriors vs. the UC Merced Bobcats. ? What are you doing to contribute to school spirt? Let us know #collegelife on Twitter and Facebook. SCHEDULE ATHLETICS PHOTO COURTESY OF MODESTO JUNIOR COLLEGE PHOTOGRAPHER DAVID TODD ATHLETICSSCHEDULE JANUARY DATE TIME 24-25 28 28 28 28 30 31 31 31 All Day 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 3:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM TBA 11:30 AM 1:00 PM TEAM CSU-Stan Track & Field MJC Men’s Tennis MJC Women’s Tennis MJC Softball MJC Baseball MJC Women’s Tennis MJC Women’s Tennis MJC Men’s/Women’s Swimming MJC Baseball OPPONENT/EVENT Jackson/NB West Invitational Diablo Valley College Diablo Valley College Colege of San Mateo Mission College Chabot College Foothill Doubles Tourney Dual Los Positas College (Short) De Anza College 043 LOCATION Nampa, ID Pleasant Hill Castro Valley San Mateo San Jose Hayward Los Gatos Los Positas Modesto FEBRUARY 1 2 2 3 4 4 4 6 6-8 7 7 7 7 8 8 9 8 8 8 9 9 11 11 11 11 11 13 13 13-16 14 14 14 15 14-15 14-15 14-15 15 15 11:00 AM Noon TBA 11:30 AM 3:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 3:00 PM 8:00 AM 2:00 PM 1:00 PM 4:00 PM 1:00 PM 11:00 AM Noon 10:00 AM 8:00 AM Noon 4:00 PM Noon Noon 2:00 PM Noon 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 3:00 PM 2:00 PM Noon TBA 11:00 AM Noon 6:00 PM Noon All Day 10:00 AM All Day 11:00 AM 6:00 PM MJC Men’s/Women’s Swimming CSU-Stan Women’s Tennis CSU-Stan Softball MJC Men’s Golf MJC Softball MJC Women’s Tennis MJC Men’s Tennis MJC Softball MJC Women’s Tennis MJC Men’s/Women’s Swimming MJC Men’s Tennis CSU-Stan Baseball MJC Baseball MJC Baseball MJC Softball MJC Men’s/Women’s Swimming MJC Women’s Track & Field CSU-Stan Women’s Tennis CSU-Stan Baseball CSU-Stan Women’s Tennis CSU-Stan Softball MJC Baseball MJC Men’s Golf MJC Women’s Tennis MJC Men’s Tennis MJC Softball MJC Softball MJC Men’s Golf CSU-Stan Women’s Tennis MJC Men’s/Women’s Swimming CSU-StanSoftball CSU-StanBaseball MJC Baseball MJC Men’s Tennis MJC Women’s Track & Field CSU-Stan Track & Field CSU-Stan Softball CSU-Stan Baseball Central Cal Relays Sierra College Best of the West Invitational Stanford Invitational Foothill College Santa Rosa College Folsom Lake College Ohlone College Mission Tournament Cabrillo Dual American River College Fresno Pacific Lassen College Lassen College San Jose State West Valley Invite Learn-by-Doing Clinic Fresno Pacific Fresno Pacific Dominican Dominican Mission College Delta College & Folsom Lake College Sierra College Santa Rosa Junior College Chabot College Porterville College Modesto Turlock TBA Stanford GC Modesto Santa Rosa Modesto Modesto Santa Clara Santa Cruz Modesto Fresno Modesto Modesto Modesto Saratoga Modesto Turlock Turlock Turlock Turlock Modesto Van Buskirk GC Rocklin Modesto Hayward Modesto Rancho Murieta CC AZ Modesto Turlock Turlock San Pablo Modesto Walnut Seattle, WA Turlock Turlock American River College, Delta College, Folsom Lake College TBA Central Valley Sprint Meet CSU-Dominguez Hills Southern Indiana Contra Costa College MJC Invitational Mt. San Antonio Invitational Husky Classic CSU-Dominguez Hills Southern Indiana SCHEDULE ATHLETICS PHOTO COURTESY OF MODESTO JUNIOR COLLEGE PHOTOGRAPHER DAVID TODD ATHLETICSSCHEDULE FEBRUARY continued DATE TIME 16 16 16 17 18 18 18 18 18 20 21 21 21 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 23 24 24-25 25 25 25 25 27 27 27-28 28 28 28 28 11:00 AM All Day All Day 10:00 AM 2:00 PM 11:00 AM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 2:00 PM 1:00 PM Noon 2:00 PM 1:00 PM 10:00 AM Noon 9:00 AM Noon Noon 11:00 AM Noon 4:00 PM All Day 2:00 PM Noon 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 3:00 PM Noon All Day 1:00 PM 1:00 PM Noon 2:00 PM TEAM CSU-Stan Baseball CSU- Stan Track & Field CSU-Stan Track & Field MJC Softball MJC Baseball MJC Men’s Golf MJC Women’s Tennis MJC Men’s Tennis MJC Women’s Tennis MJC Baseball MJC Men’s Tennis CSU-Stan Softball CSU-Stan Baseball MJC Baseball MJC Softball MJC Women’s Track & Field MJC Men’s Track & Field CSU-Stan Softball CSU-Stan Women’s Tennis CSU-Stan Baseball CSU-Stan Baseball CSU-Stan Softball CSU-Stan Men’s Golf MJC Softball MJC Men’s Golf MJC Women’s Tennis MJC Men’s Tennis MJC Softball MJC Men’s Golf CSU-Stan Track & Field MJC Women’s Tennis MJC Men’s Tennis CSU-Stan Softball CSU-Stan Baseball OPPONENT/EVENT Southern Indiana University of Washington Open Run for the Dream (CSU-FRESNO) College of the Sequoias, Cabrillo College West Valley College Stockton Invitational Big 8 #1 * Fresno City College * Fresno City College Reedley College * West Valley College Reedley College CSU-Chico * San Francisco State University * West Valley College Lassen College, De Anza College Delta College 209 Shootout CSU-Chico * CSU-Sonoma San Francisco State University * San Francisco State University * Notre Dame de Namur Coyote Invitational (CSU- San Bernardino) 045 LOCATION Turlock Seattle, WA Fresno Modesto Modesto Stockton CC Modesto Fresno Reedley Saratoga Reedley Chico Turlock Modesto Modesto Stockton Stockton Chico Turlock San Francisco Turlock Turlock Merced College Arrowhead CC San Bernardino Merced Chardonnay GC Modesto Elk Grove Fresno Ancil Hoffman Chico Visalia Modesto San Francisco Los Angeles Delta College, Sierra College, Napa Valley College Consumnes River College * Consumnes River College * Fresno City College American River College, Delta College, Sierra College Chico Multi Events Classic (CSU-Chico) College of the Sequoias * Chabot College San Francisco State * CSU-Los Angeles * MARCH 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1-2 All Day 11:00 AM 10:00 AM 9:00 AM 9:00 AM Noon TBA All Day 11:00 AM TBA CSU-Stan Track & Field MJC Baseball MJC Men’s/Women’s Swimming MJC Women’s Track & Field MJC Men’s Track & Field CSU-Stan Softball CSU-Stan Women’s Tennis CSU-Stan Track & Field CSU-Stan Baseball MJC Softball SPU Last Chance Meet Mendocino College Merced Dual (Long) Beaver Relays (American River College) Kim Duyst Invitational San Francisco State * Holy Names University Kim Duyst Invitational CSU-Los Angeles * Fresno Bash Tournament Seattle, WA Modesto Merced Sacramento Turlock San Francisco Oakland Turlock Los Angeles Fresno ATHLETICSSCHEDULE MARCH continued DATE TIME 2 3-4 4 4 4 4 6 6 7 7 7 7 7 8 8 8 8 8 8 9 11 11 11 11 11 13 13 13 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14-15 15 15 15 15 16 16 18 18 18 18 18 20 21 11:00 AM All Day 2:00 PM Noon 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 2:00 PM Noon 1:00 PM 9:00 AM 1:00 PM 4:00 PM 2:00 PM 11:00 AM Noon 11:00 AM TBA 2:00 PM All Day Noon 3:00 PM 2:30 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM Noon 2:30 PM Noon 9:00 AM 2:30 PM 11:00 AM 1:00 PM 9:00 AM 1:00 PM 6:00 PM 1:00 PM All Day Noon Noon 2:00 PM All Day Noon 11:00 AM 2:30 PM 3:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM Noon 2:30 PM 1:00 PM TEAM CSU-Stan Baseball CSU-Stan Men’s Golf MJC Baseball MJC Men’s Golf MJC Women’s Tennis MJC Men’s Tennis MJC Baseball MJC Men’s Golf MJC Women’s Tennis MJC Men’s/Women’s Track & Field MJC Men’s Tennis CSU-Stan Softball CSU-Stan Baseball MJC Baseball MJC Softball CSU-Stan Softball CSU-Stan Women’s Tennis CSU-Stan Baseball CSU-Stan Track & Field CSU-Stan Baseball MJC Softball MJC Baseball MJC Women’s Tennis MJC Men’s Tennis MJC Men’s Golf MJC Baseball MJC Men’s Golf MJC Women’s Track & Field MJC Baseball MJC Men’s/Women’s Swimming MJCWomen’s Tennis MJC Men’s Track & Field MJC Men’s Tennis CSU-StanBaseball CSU-Stan Softball CSU-Stan Track & Field MJC Softball CSU-Stan Softball CSU-Stan Baseball CSU-Stan Track & Field CSU-Stan Women’s Tennis CSU-Stan Baseball MJC Baseball MJC Softball MJC Women’s Tennis MJC Men’s Tennis MJC Men’s Golf MJC Baseball MJC Softball OPPONENT/EVENT CSU-Los Angeles * St. Edward’s Invitational Solano College Big 8 Tournament #2 * Sacramento City College Sacramento City College Napa Valley College Big 8 Tournament #3 * Fresno City College * Jack Albiani Invitational Fresno City College CSU-San Bernardino * CSU-East Bay * Yuba College Sacramento City College * CSU-San Bernardino * Academy of Art CSU-East Bay * Stanislaus Open CSU-East Bay * Santa Rosa Junior College * Diablo Valley College Reedley College * Reedley College Big 8 Tournament #4 * Diablo Valley College * Big 8 Tournament #5 * De Anza Invitational Diablo Valley College * Big 8 Invite Consumnes River College * De Anza College Invitational Consumnes River College CSU- San Bernardino * CSU-Monterey Bay * NCAA Indoor Championships Consumnes River College * CSU-Monterey Bay * CSU-San Bernardino * Al Brenda Invitational CSU-Sonoma CSU-San Bernardino * Consumnes River College Delta College * College of the Sequoias * Mission College * Delta College, Napa Valley College Consumnes River College * Diablo Valley College * 047 LOCATION Los Angeles Grey Rock GC Austin, TX Fairfield Buskirk GC Sacramento Sacramento Modesto Yolo Flyers CC Fresno Modesto Fresno Turlock Turlock Marysville Modesto Turlock San Francisco Hayward Turlock Turlock Santa Rosa Pleasant Hill Modesto Reedley Del Rio CC Modesto Chardonnay GC San Jose Pleasant Hill Pleasant Valley Sacramento Cupertino Modesto Turlock Turlock Winston-Salem, NC Sacramento Turlock Turlock Turlock Rohnert Park Turlock Modesto Modesto Modesto Santa Clara 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Turlock 99 1-209-892-3341 • 1-209-527-0550 From Modesto Mon.-Fri. 8am-7pm Sat. 9am-5pm • Sun 11am-4pm Cro ws L 33 end in st We Sid eF wy 708097 ATHLETICSSCHEDULE MARCH continued DATE TIME 21 21 21 21 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 23 23-25 24-25 25 25 27 28 28 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 30 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 6:00 PM 1:00 PM 10:00 AM 8:00 AM 9:00 AM Noon All Day 2:00 PM Noon TBA All Day 2:30 PM 3:00 PM 2:30 PM 6:00 PM 1:00 PM 9:00 AM 11:00 AM 2:00 PM Noon Noon Noon 1:00 PM Noon TEAM MJC Women’s Tennis CSU-Stan Softball MJC Men’s Tennis CSU-Stan Baseball MJC Baseball MJC Men’s/Women’s Swimming MJC Women’s Track & Field MJC Men’s Track & Field CSU-Stan Softball CSU-Stan Track & Field CSU-Stan Baseball CSU-Stan Baseball MJC Women’s Tennis CSU-Stan Men’s Golf MJC Baseball MJC Softball MJC Baseball CSU-StanBaseball CSU-Stan Softball MJC Men’s Track & Field CSU-Stan Softball CSU-Stan Baseball CSU-Stan Women’s Tennis MJC Women’s Track & Field MJC Softball MJC Baseball CSU-Stan Women’s Tennis OPPONENT/EVENT Sacramento City College * CSU-Sonoma State * Sacramento City College CSU- Chico * Consumnes River College * Central Valley Dive Invite (Delta College) CSU-Chico Invitational CSU-Chico State CSU-Sonoma State * Hornet Invitational (CSU-Sacramento) Chico State * Chico State * State Championships Delta College * Sierra College * Delta College * Academy of Art UCSD * American River College Invite UCSD * Academy of Art Holy Names University American Invitational American River College * Delta College * UCSD 049 LOCATION Modesto Rohnert Park Modesto Turlock Modesto Stockton Chico Chico Rohnert Park Sacramento Turlock Turlock Ojai Stockton Rocklin Modesto Turlock La Jolla Sacramento La Jolla Turlock Turlock Sacramento Modesto Stockton Turlock SoCal Intercollegiate (UCSD) ,Mission Viejo CC Mission Viejo APRIL 1 1 1 2 3 3 3-5 3-5 4 4 4 4-6 4-5 5 5 5 5 5 5 Noon 2:30 PM 3:00 PM 4:00 PM 2:30 PM Noon TBA All Day 1:00 PM Noon 3:00 PM TBA All Day Noon 9:00 AM 9:00 AM 8:00 AM Noon 1:00 PM MJC Men’s Golf MJC Baseball MJC Softball CSU-Stan Softball MJC Baseball MJC Men’s Golf MJC Women’s Tennis MJC Men’s Tennis MJC Men’s/Women’s Swimming MJC Women’s Track & Field CSU-Stan Baseball CSU-Stan Softball CSU-Stan Track & Field MJC Softball MJC Men’s/Women’s Swimming MJC Men’s Track & Field MJC Women’s Track & Field CSU-Stan Women’s Tennis MJC Baseball Big 8 Tournament #6 * American River College * Sacramento City College * Hawaii Pacific American River College * Big 8 Tournament #7 * Conference Tournament Big 8 South Conference Tournament COS Dual Meet (Long) Stanford Invitational CSU-Dominguez Hills * Tournament of Champions Santa Rosa Junior College * Chabot Invitational San Jose College Invitational MJC HS Invitational Fresno Pacific American River College * Whitney Oaks GC Modesto Sacramento Turlock Sacramento Ancil Hoffman TBA Modesto Modesto Palo Alto Carson TBA Modesto Hayward San Jose Modesto Fresno Modesto Johnny Mathis Invitational (San Francisco State) San Francisco ATHLETICSSCHEDULE APRIL continued DATE TIME 5 6 6 7 7-8 8 8 8 8 8 10 10 11 11 11 11-12 12 12 12 12 12 12 13 14-15 15 15 15 15 15-16 15-16 17 17 17-18 17-19 18 18 18 18 18 18 19 19 19 19 19 19 11:00 AM 11:00 AM Noon 1:00 PM All Day 2:30 PM 3:00 PM Noon TBA TBA 2:30 PM Noon 2:30 PM 6:00 PM All Day 2:00 PM Noon 9:00 AM 8:00 AM 9:00 AM Noon 2:00 PM Noon All Day 2:30 PM TBA 3:00 PM TBA 9:00 AM 9:00 AM 2:30 PM 3:00 PM All Day 10:00 AM 2:30 PM 9:00 AM 1:00 PM 11:00 AM 2:00 PM All Day Noon 10:00 AM 11:00 AM 11:00 AM All Day Noon TEAM CSU-Stan Baseball CSU-Stan Baseball CSU-Stan Women’s Tennis CSU-Stan Women’s Tennis CSU-Stan Men’s Golf MJC Baseball MJC Softball MJC Men’s Golf MJC Women’s Tennis MJC Men’s Tennis MJC Baseball MJC Men’s Golf MJC Baseball CSU-Stan Baseball CSU-Stan Track & Field MJC Women’s Track & Field MJC Softball MJC Women’s Track & Field MJC Men’s/Women’s Swimming MJC Men’s Track & Field CSU-Stan Women’s Tennis CSU-Stan Baseball CSU-Stan Baseball CSU-Stan Men’s Golf MJC Baseball MJC Women’s Tennis MJC Softball MJC Men’s Tennis MJC Women’s Track & Field MJC Men’s Track & Field MJC Baseball CSU-Stan Baseball CSU-Stan Track & Field MJC Men’s/Women’s Swimming MJC Baseball MJC Men’s Track & Field CSU-Stan Softball CSU-Stan Baseball CSU-Stan Women’s Tennis CSU-Stan Track & Field MJC Softball MJC Women’s Track & Field CSU-Stan Women’s Tennis CSU-Stan Baseball CSU-Stan Track & Field CSU-Stan Softball OPPONENT/EVENT CSU-Dominguez Hills * CSU-Dominguez Hills * Dominican CSU-Northridge Sierra College * Consumnes River College * Big 8 Tournament #8 * Team Playoffs Round 1 Team Playoff Sierra College * Big 8 tournament # 9 * Sierra College UC San Diego* Chico Twilight (CSU-Chico) Ed Adams Invitational Delta College Mt. San Antonio Invitational Big 8/Nor-Cal Diving Championships Mt. San Antonio Invitational Academy of Art UC San Diego * UC San Diego * Hanny Stanislaus Invitational Santa Rosa College * Team Playoffs Diablo Valley College * Round 2 Team Playoff Nor-Cal Multi-events Championships Nor-Cal Multis Santa Rosa College * Cal Poly Pomona Mt. SAC Relays Big 8 Championships Santa Rosa College Woody Wilson CSU-East Bay * Cal Poly Pomona UC San Diego Bryan Clay Invitational (Azusa Pacific) Sierra College * Last Chance Meet/Woody Wilson CSU-Los Angeles Cal Poly Pomona CSU-Long Beach Invitational CSU-East Bay * 051 LOCATION Carson Carson San Rafael Turlock Rocklin Modesto Mustang Intercollegiate (WNMU) Palm Valley GC Goodyear, AZ Spring Creek CC TBA TBA Modesto Oakmont GC Rocklin Turlock Chico Salinas Stockton Walnut Pleasant Hill Walnut Turlock Turlock Turlock Turlock CC Modesto TBA Modesto TBA Sacramento Sacramento Santa Rosa Pomona Walnut Stockton Modesto Davis Hayward Pomona La Jolla Azusa Modesto Davis Los Angeles Pomona Long Beach Hayward ATHLETICSSCHEDULE APRIL continued DATE TIME 21-22 22 22 22 22-25 23-26 24 24 25 25 25 25 26 26 26 29 30-May 3 All Day 2:30 PM 3:00 PM Noon 9:00 AM All Day 2:30 PM Noon 2:30 PM 9:00 AM Noon 1:00 PM 11:00 AM 2:00 PM All Day Noon 9:00 AM TEAM CSU-Stan Men’s Golf MJC Baseball MJC Softball MJC Men’s Golf MJC Men’s/Women’s Track & Field MJC Men’s Tennis MJC Baseball MJC Men’s Golf MJC Baseball MJC Men’s Track & Field CSU-Stan Baseball CSU-Stan Softball CSU-Stan Softball CSU-Stan Baseball CSU-Stan Track & Field MJC Men’s Golf MJC Men’s/Women’s Swimming OPPONENT/EVENT CCAA Championship Sacramento City College * American River College Big 8 Tournament #10 * Big 8 Conference Championships Ojai Regional and State Championship Sacramento City College Big 8 Tournament #11 * Sacramento City College * Big 8 Sonoma State * Humboldt State * Humboldt State Sonoma State * Brutus Hamilton Invitational (Cal) Big 8 Tournament #12 * State Championships 053 LOCATION TBA Modesto Sacramento Fountain Grove GC Stockton Ojai Sacramento Rancho Murieta CC Modesto Stockton Rohnert Park Turlock Turlock Turlock Berkeley Eagle Vines Los Angeles MAY 1-3 2 2 2-4 3 3 3-4 4 5 5-7 8-11 8-11 10 10 10-11 12 15-18 16-17 16-17 19-23 22-24 22-26 24-31 All Day 9:00 AM 3:00 PM TBA 9:00 AM 11:00 AM TBA Noon TBA All Day TBA TBA 9:00 AM All Day TBA TBA TBA 9:00 AM TBA All Day All Day TBA TBA CSU-Stan Track & Field MJC Women’s Track & Field CSU-Stan Baseball CSU-Stan Softball MJC Men’s Track & Field CSU-Stan Baseball MJC Softball CSU-Stan Baseball MJC Men’s Golf CSU-Stan Men’s Golf CSU-Stan Baseball CSU-Stan Softball MJC Men’s/Women’s Track & Field CSU-Stan Track & Field MJC Softball MJC Men’s Golf CSU-Stan Baseball MJC Men’s/Women’s Track & Field CSU-Stan Softball CSU-Stan Men’s Golf CSU-Stan Track & Field CSU-Stan Softball CSU-Stan Baseball CSAA Championships Nor-Cal Championship Trials CSU- Monterey Bay * CCAA Championship Nor-Cal Trials (De Anza) CSU-Monterey Bay * Nor-Cal Round 1 CSU-Monterey Bay * Nor-Cal Championships NCAA Regionals CCAA Championship NCAA West Regionals Nor-Cal Finals (De Anza) Azusa Last Chance Nor-Cal Round 2 State Championships NCAA Regionals State Championship (Mt. 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MODESTO JUNIOR COLLEGE 411 STUDENT FINANCIAL SERVICES Student Financial Services is the place to go to find information about financial aid, scholarships, CalWORKs and veterans services. You can call (209) 575-7700, visit http://www.mjc.edu/current/ studentservices/paying/financial_aid/ or email mjc_ email@example.com for more information. IMPORTANT DATES TO REMEMBER ENROLLMENT SERVICES January 27, 2014.....................................................Spring Classes begin March 2, 2014....Financial Aid Priority Filing Period deadline March 31, 2014.......................Cesar Chavez Day-Campus closed April 21-25, 2014...... Spring Break-Campus open, no classes May 9, 2014........................................................................................Warrior Day May 16, 2014................................................Spring Last Day of Classes May 19-23, 2014.......................................................... Spring Final Exams May 26, 2014.....................................Memorial Day-Campus closed May 29-30, 2014..............................Commencement Ceremonies For information about admission related documents, degrees, student academic records, registration, and academic policies and procedures contact enrollment services at (209) 667-3264. You can also visit them online at http://www.csustan.edu/enrollmentservices/ index.html. ENROLLMENT SERVICES STUDENT HEALTH CENTER If you need to see a doctor or need primary medical care, health education, wellness promotion, and disease prevention, check out what the Student Health Center has to offer. Contact (209) 667-3396 for more information or visit http://healthcenter.csustan.edu/ to book your appointment online or contact the center via contact form. For more information about registration, degree applications process, degree application workshops or placement test scores, call (209) 575-6789 or visit http://www.mjc.edu/general/information/pdf/6_ servicesonline.pdf for more information. HEALTH SERVICES ADVISING RESOURCE CENTER The Advising Resource Center is the centralized location for undergraduate, undeclared and general education advising needs. The suite also houses Career Services, EOP, Parents Program, Promise Scholars and Veteran advising. There is even walk-in advising if you need it. For advising on academic majors, check with your major department. Contact (209) 667-3304 for more information or visit http://www.csustan.edu/AAS/ to see all the services the center has to offer. CAMPUS NUMBERS Application Status..................................................... (209) 667-3152 Applying for Admission.......................................(209) 667-3070 Campus Tours.................................................................(209) 667-3811 Commencement........................................................(209) 667-3598 Giving Opportunities..................................................(209) 667-3131 Grades...............................................................................(209) 667-3264 Graduate School......................................................... (209) 667-3129 Information......................................................................(209) 667-3122 Parking Information...................................................(209) 667-3611 Prospective Student...............................................(209) 667-3070 Records & Transcripts............................................(209) 667-3264 University Police...........................................................(209) 667-3114 Your health fees covers many services, such as nurse and doctor visits, over-the-counter medications, immunizations, mental health referrals, vision screening, pregnancy testing and more. Contact the East Campus (209) 575-6037 or West Campus (209) 575-6360 office for more information or to book an appointment. Many services are free to low cost. Visit http://www.mjc.edu/current/resources/ studentservices/health/ for additional information. ACADEMIC ADVISING ADDITIONAL QUICK REFERENCES ADMISSIONS (209) 667-3070 or 1-800-300-7420 http://www.csustan.edu/admissions/ Outreach_Help_Desk@csustan.edu Educational counseling services are provided in a variety of formats including individual appointments, group workshop/advising sessions, walk-in availability, instructional courses, and online advising. Call (209) 575-6080 or visit http://www.mjc.edu/current/ studentservices/advising/edcounseling.html for more information. ADDITIONAL QUICK REFERENCES ADMISSIONS (209) 575-6853 Grabacion telefonica en Espanol: (209) 575-6031 http://www.mjc.edu/prospective/getting_started/ application/admissions_office.html firstname.lastname@example.org ASSOCIATED STUDENTS, INC AND UNIVERSITY STUDENT UNION (209) 667-3833 http://www.csustan.edu/asi-usu/pages/ ContactInformation.php E-Mail email@example.com ASSOCIATED STUDENTS UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE (209) 667-3161 To order books, supplies and aparrel online: http://csustan.bncollege.com East: Student Center, 575-6700 West: Mary Stuart Rogers Student Learning Center, 575-7991 057 CAMPUS SAFETY West Campus Safety Operations: John Muir Hall, Room 151, 575-6351 (24 hours) East Campus Safety Operations: Located in Journalism Bldg., Room 160 (M-TH 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.) Emergencies: 911 and/or (209) 575-6911 Accidents (On-Campus only): (209) 575-6037 (Health Services) Campus Safety Operations (West): (209) 575-6351 provide 24-hour protection to both East and West campuses. Escort Service: Campus Safety officers are available to escort students to their cars. Request an escort by calling Campus Safety at (209) 575-6351 or by using one of the parking lot call boxes. Emergency call boxes are small, white and orange boxes located in most parking lots. They can be used to call for a security escort or for a battery jump, door unlock or any type of emergency service as well as reporting day pass machine malfunctions. MEET... PRE-COLLEGE PROGRAMS April 28 - May 2: Final Examinations May 2: Last day to apply for Associate degree/ Certificate for Spring 2014 May 2: Graduation 6pm May 3: Semester Ends Flerida Arias, Director East: Morris Memorial 207.(209) 575-6743 Pre-College Programs provide junior high and high school students from the local community with academic counseling and support, career guidance, personal development seminars and college preparation workshops. TRIO STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES Francisco Banuelos, Associate Dean of Special Programs East: Student Services Bldg., Room 120, (209) 575-6641 Glenn Stovall, Program Representative AREA RESOURCES CITY OF MODESTO EMPLOYMENT/ INTERNSHIPS CITY OF TURLOCK EMPLOYMENT/ INTERNSHIPS http://www.turlock.ca.us/employment/ http://agency.governmentjobs.com/modesto/default.cfm STUDENT DEVELOPMENT & CAMPUS LIFE BOOKSTORE (209) 575-6840 Buy books, supplies and apparel online http:// bookstore.yosemite.cc.ca.us/ STUDENT SERVICES OFFICES ADMISSIONS/RECORDS/ EVALUATIONS OFFICE Martha Robles, Dean East: Student Center, (209) 575-6013 West: Yosemite Hall Rm. 147, (209) 575-7729 Francisco Banuelos East: Student Center, (209) 575-6700 West: MSR, (209) 575-7992 MJC’s student clubs offer a great way to enrich your academic experience with new activities and friends. We have more than 20 clubs on campus, and they focus on everything from careers, recreation and athletics to social events; concerts, BBQs, coat drives, etc! TESTING CENTER Martha Robles, Dean East: Morris 107, (209) 575-6740 KAPLAN TESTING FOR GRE, GMAT, LASAT AND MORE PREPARATION CLASSES http://www.kaptest.com/index.jhtml VETERANS OFFICE Lorena Dorn, Dean of Counseling and Student Services East: Student Services Bldg, Room 200, (209) 575-6017 FYE (First Year Experience) - Lorena Dorn, Dean of Counseling and Student Services The First Year Experience (FYE) Program at Modesto Junior College is an exciting year long program for first time college students who welcome the support and assistance of navigating their college experience. LATE NIGHT EATS CALWORKS OFFICE Bauer’s 66 1/2 1700 Mchenry Ave Ste 66 1/2 Modesto, CA 95350 (209) 985-1199 Open until midnight Thursday-Saturday Phoenix Noodle House 1222 H St Modesto, CA 95354 (209) 526-9706 Open until midnight Friday-Saturday Dust Bowl Brewing Company 200 W Main St Turlock, CA 95380 (209) 250-2042 dustbowlbrewing.com Open until 11:00 p.m. Friday-Saturday Francisco Banuelos, Associate Dean of Special Programs West: Yosemite Hall Rm. 148A, (209) 575-7768 CAREER DEVELOPMENT & TRANSFER CENTER IMPORTANT DATES TO REMEMBER Lorena Dorn, Dean of Counseling and Student Services East: Morris Memorial Bldg., Room 107, (209) 575-6239 Students, staff members and the community will find information pertaining to career, transfer, and job placement information/resources. Jan 13: Spring classes begin (students who have not registered should attend class & ask instructor for an add card) January 13: Applications will be accepted WITH an Add Card from instructor January 20: Holiday - Martin Luther King Jr. January 24: Last day to add Full-Term Classes in person without Division Deans Signature January 26: Last day to add Full-Term Classes on the web (Census Date) January 26: Last day to drop Full-Term classes online and be eligible for a refund. To drop online you must have a zero dollar balance. You may drop classes using the system until 11:00 pm January 26: Last day to withdraw from Full-Term Classes without a “W” using PiratesNet. You must have a zero dollar balance to drop online. You may drop classes using the system until 11:00 pm February 10: Last day to file “Request for Refund” for classes dropped by January 26th February 14-17: (Fri/Mon) Holiday - Lincoln’s & Washington’s Birthday February 11: Last day to file for Pass/No Pass for FullTerm Classes March 7: Last day to apply for Associate Degree/ Certificate for Spring 2013 to have name in commencement program April 7: Last day to withdraw from Full-Term Classes* in the Admissions Office (5 pm on East and West Campus), or PiratesNet. You may drop classes using PiratesNet until 11:00 pm on April 8th. DISABILITY SERVICES Francisco Banuelos, Associate Dean of Special Programs East: Main Office: Student Services Bldg., Room 112 East Campus Accommodated Testing: Journalism 152, (209) 575-6296 or (209) 575-6225 West Campus Accommodated Testing: Yosemite Hall B145 DSPS offers classes for students with special needs. In addition, LD evaluations are offered to determine eligibility for services relating to learning disabilities. EOP&S (Extended Opportunity Programs & Services) Francisco Banuelos, Associate Dean for Special Funded Programs East: Student Services Bldg., Room 210, (209) 575-6251 EOP&S is a Student Services support program designed to assist financially and educationally disadvantaged students at MJC. Services may include financial assistance with childcare needs, books, and transportation as well as extended tutoring, counseling, grants, CARE, Bridge and much more. SHARE WITH US YOUR MOST IMPORTANT ON OR OFF CAMPUS RESOURCES! #collegelife on Twitter or Facebook. EVALUATIONS/RECORDS INTERNATIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM Martha Robles, Dean East: Student Services Bldg., Room 102, (209) 575-6740 Lorena Dorn, Dean of Counseling and Student Services East: Student Services Center, (209) 575-6012 058 Your Local Resource for Individual & Family Plans Find out Today if you qualify for a subsidy to cover your health care costs. 1317 Oakdale Rd#910 Modesto, CA 95355 Two ofﬁces to serve you 209.524.6366 1701 Coffee Rd#2 Modesto, CA 95355 706972 2013 METROPOLITAN® My Money. My Choice. My Meineke OIL CHANGE plus tax • OIL and FILTER • 23-POINT INSPECTION • TIRE PRESSURE CHECK • UPTO 5 QTS. 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