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Menifee

Temecula

San Gorgonio Pass

www.msjc.edu


EEXCEL XCEL

In Your Community College

Students can enter programs of study at Mt. San Jacinto College to earn Associate of Science (AS) or Associate of Arts (AA) degrees or prepare them for transfer to the University of California (UC) system, the California State University (CSU) system, or to other public or private universities throughout the country. MSJC also offers employment concentrations in a variety of subject areas. Employment Concentrations can be quickly obtained and help you advance in your career.

MSJC Disciplines

ABOUT MSJC

Administration of Justice Alcohol & Drug Studies Allied Health American Indian Studies American Sign Language Anatomy & Physiology Anthropology Art/Visual Communications Astronomy Audio Technology Automotive Biology Business Chemistry Child Development Communications Studies Computer Science Dance Earth Science

Philosophy Economics Photography Engineering Technology Physical Education English Physics Environmental Studies Political Science Fire Psychology French Real Estate Geography Sociology Geographic Information Systems Theater Arts Geology Turf & Landscape Management Health Science Viticulture & Enology History Water Technology Humanities World Languages Legal Assistant Liberal Arts MSJC ranked as the #1 college in Mathematics Riverside & San Bernardino counties in Multimedia The Press-Enterprise Readers’ Choice Music Awards 5 years in a row: Nursing 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 Nutrition

MSJC FAST FACTS

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• Part of the largest system of higher education in the nation • Founded in 1963 • District: 1,700 square miles in Riverside County • Associate Degrees: 45 • Certificates: 34 • Employment Concentrations: 100+

• Total number of students: 20,000 • Students under the age of 25: 57% • Female students: 54% • Male students: 46%

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INSPIRE INSPIRE

Our inspiring faculty members provide the highest level of instruction in a relaxed and safe environment. They come from the best universities from the U.S. and abroad with a common passion for teaching. Many have received awards in their fields, hold doctorates, are published authors and have outstanding research and real-world experience. Here is just a sample of some of our faculty members:

Dr. Denise Dalaimo

Sociology Chair at the San Jacinto Campus, Denise is a Stanback-Stroud Diversity Award recipient. The Stanback-Stroud Diversity Award is an honor of the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges. Denise was a featured expert on the History Channel show America’s Book of Secrets. Denise was interviewed for the episode “Hells Angels,” which originally aired in 2013.

Michael Welden

Michael, a mathematics instructor, has published two manuals for use with Gustafson & Frisk algebra textbooks. The popular college-level manuals are standards in the field and are used across the nation.

Dr. Roy Mason

Erik Ozolins

Chair of the Anthropology Department at the Menifee Valley Campus, Erik also serves as the co-director of the Honors Enrichment Program (Menifee Valley Campus). He is past President of the Honors Transfer Council of California. Erik’s supervision has helped several MSJC Honors students receive recognition and scholarships at the annual Honors Research Conference at UC Irvine.

Christina Yamanaka

History professor and co-director of the Honors Enrichment Program (San Jacinto Campus), Christina is a distinguished recipient of a number of awards. Her recognition includes the Phi Theta Kappa honor society’s Hallmark Award for her past service as the Phi Theta Kappa advisor for her work in the disciplines of the Society’s four Hallmarks: Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Fellowship. She was also named by the MSJC Foundation as the 2014 Outstanding Faculty Member of the Year.

FACULTY

Roy is the chair of the Department of Natural Sciences at the Menifee Valley Campus. A population and community biologist with a special interest in animal behavior and population genetics, he has conducted research on avian communities in a number of different ecosystems, among other areas of study. Roy has received a number of National Science Foundation, ATEEC fellowships. The most recent required research into alternative energy in Denmark and the study of urban and agricultural pollution as it Dr. Michelle Stewart Dr.Yvonne Atkinson affects water resources. Roy also serves on the San Jacinto River The MSJC English professors co-authored Ethnic Literary Traditions in American Children’s Literature, published by Palgrave Macmillan. Basin Resource Conservation District.

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EEXPLORE XP L O R E S.T.E.M

Science,Technology, Engineering and Mathematics A $1.9 million grant allows MSJC to offer a program designed specifically for students seeking a degree in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. The grant from the U.S. Department of Education provides students with mentors and tutors, helps counselors develop strong educational plans and gets students on track to enter 4-year institutions.

Nursing / Health Programs

PROGRAMS

MSJC offers many career options in the health field. Some require one or two semesters to complete, such as Emergency Medical Technician. Others, like Diagnostic Medical Sonography, take four semesters. Within the Nursing and Allied Health program, the career-ladder approach to education enables students to set short and/or long term attainable goals.

Viticulture & Enology

The science of making wine, wine hospitality and soil analysis are among the studies available for certificates. Passing rate for Nursing test increased from 77% to 100%

Biotechnology

Introduction to Biotechnology I, Biotechnology II, Biotechnology III, and Biotechnology Lab offer hands-on learning with cutting-edge technologies, and equipment. These courses prepare students for careers in life science research and development, biomanufacturing, and biotechnology laboratory support.

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Automotive

The Automotive Technology program at MSJC emphasizes a real world approach to diagnostic skill building and a thorough understanding of system theory and operations. This is accomplished through the use of computer programs, audiovisuals and hands-on experience with mock-ups and modern vehicles.

Computer Information Systems

CIS offers students a well-equipped technical environment for both instruction and lab. All CIS courses are taught in computer equipped classrooms, allowing hands-on experience in the use of industry standard hardware, application software, operating systems, networking, and programming tools. In addition to the CIS degree, MSJC offers focused, specialized areas of study in Networking, Internet Authoring, Programming and others.

Audio & Visual Technology

Students can learn the skills they need to land careers in radio, TV, motion pictures, cruise ships, casinos and more. MSJC is one of few colleges to have its own radio and TV stations to train students.

Photography

The program offers non-transfer certificate and associate degree opportunities that respond to new-media industry standards in the digital paradigm.

Music

Online

MSJC’s Distance Education offers a variety of online courses to fulfill the general education and/or transfer pattern requirements. There are also online courses for Career Training. Local and international students can earn career certificates or degrees through online courses. A $50,000 grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation allows MSJC to offer a free Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) called Crafting an Effective Writer: Language Tools. This class is available to students around the world. 4

PROGRAMS

The music program prepares students to earn associate degrees or transfer to four-year universities. Students can study the craft of recording in one of our state of the art recording studios, study the art of playing an instrument, take vocal lessons, focus on music theory, and much more. College performance groups include the Menifee Jazz Ensemble, MSJC Concert Band, Orchestra, MSJC Big Band, choral groups, and musical theatre ensembles that perform for the public on campus and in community events. Career opportunities include Accompanist, Choir or Band Director, Vocalist, Composer, Performer and more.


AACHIEVE C HIE VE Earnings and unemployment rates by educational attainment Unemployment rate in 2013 (%)

Median weekly earnings in 2013 ($) Doctoral Degree

1,623

2.3

Professional Degree

1,714

3.4

Master’s Degree

1,329

4.0

Bachelor’s Degree

1,108

5.4

Associate Degree

777

7.0

Some College No Degree

727

7.5

High School Diploma

651

11.0

Less than a High School Diploma

472

2.21.9

EDUCATION PAYS 5

All Workers: 6.1%

All Workers: $827

Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Current Population Survey - http://www.bls.gov/emp/ep_chart_001.htm

FASTEST GROWING OCCUPATIONS OCCUPATION

EMPLOYMENT 2012 2022

MEDIAN ANNUAL WAGE 2012

Personal Care Aid 1,190.60 1,771.40 $ 19,000.00 875.10 1,299.30 $ 20,000.00 Home Health Aid 71.40 100.7 $ 52,000.00 Physical Therapist Assistant 86.70 120 $ 90,000.00 Physician Assistant 75.10 102.50 $ 86,000.00 Information Security Analyst 190 258.60 $ 81,000.00 Health Specialties Teacher Market Research Analyst & Marketing Specialist 415.70 547.20 $ 60,000.00

OCCUPATION Medical Secretary Convention & Event Planner Nurse Practitioner Physical Therapist Interpreter & Translator Diagnostic Medical Sonographer Industrial-Organizational Psychologist

EMPLOYMENT 2012 2022

MEDIAN ANNUAL WAGE 2012

525.60 714.90 $ 31,000.00 94.20 125.40 $ 45,000.00 110.0 147.30 $ 89,000.00 204.20 277.7 $ 79,000.00 63.60 92.90 $ 45,000.00 58.80 85.90 $ 65,000.00 1.60 2.50 $ 83,000.00


MOTIVATE MOTIVATE MSJC Athletics The MSJC Athletic Department features 11 intercollegiate sports teams: six women’s teams and five men’s. In women’s athletics the Eagles sponsor tennis, golf, volleyball, softball, basketball, and soccer. The men’s sports offerings include football, basketball, baseball, tennis and golf. Among the MSJC alumni in the professional sports arena are former Super Bowl Champion Alvin Walton and current NBA player Jamaal Tinsley. MSJC athletes continue to matriculate at a rapid rate as former Eagles are spread out across the country with a combined total of over $1 million in scholarships. On the fields and courts the Eagles have also had tremendous success with play-off appearances and conference championships. MSJC provides an unrivaled Student Athlete Support Program that helps student athletes reach their full potential personally and academically. Services include a Student Athlete Study Center, Scholars Program, Tutoring and Progress Reports. Athletes can also benefit from the Summer Bridge Program and the Annual Athletic Forum. The Department takes great pride in the academic and athletic accomplishments of MSJC’s student athletes and provides an environment that helps them succeed.

ATHLETICS

The MSJC Lady Eagles basketball team had a record year in 2012-13 with 30 wins and their first appearance at a state title game where the Eagles took second.

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MOTIVATE MOT IVAT E Student Life

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MSJC offers students enriching opportunities that go beyond the typical two-year college experience. Student Life is bustling with nearly 30 clubs and a host of activities each month, including student BBQs, Homecoming events and more. MSJC’s Student Government Association (SGA) represents student interests and rights by stimulating student awareness of important issues and involvement in academic, cultural, social and community activities. Students can participate in the Honors Enrichment Program or MSJC’s own 5-star chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, the international honors society. The leadership classes, Puente Project and Honors Convocations prepare students to continue their education and recognize their achievements. The MSJC Foundation provides support through scholarships and annually holds a Scholarship Breakfast to award deserving students with funding.


EXPAND N D EXPA RECORD NUMBER OF TRANSFER STUDENTS:

MSJC broke the 1,000 student transfer mark in 2009-2010

Popular Transfer Institutions • Loma Linda University • National University • UC Berkeley • UC Davis • UC Irvine • UC Los Angeles • UC Riverside • UC San Diego • UC Santa Barbara • University of Nevada Las Vegas & Reno • University of Redlands • USC

TRANSFER TO A 4 YEAR

• Arizona State University • Azusa Pacific University • Brandman University • Brigham Young University • Cal Poly Pomona • Cal State Fullerton • Cal State Long Beach • Cal State Northridge • Cal State San Bernardino • Cal State San Marcos • California Baptist University • Chapman University • La Sierra University

Transfer with a Guarantee

The Associate Degree for Transfer (AA-T or AS-T) guarantees students will meet the California State University system minimum eligibility requirements. Students earning an AA-T or AS-T will be admitted to a CSU (not necessarily to a particular campus or major). You may be granted a bump in your GPA when applying to an impacted campus outside your local area or an impacted major that is deemed similar. Once at the CSU, if you are admitted and enrolled in a designated similar degree program, you have the opportunity to complete your bachelor’s degree with as little as 60 semester units or 90 quarter units of coursework. A counselor will help you determine which CSU’s offer bachelor’s degrees that correspond to your AA-T or AS-T degree. It is still important for you to apply to the schools that interest you and follow admissions deadlines to be considered. Meet with a counselor to develop an education plan that puts you on the path toward the AA-T or AS-T degree.

Amy Bartel, Class of 2013 Jack Kent Cooke Scholar Transferred to UC Berkeley

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PPURSUE UR S U E

STUDENT SUPPORT

Mt. San Jacinto College offers comprehensive web services that include online admissions, registration, online orientations, free E-mail accounts, and many other convenient applications through the college’s web site www.msjc.edu

Career / Transfer Center

Provides services for students interested in career exploration, career assessment and employment opportunities. It also provides educational exploration for majors and university transfer requirements. 951-487-3285 or 951-639-5285

Counseling

Provides admissions / registration services for students. Student academic records are maintained in this office. 951-487-3215 or 951-639-5215

Extended Opportunity Programs & Services

Counselors have expertise in the areas of academic and career planning and personal development to guide you. 951-487-3255 or 951-639-5255

Offers additional support in counseling, instructional support services and financial assistance for students who are considered educationally and financially disadvantaged. 951-487-3294

Disabled Students Programs & Services

Financial Aid

Provides specialized support services like counseling, testing accommodations and assisting equipment to students with verified disabilities. 951-487-3305 or 951-639-5305

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Enrollment Services

Dual Enrollment

The programs allow qualified high school students to earn college and high school credit while meeting high school graduation requirements. Dual enrollment students do not pay college tuition. 951-639-5264

Eagle Access Centers (EAC)

Assist students with MSJC’s online services, including the financial aid application, or FAFSA. Located on the San Jacinto and Menifee Valley campuses, the centers have professional staff and skilled student mentors to help you with your online needs. 951-487-3311 or 951-639-5311

Provides applications and processes state and federal grants, loans, scholarships, work-study programs, student employment and fee waivers. 951-487-3245 or 951-639-5245

High School Articulation

High School Articulation helps prepare students for a variety of technical careers in a competitive global economy. Students earn college credit while in high school & do not have to pay college tuition or fees. 951-487-3285 or 951-639-5285

Veterans Services

Fully approved government educational programs for veterans and eligible dependents of deceased or disabled veterans. 951-639-5249


ACCOMPLISH ACCOMPLISH Counseling

The Counseling Department promotes student success by providing quality, professional counseling services. The Counseling team responds to students’ individual needs through academic, career, transfer, personal, and crisis counseling. The first term is a critical time for new students and the counselors at MSJC are ready to help you launch a successful beginning, starting with the New Student Counseling Session.

The New Student Counseling Session: For first-time college students -- During the session, counselors will work with students to develop education plans that will help them understand the courses needed to meet the requirements of their individual program of study and achieve their educational goals. Each plan is tailored to a student’s individual needs for success. To ensure students are on track, all students are required to possess a comprehensive education plan once they reach 15 degree applicable units or have attended MSJC for two terms. Once a comprehensive plan has been developed, students are encouraged to communicate with a counselor periodically to confirm that their educational path is still on track.

COUNSELING

Counselors at MSJC are here to assist you by developing an educational plan that will help you meet your educational goals.

MSJC Counselors can help:

• International Students • Incoming Transfer Students • New Students • High School Students • Continuing/Returning Students • Non-Matriculated Students Students requesting exemption from assessment, orientation or counseling will need to meet one of the required criteria.

For more information call 951-639-5255 or 951-487-3255

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DECLARE DE CLARE

“MSJC has provided me with countless opportunities to enrich my college experience from my involvement in the honors program and various campus clubs.”

“Now I can actually see myself in a better career and a much brighter future as I look down the road into the field of computers.”

“I enrolled in college in 2010 because I had to provide for my son and I knew an education was the key.”

SCHOLARSHIPS 11

Reta Bidi

Winchester – Biology major

Brian Ortiz

Temecula - Water Management major Roy B. Mason Memorial Scholarship

The Mt. San Jacinto College Foundation awarded 130 MSJC students with scholarships totaling $75,764 in 2012-13 during the 16th annual Scholarship Breakfast in May.

Roy B. Mason Memorial Scholarship

Fredrick McKnight

Hemet - Computer Science major Warren and Olga Schultz Scholarship American Legion Riders Post 848 Bonnie Powell Memorial Eagle Veterans & Dependent Organization Scholarships


EXPERIENCE E XP E R I EN C E MSJC Financial Aid Let the MSJC Financial Aid Office help you determine if you qualify for assistance paying for college. Many students mistakenly think they do not qualify for aid. The Financial Aid Office can tell you more about California’s Board of Governors (BOG) Fee Waiver (for California residents only), they can assist you with the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and much more.

Financial Aid Office services provide help with: Federal financial aid programs State of California financial aid programs Scholarships MSJC financial assistance programs

Financial Aid Offices: 951-487-3245 or 951-639-5245 MSJC Foundation/Scholarships Get help paying for tuition, books and more through the Mt. San Jacinto College Foundation. A non-profit, tax-exempt 501 (c) 3 corporation, the Foundation awards thousands of dollars in scholarships to students each year. To support this endeavor, the Foundation staff and its Board of Trustees actively seek donations from generous individuals, organizations and corporations to support student scholarships and grants for faculty, staff and other philanthropic endeavors that ultimately support student success.

Since the Foundation was formed in 1983, more than $2.6 Million in scholarships and book loans have been awarded. The MSJC Foundation awarded scholarships totaling $279,668 during the 2012-13 fiscal year.

Find out about eligibility and get tips on writing essays for scholarships and more by contacting the Foundation Office: 951-487-3170 • msjc.edu/foundation

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FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

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TRANSCEND TRA N S CE N D Continuing Education & Workplace Training

Mt. San Jacinto College’s Continuing Education and Workplace Training provides three types of offerings: FOCUS classes are not-for-credit fee-based; Non-credit classes which are free adult education classes; and Customized Contract Training. FOCUS classes provide opportunities for personal enrichment and professional development. Fees for these classes, which are supported solely through the registration fees, are set according to the cost of the program. Class topics, like foreign languages, arts and other topics, are selected and repeated as a result of community requests and participation.

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Non-credit classes are free Adult Education including English as a Second Language, General Education Development (GED) preparation, Performing Arts, Visual Arts, and Writing. Contract Training for businesses, offers high quality, customized training to meet the individual needs of local businesses.

• Pharmacy Technician • Medical Billing & Coding • Massage Technician • Ceramics • Veterinary Assistant • Community Concert Band • Orchestra • Memoir Writing

Continuing Education FOCUS Classes: 951-487-3707 Fee-Based & Non-Credit

On-line Learning

Career & Technical Courses

Unique on-site Corporate Training

Success through Learning


EMBARK EMBARK

HOW TO BECOME AN MSJC STUDENT

STEP 1 ADMISSIONS

STEP 4 ORIENTATION

Complete an online admissions application.

Orientation is designed to introduce students You are now ready to register in your to the policies, procedures and services offered courses based upon the results of your at MSJC. placement and sound academic advisement.

www.msjc.edu

STEP 2 FINANCIAL AID Complete the free application for federal student aid.

www.fafsa.ed.gov

STEP 3 ASSESSMENT Participate in MSJC’s placement process for the best start in your English, mathematics and reading courses.

STEP 5 COUNSELING Counselors can assist students in three areas: academic, career and personal counseling. Seeing a counselor early in your education will keep you focused on success.

STEP 6 REGISTRATION

STEP 7 PAY FEES / PURCHASE TEXT BOOKS / ATTEND CLASSES

HOW TO ENROLL

Mission Statement

“Mt. San Jacinto College, a California Community College, offers accessible, innovative, comprehensive and quality educational

programs and services to diverse, dynamic and growing communities both within and beyond traditional geographic boundaries. We support life-long learning and student success by utilizing proven educational methodologies as determined by collaborative institutional planning and assessment. To meet economic and workforce development needs, MSJC provides students with basic skills, general and career education that lead to transfer, associate degrees and certificates. Our commitment to student learning empowers students with the skills and knowledge needed to effect positive change and enhance the world in which we live.”

Cover photo of MSJC Fire Technology Class courtesy of MSJC student Tammy Baker. The photo received an award in the statewide College Seen Photo Contest in 2010.

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1499 N. State Street • San Jacinto, CA 92583 951-487-3215

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