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Modesto Junior College


Men's Soccer vs. Consumnes River College 9/27/2016

4:00 PM to 6:00 PM - PE MISC WEST Soccer Field

Regina Hirsch, Sierra Watershed Progressive, "Conserving Residential Water: Gray Water, Cisterns and More" 9/28/2016


English Language Learner College ResourceFair/Open house 9/29/2016

10:00 AM to 1:00 PM - JOHN MUIR HALL 152 - English Language Learner Welcome Center

MJC Ag Senior Day 9/30/2016



  • Theater Department stages San Joaquin Blues
    Theater Department stages San Joaquin Blues

    The MJC Theater Department presents San Joaquin Blues, an award winning original play about life in the mid-1960's in the Central Valley. The play was written by and is being directed by MJC Theater Professor Michael Lynch, with original music composed by Steve Sigel. Performances are October 20, 21, 22, 27, 28 and 29 at 7 p.m. and on October 30 at 2 p.m. in the Auditorium. The play takes place in the San Joaquin Valley oil town of Coalinga in 1966 when the oil ran out and the town went into a financial depression. Populated by colorful characters and a live country-western band called Cherub and the Devil Dusters, this comedy/drama was originally produced in San Francisco in 1982 where it won Best Play of the Year by both the Bay Area Critics Circle and the Hollywood Drama-logue critics.

    Friends of Music offer a Piano Recital by Omri Shimron
    Friends of Music offer a Piano Recital by Omri Shimron

    The MJC Friends of Music present a Piano recital by Omri Shimron on Friday, October 14 at 7 p.m. in the Recital Hall - Music 108, on East Campus. Shimron is a pianist and educator based in Oakland, CA, and serves as director of Keyboard Studies at California State University, East Bay, where he teaches an international group of students. Shimron has performed extensively throughout In the US and internationally.

    Truck and Tractor Pull set for October 8
    Truck and Tractor Pull set for October 8

    MJC Agriculture and Environmental Science Division invites the campus and community to the annual MJC Truck and Tractor Pull on Saturday, October 8 in the Agriculture Center for Education (ACE) Pavilion located on West Campus. Gates open at 4:30 p.m. with pulling starting at 6 p.m. Tickets are on sale now!

  • MJC hosts Fast Pitch Innovation Challenge
    MJC hosts Fast Pitch Innovation Challenge

    MJC is hosting a "Fast Pitch" Innovation Challenge on October 19, 2016, from 3 p.m. until 5 p.m. in the Center for Advanced Technologies on East Campus. The competition, sponsored by the Small Business Development Council and the MJC Business, Behavioral and Social Sciences Division, involves short presentations by selected persons with innovative and creative solutions to needs or problems they have identified in society or the local marketplace. There will be up to ten persons invited to present their innovative business or product concept at the MJC "Fast Pitch" event and the winner will receive a $500 prize.

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    Presentation on "Mountain lions and bighorn sheep: risks, rewards, or range abandonment?" offered

    The Modesto Area Partners in Science will offer the presentation "Mountain lions and bighorn sheep: risks, rewards, or range abandonment?" by Jeff Villepique, Ph.D., a wildlife biologist with California Fish & Wildlife, Inland Deserts Region. The free event is scheduled for Friday, September 30 at 7:30 p.m. in Sierra Hall 132 on the MJC West Campus. After discussing the biology and status of bighorn sheep in California, Villepique will share his experiences researching the influences of mountain lions on bighorn sheep behavior.

    MJC Foundation revenues hit $1,127,515 in 2014-15
    MJC Foundation revenues hit $1,127,515 in 2014-15

    The MJC Foundation's total revenues reached $1,127,515 last year (2014-2015), and over the past five years, combined revenues were $3,851,142 for an average of $770,228 per year. This level of support places the MJC Foundation amongst the top non-profit organizations in Stanislaus County.