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Modesto Junior College

Events

MJC Summer Basketball League 6/19/2019

1:00 PM to 7:00 PM - PE GYMNASIUM 100 - (Main Gym)

Director's Showcase - Performance #1 6/19/2019

7:00 PM to 9:00 PM - PERFORMING AND MEDIA ARTS CENTER 130 - (Little Theatre)

Director's Showcase - Performance #1 6/19/2019

7:00 PM to 9:00 PM - PERFORMING AND MEDIA ARTS CENTER 130 - (Little Theatre)

Summer 2019 Food Pantry 6/20/2019

9:00 AM to 12:00 PM - OUTDOOR AREAS - EAST EC Quad

News

  • Foundation celebrates MJC as a Beacon of Hope at Summer Sonata
    Foundation celebrates MJC as a Beacon of Hope at Summer Sonata

    The MJC Foundation is celebrating "MJC... Beacon of Hope" at this year's Summer Sonata which is slated for Thursday, July 18 at Greens on Tenth in downtown Modesto. The elegant evening fundraiser features dinner by Greens, a selection of fine wines and a program co-chaired by former MJC President Stan Hodges and Steve Collins, recently Interim President of MJC and former Vice President of Instruction.

    GVM presents chemistry demonstrations with Dr. Al Chemist
    GVM presents chemistry demonstrations with Dr. Al Chemist

    The Great Valley Museum presents "The Return of Dr. Al Chemist" with MJC Professor Emeritus of Chemistry Steve Murov presenting fascinating and educational chemistry demonstrations at 6 - 7 p.m. on Fridays, July 5 and August 2 preceding the monthly Science Nights that are held 7 - 10 p.m. and feature telescope viewing. The family-friendly chemistry demonstrations are located outside the Science Community Center on West Campus. All ages are welcome and the presentations, telescope viewing and campus parking are free.

    MJC Theater presents a Directing Showcase
    MJC Theater presents a Directing Showcase

    The MJC Theater Department presents a Directing Showcase on June 19, 20, 21 and 22 at 7 p.m., with an additional matinee on June 22 at 2 p.m. in the Little Theatre of the Performing Arts Center on East Campus. The show includes four one-act plays directed by MJC students under the guidance of Lynette Borelli-Glidewell, MJC Professor of Theater.

  • Free food opportunities offered for MJC students in summer 2019
    Free food opportunities offered for MJC students in summer 2019

    MJC is offering three free food and toiletry distributions this summer for current MJC students. The free distributions are scheduled for May 23, June 20, and July 18 in front of the Student Center on East Campus beginning at 9 a.m. Students must show their MJC ID with a summer or fall '19 sticker or another ID with a current class schedule.

    Summer courses offered on campus, online and at Patterson and Beyer High Schools
    Summer courses offered on campus, online and at Patterson and Beyer High Schools

    MJC is offering a wide variety of summer classes, including English courses online and at Patterson High School and a psychology course at Beyer High School. There are classes beginning in May, June and July to accommodate continuing MJC students, incoming freshman and high school students who want to get a head start on their college education.

    Community Strong: MJC partnership creates CyberPatriot Boot Camp
    Community Strong: MJC partnership creates CyberPatriot Boot Camp

    One of MJC's many local partnership programs is the CyberPatriots Summer Boot Camp. MJC hosted the first camp in August 2018, and a second camp is planned for July 2019 on East Campus. The Boot Camp, held in partnership with SCOE, Modesto City Schools, and the Patterson, Ceres and Turlock School Districts, introduced more than 40 high school students to the principles and skills of cyber security.