COVID-19 Testing Center Open on MLK Holiday- 1/17
The COVID-19 Testing Center on East Campus will be open to students for testing on
Monday, January 17th. (Campus will be closed in observance of the MLK Holiday.)
Location: East Campus, Fireside Lounge (Student Center)
Hours: 9:30am - 4:30pm
East Campus Bookstore Window Open Jan. 17th
The Pirates' Bookstore window will be open from 10:00 am- 2:00 pm on Monday, January 17, 2022. Order online and pick up your order from the outside window at the East Campus Student Center. Reminder: The West Campus bookstore is closed. Please use online ordering or the East Campus location. COVID-19 testing is not required to pick up items from the bookstore window.
If an instructor has authorized you to add, follow these steps:
1. Click here to sign into PiratesNet using your school-issued email address. (You will see the Register & Drop Classes page where authorized classes are highlighted in blue.)
2. Select the blue “Register Now” button
Authorized classes have now been added to your schedule. Click here for Step-by-step instructions.
If you’ll be attending class in-person or coming to campus for any reason there are a few steps outlined below that will need to be followed.
- All students coming to campus, regardless of vaccination status, are required to take an initial COVID-19 test at an on-campus testing center or submit negative COVID-19 test results to the YCCD Healthy Returns online portal.
- Then submit regular tests results according to the COVID-19 Safety & Guidance Protocol.
Student parking will be free of charge for the Spring 2022 semester. Parking passes are not required and tickets will not be issued for student spaces. Staff parking will be enforced. Students may be ticketed if parking in staff parking. All other parking violations will be enforced; such as, parking in a handicapped space without a placard, parking in an unmarked spot, taking up two spaces, cars parked in motorcycle parking zones, etc.. Read More
Student Leaders (ASMJC) focus on serving students in a multitude of ways. Discover your student voice at MJC, develop campus wide events, participate in leadership development, and make new friends. The bonds made with fellow officers and senators, the lessons learned, and the leadership skills students leaders develop benefit them far beyond their time at MJC. Apply between January 10-March 4 to run for an ASMJC position.
MJC is proud to address the needs of all students including those that are undocumented. We work with students to provide resources, a safe environment in which to share experiences, and the information needed to reach personal goals. The UndocuAlly Network provides many workshops, resources and support. All are welcome- sign-up to participate in upcoming activities!
Presenters: ASMJC Leaders and founder of Operation River Clean Up, Chris Guptil Please join us as we give our students a glimpse of volunteer opportunities to serve. ASMJC leaders will have a panel discussion on the importance of serving the community. Chris Guptil will provide information about Operation River Clean Up and how students can participate.
Presenters: Dejeune Shelton, Director of Career Services and Dr. Jacquelyn Forte, Director of Student Services Will be presenting on the topic of A Movement of Inclusion: The focus of the presentation is What is the movement? How does Inclusion and Diversity Translate today? We want to teach students about inclusion and equity for today’s civil rights and the need to help others.
MJC is FREE FOR ME, you, and every student registered for Spring 2022. Free tuition and zero student fees for students registered for the Spring 2022 semester. Find out how vaccinated students can receive up to $500 in Spring 2022. Registration is open now. Go to www.mjc.edu/free or call 1-833-MJC-LIFE to find out more.
Apply Now for Financial Aid 2022-23
CADAA is now available!
The California Dream Act Application (CADAA), for the academic year 2022-2023, is now open. This is the first step in the financial aid process. To apply for a Cal Grant, apply by March 2, 2022. Watch this video to learn more about completing the CADAA. | Apply online
FAFSA is now available!
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for the academic year 2022-2023 is now open. This is the first step in the financial aid process. To apply for a Cal Grant, apply by March 2, 2022. Watch this video to learn more about completing the FAFSA. | Apply Online
Free Lunch on Wednesday will be held at the East Campus Quad every Wednesday from 11am-1pm this Spring 2022 semester. No sign up required as it will be first come first serve and students will be receiving a meal ticket to use at the MJC Cafeteria. Students will need to show their Student ID and Spring 2022 Activity Sticker to participate.
Free Immigration Services & DACA Fee Assistance* provided free of cost for all California Community College students, staff, & faculty. (*DACA fee assistance is available while funds last.) Learn More or Make an appointment today.