Step 1: Apply Online
Step 2: Access your MJC Email
Step 3: College Orientation
Step 4: Assessment Testing
Step 5: Education Plan
Step 6: Official Transcripts
Step 7: Apply for Financial Aid
Step 8: Register for Classes
Step 9: Pay Fees
Contact the friendly Admissions Office staff if you have questions about adding or dropping classes, or filing for pass/no pass.
The Assessment Testing Office administers tests to help you select appropriate courses or satisfy pre-requisites.
International students should start by visiting our Information for International Students.
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Application for Course Audit: This form is started with the student and must be completed by Enrollment Services, the instructor of the course, the Division Dean, and the Business Office. Once all parties have completed their portion, the form is then returned to Enrollment Services (in-person) to add the student to the class.
Course Equivalency Request: This form is located in each Division office or the Evaluations Office and is requested by the student. Once the student completes the form and attached the required documentation, they return this form to the appropriate Division for review. A separate Course Equivalency form needs to be completed for each course unless it is a two part course (Ex: BIO 101 and BIO 101 Lab = BIO 111 so one form is acceptable). Completed forms (with both instructor and dean signatures) should be submitted to the Evaluations Office.
Course Substitution: This form is located in each Division office and is requested by the student. It is recommended students work with faculty or the Division Dean to complete the form. Approved forms with all required signatures must be submitted to the Evaluations Office no later than 2 weeks after the end of the term.
Credit by Examination: **Recently Updated (09/2016)** This form has been updated to reflect the policy outlined in the current MJC catalog. Students must follow the steps on the form and get eligibility approval from the Enrollment Services office prior to any Division approval. Completed forms or questions regarding the process can be submitted to Molly Boyatt in Enrollment Services (209-575-6491 or email@example.com). Requests must be filed no later than seven (7) weeks before the end of the semester.
Incomplete Grade: **Recently Updated (06/2017)** This form must be submitted 72 hours after final grades are posted for the semester and an Incomplete Grade was issued to a student(s). A separate form must be completed for each student, for each class where an Incomplete Grade was issued. Completed forms should be submitted to Cheri Garcia in Enrollment Services through inter-office mail, email, or in-person. The instructor is required to contact the student and let them know that they have been given an incomplete, for the course. Forms are held for one year in Enrollment Services and instructors must contact our office if a grade needs to be changed/updated before the expiration date.
Independent Study Form: Independent Study allows students to pursue projects under faculty advisement and supervision. To be eligible for Independent Study, a student must be concurrently enrolled in at least one other class at Modesto Junior College except for summer sessions. The proposal is subject to prior approval by the supervising instructor and the division dean in order for the student to enroll in Independent Study.
Instructor Grade Correction: **Recently Updated (06/2016)** This form is instructor initiated and may be used up to one year following the end of a semester to correct a student's grade because of a calculation or clerical error. Completed forms should be submitted to Cheri Garcia in Enrollment Services through inter-office mail, email, or in-person.
Move Add-Move Drop: This form is used to move students to a different section within the SAME course. Forms must have both student and instructor signatures and be submitted to the Enrollment Services Office. This form can be used after census.
Permission to Add After Census: Effective February 1, 2017, this form is used for instructors who wish to add students (who have attended or participated in class) after the census date has passed. It is to be submitted to Enrollment Services via interoffice mail or via email at the following address: MJCESeForms@mjc.edu.
Permission to Drop After Census: Effective June 8, 2017, this form is used for instructors who wish to drop students from full-term or short-term courses. It is to be submitted to Enrollment Services via interoffice mail or via email at the following address: MJCESeForms@mjc.edu.
Positive Attendance Add: This form is to be used for adding students to a positive attendance course, after the census date for the class has passed.
Prerequisite/Corequisite Challenge: This form is requested by the student and located in each division office. Only approved challenges get forwarded to Enrollment Services for processing.
Prerequisite Clearance Request - Request to have a course prerequisite cleared from another regionally accredited
institution. Emailed forms must be signed & submitted with your MJC student email,
otherwise they will NOT BE PROCESSED. Forms emailed in a picture format cannot be processed.
Request for Reinstatement: Effective summer 2016, MJC will no longer be allowing late adds after census unless
it is a reinstatement. It is very important that all roster certifications for adds/drops
are completed on-time. Completed forms with student and instructor signatures can
be submitted directly to Enrollment Services for processing. For questions, please
contact Enrollment Services at 209-575-6853.
Student Petitions: Visit our NEW Student Petitions website for updated petition forms and information about our revised process. For more information or questions, please contact Brigitte James, Admissions & Records Specialist at 209-575-6015.
Time Conflict Resolution: This form is located in each Division office and is requested by the student. Both the instructor and Division Dean must either approve or deny the student's request. Only approved forms should be submitted to the Enrollment Services office for processing.
Transfer Work Evaluation Request - This form is required if you need your transcripts from other regionally accredited institutions to be evaluated for MJC credit. Emailed forms must be signed & submitted with your MJC student email, otherwise they will NOT BE PROCESSED. Forms emailed in a picture format cannot be processed.