Step 1: Apply Online
Step 2: College Orientation
Step 3: Placement Assessment Testing
Step 4: Education Plan
Step 5: Set up your MJC Email
Step 6: Official Transcripts
Step 7: Apply for Financial Aid
Step 8: Build your Class Schedule
Step 9: Registration Dates/Times
Step 10: Pay Enrollment 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 the International Student Program.
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California School Employees Assoc.
Distance Education Committee
Professional Development Committee
Resource Allocation Council
Yosemite Faculty Association
Federal Pell Grant
Pell grants are awarded to undergraduate students who have not earned a bachelor's or a professional degree, and is the largest source of free money from the federal government for students with financial need:
Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG)
The FSEOG program is for undergraduates with exceptional financial need. Pell Grant recipients with the lowest expected family contributions (EFCs) will be considered first for a FSEOG:
Additional information regarding Higher Education Grants and Scholarships may be found at: Ed Fund
Cal Grants A, B, & C
Cal Grant A assists with tuition and fees for California residents at qualifying institutions offering baccalaureate degree programs. Awards may be held in reserve while attending a community college. There are two types of Cal Grant A awards
Cal Grant B provides a living allowance and tuition and fee assistance for low-income students. Beginning with the sophomore year, this award also helps pay tuition and fees at a qualifying institution offering baccalaureate degree programs. There are two types of Cal Grant B awards:
Cal Grant C provides assistance with costs for occupational and vocational programs. Selections are based on financial need, vocational aptitude and enrollment in an eligible program at a California community or independent college or vocational school that is at least four months long.
For more information on Cal Grants visit: CalGrants.org
California Chafee Grant
The California Chafee Grant Program awards grants up to $5,000 annually to foster youth and former foster youth to use for college courses or vocational school training. To be eligible, the applicant must have been in foster care between their 16th and 18th birthdays and be no more than 22 years old. Applicants must file a FAFSA as well as the California Chafee Grant Program application available at www.chafee.csac.ca.gov/. Recipients must be enrolled at least half time.
2201 Blue Gum Ave.
Modesto, CA 95358
Aug 17 - Dec 23
Monday - Friday
8:00 - 4:30 pm
435 College Ave.
Modesto, CA 95350
Sept 1 - Dec 23
10:00 - 7:00 pm
School Code: 001240