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Modesto Junior College

Events

Softball vs. Sacramento City College 4/24/2018

3:00 PM to 5:00 PM - PE MISC WEST Softball Field

Intermediate Acting Performance 4/24/2018

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

Baseball vs. Consumnes River College 4/26/2018

2:30 PM to 5:30 PM - PE MISC EAST Field #2 - (Baseball Field)

Communications Student Appreciation Night 4/26/2018

6:00 PM to 7:30 PM - PERFORMING AND MEDIA ARTS CENTER 130 - (Little Theatre)

News

  • MJC celebrates nursing with scholarship fundraising dinner
    MJC celebrates nursing with scholarship fundraising dinner

    The MJC Nursing Alumni Association is celebrating nursing with the 11th annual fundraising dinner on Thursday, May 17, 2018 from 6 to 8:30 p.m. in the Mary Stuart Rogers Student Center West Campus. The highlights of the evening include recognition of outstanding nurses in our community and awarding scholarships to students in the MJC nursing program.

    Nineteen MJC programs honored as Strong Workforce Stars
    Nineteen MJC programs honored as Strong Workforce Stars

    Nineteen career education programs at Modesto Junior College have earned the California Community Colleges' Strong Workforce Stars Recognition this spring. These programs are recognized for the success of their students as measured by increased earnings, attainment of a livable wage and employment in their industry field of study. Strong Workforce Stars is an annual recognition for career education programs whose graduates show significant gains in factors important for advancing social mobility.

    MJC celebrates graduates in 96th Commencement Ceremony
    MJC celebrates graduates in 96th Commencement Ceremony

    MJC is celebrating the Class of 2018 at the 96th Commencement Ceremony on Friday, April 27 at 6 p.m. in the Stadium on East Campus. A reception for the graduates and their guests is held immediately following the graduation ceremony in the Student Center Rotunda. Both the ceremony and reception are free and open to the public. MJC will have awarded an approximate total of 1,700 associate degrees to 1,400 students during the 2017-2018 academic year, and an estimated 550 of these graduates are expected to participate in the ceremony.

  • Array of music styles offered at spring concerts
    Array of music styles offered at spring concerts

    The MJC Department of Music is proud to present a broad assortment of music performances to wind-up the spring semester. The variety of concerts offers something to please every musical taste. Everything from electronic music to jazz, and classic orchestral to vocal music is slated for performance over the next four weeks!

    MJC hosts New Student Days to enroll high school seniors and other first time students
    MJC hosts New Student Days to enroll high school seniors and other first time students

    MJC is hosting its annual "New Student Day" events to enroll high school seniors and other first time students on Saturday, April 14 and Thursday, June 14, 2018 on East Campus. Students meet at 8 a.m. in the Auditorium of the Performing and Media Arts Center. Attendance and campus parking are free!

    Sociology students seek to make a difference through websites
    Sociology students seek to make a difference through websites

    MJC students enrolled in Dr. J. Douglas Penn's Sociology of Family, and Race and Ethnicity courses are given the option to be an activist by contributing to their community via research. Over the last two years, students choosing activism have developed and continue to maintain two group project websites that seek to make a positive difference on campus, in the community and beyond.