MJC's official Return To Campus Recommendations document with an announcement from MJC's President
Resources for students and an FAQ about how we're continuing operating remotely
MJC Pathways Center resources at your fingertips
Tutors are available to help you with your homework over the Internet.
Access all of your financial aid services remotely.
Free 24/7 Mental Health Support for MJC Students
Join us for a week of online and in-person events as we hear the personal stories of MJC Veterans, honor our American heroes, learn how to be better allies, and pay tribute to fallen and POW/MIA service members. Learn more and sign up to attend these events on the MJC Campus Life website.
Ancient Greeks prided themselves on the central role of oral expression in democracy. Contemporary speech and debate teams like the one at MJC continue this tradition of public advocacy. MJC's award-winning team competes in regional, state, and national tournaments by preparing debate, platform speaking, oral interpretation, and limited preparation events. Join us October 28 at 7 p.m. while the team showcases these performances.
Performing & Media Arts Center, Modesto Junior College, East Campus, Main Auditorium October 29-November 7. No admittance for children under 10. Masks required. Based on the screenplay by Jonathan Lynn and written by Sandy Rustin, Additional material by Hunter Foster and Eric Price, Based on the Paramount Pictures Motion Picture and the Hasbro board game CLUE, Original Music by Michael Holland.
Breaking Boundaries- Oct. 11th -Nov. 4th "Dreads represent a timeless connection to the past, through culture(s) and spiritual practice(s), beyond race, ideology or gender. My work reflects GEN-Z's fascination with an ancient multicultural expression." -Deborah Barr
MJC Pirates will take on the visiting West Hills Coalinga Falcons. The stadium will beam with pride. Join us for a swash buckling good time! Free giveaway while supplies last! October 16, 6:00 p.m. in the MJC East Campus Football Stadium.
Developing new batteries is extremely challenging and time consuming but is required to enable critical applications from renewable energy to transportation and the internet of things. Dr. Evan Reed will discuss how AI is shedding new and useful insights into this complex problem.