The Office of Campus Life & Student Learning and ASMJC has partnered with the Library and Learning Center and the School of Agriculture to once again bring back Cram Night. Study with the help of professors & tutors, grab a bit to eat, learn test-taking strategies, get free testing materials, and visit with furry friends provided by MJC's School of Agriculture.
The MJC Library & Learning Center invites students to join in discussion and Q & A session with leading professionals in our community. December 6 presenter Gisele Flores is a Professor of Child Development and the current President of the Academic Senate at Modesto Junior College. As a first-generation college graduate and former teen mother, her mission is to create an educational environment where students know that they belong and are provided with the tools to overcome any barriers life presents. Lunch will be provided.
MJC Foundation offers a single application process to apply for MJC scholarships. The online application for MJC scholarships is open now through January 31, 2024. Not sure how to start? Visit the MJC Scholarship web page for eligibility requirements, helpful tips, FAQs and more. You can even attend one of four essay workshops for students. You can afford college, apply today.
All Modesto Junior College students, leadership, staff and faculty are invited to share their Pirate pride at the Modesto Celebration of Lights parade on Dec. 2nd in downtown Modesto. Parade volunteers will ride on the pirate ship float or walk the parade route interacting with the community. The parade will last approximately 2 hours. All participants in the parade will receive commemorative MJC swag. Light snacks and hot cocoa will be available. Sign up to reserve your spot!
YCCD Chancellor, Dr. C.V. Henry Yong, MJC Interim President, Dr. Chad Redwing and Classified School Employees Association celebrated classified professionals for their outstanding service and commitment at an annual omelet breakfast. Judy Wagner, Senior Administrative Secretary, celebrated introducing the new Caring Campus Initiative.
Visit Letters Home, a moving photography exhibition at the East Campus Library & Learning Center. The work in this exhibition--created by artist/photographer and MJC graduate Thelma Saldivar--visually documents the resettlement stories that immigrants and refugee college students in the Central Valley want to share with their families in their native countries. The exhibition runs through December 16, 2023.