MJC Campus Community Put Their Pirate Pride on Parade and Take the Win for Best Non-Profit Float
Modesto Junior College students, leadership, staff and faculty showed their Pirate pride at the Modesto Celebration of Lights parade on Dec. 2nd. Petey and his pirate ship floated down the parade route with dozens of volunteers and took the win in the Best Non-Profit Division! Thank you to all the volunteers who participated.
East Campus Library & Learning Center
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.
Apply to SolveCC to pitch your solution to a problem in your community by February 4, 2024. Teams can include community members, subject matter experts and must have at least one one MJC student. Finalists compete for cash prizes.
Paws4Friends volunteers will be visiting the Library & Learning Center with their dog teams for you to hang out with!
Monday, Dec. 4th: 10:30-11:30 a.m., East Campus L& LC:
Wednesday. Dec. 6th, 10:30-11:30 a.m.
The MJC Library & Learning Center invites students to join in discussion and Q & A session with leading professionals in our community. Lunch will be provided.
Dec. 6th: Gisele Flores, Professor, Consultant & Early Interventionist
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.
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.
Enter to win a $25 Amazon Gift Card when you create your TimelyCare account! Register between Nov 27th - Dec 11th, 2023 to be entered to win! Learn more on the MJC Health Services web page.
Presented by the MJC School of Arts, Performance & the Humanities Theater Department, A Streetcar Named Desire is a Pulitzer Prize winning play by Tennessee Williams and first performed on Broadway on December 3, 1947. It is one of the most critically acclaimed plays of the twentieth century and Tennessee Williams' most popular work. Blanche DuBois leaves her once-prosperous situation to move into a shabby apartment in New Orleans rented by her younger sister, Stella, and brother-in-law, Stanley. The play will run November 30th through December 10th in MJC's Little Theatre on East Campus. Due to mature content, children under 14 years old will not be admitted. No late seating. Tickets and complete show information are available online.
In recognition of World AIDS Day on December 1st, MJC Health Services is partnering with Stanislaus County Health Services Agency to bring HIV and syphilis testing to campus for students, employees, and community members (ages 12+). Visit East Campus, Student Services Building Rm 116, on Friday, December 1st between 9am and 4pm for your NO COST screening.
All students completing their degree or certificate requirements in Spring 2024 or Summer 2024 should submit their application now. The deadline to apply to be included in the Spring commencement program is March 1, 2024.