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Step 3: College Orientation
Step 4: Assessment Testing
Step 5: Education Plan
Step 6: Official Transcripts
Step 7: Apply for Financial Aid
Step 8: Register for Classes
Step 9: Pay Fees
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One cohort of 40 students will be admitted into the program each fall (beginning fall 2017). Program participants are selected through a computerized random selection process. Applications are accepted during the February 1 to February 28 application period.
Steps to applying for the MJC Respiratory Care Baccalaureate Degree Program:
Step 1: Complete the CSU-GE Certification Worksheet to assist you in reviewing lower division courses completed for CSU transfer eligibility. You will need to upload this worksheet with your application.
Step 2: Create an account with SlideRoom (the platform used for the application). Students must have a SlideRoom account before they can start the application.
Step 3: Complete the MJC Respiratory Care Baccalaureate Program application when the application process opens (the application period has been extended and will remain open until the cohort has been filled). You will need to upload the following documents in PDF form with your application:
Valid California Respiratory Care Practitioner (RCP) license
Registered Respiratory Therapist (RRT) credential
CSU-GE certification worksheet
Step 4: If you are not currently an MJC student, you will also need to apply to the college: MJC application information. MJC also offers an associate of science degree program in respiratory care. Information on the AS program can be found here
*If you have technical issues with the application process, please email MJCRespiratoryCare@mjc.edu or call (209) 575-6343.
The Student Financial Services Office is dedicated to assisting students through the financial aid process in the most effective and friendly manner possible. Student Financial Services strives to communicate with each student to respond to all financial aid requests. Students meet with financial aid staff to ensure compliance if over a certain unit level, monitor satisfactory academic progress for successful program completion, and verify the existence of each students’ education plan. Financial aid services information is available online
Even after scholarships and grants, you may need additional help paying for your education. Private loans are another option available to you. They are issued by many banks. It is in your best interest to exhaust all scholarships and grant options available to you before taking out a private loan.
Below are some links to assist you with applying for scholarships and grants.
Phone: (209) 575-6343
Email: Respiratory Care
Bonnie Hunt, Ed.D., MPA, RRT
Respiratory Care Program Director
Respiratory Care Counselor