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The staff, faculty, and students of Modesto Jr. College thank all our armed services members for their service to our nation. At MJC we are committed to supporting our military veterans, military spouses, and dependent children in their pursuit of higher education. MJC Veteran Services provides our students with the necessary support, resources, and information to make their journey successful.
The Veteran Services team care and attention to detail are the hallmarks of our service, and we take great pride assisting our veterans, veteran spouses, and dependents reaching academic and professional success. To begin your education, we recommend viewing the "Getting Started at MJC" link which will provide you the steps to enroll at Modesto Jr. College.
MJC is committed to transforming lives through programs and services informed by the latest scholarship of teaching and learning. We provide a dynamic, innovative, undergraduate educational environment for the ever-changing populations and workforce needs of our regional community. We facilitate lifelong learning through the development of intellect, creativity, character, and abilities that shape students into thoughtful, culturally aware, engaged citizens.
The mission of the Modesto Junior College Veteran Services department is to assist in the transition process and provide opportunities for success to our United States Military Veterans. MJC Veteran Services directly provides support services and acts as a bridge to external support services for student Veterans, active military personnel, and their loved ones.
MJC is committed to transforming live! We do this through educational programs and services informed by the latest approaches to teaching and learning. MJC is a dynamic, innovative environment meeting needs of the ever-changing populations of our regional community.
We invite you to join us in a partnership for your success! Our role in the partnership is to thoughtfully and meaningfully integrate the RP Group research findings related to the Six Success Factors of Student Achievement.
Veteran and Dependent students will know about available resources and services specifically designed for Veteran and Dependent students at Modesto Junior College.
In order to avoid being dropped from courses for non-payment, please remember to submit your certification card within 10 days of registration to MJC Veterans Services. As a best practice, we encourage you to submit the certification card to our office (VRC) as soon as you register.
Failing to submit the Certification Worksheet within 10 days of registration may result in you being dropped from your planned courses.
Please see the policy below, which is posted on the college website:
“Pay 2 Stay: Fees are due upon registration. Students who do not have a zero balance at the end of a day, within ten days of registering for full-term classes, (day 1 being the day of registration) will be dropped for Non Payment of Fees if the semester hasn't already started. Students, who have a current active BOG fee waiver before registering, will not be dropped, but their accounts may become frozen and registration will be blocked if payment is not made within the 10 days. “
Once you submit the Certification Worksheet to MJC Veterans Services, our office contacts Enrollment Services to inform them that your tuition will be paid for by the V.A. and ensures that you are not dropped from classes for non-payment. However, this only applies to students who have submitted their Certification Worksheets on time.
Best Practice: Register for courses and immediately visit MJC Veterans Services to submit the Certification Worksheet to avoid being dropped.
Veteran Resources Relocation-The Veteran Resources Center and Veteran Services staff will be relocating to the Student Center beginning in Spring 2018.
Below is a message on behalf of the Dr. James Todd, Vice President of Student Services.
Dear MJC Veterans,
Over the last few weeks, the college administrative team has worked with Veterans Services to explore moving our Veterans Resource Center (VRC) from the Student Services Building into the Student Center. This space is quite a bit larger than the current Veterans Resource Center, and the move would double the size of our current VRC. The space also includes a back door and a sink. The Veteran Services staff would move into the Campus Life Office across the hall, allowing all of our Veterans Services to be located in the center of the campus.
On September 8, Associate Dean of Student Services Bryan Justin Marks hosted a meeting of the Veterans Student Advisory Council after emailing all of you an open invitation to discuss the potential move. I have been informed that there was overwhelming support of moving our VRC to the Student Center at the end of the semester. Based on this input, we will schedule a relocation of the VRC after the fall semester to enable an opening of the new VRC in the Student Center at the beginning of the spring semester.
I look forward to continued collaboration with the Veterans Student Advisory Council, Associate Dean Marks, and all of you as we prioritize your experience and connection with our campus and our resources.
James E. Todd, Ph.D.
Vice President of Student Services
Modesto Junior College
(Above) Veteran Services staff assist ASMJC's Remembrance Day event for 9/11 by setting up 2,996 flag in honor of all that were lost.
MJC Veteran Certification- Veteran Services began Summer Veteran Certification on May 9 (two weeks earlier than scheduled). All students who have submitted a VIC card for Summer 2017 have been certified. Fall 2017 Veteran Certification is underway (10 weeks earlier than scheduled) Please remember, to be certified each semester you must submit your VIC card to our office.If you have not received certification notice please contact our office right away! Should you have any questions regarding certification please contact our office at 575-6670 and we will be happy to assist you.
Ron Tingley Veteran of the Year
A special congrats to 2017 Ron Tingley Veteran of the Year Alexis Saavedra. Alexis is pictured below with our Veteran Services team.
Guest Speaker Booked-MJC Veteran Services is proud to announce that former US Navy Seal Mike Ritland will
be speaking at Modesto Junior College on November 6, 2017. Mike Ritland was born in Waterloo, IA and served 12 years as a US Navy Seal. He saw
action in Operation IRAQI Freedom and multiple special operations missions. Mike served
as the Naval Special Warfare Multi Purpose Canine (MPC) Trainer from 2011 to 2012.
Stay tuned for more details.View Mike Ritland's 60 Minutes interview https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FsnPAQ137fY
Veteran Services Office
Student Services Building