LGBTQ+ MJC Resources
Modesto Junior College ensures that its programs and activities, including employment, are available to all qualified persons without regard to ethnic group identification, religion, age, sex, gender, sexual orientation, color, or physical or mental disability. Complaints may be initiated by a student by completing this form.
Complaints alleging Harassment or Discrimination will be handled in accordance with Board Policy 3435 Discrimination and Harassment Complaints and Investigations. For additional information, please visit the YCCD Title IX page.
MJC Campus Safety
24-hour Dispatch: 209-575-6351
If you cannot reach Dispatch for any reason please call our EMERGENCY Security Dispatch Cell Phone 209-484-7268
If you are feeling uneasy about walking to your car or some other destination on campus, Call Campus Safety Dispatch at 575-6351. Campus Safety Officers, or Campus Safety Assistants, will be glad to walk with you.
The nature of the personal counseling is threefold: developmental, remedial, and preventive. The developmental function enhances student development and facilitates optimal use of MJC's services and resources. Counselors encourage positive and realistic self-appraisal, intellectual development, appropriate personal and career choices, positive interpersonal relationships, and general personal well-being.
One-on-one Therapy Appointments, Wellness Support Groups, and Crisis/Counseling Information. Visit the Health Center for more information.
Pirate Care is a convenient way for Modesto students to receive 24/7 free Therapy Now, along with Medical ($59 fee) and Scheduled Counseling ($79 fee) for common conditions that can be safely and accurately diagnosed and treated online. All you need is an internet connection.
Pirates Pantry is a new program open to ALL currently enrolled MJC students. We strive to meet the basic needs of students through the availability of free pantry food as well as on and off-campus resources.
The MJC Library & Learning Centers have many books and other resources on the varied topics affecting the LGBT community.
MJC is proud to address your needs as an undocumented student (Dreamer) as we work with you to provide resources, a safe environment in which to share your experiences, and the information needed to reach your personal goals.
Brought to you by HSACCC in partnership with the CVC-OEI and the CCC Foundations OfficeYour health and wellness are important and connected to your ability to succeed as a student. Wellness Central is a free online health and wellness resource that is available 24/7 in your space at your pace.