Assists potential students, community organizations and businesses to learn about
MJC educational opportunities and services. The goal is to ensure access, provide
personal guidance, and navigation of the college’s processes to become a student.
Additionally, the department promotes opportunities through community outreach events.
Provides a variety of accommodations and services, including test-taking facilitation,
specialized counseling, interpreter services, scribes, and alternate media services.
ASMJC are elected student leaders who represent the students’ voice in the shared
governance process and promotes school spirit through a variety of activities.
The program provides support to the most essential resources required to thrive as
a student, which includes access to nutritious food, stable housing, and wellness
The support program provides wraparound services to eligible CalWORKs students. To
be eligible, students must be receiving TANF/cash aid. The program collaborates with
the Stanislaus County Community Services Agency to provide a seamless process and
support services including priority registration, counseling, work study opportunities,
The department strives to enhance students’ collegiate experience through leadership
development, services learning and extracurricular activities.
The department offers career assistance focused on career exploration and professional
development including exploration, preparation, and work-based learning (internships).
Comunidad is dedicated to representing and generating opportunities for Latinx students
through workshops, equity-minded courses, cultural events, and community engagement
The Counseling Center provides transfer and non-transfer students with timely and
useful support services and quality information that will assist in reaching their
educational, career, and personal goals.
Dual Enrollment lets you earn college credit while still in high school. These courses
can also count toward your high school diploma, allowing students to get a head start
on their higher education goals.
The department provides students with a wide range of services including enrollment,
degree/certificate, and transfer work.
The Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS) is a support program that provides
wrap-around services to students that are economically and financially disadvantaged.
EOP&S assists students whose educational and socioeconomic backgrounds might limit
their access to higher education or hinder their ability to be academically successful
in their college-level studies. Eligible EOPS students receive services essential
to academic success including counseling, priority registration, grants, and book
The department offers a variety of financial aid options to assist students with their
financial needs and ensures students receive accurate financial aid information and
assistance through the process.
The College Skills 100 Health course is an interactive cohort course that educates
students, as well as develops skills on how to be a successful and healthy student
inside and outside of the classroom.
Guardian Scholars supports current and former foster youth students via counseling,
application assistance, resources, and multicultural programs that offer a supportive
space where students can be academically successful.
Students have access to connect with a nurse, mental health provider, or physician
for health care, referrals, questions, and/or health education resources.
The basic needs housing program offers housing resources for students in need by providing
housing grants and housing referrals with community partners for assistance and/or
The program provides academic, career and immigration services to students from outside
of the United States who attend MJC on an F-1 or M-1 student visa.
LGBTQ+ Advocates are dedicated to support the advancement and education for students,
staff, faculty, and allies in accordance with MJC’s Equity Plan, California Community
Colleges Chancellor’s office, and California State Law.
Student Success Specialists provide students with support, guidance and the direction
needed to be successful throughout their educational journey.
The pantry is an essential component to providing the basic need of food security
for students through the availability of access to free food from on and off-campus
Supports LGBTQ+ students through counseling, application assistance, resources, and
multicultural programs that foster a brave space for students to feel seen, and supported,
throughout their academic journey.
Provides academic guidance and success for justice impacted students which includes
formerly incarcerated, arrested and released without incarceration or family that
has been incarcerated.
Provides equitable opportunities for academic guidance and success with special emphasis
on African American and Hispanic students.
Provides testing and proctoring services to students and the community.
This resource provides a variety of programs and activities designed to assist MJC
students with transferring to a baccalaureate granting institution.
The program works to increase the rate of first-generation, low-income high school
and middle school students in Stanislaus County to complete secondary education, enroll,
and graduate from institutions of postsecondary education.
The program helps to guide and support a student’s educational journey from MJC to
the 4-year university, and provides academic and supportive services to low-income
students who are first-generation college students and students with disabilities
evidencing academic needs.
A community and critical resource dedicated to enhancing the cultural and educational
experiences of African American and other students.
Addresses the needs of undocumented students (Dreamer) and works with students to
provide resources, a safe environment to share experiences, and information needed
to reach personal goals. Serves undocumented students to uphold student equity and
support student goals.
Veteran Services offers resources to support veterans and their dependent students,
such as assistance with VA benefits and admissions. The VRC is the liaison between
veterans or their dependents, and the Department of Veterans Affairs. The goal is
to provide Veteran students and dependents with services to assist with achieving