Students at the M.J.C. East Campus

Get Started at MJC

Step 1: Apply Online
Step 2: College Orientation 
Step 3: English & Math Placement
Step 4: Education Plan
Step 5: Apply for Financial Aid
Step 6: Register for Classes

Need help?

Contact the friendly Admissions Office staff if you have questions about adding or dropping classes, or filing for pass/no pass.

Other questions? Call 209-575-6789.

The Assessment Testing Office administers tests to help you select appropriate courses or satisfy pre-requisites.

International students should start by visiting our Information for International Students.

Modesto Junior College

SSA Services

High School Visits

Each fall and spring our Student Success and Access team visits our local public and private high schools. These visits give you an opportunity to ask questions and learn first-hand why MJC should be your first choice after high school.

We're coming to see you! Our Access and Outreach team will be visiting area high schools beginning October 1 through April 30 . These visits include Modesto Junior College information, basic financial aid information, MJC application assistance, college orientation, completion of a college education plan, and registration assistance.  

Contact your High School counselor to sign up.


K-12 Partnerships

Effective collaborative efforts with K-12 and other education partners that lead to a better transition from high school to college. 


Core Step Workshops on MJC campus

To receive priority registration students must complete Orientation, Placement, and an abbreviated Education Plan. Your MJC student identification number (also known as "w number") will be required prior to attending these workshops. Get started today by:

Goals for high school students include:

  • Assist with becoming more prepared for college and or careers
  • Provide an engaging experience 
  • Develop a holistic approach to student success prior to attending college


  • College and Careers Access Pathways (CCAP)
    Modesto Junior College and several high school districts are collaborating to offer dual enrollment opportunities for high school students.  CCAP partnerships help high school students become more prepared for college by achieving one or more of these goals:
    • Develop seamless pathways from high school to community college for career technical education or preparation for transfer
    • Improving high school graduation rates
    • Helping high school students achieve college and career readiness
  • Stanislaus County Office of Education (SCOE)
    Their mission is to support public education in preparing diverse students to become productive citizens and lifelong learners through effective leadership, coordinated services, staff development, and partnerships among family, school and community.

Access & Outreach

Contact Us

Phone: 209-575-7713


East Campus
Student Center 

Summer Schedule Office Hours

Monday - Thursday

7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.