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MSJC to offer comprehensive summer schedule

Friday, April 11th, 2014
Issue 15, Volume 18.

SAN JACINTO – Summer school is back at Mt. San Jacinto College. MSJC plans to offer students more than 200 classes during summer this year.

This is the first robust summer schedule MSJC has been able to offer since California’s recession resulted in funding cuts that forced MSJC to drastically reduce summer classes. The recent economic rebound has helped restore some funding and enabled MSJC to offer more summer


The comprehensive schedule will include the high-demand classes, like basic skills, courses required to transfer to four-year institutions and career and technical education classes.

Summer classes will be held at the San Jacinto and Menifee Advertisement
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Valley campuses and the Temecula Education Complex, which will offer some evening classes. No online sections will be offered during the summer to allow for upgrades and maintenance of software and hardware.

MSJC will have two summer sessions. A six-week session runs from June 23 to July 31. The eight-week session runs June 9 to

July 23.

Priority registration for veterans, disabled and continuing students starts on April 21. Please schedule an appointment now to talk to a counselor about your education plan. A schedule of classes will be available in early April.

For more information, visit or call the Eagle Access Center at (951) 487-3311.



Comment Profile ImageErnesto serrato
Comment #1 | Tuesday, May 6, 2014 at 11:12 pm
I think this is a great idea for incoming freshmen in college. This is a great because usually most kids cant get enough classes for what they're going for. Actually i'm thinking of attending MSJC for a Certificate in what i want to learn and i think this will definitely help many others incoming to college

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