Mt San Jacinto Community College District
San Jacinto, CA, USA


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Key Admission Stats

Institution Type
  • Coed

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Level of Institution
2 Year
Campus Setting
Suburb or town
Transfer Students Admitted

Admissions Requirements

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Dual Enrollment
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Admitted Student Stats

In-State Students
US States Represented
Students Enrolled By Household Income

< $30k
$30k - $48k
$48k - $75k
$75k - $110k

Admissions Resources

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What Students Are Saying

Enroll early! So many students apply to the college that it is bursting at the seams. This means if you don't apply for the right classes as soon as possible, you most likely won't get them. Also, be sure to make use of the counselors. They are extremely helpful in planning what classes you should take and getting you transfer-ready.
Noelle from Murrieta, CA
Don't prepare too much stuff like pencils, pens, highlighters, notebooks etc. until you need them. You're just wasting money when all you really need is a notebook and a writing utencil on the first day.
Alyssa from Anza, CA
My only tip would be to save your money because books are expensive! Other than that, their library is expansive with books and computers, the cafe has delicious food and the hours are perfect within my schedule.
Heather from Menifee, CA
I would visit the nearest campus's counseling department and get all the information you need to pursue your academic career.
Kelly from Temecula, CA
Be sure to register early! I cannot emphasize that enough. Many people are going back to college so getting the classes you need can get difficult. And if you get an early registration date, be sure to sign up for the classes that will be harder to get into. For example, if you need to take Anatomy and Physiology and you have the chance to take it, then take it! SO many people need the course and it is difficult to get in unless you have a great registration date.
Also, if a professor in one of your classes ask for someone to be a note-taker, raise your hand. You will automatically get first priority registration for the next semester. I did that and it helped me SO Much getting the classes I needed.
Angela from Temecula, CA
Buy the books from somewhere online or from other students. I paid for all my books new and they were all over $60.
Bethany from Wildomar, CA