The MSJC Foundation has provided funding for computers and other essentials during the COVID-19 pandemic to help some of the college's students who are most in need.
In the face of crisis during the COVID-19 pandemic, MSJC students, faculty and staff have supported their communities and first responders, all while continuing instruction online.
The MSJC Eagle MakerSpace began manufacturing face shields to help local hospitals that have requested them as extra protection for their healthcare professionals during the COVID-19 pandemic.
About 130 MSJC students stopped by the Menifee Valley and San Jacinto campuses on April 2 to pick up some free food from the Food 4 Thought food pantry.
Emergency funding can be requested by eligible MSJC students to cover expenses related to the disruption of campus operation due to the Coronavirus at msjc.edu/caresact.
Check out this video illustrating how the MSJC students, faculty and staff have overcome the challenges and rallied and come through for their students and communities.
The MSJC Art Gallery proudly presented its annual Student Exhibition in the collegeâ€™s new online gallery on Monday, April 27.
Flight is MSJC's anthology of students' written and visual work. It includes poetry, essays, photography, and artwork. It is published every spring semester.
While the campuses remain closed, graduation will be held virtually
at 5 p.m.
Registration has begun for MSJC's Summer 2020 session. It will be held entirely online.
received a presentation about the Distance Education Program during its regular meeting on April 9 and held an emergency meeting on April 28 on the federal CARES Act. See CARES Act story above.