For the continued safety of our campus community the closure of the Modesto Junior College West Campus (Bluegum Ave.) has been extended through Sunday, February 5, 2023. A natural gas leak was detected on West Campus on February 1, 2023. Immediate actions were taken to stop the leak and secure the campus. Work to repair the gas line is underway and will continue through the weekend. The West Campus will remain closed for ALL student, staff, faculty and community activities unless express permission has been granted by YCCD or MJC leadership. Any students with in-person classes or activities scheduled on West Campus should follow the guidance from their instructors for alternate arrangements. Check the Canvas dashboard and college email for class updates. Online (asynchronous and synchronous) classes will proceed as planned. College status updates will be sent through MJC alert emails and text, this website and posted to social media.
Explore what it means to emerge into greatness and step into who you are! #MJC will host it's African American Education Conference, Emerging Greatness: Stepping into Who You Are! on February 24th, 9am-3pm. Students and community members are welcome to take part in this empowering and transformational event.
Never forget that Black History is American History. The achievements of African Americans have contributed to our nation's greatness." -- Yvette Clarke, U.S. congresswoman. Join us for a month-long celebration of Black History events, cultural experiences, discussions, food, poetry and more. Visit the Campus Life Events for the complete schedule of events.
Are you a part of the Class of 2023? If you are graduating with an Associates Degree from Modesto Junior College this year head over to our 2023 Commencement web page. This page will tell you all you need to know about how to apply for your degree, rsvp for the commencement ceremony, pick up your cap & gown and walk the stage on April 28th. Look for the list of important deadlines to make sure you stay up to date and on-track to graduate.
The TRIO program helps students achieve their goals as fast as possible by providing priority registration, individualized academic, career, transfer and personal counseling, exposure to cultural activities, academic programs, and more. Learn more or join TRIO today.
Earth is a system where everything is connected. Change in one area can influence change in others. On January 27th at 7:30pm, MAPS (Modesto Area Partners in Science) welcomes Dr. John Abatzoglou of the University of California, Merced to discuss his work in climatology. This event is free and open to the public in Sierra Hall, Rm 132 on West Campus.