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Mt. San Jacinto CollegeCatalog 2016-2017www.msjc.eduEffective Fall 2016-Summer 2017San Jacinto CampusMenifee Valley Campus1499 N. State Street, San Jacinto, CA 92583(951) 487-MSJC (6752)28237 La Piedra Road, Menifee, CA 92584(951) 672-MSJC (6752)San Gorgonio Pass Campus3144 W. Westward Avenue, Banning, CA 92220(951) 922-1327Temecula Education Complex27447 Enterprise Circle West, Temecula, CA 92590(951) 506-MSJC (6752)Temecula Higher Education Center43200 Business Park Drive, Temecula, CA 92590(951) 506-MSJC (6752)Mt. San Jacinto College complies with all federal and state rules and regulations and does not discriminate on the basis of ethnicgroup identification, national origin, religion, age, sex, gender, gender identification, gender expression, race, color, medicalcondition, genetic information, ancestry, sexual orientation, marital status, physical or mental disability, or because he or she isperceived to have one or more of the foregoing characteristics, or based on association with a person or group with one or moreof these actual or perceived characteristics. Inquiries regarding compliance activity may be directed to the District’s Title IX andSection 504 Coordinator, Fred Frontino at (951) 639- 5301.Mt. San Jacinto College 2016-2017 Catalog1

A Message from the PresidentA Message from the President elcome to Mt. San Jacinto College, the fastest growingcommunity college in California! I am thrilled that you aretaking the time to consider MSJC to begin or continue yourjourney in higher education. You are coming to us at an excitingtime. In November of 2014 voters across our 1,700-square-miledistrict passed Measure AA. The 295 million facilities bond willallow the district to improve and expand existing campuses aswell as build new facilities to meet MSJC’s current and projectedgrowth. It will provide the funding to add critical lab andclassroom space. The bond will allow this institution to continueto deliver the high quality education, facilities and instructionalequipment that the residents of this fast-growing region deserve.It allows this institution to implement its vision of transforminglearners, communities and lives.In keeping with our mission and implementing our vision, Mt.San Jacinto College provides an ever-growing number ofeducational opportunities for the diverse communities we serve.MSJC offers classes at five locations including the San JacintoCampus, the Menifee Valley Campus, the San Gorgonio PassCampus, the Temecula Education Complex and the TemeculaHigher Education Center (THE Center). In addition, MSJC offers a number of online classes to provide studentswith even greater flexibility in accessing their education. This catalog contains all of the information you will need toassist you as you work to achieve your individual goals including campus telephone numbers, student resources,course descriptions and district, state and federal policies.The student is the mission and vision of this institution. MSJC courses and programs are designed to meet the needsof the students. MSJC offers the required undergraduate classes to prepare you for transfer to a four-year institution.The college also provides pathways for students to begin new careers, develop or upgrade occupational skills, improvebasic skills and to seek opportunities for personal enrichment and lifelong learning. Courses and programs arecontinuously reviewed to meet the criteria set forth by the Education Code, the Accrediting Commission forCommunity and Junior Colleges of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges and the California CommunityCollege Board of Governors.To ensure that students have the opportunity to take advantage of these enriching educational experiences, MSJC hascreated an environment that promotes student success built on a foundation of equity, diversity and access. Thatenvironment, anchored by the excellent faculty and MSJC support services, will assist each undergraduate to achievehis or her individual goals and aspirations. On behalf of the Board of Trustees, the faculty, staff and I encourage youto visit us, talk with us and choose MSJC as your educational partner.Sincerely,Roger Schultz, Ph.D.Superintendent/President2Mt. San Jacinto College 2016-2017 Catalog

2016-2017 Academic CalendarMt. San Jacinto College 2016-2017 Catalog3

General InformationWays This Catalog Can Help You1. While this catalog is designed to provide comprehensive information about the programs and services available atMt. San Jacinto College, students are advised to consult a college counselor in developing their educational plans.2. When developing your educational plan, carefully read the information given for each course you plan to take.Pay careful attention to the prerequisites. Student registration will be blocked from courses where a prerequisite or corequisitehas not been met.3. General requirements for the Associate of Arts and Associate of Science degrees and for transfer to California State Universitiesand Colleges can be found in the Degrees, Certificates & Curricula area of this catalog.4. The front portions of the catalog contain listings of available student services and applicable college rules and regulations,including admissions procedures, matriculation information, services to students, veteran’s information, student activities,and grading policies.5. Use the Table of Contents or the Index at the back of the catalog to find things quickly.Telephone NumbersFr equently Dia led NumbersSan Jacinto C ampusM enifee Valley C ampusCollege Switchboard(951) 487-6752, Ext. 0(951) 672-6752, Ext. 0Campus Safety(951) 639-5188(951) 487-3790(951) 639-5790Box Office/TheatreChild Development(951) 487-3605(951) 639-5605Continuing Education & Workplace Training(951) 487-3707Counseling(951) 487-3255(951) 639-5255Disabled Students Programs & Services (DSPS)(951) 487-3305(951) 639-5305Eagle Access Center(951) 487-3311(951) 639-5311Enrollment Services(951) 487-3215(951) 639-5215Extended Opportunity Programs &(951) 487-3295Services (EOPS)/ Cooperative AgenciesResources for Education (CARE)Financial Aid(951) 487-3245(951) 639-5245Human Resources(951) 487-3150Jobline(951) 487-3165Learning Resource Center/Tutoring(951) 487-3480(951) 639-5480Library(951) 487-3455(951) 639-5455Bookstore: One Stop Eagle Shop(951) 487-3130(951) 639-5130Outreach (Campus Tours, High(951) 639-5319School & Community Visits)San Gorgonio Pass Campus(951) 922-1327Student Government Association (SGA)(951) 487-3380(951) 639-5260Student Success and Support Program(951) 487-3250(formerly Matriculation)Temecula Education Complex(951) 506-67524Mt. San Jacinto College 2016-2017 Catalog

D e pa r t m e n t Te l e phon e D i r e c t or yCollege SwitchboardCampus SafetyAcademic SenateArt GalleryAssessment CenterAthletic DepartmentBookstore (One Stop Eagle Shop)Box OfficeCafeteriaCareer/Transfer CenterChild Development & Education CenterContinuing Education and Workplace TrainingCounselingDisabled Students Programs & Services (DSPS)Eagle Access CenterEnrollment ServicesExtended Opportunity Programs &Services (EOPS)/ Cooperative AgenciesResources for Education (CARE)FacilitiesFinancial AidFoundationHuman ResourcesInformation TechnologyInstructionInstructional Technology SupportJob ConnectJoblineLearning Resource Center/TutoringLearning Skills ProgramLibraryMath CenterNursing & Allied HealthOutreach (Campus Tours, HighSchool & Community Visits)Phi Theta KappaPublic Information & MarketingPresident's OfficePrint ShopSan Gorgonio Pass CampusStudent Government Association (SGA)Student Judicial AffairsStudent Success and Support Program(formerly Matriculation)Talent SearchTechnology Support LineTemecula Education ComplexUpward BoundVeteran’s ServicesWriting CenterMt. San Jacinto College 2016-2017 CatalogGeneral InformationSan Jacinto C ampusM enifee Valley C ampus(951) 487-6752, Ext. 0(951) 672-6752, Ext. 0(951) 639-5188(951) 487-3500(951) 487-3586(951) 487-3310(951) 639-5310(951) 487-3591(951) 487-3130(951) 639-5130(951) 487-3790(951) 639-5790(951) 487-3140(951) 639-5140(951) 487-3285(951) 639-5285(951) 487-3605(951) 639-5605(951) 487-3707(951) 487-3255(951) 639-5255(951) 487-3305(951) 639-5305(951) 487-3311(951) 639-5311(951) 487-3215(951) 639-5215(951) 487-3295(951) 487-3105(951) 487-3245(951) 639-5105(951) 639-5245(951) 487-3171(951) 487-3150(951) 639-5344(951) 487-3400(951) 639-5400(951) 487-3767(951) 487-3471(951) 487-3165(951) 487-3480(951) 487-3491(951) 487-3455(951) 487-3480(951) 639-5480(951) 639-5485(951) 639-5455(951) 639-5480(951) 639-5577(951) 639-5319(951) 487-3276(951) 487-3060(951) 487-3001(951) 487-3120(951) 639-5122(951) 922-1327(951) 487-3380(951) 639-5260(951) 639-5301(951) 487-3250(951) 487-3274(951) 487-3411(951) 506-6752(951) 487-3270(951) 487-3247(951) 487-3480(951) 639-5237(951) 639-54885

Catalog Table of ContentsGeneral Information.2–16A Message from the President.22016-2017 Academic Calendar.3Ways This Catalog Can Help You.4Guarantee of Nondiscrimination.11Gironde De No Discriminación.11Disclaimer.11Mt. San Jacinto Community College District.12Vision.12Mission Statement.12Values.12Institutional Priorities.12Institutional Learning Outcomes .12Location.12History.13Academic Freedom.13Statement on Professional Ethics .14Commitment to Quality.14Accreditation and Affiliations.14Catalog Authority Advisement.14The Importance of Education.14Degree Granting Programs and Certificates.15Continuing Education& Workplace Training.16Mt. San Jacinto CollegeFoundation.16Admissions Information. 17–24Admissions.17Policy on Open Enrollment.17Assessment Testing.17Student Success and Support Program.18Matriculation Exemption.18Admission Application.18Assessment.18Special Needs.18Retesting.18Multiple Measures.18Registration Priorities.18Priority Registration Groups.18Loss of Priority.19Registration Process.19Wait List Option.19Assessment/Placement.19Assessments From Other Colleges.19Residency Requirements.206Determination of Residency.20Establishing Residence.20Physical Presence.20Reclassification.21One-Year Waiting Period.21Exceptions to Residency Rule.21Examples of some exceptions.21Change of Address.21Admission of High School Students.21Fall/Spring Terms.22Summer Session.22Process for All High School Students:.22Special Students Below Grade 9.22Fees.23Admission of International Students.23Evening Classes.23Maximum Unit Load.23Cross Enrollment.23Qualification Requirements for Cross-EnrollmentPrograms.23Schedule of Classes.24Off-Campus Centers.24Online and Short-Term Offerings.24Student Fees & Records. 25–30Enrollment Fees.25Resident Tuition.25Enrollment Fee Waiver (BOGW).25Enrollment fees shall be waived for the following.25Other Fees.25Pay Fees.25Non-Resident Tuition.25California Non-Resident Tuition Exemption.25For Eligible California High School Graduates.25California Dream Act of 2011 .26Refund Policy.26Residents.26Military Withdrawal.26Non-Residents.26Tuition will be refunded as follows.26Spring/Fall Sessions Refund.26Drops processed.26Summer Session Refund.26SGA Sticker.27SGA Sticker Refund Policy.27Outstanding Obligations.27Books and Supplies.27Mt. San Jacinto College 2016-2017 Catalog

HEOA Law – Effective July 1, 2010.27Book Buy-Back Policy.27Student Records and Privacy Act.28Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).28Annual Notification.28Procedure to Inspect Records.28Right to Refuse Access.28Refusal to Provide Copies.28Fees for Copies of Records.28Directory Information.28Types, Locations and Custodians of Education Records.29Disclosure of Education Records.29Record of Request for Disclosure.29Correction of Education Records.29General Regulations. 31–70The Solomon Amendment.31Knowing Your Responsibilities.31Attendance Requirements.31Attendance at First Class Meeting.31Unit of Credit.31Final Examinations.31Grading Policy.32Academic Records Symbols and Grade-Point Average(GPA).32Calculation of Grade-Point Average.32GPA is determined by.32Non-Evaluative Symbols Definitions.32Petition to Withdraw.33Grade Change Policy.33Pass/No Pass.33Limitations of Basic Skills and ESL Credit. 34Documentation Notice. 34Standards for Probation. 34Academic Probation. 34Progress Probation. 34Removal from Probation. 34Standards for Dismissal. 34Academic Dismissal. 34Progress Dismissal. 34Dismissal Period. 34Appeal Option. 34Exceptions. 34Academic Renewal Regulations.35Course Repetition and Withdrawal.35Equivalent Courses to Alleviate Substandard Grades.35Repeatable Courses.35Mt. San Jacinto College 2016-2017 CatalogProcedures for Repetition –Significant Lapse of Time.36Time Conflicts.36Multiple Enrollments.36Auditing.36Program Changes.36Transcripts and Enrollment Verifications.37Academic Standing.37Minimum Load.37Schedule Limitations.37Honors.

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