Campus Map and Facilities

Campus Map

To view the map on the Mt. SAC website, please visit Maps

Art Gallery

Building 1B, (909) 274-4328
Art Gallery 

The Mt. San Antonio College Art Gallery has a long history of outstanding Gallery Exhibitions highlighting prominent international and national artists as well as outstanding faculty and student artists.

The Gallery offers four to five exhibitions per year. Among these are the Faculty Exhibition featuring the works of Mt. San Antonio College faculty artists and the annual Student Exhibition featuring student work from the fine arts, animation, graphic design, illustration, and photography.

Athletic Facilities

(909) 274-4630

Hilmer Lodge Stadium, a 13,500-seat football and track facility, is located in the southeast section of the College campus. This is the home of the world famous “Mt. SAC Relays.” Other athletic facilities include tennis courts, volleyball courts, cross-country course, baseball field, softball field, soccer field, a 1,500-seat gymnasium, wrestling gym, strength-training facilities, an Olympic size swimming pool, and an Exercise Science/Wellness Center.

Bookstore (SacBookRac)

Building 9A, (909) 274-4475
SacBookRac

SacBookRac offers textbooks, school supplies, Mt. SAC apparel, general trade and paperback books, gift items, greeting cards, Metro and Foothill bus passes and houses the Mt. SAC photo ID area. SacBookRac also provides ordering and distribution of faculty caps and gowns.

Students are responsible for obtaining their own textbooks and supplies. Costs for books and supplies for a full-time student average $300-$600 per semester, depending upon the program of study. Students are encouraged to purchase books early, especially to save money by purchasing used books. Books are sold on a first-come, first-served basis. Students may order books online at SacBookRac. Orders can be picked up at the bookstore or shipped to the student’s home.

Refund Policy

Refunds are allowed within a limited time period when classes are changed and officially dropped. The refund policy is posted and available in the bookstore and printed on a bookmark given at the time of purchase.

Farm

F Buildings, (909) 274-4540

The Farm is located in the northeast area of campus, near the intersection of Bonita and Walnut Drives. The Farm offers an unrivaled opportunity for hands-on student learning serving as a laboratory and supervised farm. Students interested in stock breeding, veterinary science, agri-business, horse production, horticulture, or farm products gain valuable experience by working with their own animals and crops while attending Mt. SAC. Contact the Campus Events office at Ext. 4794 for information on guided tours.

Agricultural Science Building

Building 80, (909) 274-4540

The new Agriculture Science building  houses a fully operational, state of the art Animal Hospital, which serves as a training environment for the Registered Veterinary Technician program. Students gain practical experience working alongside veterinarians and assisting in operations/procedures.

Performing Arts Center

Building 2, (909) 274-2050

The Mt. San Antonio College Performing Arts Center is a 66,770 square foot facility that provides instructional and performance accommodations to the three main discipline areas of Theatre, Music, and Dance. The Performing Arts Center is designed as a technological, state-of-the-art instructional facility to prepare Mt. San Antonio College students for careers in the performing arts.

The Sophia B. Clarke Theater is a formal 415-seat, full proscenium theater that wraps the audience around a performance. By providing a circular form and box seats at the perimeter, audience intimacy with the stage is maximized. The stage and fly tower are at a professional scale and contain equipment equal to the finest state-of-the-art theaters both regionally and internationally.

The Music Recital Hall provides for intimate musical performances. The Recital Hall is a 250-seat space richly articulated with reflective surfaces of maple wood and acoustical plaster; it is acoustically shaped with a 43’ high ceiling. Sound reflectors above the stage further support acoustical distribution.

The Studio Theater adjacent to the Clarke Theater is surrounded by a scene shop, costume shop, dressing rooms, and faculty offices. The 40’ x 50’ x 40’ theater allows for total dramatic performance flexibility. An 18’ lighting grid allows light and scene flexibility. The Studio Theater is such a flexible facility that it can accommodate most any seating and scene configuration.

The Dance Studio is a 56’ x 85’ x 30’ high mirrored room that allows for a grand level of physical movement. With its ceiling and upper walls painted white and bathed in natural lighting, it is an appealing and brilliant space.

Each venue is designed to provide state-of-the-art acoustical quality and technical performance capabilities that put the Mt. SAC Performing Arts Center on a level with the finest theaters in the region.

Performing Arts Center Box Office

Box Office Phone: (909) 274-2050
Box Office Fax: (909) 274-2055
Online Box Office

The Mt. San Antonio College Performing Arts Center Box Office is located in the Performing Arts Center Complex adjacent to the Sophia B. Clarke Theater. The current season of events is available on the Box Office website. Ticket orders are accepted online, by telephone or in person. Major credit cards are accepted. All sales are final. Ticket exchanges may be available depending upon the event.

Randall Planetarium

Building 26C, (909) 274-4425
Randall Planetarium 

The Randall Planetarium offers instructional support for college classes as well as a wide variety of public programs on a regular basis. The Planetarium facility has a 35-foot-diameter hemispherical dome and seating for up to 75 people.

Wellness Center

Building 27A, North Door, (909) 274-4625

This modern, multi-dimensional facility offers health and lifestyle screening, health, fitness, and performance physical fitness assessments, all levels of aerobic exercise, circuit/strength training and cardiorespiratory exercise.

Programs and services include stress management, nutrition, diet/weight control, metabolic testing, athletic performance testing, individual health/fitness programming. Activities are offered for all age groups.

Offerings will be provided to graded students and for staff and faculty through the Employee Wellness Program. Please see Wellness Center for more information and course offerings.

Wildlife Sanctuary

(909) 274-4425

This 25-acre parcel, located on the southwestern portion of the Mt. San Antonio College campus includes a stream, lake, pond, swamp, meadow, and woodland. The sanctuary has been set aside as a place where plants and animals exist in a natural balance and serves as an outdoor laboratory for Biological Sciences classes. Paths through the sanctuary provide access for visitors. For guided tours, contact the Campus Events office at (909) 274-4794.

Child Development Center

Buildings 70-73, (909) 274-4920
Child Development Center

Admission Policy

Childcare and education services for children from 3 months through 5 years of age are provided between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday and 7:00 a.m. until 5 p.m. on Fridays for student-parents, staff and faculty, and community parents. Closing hours are subject to change based on enrollment need. The Child Development Center welcomes all children regardless of sex, ethnicity, religion, or physical handicap.

According to State Law, children must meet general health requirements to enroll/attend. Parents requesting funding assistance for full-time services must demonstrate a basic need for care.

Types of Funding Assistance Available

State Preschool Program

General Childcare Funding

Child Care Access Grant Funding

Alternative Payment Program (CalWORKS)

Fee Program

Families ineligible for childcare/early education subsidies may enroll in the Fee-based program. The fee schedule is available by contacting the Child Development Center at (909) 274-4920.

Enrollment

Formal application must be made in person at the Child Development Center. Final acceptance into the program will be determined when eligibility has been established, all paperwork has been completed, and all applicable fees are paid. State law requires that an orientation be completed.

For further information, contact the Center by phone or visit the website.

 
 
 

Food Services

Dining Services

The Food Services Department provides the campus community with a cafeteria, coffeehouse, and four convenience stores.

Mountie Café

Building 8, (909) 274-5284

The Mountie Café is located on the west side of campus next to the SacBookRac. Catering is available for small meetings and large banquets.

Mein owl — Asian Cuisine, beef bowls, and fresh sushi
OBC Grill — fresh formed burgers made to order
Pandini's — Artisan style pizza
Simply to Go — made fresh “in-house” sandwiches, salads, wraps, healthy snacks, and cookies.
SubConnection — sub sandwiches, soups, wraps, healthy options, and daily specials.
Common Grounds featuring Starbucks — we proudly brew hot and cold coffee drinks, frappuccino, fresh baked muffins, scones, and brownies.

WOW at Mountie Grill

Building 19C, (909) 274-4624

WOW Cafe and Wingery - breakfast, wings, chicken, hamburgers, salads and rice bowls.

Convenience Stores

All stores offer a variety of snack foods, beverages and school and test supplies.

Mountie Stop             Express Stop            Prime Stop             Short Stop
Building 9A                 Building 16A              Building 61             Building 66

Vending Machines

Buildings 2, 3, 9C, 23, 26, 28, 30, 31, 40, 45, 47, 50G, 60, 67, 80

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