Instruction and Student Services Divisions

Arts Division

(909) 274-5200
Dr. Sue Long, Dean
Mark Lowentrout, Associate Dean

The Arts Division is comprised of four educational departments offering numerous degrees and certificates that provide students with the knowledge and training necessary for transferring to a university or fulfilling career opportunities in the arts. The division houses an acclaimed art gallery and supports the new state-of-the-art Design Technology Center. The division offers 6 Associate in Science degrees, 2 Associate in Arts degrees, 2 Associate in Arts for Transfer degrees, and 17 Certificates of Achievement.

The Arts Division’s educational departments and their program areas include:

  • Fine Arts (Drawing, Figure, Painting, Sculpture, Ceramics, Printmaking, Gallery Design and Operations)
  • Commercial & Entertainment Arts (Animation & Gaming, Graphic Design & Illustration, Photography, Radio & Television)
  • Music (Theory, Choral, Instrumental)
  • Theater (Acting, Design & Technical, Playwriting)

Business Division

(909) 274-4600
Jennifer Galbraith, Dean
Dr. Fawaz Al-Malood, Associate Dean

The Business Division’s educational programs and services are designed to respond to the changing trends, needs, and job requirements of the community, state, and national economy while ensuring a high quality of education. The division offers 20 Associate in Science degrees, 2 Associate in Arts degrees, one Associate in Science for Transfer degree and 60 Certificates. The Business Division also includes the services of the new Child Development Center and the Center of Excellence.

The Business Division’s educational departments and their program areas include:

  • Accounting and Management (Accounting, Business Management, Business Office Communications, and Marketing & Sales)
  • Business Administration (Paralegal Studies, Real Estate, Economics, and Business Law)
  • Child Development and Education
  • Computer Information Systems (Computer Basics, Database Management, CIS Management, Networking, Programming, Computer & Network Security, and Web Development)
  • Consumer Sciences and Design Technologies (Family & Consumer Sciences, Fashion Merchandising & Design, Hospitality & Restaurant Management and Culinary Arts,  Interior Design, and Nutrition & Foods)

Humanities and Social Sciences

Humanities and Social Sciences Division

(909) 274-4570
James Jenkins, Dean
Dr. Jeanne Marie Velickovic, Associate Dean

The Humanities and Social Sciences Division provides students with a broad selection of general education courses in language arts, humanities, and social sciences. It offers 2 Associate in Science degrees, 4 Associate in Arts degrees, 8 Associate in Arts for Transfer degrees and one Certificate of Achievement. The Division publishes the student newspaper and magazine and houses the Honors program, the Pride Center, Teacher Preparation Institute, Writing Center, and Speech & Sign Success Center.

The Humanities and Social Sciences Division’s educational departments and their program areas include:

  • American Language
  • Communication (Speech and Forensics)
  • English, Literature and Journalism (English, Journalism, Literature and Latin)
  • World Languages (Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese and Spanish)
  • History  (History)
  • Art History (Art history and Humanities)
  • Geography and Political Science
  • Psychology
  • Sign Language (American Sign Language and Interpreting)
  • Sociology and Philosophy

Kinesiology, Athletics and Dance Division


(909) 274-4630
Joe Jennum, Dean / Athletics Director
Debbie Cavion, Associate Dean / Associate Athletics Director

The Kinesiology Athletics and Dance Division has been a leader among community colleges for over 60 years. Our division provides a wide range of opportunities within the disciplines of kinesiology, wellness, fitness, coaching, athletic training and dance, as well as fielding 20 competitive teams. The division offers one Associate in Science degree, one Associate in Arts degree and 7 Certificates. The Division also houses the WIN student athlete academic resource center, Exercise Science/Wellness Center and Athletics and Dance venues throughout the campus.

The Kinesiology Athletics and Dance Division’s educational departments and their program areas include:

  • Dance (Theory and Activity)
  • Kinesiology (Adaptive, Aquatics, Athletics, Fitness, Individual Activities, Team Sports, and Theory)

Library and Learning Resources Division

(909) 274-5659
Meghan M. Chen, Dean
Bailey Smith, Director, Learning Assistance Center

The Library and Learning Resources Division offers services in the Learning Assistance Center, the Library, Tutorial Services and the Distance Learning Program which provide academic support for all students at the College. Faculty teaching distance learning courses are also supported by the division’s Online Learning Support Center.

Housed in the Learning Technology Center, the Library and Learning Resources Division’s educational departments and their program areas include:

  • Learning Assistance (Basic Skills Math, Basic Skills Writing, Learning Communities, Reading, Study Skills and Tutoring)
  • Library

Natural Sciences Division

(909) 274-4425
Matthew Judd, Dean
Karelyn Hoover, Associate Dean

The Natural Sciences Division provides diverse educational opportunities and programs within its six departments. Academic and vocational programs are available and provide students with state of the art equipment in modern lab settings. The Division offers 11 Associate in Science degrees, 2 Associate in Arts degrees, one Associate in Science for Transfer degree and 13 Certificates of Achievement. Natural Sciences houses a variety of facilities for learning and community outreach including the Math Activities Resource Center (MARC) and Transfer Math Activities Resource Center (T-MARC), the Jim and Eleanor Randall Planetarium, an Astronomy Observatory and a 25 acre Wildlife Sanctuary, the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Center, the Redinger Exploration Center and Meek Natural History Exhibit, and the Agriculture Literacy Trail.

The Natural Sciences Division's educational departments and their program areas include:

  • Agriculture (Horticulture, Animal Science and Registered Veterinary Technician)
  • Biology (Anatomy & Physiology, Anthropology, Biological Sciences, Botany, Histotechnician Program and Microbiology)
  • Chemistry (Inorganic Chemistry, Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry)
  • Earth Sciences (Astronomy, Geology, Meteorology and Oceanography)
  • Mathematics & Computer Science
  • Physics and Engineering (Engineering, Physical Sciences, Physics and Surveying)

School of Continuing Education

(909) 274-4220
Dr. Madelyn Arballo, Dean
Dr. Liza Becker, Associate Dean

Dr. Tami Pearson, Associate Dean

The School of Continuing Education provides a variety of noncredit courses and certificates as well as comprehensive offerings of fee-based, not-for-credit community services classes and contract training. Students can earn noncredit Certificates of Competency and Certificates of Completion in a variety of  Career Technical/Vocational areas. Programs within the Division provide orientation, assessment, educational planning, and embedded counseling services.

The School of Continuing Education programs include:

  • Adult Basic Education
  • Adult High School Diploma (Secondary Education)
  • GED/High School Equivalency
  • High School Credit Recovery
  • Citizenship
  • Education for Older Adults
  • Adults with Disabilities
  • English as a Second Language (ESL)
  • VESL Career Paths (Vocational ESL)
  • Short-Term Vocational (Business, Health Careers, Technology, and other fields)

Technology and Health Division

(909) 274-4750
Jemma Blake-Judd, Dean
Sarah Plesetz, Associate Dean

The Technology and Health Division provides 24 Associate in Science degrees, one Associate in Science for Transfer degree, and 31 certificates in both occupational and vocational programs in the areas of technology, public services, and health care. Programs are driven by industry needs and many are governed by state and national accreditation agencies. The Technology and Health Division includes the services of the Health Careers Resource Center and the Mt. SAC Fire Academy.

The Technology and Health Division's educational departments and their program areas include:

  • Aeronautics (Air Traffic Control, Commercial Flight)
  • Air Conditioning & Welding Technologies (Air Conditioning & Refrigeration, Building Automation Systems, Welding)
  • Aircraft Maintenance Technology (Aircraft Maintenance Technician)
  • Architecture, Industrial Design Engineering & Manufacturing
  • Electronics & Computer Technology (Computer & Networking Technology, Electronics, Electronics Systems Technology)
  • Emergency Medical Services (Paramedic)
  • Mental Health (Alcohol and Drug Counseling, Psychiatric Technician)
  • Nursing
  • Public Safety (Administration of Justice, Fire Technology)
  • Radiologic Technology
  • Respiratory Therapy

Student Services

(909) 274-6909
Mt. San Antonio College offers a number of support programs for students in all different types of situations. Whether you're a veteran, a foster youth, an international student or a DREAMer, we have a support program designed to help you as you work to achieve your educational goals.

  • ACES: Helps students who are low-income, the first in their family to attend college, or disabled earn an associate degree and transfer from Mt. SAC to a four-year university to earn their bachelor's degree.
  • Arise: Mt. SAC's newest support program, designed to help Asian American and Pacific Islander students boost their academic performance.
  • ASPIRE: Provides educational support to increase the academic success, degree completion, and transfer rates of African-American and other students.
  • Bridge: Offers different learning communities to increase students' academic and personal success. Students participating in a learning community are enrolled in linked or clustered classes that are taught in a cooperative environment between instructors.
  • CalWORKS: Provides educational assistance to students who receive cash-aid through Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF).
  • CARE: Designed to help single parents who are CalWORKS recipients with children under the age of 14. This program is also known as Cooperative Agencies Resources for Education.
  • Disabled Student Programs and Services: Works to provide full and equal access to any facility, class, program, service, or activity on the Mt. SAC campus.
  • EOPS: Also known as Extended Opportunity Programs and Services, EOPS is a state-funded program that provides educational and financial support to eligible students who have historically experienced economic and educational disadvantages.
  • High School Outreach: Helps local high school graduating seniors successfully transition into life at Mt. San Antonio College.
  • International Students: Visit this page to learn about the application process, support programs, and resources available for international students.
  • Veterans Services: The Veterans Services Department offers a number of programs and opportunities that provide economic and financial support for veterans and their family members.
  • WIN: The WIN program is a student-athlete tutorial program that offers a variety of academic services.  

Enrollment Management

(909) 274-4415
Dr. George Bradshaw, Dean

At Mt. San Antonio College, we make our application and enrollment process as easy as possible for our students. Explore the Admissions, Registration, and Financial Aid section of our website to get answers to any questions you have about applying, registering for classes, graduation procedures, or financial aid.



(909) 274-4380
Thomas Mauch, Dean
Dr. Francisco Dorame, Associate Dean

Not sure how to chart your path to your academic and career goals? Need help in creating your educational plan? Do you just need someone to talk to? The Mt. SAC Counseling Department is here to help!

We deliver essential academic and career counseling services to our diverse student population. If you are experiencing personal issues that are affecting your academic performance, we can listen and direct you to the appropriate resources as needed. Additionally, we teach courses in student development including: Career and Life Planning, Student Success Strategies, Single Parent Academy, and Peer Counselor Training.  See Counseling courses.

We also conduct new student orientations, probation workshops, and participate in community and high school outreach. We are involved in numerous programs that are designed to ensure your success: Bridge Program, Teacher Preparation, International Students, Student Athletes, and Career Institutes. We are here to help you succeed!

Disabled Students Programs and Services

(909) 274-4290
Ms. Grace Hanson, Dean

The mission of Mt. SAC's Disabled Student Programs & Services (DSP&S) is equal access. We expect that you will enjoy full and equal access to any facility, class, program, service or activity on our campus. Your primary mission in attending College should be to receive a good education. With that in mind, our goal is to assist you to pursue your education at Mt. San Antonio College. As an adult college student, you enjoy certain rights and privileges, such as the right to confidentiality. Along with those rights and privileges also come responsibilities. One such responsibility is to request assistance as soon as you need it. You also are responsible for maintaining satisfactory progress and DSP&S is here to assist you.

Our vision is to assist our students to be successful. Success means different things to different people. Success for some is completing a course. For others, it means completing a program, a degree or obtaining a job. What does it mean for you? We can help you figure it out. We are happy to report students find our services helpful. In a survey conducted in 2009, students overwhelmingly found that DSP&S counseling services contributed to their academic success!

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