Student Success and Support Program
Recognizing that student success is the responsibility of both the college and the student, the Student Success and Support Program was established to assure that students who attend a California Community College are given the best possible opportunity to succeed in accomplishing their academic goals. To accomplish this, the college will assure that appropriate services are provided to students to enhance their success. As a student, you must identify your academic goal and course of study as well as complete required core services including Assessment, Orientation and Educational Planning. Follow the Steps to Apply & Register tab to begin your academic career including information on the services you are required to participate in.
Step 1 – Apply to Mt. SAC
Complete and submit a Mt. SAC Admission Application. Computers are available in the Student Services Center for your convenience. For further information, contact Admissions Office at (909) 274-4415 or visit Admissions online.
Mt. SAC offers a variety of financial aid programs funded by federal and state agencies and private sources, including grants, fee waivers, work-study opportunities, scholarships, and loans. For further information, contact the Financial Aid Office at (909) 274-4450 or visit Financial Aid online.
The sessions will prepare students to take the required placement tests and provide an opportunity for students to ask questions regarding the tests. For further information, contact the Assessment Center at (909) 274-4265 or visit Assessment online.
Students attending Mt. San Antonio College are required to participate in assessment. The assessment and placement process has been established to enable all students an opportunity to be successful in their course work. For further information, contact the Assessment Center at (909) 274-4265 or visit Assessment online.
At orientation, a counselor will review placement test scores and help you select your courses based on your test scores. Counselors will also review graduation and university transfer requirements. You will also create your Mountie Academic Plan (MAP). For further information, contact the Counseling Center at (909) 274-4380 or visit Counseling online.
Counselors are available to help if you:
- are undecided about your major or career goal,
- need assistance in planning your educational and/or career goal,
- need assistance in choosing a university or college for transfer, or
- have personal problems that impact your college success.
For further information, contact the Counseling Center at (909) 274-4380 or visit Counseling online.
Register online, based on your assigned registration date/time. Check your registration date on your portal account (MyPortal).
You can pay your fees online with a credit card (MasterCard, Visa, Discover, American Express) or in person at the Bursar’s Office (Lower Level – Bldg 4). For further information, contact the Bursar’s Office at (909) 274-4960 or visit Bursar's Office online.