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AB 705 is a law that requires California Community Colleges to maximize the probability that a student will enter and complete transfer-level coursework in English and Math within a one year timeframe. MJC will place students into English and Math courses using one or more of the following:
Students who have graduated from high school in the last 10 years will receive an English and Math placement automatically upon completion of the online admission application (CCCApply).
Current students are also eligible with these new placement methods. If a current and or returning student has already started the English or Math sequence receives a higher placement using the new placement methods, they will be allowed to enroll in the higher level course.
Students will receive their English and Math placement via email and it will be available in PiratesNet.
For quick assistance on East and West Campus, walk-in counseling and support services are available in the MJC Pathways centers. Counseling appointments are also encouraged, and available here.
We are here to help - please do not hesitate to reach out or come in to talk with us!
Learn more about AB 705 HERE.