Step 1: Apply Online
Step 2: Access your MJC Email
Step 3: College Orientation
Step 4: Assessment Testing
Step 5: Education Plan
Step 6: Official Transcripts
Step 7: Apply for Financial Aid
Step 8: Register for Classes
Step 9: Pay Fees
Contact the friendly Admissions Office staff if you have questions about adding or dropping classes, or filing for pass/no pass.
The Assessment Testing Office administers tests to help you select appropriate courses or satisfy pre-requisites.
International students should start by visiting our Information for International Students.
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The personal statement is your opportunity to stand out!
In your TRIO SSS portfolio you should include all the potential documents that showcase your hard work! Here is a list of documents for you to include, this will depends on your major and experiences:
(Note: The minimum requirement to complete your portfolio is the three documents on the top and you have to complete this by your last semester in MJC)
For additional resume resources check the Job Seeker Resources at MJC Career Development and Transfer Center.
A cover letter or letter of interest is an opportunity to tell the employer a little more of about you, express your interest about the organization, and tell them why you are the best candidate for the job.
The UC admission application will have a section in the application where you need to answer you Personal Insight Question. The questions are about getting to know you!
Watch the video to learn about how to answer the UC's Personal Insight Questions!
Example: Describe the most significant challenge you have faced and the steps you have taken to overcome this challenge. How has this challenge affected your academic achievement?
Things to consider: A challenge could be personal, or something you have faced in your community or school. Why was the challenge significant to you? This is a good opportunity to talk about any obstacles you’ve faced and what you’ve learned from the experience. Did you have support from someone else or did you handle it alone? If you’re currently working your way through a challenge, what are you doing now, and does that affect different aspects of your life? For example, ask yourself, “How has my life changed at home, at my school, with my friends, or with my family?”
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