WINTER 2022 PRIORITY REGISTRATION
November 3rd, 2021 @ 7 am
EOPS/CARE Counseling Requirement
You MUST complete THREE counseling contacts during the Fall 2021 semester. If you are unable to find an appointment that works for you please call us at 909-274-4500.
The EOPS/CARE Full Time Counselors are Super Heroes everyday!
EOPS/CARE Counselors: Tony Rivas, Urias Garcia, Carolyn Lake-Bain & Hector Sanchez (pictured below)
EOPS/CARE has your back!
Backpack & Supply Grab N Go
Backpacks have the following items:
1. 1 3-ring Binder
2. 1 pencil pouch
3. 1 pack of post-its
4. 1 pen
5. 1 Mt. SAC Teddy Bear
6. 1 Hand Sanitizer
7. 1 Mt. SAC Water Bottle
IN PERSON assistance provide on CSU, UC or Common Application
Cal Poly Pomona’s Project CAMINOS is teaming up with EOPS/CARE for Transfer Tuesday. Our team will be there November 9 with Cal Poly Pomona’s Project CAMINOS is teaming up with EOPS/CARE for Transfer Tuesday. Our team will be there November 9 with Cal Poly Pomona goodies, while supplies last. Can’t wait to say hello and celebrate your Cal State Apply application submission. Reserve your spot today!
Are you working on your university transfer applications for the Fall 2022? If so, you are ready to take the next step in your academic journey and we want to make sure that we are there to help you navigate the admissions process. Join us for hands on assistance with completing your transfer applications! An EOPS/CARE Counselor and a staff member will be there to offer hands-on guidance as you navigate through your university application.
Session Dates: Nov 9th, Nov 16th, Nov 23rd, Nov 30th
Time Frame: 8:30 am - 2:00 pm
Location: Student Equity Computer Lab (Bldg. 16E)
Sign up: https://bit.ly/3Bi8B6N
Students who attend will receive a $15 Dinning Service Card. (LIMIT ONE PER DAY.) These cards can be used at the Mountie Café and the small coffee shops on campus. You are also welcome to bring a friend but make sure they register and are seeking assistance with transfer applications.
Raise Your Score, Get Out of Debt
Facilitators: Mountie Money Management Center
If you are carrying credit balances from month-to-month or struggling to figure out how to make ends meet due to debts you owe, you are not alone. About 37% of U.S. households aren’t able to pay off their credit cards in full each month. This workshop will provide you with a roadmap to get you out of debt and raise your credit scores in the process.
Zoom Registration: https://mtsac-edu.zoom.us/j/93174982267
Facilitators: Jenny Velasco, HBCL
This workshop provides details of how to get a restraining order and how to prepare for court. It is facilitated by the Harriet Buhai Center which is a nonprofit organization providing free legal aid and education for low-income community college
students enrolled in Los Angeles County focusing on their parental rights, their safety and security, their economic security divorce, and parentage.
EOPS/CARE staff get in the Halloween sprirt!
EOPS/CARE Navigators Host a Halloween Social Event
Associated Students needs your help!
HERF Student Emergency Funds - FUNDS ARE STILL AVAILABLE!
Through the Mt. SAC Education Emergency Relief Fund Emergency Grant application, students may request a financial aid grant due to an exceptional need as long as it is related to any component of the following:
- Any component in your cost of attendance/re-enrollment needs; or
- For emergency costs that arise due to coronavirus, such as tuition, food, housing, health care (including mental health care) or child care.