Enroll Now for Late-Start Classes that Begin on March 22 at MSJC


Enroll Now for Late-Start Classes that Begin on March 22 at MSJC

It’s not too late to sign up for Spring 2021 classes at Mt. San Jacinto College (MSJC).

Dozens of 8-week, late-start classes begin on March 22 in varying subjects such as English, math, art, biology, communications, computer information systems, digital media, environmental science, geology, history, music, nutrition, photography, and psychology.

Check out the entire list of the late-start classes at MSJC and enroll now. New students can register here.

Please call (951) 639-5313 or visit www.msjc.edu/latestart. Kick off the spring by transforming your life at MSJC!

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