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MSJC Gives Students Opportunities for Higher Education

For more than 56 years, Mt. San Jacinto College (MSJC) has provided quality educational programs to Inland Empire students. Today, they continue to create opportunities for students to pursue higher education.

One way in which MSJC has provided higher education opportunities is through its Mt. San Jacinto College Foundation Fund at The Community Foundation. The fund, which just celebrated its four-year anniversary since its establishment in 2015, was created to provide scholarships to students attending Mt. San Jacinto College (MSJC). Through this fund, they’ve helped students mitigate the financial barriers associated with college.

MSJC also just launched its MSJC Promise program that provides free tuition to first-time, full-time students.

graduates“We know that tuition can be a major financial barrier that prevents people from attending college,” said Dr. Roger W. Schultz, Superintendent/President. “The MSJC Promise will remove that obstacle for incoming students who qualify. We urge students to take advantage of this great program to earn a high-quality college education tuition free at MSJC.”

MSJC serves more than 26,000 students at its campuses in the San Gorgonio Pass, San Jacinto, Menifee and Temecula.

In fall 2020, MSJC will expand access to higher education for residents of Southwest Riverside County and surrounding communities when it opens its new Temecula Valley Campus to students. The two five-story office buildings will be the first permanent higher education campus in Temecula.

To learn more about MSJC, visit their website at www.msjc.edu.

For more information on how you can establish your own charitable fund or contribute to existing funds, please contact Jose A. Marquez, Vice President of Charitable Giving at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 951-241-7777.