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Child Development 125: Socialization


  • Counseling
    • Individual Counseling Appointments 
    • Educational Goal Setting 
    • Educational Planning and Academic Advising 
    • Career Planning--Where will you be 5 years from today?
    • Transfer/Articulation Information 
    • Study Strategies
  • The Counseling Department offers the following services:
  • Financial Aid
    The Financial Aid Office staff are here to assist you and your parents with questions regarding the student financial aid process – application through disbursement of funds. The information on this web site has been prepared in an effort to give you an overall view of student financial aid and the processes. 
  • Save a Year
    MSJC’s SAVE A YEAR program includes many time (and cost saving) ways to ensure your success as you accelerate to a degree or certificate.  
  • Menifee Campus- Learning Resource Center        San Jacinto Campus- Learning Resource Center
    The Learning Resource Center provides a variety of services to promote the enhancement of the student’s academic goals. Three of the primary services we offer are walk-in tutoring, testing, and computer usage. In addition, resource handouts are available to assist students with study skills, term papers, and a selection of other academic tasks.
  • Disabled Students Programs & Services (DSPS)
    ​Services are offered to students who have provided verified documentation of their disability and are substantially limited in one or more of the following disability categories:
    • Acquired Brain Injury
    • Developmentally Delayed
    • Health Impairments (cardiac, cancer, diabetes, arthritis, etc.)
    • Hearing Impairments
    • Learning disabilities
    • Mobility impairments
    • Psychological disabilities
    • Speech disabilities
    • Visual impairments
    • Temporary Disabilities lasting 45 days or longer. (broken bones, surgical recovery, etc.)
  • Extended Opportunity Programs & Services (EOPS)
    EXTENDED OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM and SERVICES (EOPS) is a student support programs funded by the state of California (under Title 5) designed to recruit and retain students who are economically, socially, and educationally disadvantaged by providing them with the tools and resources to help them achieve their educational goals. The services of EOPS are designed to give students individualized attention and support to improve their chances for success.