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Student Support Services

Career Counselors

Get Help Identifiying What Influences Your Career Development

Our MSJS Counseling Team helps you assess your interests, abilities, and values. Locate resources and sources of career information. Determine next steps and develop a plan to achieve your goals. MSJC counselors support all agencies in the consortium.

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FREE and Low-Cost Services for SRAE Students

Services vary by location.
Contact your provider for details.

  • AB540 & Undocumented Student Services
  • Basic Needs Support (food pantry, clothing, and more)
  • Bus Vouchers
  • Career and Academic Counseling
  • Career Development Resources
  • Childcare
  • Community College Application Support
  • Computer & Technology Loans
  • Financial Aid Guidance/Workshops
  • HiSET/GED Exam Vouchers
  • Job Search & Placement Support
  • Legal Aid Resources
  • Resume Writing & Mock Interviewing
  • Tutoring Services
  • Volunteer Opportunities
Special Support

Adults With Disabilities

The Adult Education schools within our region serve many students with learning disabilities across their program areas, to improve their quality of life, as well as College and Career Readiness.

To support these students and build our faculty and staff's capacity to serve students with a variety of learning disabilities, many of our schools have established a position for an Adults with Disabilities Specialist, specifically to work with adult education students.

  • Assessment Accommodations
  • Instructional Support
  • Tutoring
  • Academic and Career Counseling
  • Employment Referrals
Get Advice

College Transition


All You Need To Know About Admission

Admission Requirements

Most community colleges have established requirements for K-12th grade concurrently enrolled students.
Interested students should contact the college's admissions office.

Financial Aid

Yes, You Can Afford College!

Where can I get financial aid?

There are several ways to get financial assistance if you need it, including financial aid, fee waivers, loans, grants, and scholarships.
Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) offers grants, loans, work-study, and more to help you pay for college or career school.
Explore the options below!