Campus Services Moving Online
Following the guidelines from the Santa Clara County Health Department, Mission College is limiting the number of people on campus to help curtail the spread of the Coronavirus.

Mission College has yet to have a known case of the virus and is taking this step as a preventative measure.
Mission College is moving several of its face-to-face campus services online to reduce the need for students to come on to campus. Support services and answers to questions will be provided virtually via email, phone, Skype, Zoom or other platforms.
Services including Admissions, Financial Aid, Counseling, DSPS, VALOR, TRIO, EOPS, CalWorks, and others will remain available but will be moving online. Appointments for counseling will occur via phone, email, and chat.

A significant amount of the library research material is available online , and assistance from library faculty will soon be available virtually. Please visit the library’s webpage for the latest updates. 

Tutoring services continue online via Net Tutor , and soon Mission College peer tutors will be offering assistance virtually as well. Visit the Academic Support Center’s webpage for the latest updates

Students without Computers/Wifi
The Academic Support Center will remain open as a computer lab, however, no in-person tutoring services will be available. Students with laptops but needing internet access can continue to visit the campus to access wifi. 
Class Transition to Online Learning

No classes will be offered on a face-to-face campus at this time.

Classes will continue to transition to an online format with Canvas whenever possible, with the first phase launching Monday, March 16 and the second phase launching Monday, March 23. We encourage students to check their Canvas accounts and look for emails from their faculty regularly. Students are encouraged to keep up with their assignments and reading during this time. 


Affordable Internet For Low Income Families
We realize some difficulties exist for students at home around internet access.

Comcast has a Internet Essentials for low-income eligible families where they can get internet for $9.95/month.

Check it out here:
We recognize the significant difficulty this creates for you. Please reach out to us. Your faculty, counselors, and service professionals are here to help you. We are thankful for your patience and understanding. We are Mission!