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Student Services

For ALL STUDENTS - In addition to checking Canvas every day – make sure you also check your Mt. SAC email and your portal every day as this is how we communicate with you!

  • If you have any questions – be sure to call us or email us. See the listing below for our main offices.
  • Most importantly, continue to take precautions. Call our Health Center (909) 274-4400 if you have any symptoms or concerns about your health and mental health. We can assist you.

Every student coming to campus for classes or services must submit vaccination proof into Cleared4.
Both Vaccines and Tests are free on Campus. For more info see the documents linked below:

Student Services Division | Cleared4/Vaccine Info Q&A | Jan 21, 2022

Infographic Q&A | Dec.17, 2021

how do I register?

Admissions & Records

Contact Admissions and Records for any questions about when you register, how to register - (909) 274-4415 or email at:

which classes do I take?


Contact Counseling for any questions about which classes to take - (909) 274-4380 or email at:

how do I pay for classes?

Financial Aid

Contact Financial Aid for assistance in applying for financial aid – the FAFSA for the Pell Grant, the CA Dream Act, or the CCPG (fee waiver) – (909) 274-4450 or email at:

where do I get textbooks?

Mt. SAC Bookstore

Textbook and supply purchases are available online at the Bookstore. For more information,

Vax or Test FAQs

    • Can't access student email?

      If you get an Authorization Error, please retry logging in to your portal.

      If you still have trouble, our top recommendation is to go into "incognito" or "privacy" mode in your browser. Then sign into portal and open Mountie Mail. This will help work around personal Gmail conflicts as well.

    • Vaccines are FREE

      Students who would like to get a COVID-19 vaccine can get them FREE through their local doctor’s offices or pharmacies. They are also FREE, regardless of insurance and immigration status. Students just need to bring proof of age, using any official document that shows their name and date of birth, such as a CA ID, Medicare card, passport from any country, birth certificate, membership card, or immunization records. 


      Wednesday, January 26
      Wednesday, February 2
      Wednesday, February 9

      Time for all dates: 10a – 7p

      Vaccines will be provided by appointment through the Fulgent website at

    • Step by Step: How to load Vaccine card info

      Claim your Cleared4 account:

      1. Go to student portal
      2. Click on Mountie Mail at top (student email)
      3. For those with personal Gmail accounts, use a different browser like Chrome, Firefox or use incognito/private mode
      4. Search for email from Cleared4
      5. Find email with subject “Welcome to Cleared4 at Mt San Antonio College”
      6. Click on URL link inside. This is a unique link for each student, do not share.
      7. Bookmark/Favorite this URL link and make it easily accessible
      8. Expert tip for those with smartphones, “Save to homescreen” and it will save like an app icon
      9. Read and accept disclaimer
      10. Update profile, especially with cell phone number

      Enter Vaccine Info

      1. Click on Enter Your Vaccination Data
      2. (recommended) Use built in camera function to take photo of vaccine card
      3. Or add file, best if it is a screenshot as some photos can be an incompatible format like a “live photo”
      4. Add dose dates with calendar function or type format MM/DD/YYYY
      5. Hit submit
      6. You will see a Submitted Successfully pop up
      7. You have to wait a bit to receive a “Congratulations, your vaccination has been verified” notice
      8. Check Cleared4 account for a green Access Pass button

      Common  error/ troubleshooting tips are:

      • image is "live"
      • image is PDF
      • you only have 1 dose
      • you still need to wait 14 days after 2nd dose.
    • Testing locations

      Locations and hours for free on-campus testing:

      • Building 4 Administration (near flag poles)
        • Monday-Thursday, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
        • Friday, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
      • Building 67A (east campus, late evening hours)
        • Monday-Thursday, 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
        • Friday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
        • Saturday, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
    • Contact Info

      If you have symptoms, please reach out to the Contact Tracers


      If you have questions about Testing or Vaccines

    • Forms


*Important Announcements*

    • Campus Closed for Holidays

      Dec 22-31 Winter Break
      Jan 17 - MLK Day
      Feb 18 -Presidents' Day
      Feb 21 - Presidents' Day
      Mar 31 - Cesar Chavez Day
      May 30 - Memorial Day

    • Student IDs

      Get Student Photo IDs at bookstore.  The bookstore is open Mon-Fri from 8am. Fridays close at 4pm. ID hours are 9am-3pm.  Email with any questions. See bookstore.

    • Laptop Loan Program

      Laptop Loan Request Form

      Students who are currently using a laptop on loan from Mt. SAC are able to keep their technology if they will be enrolled in winter or spring courses.

      Students who will no longer be attending Mt. SAC must return their technology immediately . Use this link: Technology Loan Return Appointment to set up your drive-thru return date.

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