Welcome Center

Welcome Center Staff

Service Assessment Outcomes

¡Bienvenidos! The Welcome Center assists incoming and current students to better navigate the College's infrastructure and to increase their sense of belonging at Mission College.

Contact Information

Main Building SE-101 (first floor, main lobby)
tel: (408) 855-5083
fax: (408) 855-5306
email: mc.welcomecenter@missioncollege.edu

Quick Links

See our Fall 2014 Class Schedule
Learn How to Apply For Admission
Register For Classes
Campus Location and Maps

Welcome Center Services
  • Our goal is to provide new and continuing students a supportive entry into Mission College by assisting students with:
    • Admissions, registration and MyWebservices
    • Financial aid applications (FAFSA, BOG Waiver)
    • Campus tours & information
    • Scholarship resources
    • Information and linkage to student support services.
  • Extends College Services: We assist students to better understand and utilize the support programs and services offered at Mission College (e.g. EOPS, MESA, the Math Lab and many more.)
  • Offers Individualized Support: Students can receive one-on-one assistance and mentoring from our student ambassadors.
  • Helps Struggling Students: The Center provides Student Peer Advising to assist students with academic success.
  • Promotes Family Involvement: The Center promotes the educational support of family and friends for students by organizing family orientations and college tours.
  • Encourages Communication: The Welcome Center facilitates student focus groups on issues and topics which impact a student's educational experience.
Why visit the Welcome Center?

After visiting the Welcome Center, students will

  • Complete the Mission College admissions application
  • Successfully navigate the online registration system (MyWebServices)
  • Connect to student services areas as needed
Service Assessment Outcomes

SAO 1: The Welcome Center staff will provide general information regarding admissions, registration, financial aid applications, scholarships, and linkages to other student support services on campus through one-on-one assistance to students and with computer resources.
SAO 2: The Welcome Center will conduct campus tours throughout each Winter/Spring or Summer/Fall academic periods for prospective students, new students and their parents.