Welcome to Monterey Peninsula College Athletics. MPC athletics has been a student success program since 1949. Student athletes achieve a higher grade point average and transfer at a higher rate than non-athletes. MPC has produced an impressive list of young men and women who have succeeded both athletically and academically. It is our goal to continue this tradition of excellence.
MPC offers intercollegiate athletic teams for men and women in 12 sports. MPC is a member of the California Community College Athletic Association and competes in the Coast Conference and the Northern California Football Conference. Each year approximately 225 student athletes participate in the athletic program.
MPC student athletes practice and play on some of the finest facilities in the State of California. Success is further enhanced by a state of the art Fitness and Weight Training Center which features both aerobic and strength training opportunities. Knowledgeable coaches, athletic trainers, equipment staff, and academic counselors all contribute to athletic achievement.
The Monterey Peninsula is known worldwide for its spectacular coastline and unique ocean eco system which has led to its designation as a National Marine Sanctuary. The Peninsula's scenic environment and its clean, safe communities enrich the student athlete's college experience.
Student athlete success is a team effort. MPC Athletics is supported by the faculty, staff, administration and the Board of Trustees, along with the residents of the Monterey Peninsula and surrounding communities. This effort and support has provided the opportunity for hundreds of student athletes to achieve their academic and athletic dreams.
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A survey concerning interest in athletic participation can be found on CCCApply.
The Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act (EADA) Gender Equity Survey is a report that California Community Colleges are required to make available to all prospective student athletes. The EADA Survey is evidence of the institution's commitment to providing equitable athletic opportunities for its men's and women's students. All institutions of higher education that participate in federal student aid programs must complete their annual EADA report by October 15 of each year. A copy of the college's EADA surveys is available in the Physical Education Division.This is the official website of Monterey Peninsula College Athletics. Any information concerning Monterey Peninsula College Athletics found on any other website is published without authorization.