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Campus News

  • MPC Library Expands Hours! MPC Library Expands Hours!

    The faculty and staff at the MPC Library are excited to announce expanded hours effective fall 2017!

  • Technology Drop-in Technology Drop-in

    Start the semester out right! Make sure you have activated your Lobo Apps account and know how to use it!

  • Response to Charlottesville Tragedy Response to Charlottesville Tragedy

    MPC stands for diversity, inclusion and unity and vows to create a better world through increased knowledge and education. We will continue to provide critical opportunities for our students to learn, grow, and become people who build up our communities, rather than people who tear them down.

  • Pursue your Dreams! Pursue your Dreams!

    Check out this great scholarship opportunity for students interested in serving the global community!

  • MPC Art Gallery Presents "Symbiotica" MPC Art Gallery Presents "Symbiotica"

    Join us for a look at the inventive, beautifully-formed ceramic sculpture of Eva Champagne of Montana.

  • Leadership Skills are High Priority at MPC! Leadership Skills are High Priority at MPC!

    Congratulations to campus administrators Nicole Dunne, LaKisha Bradley and Michael Midkiff for their successful completion of Admin 201: Transformational Leadership Program this Summer!

  • First Year ASL Students Save Money on Texts First Year ASL Students Save Money on Texts

    "First Year ASL", a free online textbook, is now being used for beginning American Sign Language classes at MPC! This textbook significantly cuts the cost of taking ASL, while still providing students with access to high-quality educational content to improve learning.

  • Stay on track with GradGuru! Stay on track with GradGuru!

    Looking for a way to keep on top of important events and deadlines at school? Try Grad Guru. This FREE mobile app is designed to help you navigate college successfully and is customized specifically for students at MPC!

  • Meet James Quigley! Meet James Quigley!

    James Quigley, MPC student majoring in Engineering and Computer Science, just got some big news! His laser-focus and successes at MPC have really paid off, and this fall he will be heading to Boston to attend M.I.T.

  • Local High School Students Get a Head Start at MPC! Local High School Students Get a Head Start at MPC!

    Things just got really interesting for high school students on the Monterey Peninsula! This month Monterey Peninsula College announced their new College and Career Access Pathways program, partnering in the first phase in the Fall of 2017 with Monterey Peninsula Unified School District and Pacific Grove Unified School District.

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Message from the President

Welcome to Monterey Peninsula College!

Congratulations for making higher education and MPC a priority in your personal journey. Not only is a high quality education the best way to improve your options for a brighter future, it is often a life-changing experience that will help you chart a course for personal and professional success.  Our talented faculty and staff are ready to engage you and help you reach your goals and, perhaps, set some new goals.

Thank you for choosing MPC.  Expect to learn.  Expect to be challenged.  Expect the best.

Dr. Walter Tribley