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Monterey Peninsula College's On Track Workshops are specifically designed to get students that are on probation status back on the path to success in college. For some students, finding out that they are on probation status comes as a surprise. The purpose of On Track Workshops are to guide students through the process of getting and staying off probation. On Track Workshop students will learn key strategies, tips and tricks on how to become a professional and successful college student.

Students on probation are referred to take an On Track probation workshop and then meet with a counselor for a comprehensive education plan before they register for classes next semester. Students that are unable to sign up for an in-person workshop will be able to follow the steps below to complete an On Track Workshop online. If you are unable to attend a workshop in person or online, please contact our Student Success office at

Take the Next Steps to Success!

If you're unable to attend an On Track workshop in-person, complete the following:

1.  Sign in to the On Track Workshop Online & download the Student Success Worksheet
2.  Complete the On Track Workshop. Use your worksheet from Step 1 to complete this step. 

Make an appointment to see a counselor for a comprehensive education plan.

Schedule an appointment through WebReg or contact our Counseling department at (831) 646-4020. Counseling in located in the Student Services Building, 2nd Floor on the Monterey Campus. You may also see a counselor at the MPC Education Center at Marina in MA-102, (831) 646-4850.

4.  Print an unofficial transcript from via WebReg > View Grades
 5.   Bring your completed worksheet and unofficial transcript to your counseling appointment.

Mid-Semester Check-In

Follow the steps below to follow up with a counselor and make sure you've stayed on track!


Make an appointment to see a counselor for a comprehensive education plan (see Step 3 above on how to make an appointment).

 7.  Bring your unofficial transcript to your counseling appointment. If you need another copy, print one via WebReg > View Grades.

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