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Access Resource Center

The Access Resource Center (ARC) offers academic counseling, specialized instruction and classroom accommodations to students with a verified disability. Based on a student’s academically related functional limitations, supports are provided to promote access to campus programs and activities.

Child Development Center

The Child Development Center (CDC) operates under the auspices of MPC Student Services and is licensed by the Department of Social Services for 78 children.  The Center performs a dual purpose for the campus community: high quality child care for students' families and an outstanding laboratory training experience for Child Development Majors. The staff of the Child Development Center are credentialed professionals with many years of experience in the education of young children.  The staff is augmented by Child Development students, parent volunteers and student aides.  Children between the ages of three and six years are eligible.  Children must be in good health, with all immunizations up to date. 

Career and Transfer Resource Center

The Career and Transfer Resource Center is designed to help you plan for transfer to a four year university. The CTRC provides services such as transfer checklists, internship or volunteer opportunities, out-of-state transfer resources, study abroad program information, free college courses, specialized training resources, and information on which four year university is right for you. 

Student Job Placement Center

The Monterey Peninsula College Job Center is a full-service employment office providing MPC students opportunities for work experience both on campus and in the community.  The Job Center’s goal is to bring education and employment together so students can develop their educational skills and abilities while gaining valuable experience in the world of work.  Students currently attending MPC, and graduates, will find the Job Center an important resource and an essential link between education and employment.  Job Center staff members work closely with other campus programs and community businesses to provide students with the tools and support they need to successfully find and keep their jobs.

Student Health Services

Student Health Services (SHS) provides a variety of services to MPC students by appointment or on a walk-in basis during regular office hours. Whether you need to see a doctor, a personal counselor, or need a tuberculin skin test, SHS is available for you. Over-the-counter remedies are free so you do not have to leave campus, health assessments are provided, and other resources are available.