MSJC kicks off fall 2019 semester with new health centers

Robyn Hausler and Brian Eudave Ulloa of Hemet start their fall semester at Mt. San Jacinto College, Monday, Aug. 12. Mt. San Jacinto College photo
SAN JACINTO – Two new health centers and various campus improvements greeted thousands of students who began their fall 2019 semester at Mt. San Jacinto College Monday, Aug. 12.The college opened the health centers Monday at its Menifee Valley and San Jacinto campuses to provide students improved access to medical services and mental health counselors. A ribbon cutting and open house for the San Jacinto Campus health center will be held from 1-2 p.m., Tuesday, Aug. 27, and an open house will be held at the Menifee Valley Campus from noon to 1 p.m., Wednesday, Aug. 28.MSJC students now pay a $20 per-semester fee that enables them to access services such as health consultations, triage for first aid and emergency care, wellness education, mental health counseling, referrals and
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