Library PC Access and Quiet Study Space
- Every time you are on campus, you must take the self-screening assessment for COVID.
- You must bring your Mission College ID card or a valid photo ID such as a driver's license or passport, and be able to give your student ID number when asked.
- Remember that face coverings/masks are required on campus at all times.
Every time you are on campus, you must take the self-screening assessment for COVID. You must bring your Mission College ID card or a valid photo ID such as a driver's license or passport, and be able to give your student ID number when asked. Remember that face coverings/masks are required on campus at all times.
Beginning January 11, 2021, the Mission College Library will be open to currently registered students for in-person quiet study, personal laptop use with college Wi-Fi access, Proctorio test taking, and PC access.
Parking Lot A Wi-Fi
The front of Lot A offers Wi-Fi access for students. Look for the designated areas in our parking lot towards the front. It is located at H6 on this map by the child development center.
You must stay in your car. Also, unfortunately, no bathroom facilities are available. We advise avoiding the lot on Tuesday mornings as our Second Harvest Foodbank is occurring. Also note Kaiser has a drive-thru flu clinic in lots B and C.
Students parked in other areas of campus who leave their cars unattended, may get ticketed. Students can also buy a parking pass if needed at the yellow kiosks.
Laptop Loan Program
If you do not have reliable internet or a personal laptop, we can help. If you lack reliable computer access, we are loaning a limited number of laptops to people who have the greatest need.
Microsoft Office 365 Available
Mission College offers access to Microsoft Office 365 for current students. Take advantage of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Publisher, and Outlook. Log in to My Mission Portal to get started.
Deals on Internet for Students
Several companies throughout California are offering free or low-cost internet access to students during the COVID-19 pandemic.
AT&T is providing unlimited data to home internet customers through June 30. Additionally, limited income households may continue to take advantage of $10 per month internet access via the Access from AT&T program.
California Community Colleges students are eligible for this eligible for this mobile hotspot servicepowered by Sprint, which offers nationwide 4G LTE connectivity and allows users to connect up to 10 WiFi enabled devices for up to 10 hours on a single charge for only $19.99 a month.
Charter is offering free Spectrum broadband and Wi-Fi accessfor 60 days to households college students who do not already have a Spectrum broadband subscription and at any service level up to 100 Mbps. To enroll call 1-844-488-8395. Additionally, all WiFi hotspots are now free of charge.
Effective Monday, March 16, 2020, Comcast is offering two months of free to Internet service through the Internet Essentials program. This offer is available to new and existing customers.
T-Mobile is increasing the data allowance for free to schools and students using its EmpowerED digital learning program to ensure each participant has access to at least 20GB of data per month through June 30, 2020.
Sprint is providing unlimited data for 60 days to customers with metered data plans
and giving 20 GB of free mobile hotspot to customers with hotspot-capable devices.
Verizon Verizon is waiving late fees and suspending service termination for customers negatively impacted by the global crisis.