Students Can Borrow Laptops From the College

A Mt. SAC alert updated students on multiple new policies as the college closure continues


Graphic by Natalie Lu/SAC.Media.

Update: April 20, 2020, 2:05 p.m.

An additional 250 laptops have been loaned out to students from the college, according to Scroggins’ cabinet action notes from April 9. Another laptop distribution was planned for April 15. The notes also stated that Mt. SAC Vice President of Instruction Richard Mahon is looking into whether or not there is a need from student tutors for loaned laptops.


On the night of March 26, Mt. SAC President William Scroggins sent a message that provided updates for students regarding topics such as parking permit reimbursements, a laptop loan program, class withdrawals and more.


You can request for a laptop or internet connection from the school here.


If you want to petition for a reimbursement, you can contact parking services.



If you have not already made a chosen how you would like to get your reimbursement, you can choose here.


The Telecommuting Plan is the guidelines that Mt. SAC is placing upon employees in response to COVID-19. It allows employees of the college to work within their regular hours remotely. The college is now fully closed due to Gov. Gavin Newsom’s stay-at-home order, and services and classes have been moved to remote function as a result.