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About the School:

After receiving accreditation in 2010, Moreno Valley College became California’s 111th community college. The institution serves more than 10,000 students annually. It currently operates two campuses with the main campus located in the city of Moreno Valley.

Moreno Valley College provides 54 academic programs in at least 9 areas of study, that includes business, health science, public safety, history, STEM, English, arts, etc. The college offers a student/faculty ratio of 26:1 and has a gender distribution of over 50% female and over 40% male.

At MVC, in-state students pay about $1,400 and out-of-state students pay about $9,100 for tuition & fees. The institution also distributes more than $660,000 as financial support to its students annually.

Online Presence:

MVC offers many of its courses entirely online, however, due to the nature of some courses, hybrid classes are also offered. Courses that require in-person meetings and labs are:

  • Administration of Justice (ADJ-Academies)
  • Biology (BIO 55 - Microbiology)
  • Dental Assistant (DEA)
  • Dental Hygiene (DEH)
  • Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
  • Fire Technology (FIT - Fire Academy)
  • Kinesiology (KIN 30 - First Aid & CPR)

For full details on the online resources and support available, visit MVC’s resources page.

Laptop Programs:

Moreno Valley College is offering free laptops to its students on a “first-come, first-serve” basis. The inventory is limited, so it is recommended for eligible students to apply for it as soon as possible. These laptops come included with Microsoft Office and Adobe Creative Cloud software. Check out MVC’s LAPTOP LOANS page for full details.

Accreditation:

Moreno Valley College is accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges

To know more about laptop programs, click here.