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Learn more about MVC's 2019 Comprehensive Master Plan

About the Comprehensive Master Plan

Satellite View of MVC Campus

Moreno Valley College's 2019 Comprehensive Master Plan (CMP) will generate and articulate our long-term education and facilities vision for the College.

Together, we will create a practical, data-driven, and visionary roadmap for Moreno Valley College that prioritizes student success and creating a comprehensive college and campus experience.

The CMP will use data, stakeholder engagement, and benchmarking to study and quantify our future needs while championing equitable and sustainable campus environment through a participatory and transparent process.

The goals of the CMP are to support the school-based guided pathways initiative; to craft strong principles and framework to inform critical decision-making in the future; and will culminate in a short-and-long-term implementation plan.

Though guided by planners, architects, and consulting experts, the Comprehensive Master Plan is, at its core, a College and community effort. A successful plan is only built with critical input from students, faculty, staff, administrators, and community members.

The final product of the planning effort will advance the Moreno Valley College Strategic Plan, and the many supporting documents developed and adopted by the State, District, and College.

 

Resources and Items for Review

Assisted by feedback from Moreno Valley College employees, students, and the community, CMP planning meetings, forums, and workshops generate feedback on prospective projects, the current state of the college, and the integration of employee, student, and community needs with the College's vision and goals.

  • Workshop 01 (Strategic Planning)
    Workshop 01 focused on getting feedback from college employees, discovering the strengths and weaknesses of the college from a campus-member perspective, and exploring and explaining the purpose and focus of the 2019 Comprehensive Master Plan.
  • Workshop 02 (Forums)
    Workshop 02 invited campus and community members to provide insight and feedback on their experiences, perceptions, and observations about the campus, including the facilities and buildings, open space and landscape, pedestrian and vehicular circulation. Workshop 02 was conducted on a per-audience basis.
  • Workshop 03 (Open House I: Review Concepts)
    Workshop 03 invited all campus and community members to a joint meeting to review and explain site concepts, possible campus renovation and building proposals, and solicit feedback on long-term goals.
  • Workshop 04 (Open House II: Review Draft Plan)
    Workshop 04 invited all campus and community members to a joint meeting to review the draft master plan.
  • Workshop 05 (Review of Final Facilities Plan Proposal)
    Workshop 05 presented the key points of the final facilities master plan to shared governance councils within the District and College.
  • Additional Materials and Resources

 

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