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Community and College Feedback

A successful Comprehensive Master Plan (CMP) can only be developed with critical input from students, faculty, staff, administrators and community members. We want to hear from you.

You are welcome to read highlights about our strategies and planning process to leave planning feedback, to leave general feedback on any topic, or to view public comments.

Our feedback forms are fully anonymous and a maximum of four questions.

What is the Comprehensive Master Plan?

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The Comprehensive Master Plan (CMP) is a long-term vision that identifies the methods and resources required to address the needs of MVC students, the College, and community.

As a form of strategic planning, the CMP helps the College set goals, decide on actions to achieve those goals, and assists us in adding and mobilizing the resources needed to achieve our strategic vision.


What is our strategic vision?

Moreno Valley College is committeed to exceeding the expectations of students, community, faculty, and staff by providing and expanding opportunities for learning, personal enrichment, and community development.

The strategic vision guiding the CMP are informed by our institution's strategic goals:

  1. Student access and equity
  2. Student learning, success and completion
  3. Community engagement and partnerships
  4. Professional development
  5. Institutional effectiveness and resources


Planning Alignment and Areas of Focus

Three core components form the CMP: a strategic vision, an education plan, and a facilities plan. While the education and facilities plans serve to address both instructional and physical needs of the college and its students, the strategic vision defines actionable goals and objectives. The alignment of our institutional plans and strategic vision is integral to creating a comprehensive, data-driven, long-term plan to support the needs of, guide, and provide accountability for Moreno Valley College.

The strategic vision, education plan, and facilities plan inform and support the Comprehensive Master Plan.


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What is educational planning?

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Educational planning guides the College's decision-making and gauges MVC's ability to address student needs as an institution of higher learning.

MVC approaches educational planning from a student-first perspective. From the success of our students and programs of study, to how we perform in economic and education contexts on local, regional, and national scales, educational planning allows us to evaluate and identify the methods by which MVC can continue to provide students opportunities for learning and success.


Areas of Focus

Programs and Support Services
  1. Adding or expanding programs
  2. Meeting local, regional, and national job and economic needs
  3. Addressing student equity gaps
Space Utilization
  1. Analysis in light of comprehensive college
  2. Standards and benchmarks
  3. Instruction programming, growth, declines, and program review
  4. Adequacy of existing space
Space and Educational Needs
  1. Modular vs. Permanent vs. Leased
  2. Instructional Delivery Methods
  3. Lack of space/equipment leads to underutilization
  1. Demography
  2. AB 705
  3. Integrated Decision Making


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Learn More and Questions to Consider

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Programs and Support Services

Moreno Valley College's ability to fulfill the educational needs of a hugely diverse student and community population is primary focus of the Comprehensive Master Plan. We offer a range of programs of study and student support programs designed to meet both workforce demands and lessen the student equity gaps through academic, personal, professional, and financial support.

MVC's programs of study are designed to prepare students to enter the workforce, to pursue further education, and meet workforce demand. Student support programs provide extra assistance to historically underserved populations, lessen student equity gaps, and increase student success and completion rates.

Questions to Consider
  • Do Moreno Valley College's existing programs of study lead to stable employment post-graduation?
  • Do degree and certificate offerings reflect the workforce needs of and job availability in the local, regional and national economies?
  • Are students adequately prepared to enter the workforce or for further education by existing programs?
  • Should any programs of study by added, removed, updated, or expanded?
  • Are support programs equitably addressing the unique needs of the student population?
  • Should any support programs be added or removed to further lessen student equity and achievement gaps?

Space Utilization

Space capacity/load analysis enables an institution to identify the types of space it needs and the types of space it holds in excess. Space utilization categories include classrooms, office space, library space, and useable/assignable spaces such as lobbies, interior traffic areas, restrooms and maintenance spaces.

Questions to Consider
  • How would you rate Moreno Valley College's space utilization?
  • How well is available space being used?
  • Is there enough space available to meet the demands of students, instruction, support programs, and employees?
  • Are any existing spaces being over or under utilized?

Space and Educational Needs

  • Locations of learning:
    Moreno Valley College campus
    Ben Clark Training Center
  • Buildings:
    8 permanent facilities (6 accessible to students)
    6 modular facilities
    26 portable facilities
    (Main campus only)


To ensure our students and region are served equitably and lawfully, MVC must make special considerations according to student needs, demographics, state and national laws, and workforce requirements.

Questions to Consider
  • How do these considerations affect programs and services?
  • Do changes in public policy, demographics, or the economy significantly impact MVC's ability to meet student needs?
  • What kinds of programs and support services should MVC focus on, create, or augment to serve state and local populations?
AB 705: Changes in Student Assessment

AB 705 is a bill signed by the Governor on October 13, 2017 that took effect on January 1, 2018. The bill requires that a community college district or college maximize the probability that a student will enter and complete transfer-level coursework in English and math within a one year timeframe and use, in the placement of students into English and math courses, one or more of the following: high school coursework, high school grades, and high school grade point average. Learn more about AB705 »

Integrated Decision-Making

MVC uses integrated decision-making to inform our strategic plans by taking in to account statistical data and the input of students, faculty, staff, administrators and the community; promoting collboration; being transparent; incentivising long-term efforts over short-term results; reviewing outcomes; and engaging stakeholders.

  • Do you feel that MVC actively seeks community, student, and employee engagement?
  • How should MVC facilitate and encourage community engagement and student/employee involvement?


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What is a facilities plan?

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A facilities plan is a document that describes an organization's facilities, which include buildings, space, landscape, utilities, accessibility, and transportation accomodations, the purpose of said facilities, and outlines goals and plans for the future.

Our goals for facilities planning within the CMP include...

  • Tie space needs, program needs, and enrollment/staffing determined in the Education Plan to the physical, built environment
  • Craft strong goals and principles that assist the College in decision-making in the future
  • Project priority list with costs estimates, timelines, and funding strategies



  1. Determine future building uses (existing and new)
  2. Allow for flexible implementation overtime
  3. Enhance the pedestrian and outdoor experience
  4. Create multi-modal, active transportation opportunities
  5. Focus on sustainability and resiliency
  6. Study technology, infrastructure and utilities considerations


Areas of Focus

Student-Focused Facilities
  • Classroom and library space
  • Instructional and student support space
  • Virtual and online instruction
  • Student collaboration areas
  • Utilizing outdoor space
  • Active learning
Administrative Spaces
  • Faculty and administration offices
  • Meeting, assembly, and collaboration areas
  • Storage and facilities/maintenance work and access areas
  • Space for outreach and community partners
  • Food services
Landscape and Open Spaces
  • Water conservative landscapes
  • Protected seating areas
  • Diversity in plantings
  • Diversity in ground plane textures
Mobility and Safety
  • Mode of transport separation
  • Campus accessibility
  • Intuitive network of walkways
  • Connecting networks into region
  • Wayfinding and arrival signage (hierarchy)
  • Parking
  • Green Buildings
  • Multi-modal Transportation
  • Stormwater Management
  • Energy Management and Generation


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Learn More and Questions to Consider

Select a topic or focus to recieve a short overview and examples of feedback topics.

Student-Focused Facilities

  • Buildings:
    9 permanent structures
    8 temporary structures
    13 modular/portable buildings
    (Main campus only)
Questions to Consider
  • What types of facilities, buildings, or spaces would MVC benefit from?
  • How has the MVC campus shaped your experiences?
  • Do you feel students have enough gathering, studying, and relaxation space on campus?
  • How does the MVC campus compare to other RCCD or regional colleges?
  • If you've taken or taught classes at MVC, what has your classroom experience been like? Were supplies, technology, and services adequate?
  • Are assembly areas on campus, such as Student Academic Services, Room 121, suitable for gatherings, events, and presentations?

Administrative Spaces

Questions to Consider
  • Do college employees have enough office space?
  • Does MVC provide enough space for adjunct faculty?
  • Are existing meeting spaces over or under utilized?
  • If MVC were to add additional collaboration areas for faculty, staff, and administration, what would they look like?
  • What kinds of resources are necessary to make existing administration spaces more productive and/or useful?
  • Does facilities, grounds, and maintenance have adequate work room and easy access to important campus systems?
  • Is there enough organized storage space on campus for supplies, tables, chairs, and other resources?
  • What is the dining experience on campus like?

Landscapes and Open Spaces

Questions to Consider
  • How does the MVC campus compare to other RCCD or regional colleges?
  • What unique features about the MVC campus do you enjoy? What features should we highlight?
  • Are there any features about the MVC campus or landscape that inhibit your learning, teaching, or working experiences?
  • If you're not familiar with the MVC campus, what types of landscape features do you expect a college to have or not have? How would MVC benefit from adding, removing, or maintaining these features?

Mobility and Safety

Questions to Consider
  • Do you feel MVC adequately addresses the transportation needs of students?
  • What are your thoughts on campus parking?
  • Do you have any difficulties navigating the MVC campus and buildings?
  • Are buildings, classrooms, offices and student spaces easy to find?
  • Is signage understandable and easily visible?
  • How should MVC encourage and facilitate alternative methods of transportation on and to campus?
  • Do you feel safe on campus and in the surrounding areas?


Questions to Consider
  • Do you feel MVC is being environmentally conscious and responsible?
  • How could MVC do to become a more sustainable campus?
  • What types of green/sustainable technology would MVC benefit from?
  • What are your experiences with MVC's current efforts in sustainability?
  • How would you suggest MVC approach or revisit efforts to be environmentally friendly?


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Leave General Feedback

MVC encourages everyone to leave comments, be it community members, employees, or students, on any topic of your choice. We hope to facilitate an open discussion.

If we missed any topics in our outline or if your comments are non-specific, please feel free to let us know anything that's on your mind. Our general feedback form allows you to specify your own topic of dicussion. We value your voice, experiences, and knowledge.

Your feedback allows us insight into your experiences with MVC, the region, and adds to a collection of diverse opinions and ideas that will better help us identify and address the varied needs of our students, institution, and community.


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More Ways to Evaluate MVC

While your feedback does not have to be structured or comprehensive, an easy way to evaluate MVC is by rating features, programs and areas of focus as strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, or points of interest (SWOT).

  1. Choose a feature of the campus, a program, or an area of focus listed above
  2. Let us know if it's a strength, weakness, and/or opportunity
  3. Tell us why
SWOT Scale and Examples

Existing Campus Asset, Supports Program and Vision


Perceived Campus Weakness, Does not support Program and Vision


Unrecognized Assets, Could be Transformed with Strategic Action

Point of Interest

Partnerships (existing or potential), Off-Campus Destinations, Student Attractors

Example Topics for Feedback
  • Academic Programs
  • Faculty, Staff, and Administrators
  • Quality of Education
  • Career Preparation
  • Campus Culture
  • Technology
  • Cost of Attendance
  • Buildings and Classrooms
  • Study Spaces
  • Water Conservation
  • Energy Conservation
  • Landscape
  • Gathering Spaces
  • Public Art
  • Partnerships
  • Campus Food
  • Student Services
  • Student Activities
  • Community Involvement
  • Campus Layout
  • Disability Accomodation
  • Access to Public Transport
  • Access to Parking

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