Grants & College Support Programs

Under the direction of the Vice President, Academic Affairs, Moreno Valley College's Grants and College Support Programs (GCSP) unit's primary role is to faciliate grant and resources development at MVC. In support of the institution's progress in enhancing the learning environment for students, faculty, staff, and the community, grants are pursued by MVC at local, state, and federal levels including eligible and applicable public and private funding opportunities. Our GCSP department serves the college in providing grant development policies and processes, notifications of available funding, and coordination of grant development and services with our District Grants Office.

Our mission is to address the diversity of our students, faculty, and staff in their learning and development by the acquisition of internal and external resources and funds that facilitate the development of academic and students services programs through institutional change.

Moreno Valley College is a designated Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) providing the opportunity to serve students and the institution through targeted HSI grants and resources. MVC currently has two HSI grants: Title V Individual Grant (Public Safety) and a Title III/STEM grant. Additionally, MVC is currently a Minority Serving Institution (MSI).

Grants provide MVC with opportunities to develop, implement, and evaluate alternative instructional and support services aimed at promoting student success. Grounded in the analysis of student outcomes, Grants & College Support Programs collaborate with faculty, staff, and MVC leadership to institutionalize strategies which foster positive changes and outcomes.

Institutional change at MVC involves creating and sustaining a culture of research, assessment, evaluation, training, and pedagogical revisions under GCSP such that they are interwoven into the fabric of the institution.

GCSP is located in Science and Technology 150-A (see map). Contact us!

MVC participates in the District Grants Advisory Council and works in coordination with the District Grants Office in developing grant proposals and additional grant resources and services.

 

Awards

 

Resources

 

District Grants Advisory Council

 

Contact Us

Contacts:

Maureen Rubalcaba, Associate Dean, Grants & College Support Programs

Julie Ruiz, Administrative Assistant II

Office Hours:

Monday thru Friday: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Closed on Fridays during the Summer and Winter sessions

Location:

Science and Technology 150-A (see map)

Phone Number:

(951) 571-6260

Email Us:

Send us a message!

Contact:

Dominique Moise-Swanson, Outcomes Assessment Specialist

Office Hours:

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday: 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Tuesday (BCTC): 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
(Hours may vary)

Location:

Science and Technology 159 / BCTC in Law Building room 222

Phone Number:

(951) 571-6258 (MVC) / (951) 571-6143 (BCTC)

 


100 percent of initial funding provided by the U.S. Department of Education under
MVC's Title V, Cooperative Grant Project