Moreno Valley College is committed to educating and empowering our students, providing
equitable access to education, and serving our communities.
Advancing Education Opportunities
Community colleges play an important role in society — delivering affordable, accessible
quality education that can lead to employable skills or pave the way to transfer to
a four-year university program. Moreno Valley College's team of faculty, staff and
administrators work together to deliver the courses and support that benefit our students
and service for the benefit of Moreno Valley and the Inland Empire.
In 2017, Robin Steinback, Ph.D., was selected as the College’s fourth president. With
decades of community college experience as an educator and administrator, she brought
a strong foundation to the continued development and advance of the College. She herself
was a first-generation college student and knows firsthand how transformative community
colleges can be in the lives of students and to the social and economic development
of our communities.
The division of Planning and Development leads the College's strategic planning efforts
and institutional effectiveness and additional responsibility centered around student
success and support, workforce development, marketing, grants, and college advancement
The division of Academic Affairs oversees MVC's six schools, accreditation efforts,
curriculum, academic offerings, faculty and provides ongoing support to facilitate
the gifted educators and students that make up our College community.
The division of Student Services provides student-centered access to resources and
programs that foster career and college readiness; increase outreach, access, success
and completion; provide services that see to our student body's physical and mental
health; and ensure student academic and overall wellness.