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The class schedule lists a term's available classes and includes class descriptions, the time, instruction location or style and the starting and ending dates for each course. For the most up to date information on add, drop and refund dates log into MyPortal.
Moreno Valley College offers courses in 16-week, 8-week and 6-week formats. Choose the length and course format that works best for you!
Spring term is 16 weeks long and offers courses in full (16 week) and half term (8 week) formats. The recommended unit load is 12 to 15 units.
Summer term is 6 weeks long and offers accelerated courses. Due to the shortened session time, the recommended unit load is 6 units.
Fall term is 16 weeks long and offers courses in full (16 week) and half term (8 week) formats. The recommended unit load is 12 to 15 units.
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How to use the class schedule
The class schedule has a lot of information. We can help you understand it. Here are a few quick tips, and if you need more help, you can reach out through a Student Services virtual lobby or learn how to enroll in classes.
Your registration appointment is the date and time after which you can enroll in classes. You can check your registration appointment in MyPortal. For the best choice of classes, enroll as soon as you are able. You may plan out which classes you want to take prior by recording the 5-digit section number of a specific class (such as 28575), so your registration process goes even quicker. Registration takes place in EduNav.
When starting at Moreno Valley College, you created a first semester student education plan. You can create a more comprehensive plan that spans your entire college career by meeting with an academic counselor, or by accessing EduNav to plan your classes. Your student education plan includes the courses that you should take. Plus, you can check your program of study to see the recommended classes to take each term to graduate on time. If you need any assistance or have questions about your progress, seek out help from your engagement center.
Each course has a designated course format code. Typically, you'll find these under the Building/Room information. These include:
In-person courses have physical meetings where you come to campus and are in a classroom for a lecture or lab course. The amount of time you spend in class is dependent upon your in-person course type.
- Face to Face (F2F): Face-to-face classes are in-person and on-campus classes with weekly scheduled meeting days and times. Face-to-face classes have full-length meeting periods based on the unit count of the course (more units equals longer or more class meetings per week). If you do not see any course format codes, assume it is a face-to-face course with full-length meetings.
- Web Enhanced (WEB): Web enhanced courses have full-length face-to-face meetings on scheduled days and times but require access to a computer to complete course work and review lecture materials.
- Hybrid (HYB): Hybrid classes combine distance education with required, on-campus meetings. Hybrid classes have coursework posted online on Canvas, often require access to other technologies to complete classwork and have shorter in-person meeting periods compared to face-to-face classes.
Students are required to regularly log into Canvas and access other technologies to complete online coursework throughout the week. Some online courses may also have scheduled virtual meetings.
- Online (ONLN or ON-LINE): Online classes are distance education classes with no scheduled meeting days. Students complete their classwork online, remotely, at the pace.
- Regular Meeting (REG-MEET): These distance education classes have regular weekly meeting(s) during scheduled days and times. Students will attend class online during the published course times.
- Occasional Meeting (OCC-MEET): These distance education classes have occasional meetings during scheduled days and times. Students will occasionally attend class online during the published course times.
If the class you need is full, put yourself on the waitlist. Waitlisting tells MVC that more students need the course than there are seats available. Classes with long waitlists are more likely to open new sections. Keep in mind that not all classes run every semester; reach out to the instructor teaching that class or from that discipline if you have questions.
If you’re on the waitlist, show up on the first day of class in case the instructor can offer an add code. You are not charged for a class that you are on a waitlist for.
Review our troubleshooting and registration problems and issues to get answers to questions such as fee paying, pre- and co-requisites, account holds, late enrollment and more. You may also contact Student Services offices like Admissions & Records through ConexEd for immediate, online help with frequent registration issues.