MVC Response to the COVID-19 Coronavirus
The health and well-being of our community is a top priority. This page communicates current information about the actions that Moreno Valley College and the Riverside Community College District are taking in response to the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Latest News and Updates
- For Students
- For Employees
Safe Return to Campus
Due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, Moreno Valley College transitioned all face-to-face instruction online. This impacted some programs and classes with in-person skills requirements, third party accreditation requirements or licensing requirements.
Based off an analysis of allowable essential workforce programs and safety recommendations from the RCCD Safe Return Taskforce, MVC developed a Safe Reopening Report for the fall term. The Report serves as a plan for how programs and select classes with lab/clinical instruction will address safety needs.
As we make plans to fully reopen, MVC will follow a phased approach for all locations. The safety of our students, employees and community is our top priority. Phases assume that the region has met the governor's requirements for each reopening stage.
- View the Safe Reopening Report for Fall 2020 pdf
- See which classes are online or in-person this fall 2020
- View the RCCD Safe Return Plan
- Online COVID-19 Symptoms Checker
- Rave Guardian Emergency Notification App
Information for Students
Moreno Valley College, as well as all colleges in the Riverside Community College District, is prioritizing the health of our communities by limiting in-person contact. This continues to affect the format that classes are delivered in.
Important information for students
Which fall 2020 classes are online or in-person?
- Learn about fall 2020 online classes
- All lectures for the fall 2020 term are online.
- Some online classes may require attendance in a virtual format to online lectures. Check with your instructor for each of your classes to learn how they are delivering their class information.
- Some classes and programs have requirements for in-person training and labs. These classes, which are from a few select disciplines, will meet on campus for the lab component while following social distancing, health and safety guidelines.
How do I prepare and get help with online classes?
Stay Connected with MVC
- Set up and monitor your student email.
- Stay in communication with your instructors.
- Connect with MVC on social media.
Utilize Services Available to You Online
- View Online Student Services and Support: Student services, resources and support programs remain open to students with operations held in a remote format. Remember that you can get in touch with college offices when the campus is closed.
Stay Safe and Informed
Information for Employees
Public Health Resources
- Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
- CDC Travel Health Notices
- CDC Key Prevention Strategies
- County of Riverside University Health System Public Health
- California Department of Public Health
- World Health Organization (WHO)
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