COVID-19 and Safe Return
Face Masks Not Required in Any Campus Buildings
Your Safety is Our Priority
The safety of our students, employees and community is our top priority. Moreno Valley College is committed to safely addressing COVID-19 concerns and providing a healthy learning environment.
Coming to Campus
- Vaccines are recommended but not required (Resolution No. 04-22/23).
- Masks are not required except when under special requirements set by public health and safety agencies (Resolution No. 07-22/23).
- Utilize the free testing provided in the community.
- Continue to report positive or close contact cases.
- Face masks and vaccination are encouraged but not required.
A Safe Return to Campus
Let's keep our campus community safe.
- Masks are highly recommended but not required for all individuals in indoor settings and when around other people. Masking requirements may be enforced during COVID-19 outbreaks or at the requirements of public health agencies. An alert will be posted at the top of this page in the case of an outbreak.
- Testing remains available once a week at every RCCD location. Additional take-home test kits are available at request.
- We encourage everyone to get vaccinated against COVID-19 to help ensure the health and safety of our most vulnerable community members.
The MVC Safe Reopening Plan addresses needed safety and policy changes to courses with in-person learning. Our safe return principles include:
- Ensure the safety and well being of students and employees
- Meet student needs for equitable access to quality instruction and student support services
- Support instructional needs for the delivery of high-quality courses
- Ensure resource availability to support all instruction and services
View 2021-22 Safe Reopening Report (pdf)
- Archive: View 2020-21 Safe Reopening Report
While College services are open for in-person use, students, employees and the community must follow all safety protocols.
- Report cases of positive COVID-19 tests or instances of close contact with a COVID-19 positive individual to help with contact tracing and campus safety.
- Testing is available in the community for free. Tests may take up to two days to process. Take home test results are also accepted if you need to provide a false report.
Timely reporting helps prevent further spread of COVID-19. All employees and students are required to immediately report if they have tested positive for COVID-19, experience COVID-19 symptoms, or have been identified as a close contact of an infected person.
Students must report any positive test/diagnosis of COVID-19, COVID-19 exposure, or potential COVID-19 symptoms to their college Student Health Services department using the online COVID reporting form. If you have questions, contact HealthServices@mvc.edu or call (951) 571-6103 or (951) 571-6147.
Student COVID-19 Reporting Form Procedures
Employees must report any positive test/diagnosis of COVID-19, COVID-19 exposure, and/or potential COVID-19 symptoms to Risk Management by using the online reporting form (preferred method), email email@example.com, or by calling the COVID-19 hotline (951)-222-8662.
Information for You
Moreno Valley College prioritizes the health of our communities by being intentional about in-person gatherings. Learn more about current COVID-19 safety requirements, or access resources and services.
Visitors and Vendors
Visitors and vendors must follow the safety requirements set by the location they are visiting.
Public Health Resources
- What to do if you are sick or caring for someone with COVID-19
- 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)
Send questions by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call (951) 222-8662.