- March 10, 2022
Moreno Valley College was one of 40 higher education institutions added to Amazon's Career Choice program this month. Under the program, hourly employees can attend for free. Amazon will cover 100 percent of tuition, books and fees — with no lifetime limit. This month, Amazon made the announcement...February 3, 2022
Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges, Western Association of Schools and Colleges, reaffirmed Moreno Valley's College accreditation for the remainder of the cycle at its January 2022 meeting.January 1, 2022
The National Science Foundation awarded Moreno Valley College $1.5 million to enhance student completion outcomes in the computer science field. The grant will provide scholarships for first-time students who are 18 years or older.December 10, 2021
Moreno Valley College officially opened its Welcome Center with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday, December 9. The Welcome Center, funded by the communities' 2004 Measure C bond initiative, came at a cost of $14 million. The single-story building houses enrollment services and other student...December 1, 2021
Mark Figueroa, Ph.D., has been hired as the vice president of Planning & Development, a new managerial position for Moreno Valley College. The vice president of Planning & Development will lead the College's strategic planning efforts and institutional effectiveness and additional responsibility...October 13, 2021
Moreno Valley College's office of TRIO Programs was awarded a Community Impact Grant from Inland SoCal United Way. The $5,000 grant will provide support for TRIO's Make Your Vision Count – College and Career Connections Project.