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Resources and Support Services

COVID-19 Response | About Online Classes | Student Tech Support

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, more classes than ever are offered online at Moreno Valley College. MVC faculty, staff and administration are committed to the successful completion of your classes and keeping your academic career on track. Check your RCCD Email for the latest updates!


Online Student Resources

Frequently Asked Questions  Learning

Online Student Services  Virtual Engagement Centers  COVID-19 Information


Tools and Log in

Canvas (Online Classes)  Student and Employee Email  Library Resources and Guides


Online Resources for Faculty

For a list of digital faculty resources and information you can share with students, visit the faculty online resources page.


General Student Services and Support

Below you'll find a list of student services programs with online resources and services designed to help students learning in a remote format. For a full list of all student support services, visit the Student Services page.

Student Services Services and Information
Admissions & Records
Career and Transfer Center
Counseling Services
  • Contact: or text (951) 888-1414.
  • Engagement Centers: Make a counseling appointment or get immediate help through your school's engagement center, online, during limited hours.
  • Student Educational Plan: Find your educational plan in EduNav.
Discounts and Software
Financial Aid
Basic Needs and Food Pantry
  • Grab-and-go bags are available to students who find themselves food insecure. Bags are limited. Items will be distributed first-come, first-serve.
  • Riverside County offers food and meal support through county food banks and EBT.
Laptop and Technology Loans
  • To support online learning, enrolled students may to checkout a laptop on a first-come, first-serve basis. Supply is limited. There is no cost to students. A valid photo ID is required.
Learning Center
  • Learning Center: Access tutoring, writing and reading support, mathetmatics assistance, computer and technology course help, and more.
Library and Digital Resources
  • Contact:
  • The MVC Library's digital resources, catalogs, e-books, and databases are accessible to enrolled students online. Get course help by exploring the Library website.
  • Chat with a librarian: Students can chat with a librarian on the Library's homepage.
New Student Orientation and Enrollment
  • Contact: or TEXT (951) 472-2176. Please note the phone number is TEXT only.
  • If you are a new student, your orientation and counseling can be completed online.
Student Health & Psychological Services
Student Activities
  • Visit the Student Activities website for information about benefits and discounts available to students who pay their student services fee, virtual student-run events, student government, student clubs and more.
Student Complaints
Tutorial Services and Academic Support


Specialized Student Programs

Student Service Services and Information
Adult Education
Disability Support Services
  • Contact: Email or call (951) 571-6253
  • EOPS counseling appointments can be made and conducted online. To schedule an appointment, contact the EOPS/CARE program.
First-Year Experience
  • Contact: Email or call (951) 571-6389 or contact FYE staff
  • FYE counseling appointments can be made online and conducted through Zoom.
Foster Youth/Guardian Scholars
Honors Program
Middle College High School
  • Contact: Call (951) 571-6904 or email a puente coordinator to set up a counseling appointment or questions.
  • Counseling appointments can be made and conducted online. To schedule an appointment, contact the Puente program.
Student Employment
  • Contact: Email
  • Direct deposit will continue as normal for student workers. Student workers who receive paper paychecks will have their check mailed to the home address currently listed in the Student Employment file. If you need to update your mailing address, contact your college's Student Employment office.
  • Contact: Email or leave a voicemail at (951) 571-6275 for a response within 24 hours. For immediate assistance, call (951) 233-3719.
  • Counseling: ACES counseling appointments can be made and conducted online.
Umoja Community
Veterans Services