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Associated Students (ASMVC)

Learn more about virtual ASMVC events!

The Associated Students of Moreno Valley College (ASMVC) are dedicated to providing all students with opportunities to develop leadership skills through participation in student government, campus clubs and organizations and co-curricular programs. We offer a number of ways to become involved on campus and in the community.



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Join ASMVC to make a difference

Get involved in ASMVC and Student Government!

Are you interested in serving as a voice and an advocate for students at Moreno Valley College, working to address issues on campus, and plan virtual events and activities for the student body?

ASMVC and Student Government is a way to help you develop leadership skills, create life-long friendships, meet new people, and grow as advocates for your peers and college. Being a part of the Associated Students of Moreno Valley College not only looks great on transcriptions, but it sets you apart as a leader when you apply to transfer.

Getting involved with ASMVC is simple: you simply need to apply. Why? Because your voice matters and you have the ability to make an impact on your community, better the college experiences of yourself and your friends, and because student leadership shapes Moreno Valley College into an institution where everyone counts.

Apply to be an ASMVC member
Email applications to


Eligibility Requirements

  1. A 2.0 overall GPA
  2. Currently holding 6 units or more at MVC
  3. A great attitude and a willingness to get involved!


Join ASMVC to make a difference

ASMVC's Impact During COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced ASMVC to engage outside the classroom but the impact of ASMVC students is still felt in the classroom and across campus.

Even as students are isolated from campus, ASMVC is working to connect the College's student body through virtual events, activities, COVID-19 relief efforts and creating a supportive and engaged environment. However, we need YOUR help and involvement making this happen, as community is more important now than ever.

ASMVC continues to offer students who pay their student services fee numerous benefits and has supported students, created activities, and worked hard to bring our campus community together virtually with the help of hard working students. Learn more about MVC student benefits or become an ASMVC representative.


Virtual ASMVC Events

Club Rush
Virtual Club Rush

Learn about student clubs
Tuesday, September 22 at 1 pm

Mental Health
Mental Health Awareness

Learn about mental health
Multiple days this semester

Hispanic Heritage Celebration
Hispanic Heritage Celebration

Celebrate Latinx Culture
Thursday, September 24 at 12:50 pm

Club Rush
Fitness Days

Get fit this semester
Multiple days this semester

Register to Vote
Register to Vote

Help MVC win the Ballot Bowl!
Register to vote by October 19

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ASMVC News: Students get unlimited rides with RTA using mobile Go-Pass!

MVC students registered in one or more units can ride anywhere RTA travels using your mobile Go-Pass! Travel on RTA begins the first day of the term for registered students; registering after the term begins will delay bus riding privileges.

When you register for classes, be sure to provide your mobile phone number. Then one week before classes start, you'll receive a text message or email with instructions on downloading your free mobile pass. After that, simply validate your mobile pass whenever you board and enjoy the ride. Student ID cards will no longer be accepted.

For more information about the program, visit the RTA Go-Pass website.


Student Government Branches

  1. The Board of Commissioners (BOC) is ideal for students that like to plan special events and activities for the entire student population and community.
  2. The Multi-Cultural Advisory Council (MCAC) ensures students can be involved in multi-cultural activities and education.
  3. The Student Senate is charged with, among other things, handling and allocating over $150,000 in funds for recognized campus clubs and organizations.
  4. The Supreme Court is for students looking into the legal system as a future career.
  5. The Inter-Club Council (ICC) is for club members to represent their clubs and to advertise their club activities.


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Contact Us


Frankie Moore


Phone Number:

(951) 571-6105

Office Hours:

Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays: 8 am - 6 pm

Wednesdays: 12 - 4 pm

Fridays: Closed


Student Activities Center (see map)
(behind the Lion's Den and Bookstore)