Scholarships are financial aid awards designed to help you pay for your education. Scholarships can be a one-time award or renewable and may require that certain academic or demographic qualifications be met. Below is a collection of scholarships available directly to MVC students.
For assistance with scholarships, please contact us.
RCCD Foundation Scholarships
The Riverside Community College District (RCCD) Foundation offers scholarships for continuing and transferring students. To be considered for a scholarship, you must complete the scholarship application and go through the eligibility and selection process.
For a comprehensive list of outside scholarship opportunities, visit the RCCD Scholarship Site. Navigate to the Opportunities section and look under under External. Get started by accessing the RCCD Scholarship site.
- AP Keenan Scholarships: The AP Keenan Insurance Scholarships seek to increase the diversity of professionals working within the insurance, risk management, and financial services industry by providing scholarships to underrepresented students at California Community Colleges. Scholarships will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis, so visit the website and apply as early as possible.
- Application period: February 1 - October 31, 2022
- Submit your application to the Student Financial Services office in-person or by email.
- Career One Stop: A U.S. Department of Labor career exploration and training site that includes a comprehensive list of scholarships and grant awards.
- Immigrants Rising: Provides resources and support for undocumented students. A list of scholarships is available.
Moreno Valley College provides annual scholarship awards and ceremonies that support students through essay, speech and arts competitions.
- Veterans Scholarship - Every November
- Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Scholarship - Every January
- Cesar E. Chaevez Scholarship - Every March
Earn While Learning
In partnership with #CaliforniansForAll College Corps, Moreno Valley College's College Corps program will provide up to 50 students local service opportunities in community organizations such as food banks, climate action organizations, and K-12 schools. College Corps participants receive a stipend, training, networking opportunities, and more.