The Veterans Resource Center offers online services
For questions in regards to your VA certification, to make VA counseling appointments, and to request VA Certification, access our online services page for more details and updates.
Veterans Services's mission at Moreno Valley College is to serve veterans with dignity, respect and honor. Veterans Services is committed to provide effective and timely services in a safe, challenging and supportive learning environment that will prepare MVC veteran students to pursue their future academic and career endeavors.
Virtual VRC Available!
The Veterans Resource Center (VRC) offers support to MVC Veterans online! Stop by our Virtual VRC, offered through Zoom, for assistance and answers to your questions. The Virtual VRC is open Monday - Thursday from 10 am - 4 pm and Friday from 9 am - 12 pm.
New Benefit User: Never previously used VA educational benefits
Continuing Benefit User: Used benefits at Moreno Valley College in the previous term
Previous Benefit User: Previously used VA benefits at another institution
Virtual Veterans Events
Students are invited to attend these free webinars to learn more about financial aid, veteran experiences and benefits, employment, and more. Registration is required. Contact the Veterans Resource Center for registration links or click on the date of the event.
- April 8 from 11 am - 12:10 pm: Entrepreneurship Resources webinar with CalTAP and LINC
- April 22 from 11 am - 12 pm: CalVet Home Loans webinar with CalTAP and LINC
- May 6: Discharge Upgrades
- June 3: Minority Veterans
Veterans Graduation Recognition Ceremony
You are invited to a free Zoom webinar celebrating the achievements of Riverside Community College District Class of 2021 Veteran graduates with speaker Matt Eversmann.
About the Speaker
First Sergeant, retired, Matt Eversmann personifies the qualities of duty, courage and selfless service to succeed when ordinary circumstances become extraordinary challenges. On October 3, 1993, Matt was placed in charge of a group of Army Rangers to lead a daytime raid against an eager enemy militia. His inspiring story of survival was immortalized in the epic film, Black Hawk Down, which recounts the harrowing experience. For his actions on the battlefield he was awarded the Bronze Star Medal with Valor device. During his remaining time in uniform, he worked at the Army War College, taught at The Johns Hopkins University and was finally deployed to Iraq where he lived with the Iraqi Army for 15 months during The Surge. He remained on active duty until May of 2008, when he retired after 20 years of service.
How COVID-19 Changes Veteran Benefits
The S.3503 bill gives the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) authority to continue GI Bill® payments uninterrupted in the event of national emergencies regardless whether programs have changed from resident to online training. Students will also receive their monthly housing allowance payments until January 1, 2021, or until the school resumes normal operations of resident training.
Adjustments will only be made to enrollments if a student drops or withdraws from courses. Any updates will be posted to this website and/or will be sent to your RCCD email.
For questions in regards to certification and/or classes, please email us at email@example.com. Direct questions about GI Bill® benefits to the Veterans Education Call Center at 1-888-442-4551.
|OFFICE HOURS & LOCATION|
Services at MVC:
Monday and Wednesday: 9 am - 3 pm
Parkside Complex (PSC) 13