Get Help with Computers, Software and Tech Classes
MVC computer labs come equipped with the latest industry-standard hardware and software. Complete your assignments, research, collaborate and more in state-of-the-art computer labs and technology work rooms. Plus, if you need help with technology classes or services like Canvas, assistance is available through the Learning Center.
Homework and Technology
Get assistance with your computer information classes from faculty and peer tutors, or assistance with programs like Canvas, Adobe Photoshop, and more. Course assistance includes support for CIS, CAT and ADM classes.
Appointments can be made through Pisces, which is the Learning Center's online support system. Simply log into Canvas, choose "Online Tutoring" on the left-hand menu, and navigate to the area you need support in. Drop-in assistance is also available, as is in-person help in Humanities 219.
Open Access Computer Labs
The Library offers computers for the completion of general education classes. Software packages and providers include but are not limited to Microsoft Office, Autodesk, Adobe and more. Pay-per-print is available.
The iMAKE Innovation Center is a maker space filled with high tech and creative equipment, including but not limited to touch-screen and pen-input workstations, 3D printers, virtual reality equipment and more.
Limited Access Computer Labs
The High Tech Center (HTC) is a computer training center designed to train individuals with disabilities to use adaptive technologies. All students with a disability that are accepted into the DSS program are eligible to use the High Tech Center.
The Student Activities Center offers students with paid student services fees access to computers and limited free printing, per week. Bring your student ID to the Student Activities building to complete and print assignments.
Students that are part of the CalWORKs/Workforce Preparation program have access to computers with internet and printing capabilities to complete their paperwork, homework, perform job searches and more.
Moreno Valley College uses cloud printing through wēpa. Print machines are available in the Library (LIB), Learning Center (HM 219), and at the Ben Clark campus. You have several options available to print your assignments: from a computer lab device, by email, by web, from your phone, by USB, or directly from Canvas.
Printing isn't free, so you'll be billed for the documents you do print. You can deposit print money in advance, PayPal, or a credit/debit card (a service fee may apply). If depositing print money via iOS, Mac, or Android, more payment options like Venmo and Apple Pay are available.
MVC Lions have access to free and reduced-cost software and hardware. If you want to install programs on your personal computer, be sure to see if you can find it at low or no cost as a student.
Computer Lab Policies
- Students must check-in before accessing computers; have your student ID card or number available.
- Computers are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
- Students may use only one computer and may not share computers (except in cases that involve tutoring or assignment help).
- Limited access labs give priority to students involved in the program and may deny access to unenrolled students.
- No food or outside drinks are permitted.