The Help You Need to Excel
Moreno Valley College students have an abundance of resources they leverage to help them in their educational pursuits — from resource centers and labs to tutoring and counseling on learning strategies. As an enrolled student, you can access free tutoring, help from faculty and paraprofessionals, study space and resources, and supplemental instruction in historically difficult courses.
Visit the Learning Center
The Learning Center is home to MVC’s writing and reading center, math lab, computer lab and multi-discipline tutoring services. We offer in-person and virtual services so no matter how you’re learning, you can get assistance.
Find us in the Humanities Building, Room 219, or online in Pisces, our Canvas-hosted online hub.
Chat with Our Team
Speak to a learning center assistant during Learning Center business hours by using the chat widget or visiting the virtual lobby.
Learning Center Services
Regardless of where you are in the writing process, the Writing and Reading Center can help. Writing support is available in-person and online via zoom. Reading and writing workshops are hosted regularly. Your assistance may come from trained peer tutors or faculty.
Upgrade your reading habits! The Writing and Reading Center team and a reading paraprofessional can help you develop the skills to pull and retain information from what you read. Elevate your approach to reading to make it easier, more efficient and increase your enjoyment.
Technology weaves its way through our daily lives. The Computer Lab team can help you develop necessary skills, work through questions and gain better working knowledge to help you meet your goals. Computer faculty also provide basic tech support, help with homework relating to software operation, programming languages, and assist other tech-related topics.
Stuck on a particular math problem, approach or concept? Math builds upon itself, so seek help early to make sure your understanding is strong before you fall behind. In the Math Lab, mathematics faculty and peer tutors are here to assist with your learning, homework and assignments!
Supplemental Instruction (SI) provides a series of peer-facilitated weekly group study sessions, for students enrolled in historically difficult courses. These sessions are free, voluntary and open to all enrolled students. Review sessions are informal, so bring your notes, your textbooks and your questions.
Your success doesn't stop here
Even more ways to learn
Get involved at MVC
Need help during off-hours?
Outside of our standard hours, you can also access NetTutor® — a comprehensive online tutoring service for all college courses. MVC has made this service available to you to assist with homework and studying 24/7/365 for most subjects. All tutors are fully trained experts in the courses they tutor. Simply log into Canvas, go to the course you need help with, and click on the NetTutor link. If you don't have access to it through Canvas, talk with your instructor.
Learn, Make, Dream, Create
MVC's iMAKE Innovation Center offers our students and community a unique resource: a makerspace full of high-tech equipment designed to fuel imagination and ingenuity. Access this hands-on learning environment to experiment and create unique physical and digital products.
Need academic assistance? Have a question? The Learning Center team is here to assist you.
Learning Center services include free math tutors, writing consultants, up to two hours of free tutoring per week per course, and supplemental instruction for historically difficult courses. Free access to 24/7 online tutoring is also available to enrolled students.
Humanities Building, Room 219
Monday: 9 am - 6 pm
Tuesday: 9 am - 6 pm
Wednesday: 9 am - 6 pm
Thursday: 9 am - 6 pm
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.