Committees and Governance
Moreno Valley College's comprehensive participatory governance process strives to address the varied needs of higher education, from serving our College's academic needs to ensuring institutional resources are used with responsibility. With the combined effort of students, faculty, classified professionals, and administration, we continually work toward upholding the highest quality of education and helping students reach their lifelong goals.
Shared governance groups address complex institutional needs, ensure alignment with strategic plans, accreditation standards, and more. MVC's major governance bodies and their chartered subcommittees report to the College President; an aligned District committee, senate or council; and optionally a governing RCCD body. Workgroups and advisory groups report to an assigned governance group during the course of their project. Governance structure is reviewed regularly. Appointments are made by the President, Academic Senate or CSEA.
Areas of Review
Advisory and Work Groups
Campus Culture and Safety
- Dolores Huerta and Cesar E. Chavez Scholarship
- Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Scholarship
- Veterans Scholarship
- Community Welcome Day
Disbanded Committees and Workgroups
- Strategic Planning Council (and subcommittees)
- Student Equity and Achievement
- Committee on Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging