Digital accessibility supports and reduces barriers for everyone. At MVC, digital accessibility and universal design is a priority so as to ensure opportunities and possibilities are available to everyone.
Just as accessibility laws prevent MVC from designing buildings with no wheelchair access, they similarly prevent MVC from designing websites that deny access to persons who access the web through screen readers, cannot hear audio content, or are unable to use a mouse.
RCCD complies with all federal and state rules and regulations to provide reasonable accommodations for verified disabilities.
MVC's website is designed, developed and maintained to be in compliance with California Government Code Sections 7405 and 11135, which requires such technologies to meet the accessibility requirements of Section 508 of the federal Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended (29 U.S.C. Sec. 794d), as well as the current Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) published by the Web Accessibility Initiative of the World Wide Web Consortium. We actively work to ensure all content on our website is accessible to everyone. Most content meets WCAG 2.1 at Level AA success criteria.
To request an alternate format or report accessibility barriers, contact the Webmaster.
Moreno Valley College seeks to support present-day technical accessibility standards, such as ARIA 1.1, to ensure interactive web features work correctly with modern browsers and assistive technology. Because Internet Explorer (IE11) does not support these technical standards, we strongly recommend using another browser if you are using assistive technology. Recommended browser and screen reader combinations include:
- Chrome Version 73 or later / JAWS 2019 (Windows)
- Firefox 66 or later / NVDA 2019.1 (Windows)
- iOS 13 (or later) / Safari with VoiceOver (Mobile)
PDFs and Documents
Some of the documents that can be found on mvc.edu may not be readily accessible to those who use machine reading/alternative media technologies. Should you come across documents and/or media on any of our sites that are not accessible with alternative media technology, contact the Webmaster.
Keyboard Commands Supported by Browsers
Web browsers provide support for a variety of keyboard commands to support navigation and interaction without requiring the use of a mouse. The following table includes common keyboard commands:
|Keystroke||Windows||Mac OS X|
|Increase Text Size||Control + Plus Sign||Command + Plus Sign|
|Decrease Text Size||Control + Minus Sign||Command + Minus Sign|
|Restore Text to Default||Control + 0||Command + 0|
|Move forward through form fields||Tab||Tab|
|Move backward through form fields||Shift + Tab||Shift + Tab|
|Go back a page||Alt + Left Arrow||Command + Left Arrow|
|Go forward a page||Alt + Right Arrow||Command + Right Arrow|
|Close the window||Control + W||Command + W|
Additional keyboard commands may be found for the following supported web browsers:
Web platforms and services are constantly evolving and we welcome your feedback for improving both accessibility and usability. Share your feedback and concerns by emailing the webmaster or using the Report a Web Problem form. Helpful feedback may include:
- What you were trying to do
- What technologies you may have been using
- The barrier or issue you encountered
- The web address where you experienced the issue
- CCC Accessibility Center
- Section 508
- Web Accessibility Initiative
- Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG)