- January 1, 2022
The National Science Foundation awarded Moreno Valley College $1.5 million to enhance student completion outcomes in the computer science field. The grant will provide scholarships for first-time students who are 18 years or older.December 10, 2021
Moreno Valley College officially opened its Welcome Center with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday, December 9. The Welcome Center, funded by the communities' 2004 Measure C bond initiative, came at a cost of $14 million. The single-story building houses enrollment services and other student...December 1, 2021
Mark Figueroa, Ph.D., has been hired as the vice president of Planning & Development, a new managerial position for Moreno Valley College. The vice president of Planning & Development will lead the College's strategic planning efforts and institutional effectiveness and additional responsibility...October 13, 2021
Moreno Valley College's office of TRIO Programs was awarded a Community Impact Grant from Inland SoCal United Way. The $5,000 grant will provide support for TRIO's Make Your Vision Count – College and Career Connections Project.October 12, 2021
Moreno Valley College received a second Title III grant, the latest for $5 million. The College's winning proposal, Experiential Learning: Closing the STEM Talent Gap, will address education delivery techniques with the goal of increasing transfer opportunities for Hispanic and low-income STEM stude...August 31, 2021
Moreno Valley College welcomed three new faculty members this fall: Robert Delgadillo, Applied Digital Media; Rebecca Ferrelli, DSS counselor; and Kyla Rankin, Ph.D., Psychology.