Veterans Resource Center
Veterans Services' mission at Moreno Valley College is to serve Veterans with dignity, respect and honor. Veterans Services is committed to provide effective and timely services in a safe, challenging and supportive learning environment that will prepare MVC Veteran students to pursue their future academic and career endeavors. We offer support to MVC Veteran students through the Veterans Resource Center.
About VA Education Programs and Benefits
Prepare for the new term!
Full-time enrollment for fall and spring terms is 12 units or more. Students enrolling in courses must take at least 1 unit of an approved "in-resident" (in-person/F2F) or hybrid (HYB) class to continue to receive the MHA at the resident rate. Otherwise, you will receive the online rate, which is half the national average.
If you have questions regarding the in-resident requirement for VA educational benefits, please contact the VRC by phone at (951) 571-6247 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Veterans Resource Center is here to provide you with timely services. If you have questions about enrollment, your benefits, need counseling or simply a place to study, get in touch with us.
Monday - Thursday: 8 am - 4 pm
Friday: 8 am - Noon
Parkside Complex (PSC) 13
Accessible parking available in Lot E
- Statements of Responsibility
- Change your benefits - VA Form 22-1995
- Dependents' Request for Change of Program or Place of Training - Form 22-5495
This program is offered through California Veterans Certification Offices, located in counties throughout California. Under the California Education Code, dependents of veterans whose death or disability was service-connected may be eligible for exemption from college and university registration fees.
Information on this program, including eligibility information, application form, instructions on how to apply, and locations of certification offices and be found at the County Veterans Certification Offices website.
Using the Cal Vet Fee Waiver Program at Moreno Valley College:
- Program application and approval
Apply through a County Veterans Service Office each semester that you plan to use the program
- Letter of Eligibility
Issued by a County Veterans Certification Office if the student is approved to use the Cal Vet Fee Waiver program. The letter is good for one academic semester
- Once you receive your award letter from that office, you must submit to MVC's Student Financial Services Office. The Financial Aid Office will also require you to fill out a BOGW form as well. This form is required by MVC Student Financial Services in order to process your fee waiver.
What fees are waived?
Student enrollment fees will be waived if eligible.
What fees are not covered by the Cal Vet Fee Waiver?
Students will still be responsible for the health & student services fees and parking (if requested).
From GI Bill® information to Veteran organizations and housing help, these websites, resources and topics may be of help to you.
Veterans Affairs helps you manage the life-long healthcare and benefits you receive as an eligible military Veteran.
VA education benefits help Veterans, service members, and their qualified family members with needs like paying college tuition, finding the right school or training program, and getting career counseling.
- GI Bill® Education and Training Benefits Information
- GI Bill® Comparison Tool
- Post 911 GI Bill® Guide
Veterans support and service organizations address Veteran needs and provide services like help with mental health, housing, employment and training, or offer places where Veterans can meet and interact with like-minded people. Most reputable Veteran organizations are federally chartered.
- American Legion
- Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America
- Veterans of Foreign Wars USA
- Women Vets on Point
- More organizations →