• Four MVC students do fieldwork, researching ants

    Six Legs Offers Endless Possibilities

    December 1, 2022
    Moreno Valley College

    The USDA awarded a grant to the University of California, Riverside’s Entomology Department for “agriculturally relevant research.” The research involves students from UCR; and Moreno Valley, Norco and Riverside City colleges.

  • Portrait of Gianine Umali, Student

    Middle College Student Selected as Commencement Speaker

    May 23, 2022
    Moreno Valley College

    Middle College student, Gianine Ariane Nocum Umali, has been selected as Moreno Valley College's 2022 commencement speaker. It is believed she becomes the first Middle College student to be selected as the College's commencement speaker.

  • Portrait of Jude McLean wearing a Caltech sweater

    Middle College Student Earns Four-Year Scholarship to California Institute of Technology

    May 19, 2022
    Moreno Valley College

    Jude McLean, who will be graduating from the Moreno Valley College Middle College program in June, has been awarded a four-year scholarship to California Institute of Technology (Caltech) through the QuestBridge Scholars Network.

  • EMT cadets practice on a medical dummy in a mock ambulance

    Riverside County Workforce Development Funding Fire, EMT Cadets

    May 18, 2022
    Moreno Valley College

    Riverside County Workforce Development has created a program to fund Public Safety students. Currently, Moreno Valley College is educating 37 fire cadets and 15 EMT cadets that are fully funded by Riverside County Workforce Development at a cost of $125,000.

  • ASMVC student leaders gather with Frankie Moore, professor, and Mark Takano, US Representative.

    Students Leaders Travel to Sacramento, Washington

    April 18, 2022
    Moreno Valley College

    This month students from the Associated Students of Moreno Valley College, along with Frankie Moore, faculty advisor and professor, attended the FACCC Advocacy & Policy Conference in Sacramento and then the American Student Association of Community in Washington DC.

  • Jared Abarca, student, stands in front of monument in Spain

    Student to Teach English in the Fall on the North Coast of Spain

    August 12, 2021
    Moreno Valley College

    Moreno Valley College student Jared Abarca has been selected as a language assistant by the North American Language and Culture Assistants Program. Beginning in October, Abarca will be a teaching assistant at a high school in Cantabria, Spain, a town on the north coast of the country.