Moreno Valley College

About Us

The newest member of the California Community Colleges, Moreno Valley College is fast becoming the health education center of choice in the Inland Empire with strong programs in health sciences, human, and public services. Each semester more than 7,000 students pursue associate degrees, transfer to four-year sor universities, or earn a certificate.

In 1987, 112 acres of privately owned land in Moreno Valley was donated to the college by the Robert P. Warmington Co. In 1989, 20 more acres were added to the site. The Moreno Valley and Norco Campuses, opened in March 1991, have grown rapidly and were granted initial accreditation in January 2010. It is projected that by 2020, more than 57,000 students will attend classes at either of the three Riverside Community College District campuses - Riverside, Norco or Moreno Valley Community Colleges.

Chart --  Moreno Valley College Student Demographic Details by Age Groups

Pie Chart image: Moreno Valley College Student Demographic -- Ethnicity

Gender % -- 2012-13
Female 49.8%
Male 49.6%
Undeclared 0.7%

Total annual transfers to UC
(2004 to 2009)

Moreno Valley College transfers to University of California graph from 2004 to 2009
Total annual transfers to CSU
(2004 to 2009)

 Moreno Valley College  to California State University Transfers Graph from 2004 to 2009

Degrees and Certificates
Awarded in
Associate in Arts for Transfer (A.A.-T) Degree 9
Associate of Arts (A.A.) degree 294
Associate of Science (A.S.) degree 226
Certificate requiring 18 to < 30 semester units 117
Certificate requiring 30 to < 60 semester units 131
Certificate requiring 60+ semester units 24