Discover how Moreno Valley College is growing and evolving, and what we have in store for the future.

Future Forward

Moreno Valley College continually expands and evolves to meet the needs of the community. College leadership aims to provide high quality, functional and aesthetically pleasing space for learning, working and community engagement.

Ongoing Projects  Completed Projects  Long-Term Facilities Plans

Ongoing Projects

Student Services Building entrance
Main Campus

This project proposes to modernize the existing Student Services Building for the relocation of student services programs currently located in the temporary structures within the Parkside Complex, such as Human Services, Health Services, Food Bank, and Veterans Resource Center.

Completed Projects

School of Public Safety Building entrance
Ben Clark Campus

The School of Public Safety Building will serve as classroom and administration space to further student engagement and learning at MVC's public safety-oriented education center. The building was completed in fall 2022.

Mockup design of welcome center building
Main Campus
Moreno Valley College's Welcome Center serves as the gateway to the College. The $14 million Welcome Center, a single-story building, houses enrollment services, Admission & Records, Assessment Center, Cashier's Office, Counseling, Dream Center, Financial Aid, First Year Experience, Outreach, and Student Employment.
Photos of Correctional Scenario Training Building
Ben Clark Campus

The 3,642-square-foot Platform Scenario Training Building at the Ben Clark Training Center provides experiential and interactive jail scenario training, giving recruits the opportunity to work through potential real-life situations and scenarios to shape their judgment and decision-making while developing the skills needed to work within jail facilities.

Exterior rendering of SAS building, southern elevation
Main Campus

The $20 million Student Academic Services building houses classrooms, a large assembly room, an instructional media center, faculty offices, and offices for leadership. Built next to the Humanities building, the SAS building completes a quadrangle that includes the Student Services and Library buildings.

Exterior of the DEC during ribbon cutting

Dental Education Center

Main Campus

This facility allowed MVC's Dental programs to relocate to the main Lasselle Campus from the former March Air Reserve Base. The Center houses the Dental Assistant and Hygiene Programs and features dental classrooms, clinic, and materials lab and office space. The project provided additional 15,665 assignable square footage (31,500 GSF) to the campus inventory. The project opened in 2011 and had a budget of $9,873,530 funded by the 2004 Measure C bond. The architect was HMC Architects and the construction manager was Rudolph & Sletten Construction.

Exterior of the NOC building

Network Operations Center

Main Campus

This facility houses central telephone and network operations equipment and provides offices for information technology staff and support space for equipment repair, storage and staging new equipment. The project provided additional 1,773 assignable square footage (2,430 GSF) to the campus inventory through a $2,896,858 budget funded from the 2004 Measure C bond. The architect was Higginson + Cartozian Architects, Inc. and the construction manager was Adams Mallory Construction.

Planned Projects

LLRC top-down render

Library Learning Resource Center

Located at the front door of the campus, the Library Learning Resource Center is available for community use. The Library Learning Resource Center supports universal design by bridging across the two-campus levels and providing student and academic support space.  

  • Location: Moreno Valley College 
  • Status: In Planning 
  • Size: Four-story building, with a gross area of 101,400 s.f.