COVID-19 and Safe Return
Face Masks Not Required
Coming to Campus
- Utilize the free testing provided at campus or in the community.
- Continue to report positive or close contact cases.
- Face masks and vaccination are encouraged but not required.
A Safe Return to Campus
Let's keep our campus community safe.
- Masks are highly recommended but not required for all individuals in indoor settings and when around other people. Masking requirements may be enforced during COVID-19 outbreaks or at the requirements of public health agencies. An alert will be posted at the top of this page in the case of an outbreak.
- Testing remains available once a week at every RCCD location. Additional take-home test kits are available at request.
- We encourage everyone to get vaccinated against COVID-19 to help ensure the health and safety of our most vulnerable community members.
The MVC Safe Reopening Plan addresses needed safety and policy changes to courses with in-person learning. Our safe return principles include:
- Ensure the safety and well being of students and employees
- Meet student needs for equitable access to quality instruction and student support services
- Support instructional needs for the delivery of high-quality courses
- Ensure resource availability to support all instruction and services
- Archive: View 2020-21 Safe Reopening Report
While College services are open for in-person use, students, employees and the community must follow all safety protocols.
- Report cases of positive COVID-19 tests or instances of close contact with a COVID-19 positive individual to help with contact tracing and campus safety.
- Testing is available on campus, for free. Tests may take up to two days to process.
Timely reporting helps prevent further spread of COVID-19. All employees and students are required to immediately report if they have tested positive for COVID-19, experience COVID-19 symptoms, or have been identified as a close contact of an infected person.
Students must report any positive test/diagnosis of COVID-19, COVID-19 exposure, or potential COVID-19 symptoms to their college Student Health Services department using the online COVID reporting form. If you have questions, contact HealthServices@mvc.edu or call (951) 571-6103 or (951) 571-6147.
Employees must report any positive test/diagnosis of COVID-19, COVID-19 exposure, and/or potential COVID-19 symptoms to Risk Management by using the online reporting form (preferred method), email email@example.com, or by calling the COVID-19 hotline (951)-222-8662.
Information for You
Moreno Valley College prioritizes the health of our communities by being intentional about in-person gatherings. Learn more about current COVID-19 safety requirements, or access resources and services.
Visitors and Vendors
Visitors and vendors must follow the safety requirements set by the location they are visiting.
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Public Health Resources
- What to do if you may be sick with COVID-19
- Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
- CDC Travel Health Notices
- CDC Key Prevention Strategies
- County of Riverside University Health System Public Health
- California Department of Public Health
- World Health Organization (WHO)
Send questions by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call (951) 222-8662.