Moreno Valley College's Veterans Upward Bound Program Receives GrantOctober 7, 2022
The Department of Education has awarded Moreno Valley College's Veterans Resource Center $1,437,685 for five years for the Veterans Upward Bound program. The Veterans Upward Bound program assists Veterans with transitioning from the military into a postsecondary institution.
Moreno Valley College Honored by Military TimesSeptember 30, 2022
Moreno Valley College was selected as one of top 300 higher education institutions in the nation for Veterans in the most recent Best for Vets ranking by the Military Times.
Early Childhood Education Receives Grant to Support Parenting StudentsSeptember 29, 2022
Moreno Valley College received a US Department of Education Child Care Access Means Parents in School (CCAMPIS) Grant to support Pell-eligible parenting students with free care in the Center.
District Receives Millions to Increase Apprenticeship OpportunitiesSeptember 19, 2022
The US Department of Labor awarded Riverside Community College District nearly $5 million to support the region’s LAUNCH Apprenticeship Network to develop a Registered Apprenticeship Hub in the Inland Empire.
District Earns IDEAS Grants to Increase and Diversify Study Abroad CapacitySeptember 7, 2022
Riverside Community College District was one of 44 US colleges and universities to receive a Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA), USA Study Abroad's Increase and Diversify Education Abroad for US Students (IDEAS) Program grant.
College Selected as an Apprenticeship AmbassadorSeptember 6, 2022
The US Department of Labor's Office of Apprenticeship approved Moreno Valley College as an Apprenticeship Ambassador. The College will serve as a champion in promoting, expanding and diversifying registered state and federal apprenticeship opportunities.