Change Starts Here

Student leaders advocate for students’ rights, and serve on College and District committees while developing skills that will transcend beyond the walls of Moreno Valley College. Your voice matters and you have the ability to make an impact on your community, better the college experiences of yourself and your friends, and because student leadership shapes Moreno Valley College into an institution where everyone counts.

Student Government Branches

Student Leaders

Meet your elected student leaders and representatives.
Grace Lowry
Jessica Garcia
Student Body President, 2023-24

I am honored to have been selected to serve as your Student Body President!

As president I represent all students and I work close with the administrators to ensure that student needs are being met. I currently serve on the Student Services Council and when I sit at the table with the other councilmembers my only mission is to ensure that the students are being treated equally.

Executive Cabinet

The Executive Cabinet consists of the Student Body President, Student Body Vice President, Senate Pro-Temp, and all EPC and ICC Directors.

  • Jessica Garcia, Student Body President
  • Grace Lowry, Student Body Vice President

Branches of Student Government

There are many ways for a student to get involved at MVC. Choose the branch of student government that best suits your personal and academic goals.

ASMVC Constitution (pdf) ASMVC Bylaws (pdf)

Student Senators

Student Senate

The Student Senate is charged with handling and allocating funds for recognized clubs and organizations on campus. Student senators are responsible for passing legislation, propose amendments, initiate programs and activities, and serve as the voice for the students. A maximum of 14 student senators serve at a time.

  • Senators: Kayla Ramirez, Eduardo Bautista, Nathan Urena, and Aiysha Taylor
Events Planning Council

Events Planning Council (EPC)

The Events Planning Council (EPC) is ideal for students that like to plan special events and activities for the entire student population and community. The EPC also provides an opportunity for students interested in cultural development to plan and host multicultural activities and engage with multicultural education. The EPC is comprised of two major organizations: the Multicultural Advisory Council (MCAC) and Board of Commissioners (BOC).

  • Director: TBD
  • Co-Director: TBD
  • Commissioners: TBD

MCAC Bylaws (pdf) BOC Bylaws (pdf)

ICC Directors

Inter-Club Council (ICC)

Inter-Club Council (ICC) is for club members to represent their clubs and to advertise their club activities. The ICC promotes inter-club cooperation and meetings are open to all students.

  • Director: TBD
  • Co-Director: TBD

ICC Bylaws (pdf)

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Supreme Court

The Supreme Court is for students looking into the legal system as a future career.