Moraine Valley Community College is governed by an elected Board of Trustees representing Community College District 524, which encompasses all or part of 26 communities in Chicago's southwest suburbs. The college is led in its day-to-day operations and strategic mission by a college president who is assisted by the Executive Leadership Team whose members oversees the college's five divisions.
President's Office—As chief executive officer, the president has administrative responsibility for all academic affairs, student services, administrative, facility, and fiscal operations of Moraine Valley. The president, reporting to the college's Board of Trustees, has ultimate responsibility for ensuring that the college establishes, meets and advances the highest standards of excellence in its mission, goals and objectives.
Academic Affairs—Provides a student-centered learning environment that facilitates quality instruction, fosters personal development, ensures access to available technologies, and promotes cultural diversity in a changing global environment. To carry out their commitment, the Division of Academic Affairs directs its resources to create environments where learning is both the process and the outcome.
Administrative Services—Provides a safe, clean, secure, and pleasant environment with all of the necessary resources to make Moraine Valley Community College a world-class educational provider. Campus Operations maintains building and campus facilities. Human Resources provides talent acquisition and retention. The Police Department patrols 24/7/365. Sustainability collaborates with college operations and student learning.
Financial Affairs—Prepares the college’s annual budget, is responsible for the college’s investments and all other banking activities, prepares and submits the annual tax levy, prepares the comprehensive annual financial report (audit) and other compliance reports, processes biweekly payroll, pays bills (accounts payable), and conducts all accounts receivable functions.
Institutional Advancement—Promotes and upholds the image of the college in the local, regional, national, and global communities. The division (1) provides quality information about college programs and services through a variety of print and non-print media, including electronic media; (2) researches, analyzes and plans for community and student needs, learning and other college experiences; (3) seeks alternative revenue to fund priority programs and services; and (4) builds and maintains relationships with schools, agencies, businesses, and media. Finally, the division provides leadership for the strategic and annual planning processes.
Vice President for Institutional Advancement and Executive Assistant to the President
Margaret Lehner, Ed.D.
Office: Building D, Room D201
Phone: (708) 974-5257
Fax: (708) 974-5269
Information Technology Services - Supports Moraine Valley’s vision and mission by providing innovative and collaborative solutions for existing and emerging technologies. The IT division provides help desk, audio visual, networking, application development, project management and technology security services to faculty, staff and students.
Student Development—Encourages academic, personal and career growth by providing comprehensive and accessible services and programs to promote and enhance the overall development of our students. Student Development is committed to promoting student success in an ever-changing and multicultural community.