Any student who plans to enroll in and complete an Associate of Arts A.A.), Associate of Science (A.S.) or Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree, regardless of the amount of credit hours taken, must complete placement testing and attend New Student Orientation.

New Student Orientation will include registration for the first semester of attendance.

All degree seeking students must enroll in COL-101 College Changes, Challenges, Choices.

Getting Started

  1. Complete an admission application and apply for financial aid and scholarships. (School Code: 007692)
  2. Take the Placement Test or submit ACT/SAT test results to Records (Room S111). Get more information on testing, registration and preparation materials through our Testing Center.
  3. Submit an official (sealed) high school transcript/High School Equivalency Certificate to the Records Office (S111).
  4. Complete New Student Orientation. This mandatory Orientation includes an online module (Part I) and on-campus session (Part II). Part I presents key policies and student resources, and Part II allows you to select and register for your classes.

Are you an adult coming back to school? Learn how Moraine Valley supports adult learners.

Are you a high school student wanting to earn college credit through Moraine Valley’s Dual Credit or Dual Enrollment programs? Learn about our Early College programs.

Are you a veteran? Get specific instructions on how to apply for your benefits and enroll at Moraine Valley.

Are you an international student? Learn how to apply to Moraine Valley.

If you are unable to complete the online application, please click here and complete the paper form and return to Admissions S101.