Students who wish to complete an Associate in Arts (A.A.), Associate in Science (A.S.) or Associate in Applied Science degree (A.A.S.) are considered Degree Seeking. Completing your two-year degree at Moraine Valley prepares you to either enter the workforce or transfer to a four-year college or university post-graduation.
Step one to admission is to complete an admission application.
Get help paying for college by submitting your application for financial aid and scholarships. (School Code: 007692)
Submit an official (sealed) high school transcript/High School Equivalency Certificate to the Records Office (S111).
If you have taken college courses at another institution and would like to transfer to Moraine Valley, you must additionally have your official transcripts from college(s) previously attended sent to Records Office (Room S111).
Complete New Student Orientation. This mandatory Orientation includes an online module (Part I) and on-campus or phone call session (Part II). Part I presents key policies and student resources, and Part II allows you to select and register for your classes.
Special Additional Steps
Certain students require additional steps to complete their college application. Please review the selected student type below that applies to you for any additional requirements to the admission process above.
Apply for Veteran Educational Benefits.
Apply to Moraine Valley Community College.
Submit your transcripts along with your DD214 form. The Report of Separation contains information normally needed to verify military service for benefits, retirement, employment, and membership in veterans' organizations.
Bring all documents (COE, DD214, placement exam results) to Building G, Room G240, to schedule a date for Orientation.
First time GI Bill benefit users will need to complete a mandatory Veterans Orientation. Continuing students who have attended a Veterans Orientation session must meet with an academic advisor each semester prior to registering. The academic advisors will assist with course selections prior to registration.
Online orientation takes approximately 90 minutes to complete. There will be a final quiz to complete after the last section.
For additional information, visit the Veteran Services page.
For admission instructions, please visit our International Student application steps page.
If you have taken college courses at another institution and would like to transfer to Moraine Valley, you must additionally have your official transcripts from college(s) previously attended and transcript evaluation request form sent to Records Office (Room S111).
A returning student is any student who has not been enrolled at Moraine Valley for at least two years (six semesters). Returning students must be readmitted to the college.
You must visit the Registration Office(Room S103) to update current address and program of study. If you attended one or more colleges during this interim period, official transcripts for all academic work taken since last attending Moraine Valley must be submitted.
If your enrollment has been interrupted by six or more consecutive semesters (including summer semesters), you may resume your studies, but your catalog year and program of study to the current semester must be updated through the Registration Office.
Students are encouraged to visit Academic Advising in S201 to discuss degree or certificate requirements in effect at the time of re-enrollment.