Learn why Moraine Valley is one of the nation's leading community colleges. With a rich tradition of meeting the diverse needs of its students and the community, the college commits itself to continuous improvement.
Enhance your Moraine Valley experience by engaging in our vibrant campus community. Learning continues outside of the classroom when you join a club or organization, connect with classmates and explore your world.
Achieve your goals and complete your degree or certificate at Moraine Valley. The college offers free support services, counseling, job search assistance, and many other valuable resources to ensure you're successful.
Fine and Performing Arts Center
The college's Fine and Performing Arts Center brings the community a full schedule of shows, performances and concerts in addition to exhibitions by local, national and international artists in the center's gallery.
50+ Ageless Learning
Moraine Valley offers classes specifically for those age 50 and older to pursue interests in art, computers, investing and more through offerings by Corporate, Community and Continuing Education.
The college's Health, Fitness and Recreation Center - called FitRec - is open to the community and offers a variety of membership types, group fitness classes, personal training and much more in a state-of-the-art facility.
Valley Learning Center (VLC)
The VLC offers fun and educational classes for children and teens. Kids can explore special interests in technology, arts and crafts, sports, leadership and more throughout the school year and over summer break.
Children's Learning Center
The Children's Learning Center, providing early education and child care for children ages 2 to 5, is open to the community. In operation for more than 30 years, the center provides kids with quality education in a safe environment.
Student Massage Clinic
Community members can enjoy therapeutic massages from the program's students who are looking to gain valuable experience working with clients.
The Moraine Valley Library, located in Building L on the Palos Hills campus, is open to the public and maintains a large collection of books, articles, DVDs, and much more.
Many of the college's meeting spaces, performance venues, athletic facilities are available for rental by district residents. Catering services also are located on the Palos Hills campus.
The Moraine Valley Bookstore not only is the college's official textbook retailer, but it also sells books, apparel, cards, gifts and much more.