The health and safety of students, faculty and staff are of the utmost importance. Below you will find information, links and resources that describe Moraine Valley's practices, protocols and expectations for minimizing the impact of COVID-19 on the campus community.

  • Masks

    Masks are optional. However, masks will continue to be required in close spaces where safe physical distancing is not possible such as faculty and staff offices, and any area where students are meeting in-person with faculty and staff. 

If I believe I have COVID-19 or have had known contact with someone with COVID-19, what should I do? 

Answer: Follow the guidance provided by the college. Do not come to campus.

Are all campus offices open?

Answer: Yes, all student services and college offices are open and offer in-person services. Appointments are recommended; see the department's webpage for contact information, hours and more.

Will I be required to wear a mask/face covering on campus?

Answer: Masks are optional in most spaces.

What measures is the college taking to clean common surfaces?

Answer: All workspace areas, including offices, conference rooms, breakrooms, cafeterias, restrooms, classrooms, labs,
and other areas will be routinely sanitized.

How do I get my books and supplies?

Answer: The campus Bookstore is open. Please order through

What should I do if I have course-related questions? 

Answer: Please contact your instructor for course-related questions.

If I am currently taking classes and have other general questions related to campus operations or supports, who do I contact?

Answer: If your questions are still unanswered, please send an email to

Students and employees can find the current campus protocols for COVID-19 in the Announcements section of the MVConnect portal.

Information and reporting on Moraine Valley’s HEERF grant funding as established by the CARES Act can be found here.

The Illinois Department of Public Health recently has released guidelines about the spread of Monkeypox in college settings. Read more on the state’s guidance.