Moraine Valley Community College is offering an assortment of courses and formats for the spring 2024 semester. Aside from in-person classes, other formats include online and hybrid, which is a combination of online and face-to-face instruction. Classes start Jan. 16 and later.

Moraine Valley offers more than 130 degree and certificate programs. Students interested in transferring to four-year colleges or universities can earn associate degrees in Arts, Fine Arts, General Studies, Engineering Science, Applied Science or Science. Students also can choose from several career certificate programs, including Allied Health and Nursing, Business and Computer Sciences, Industrial Technology and Public Service. The college offers noncredit programs and courses as well.

Moraine Valley also offers several classes at its two extension sites – the Education Center at Blue Island (12940 S. Western Ave.), where students can complete the Nursing Program in the health care classrooms and labs on-site, and the Southwest Education Center in Tinley Park (17900 S. 94th Ave.), which features the college’s legal library for the Paralegal Program.

Tuition at Moraine Valley costs $471 per three-credit-hour course compared to more than $1,475 per class for private colleges or universities, ultimately saving students thousands of dollars each year.

A complete list of credit and noncredit classes can be found in the spring 2024 class schedule online at Registration is ongoing. Tuition is $137 per credit hour plus fees and books. New students must complete an admission application at, and can register in the Registration Office, located in the Student Services Center (Building S), 9000 W. College Parkway in Palos Hills; by phone at (708) 974-2110 (TTY 711), email or online.


For news media inquiries, contact Maura Vizza, Moraine Valley communications specialist and sports information coordinator, at (708) 974-5742 or