Moraine Valley Community College

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Moraine Valley Community College is dedicated to ensuring our students gain the knowledge and skills needed to meet the demands of a changing world. With more than 130 programs, expert faculty, state-of-the-art learning facilities, and a vibrant campus culture, you'll see why we are among the nation's premier two-year institutions of higher learning. The Moraine Valley Community College District 524 covers 139 square miles in the southwest suburbs of Chicago. The district has a population of about 400,000 people and includes 26 communities. Founded in 1967 following the passage of a voter referendum, Moraine Valley Community College has a tradition of providing area residents a quality education at an affordable cost. The college is one of the largest in the state of Illinois and has seen consistent enrollment growth through the decades. This growth has resulted in the expansion of learning and student service spaces across the more than 300-acre campus in Palos Hills and the opening of sites in Blue Island (2004) and Tinley Park (2010). The college’s mission is to educate the whole person in a learning-centered environment, recognizing our responsibilities to one another, to our community, and to the world we share. We value excellence in teaching, learning and service as we maintain sensitivity to our role in a global, multicultural community. We are committed to continuous improvement and dedicated to providing accessible, affordable, and diverse learning opportunities and environments.

Contact Information

9000 College Pkwy, Palos Hills, Illinois 60465
(708) 974-5357

Robotics Training Programs from Moraine Valley Community College

Students can complete their first two years of study at Moraine Valley for virtually any bachelor’s degree program at a four-year college or university. Each of the Moraine Valley’s associate degrees — Associate in Arts (A.A.), Associate in Science (A.S.), Associate in General Studies (A.G.S.), and Associate and Associate in Engineering Science (AES) in Fine Arts (A.F.A.)—are a combination of core general education courses and major-specific electives. To ensure a seamless transfer, students need to consider which four-year college or university they plan to attend and will select coursework according to that institution's transfer guidelines. Moraine Valley academic advisors are available to help students develop an individual educational plan.

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