Register On Campus July 27 & Aug 9
These workshop events are designed to help all students enroll at Moorpark College for the fall semester. We guide you through every step, In-Person or Online Starting with the application process. Your success team will assist with each step, from admissions mentors and counselors to financial aid and stimulus cash specialists. We ensure you get everything you need to thrive @Moorpark College.
Meet us there, 7/27/2021 from 10AM to 12NOON or 8/9/2021 from 12:30PM to 2:30PM
Student Support Resources
Wrap Around Support
Moorpark College is committed to returning to more campus-based, in-person classes this Fall. We are very excited about providing our students with MORE full access to all that the Moorpark College experience has to offer. As a leader in the COVID-19 response, our goal is to continue to ensure a safe and rewarding learning experience in line with public health guidance and safety protocols. We are open here for you! Need help? Access any service from the lists below or feel free to contact our outreach office: 805.378.1409 | email@example.com
More Choices Than Ever
Now is the best time to enroll at Moorpark College. Free tuition (Promise Program), Student stimulus cash and more now available. We are offering a wide range of learning formats, from courses offered fully on ground to fully online:
IN-PERSON Fully on Campus Courses in Safe Space classrooms.
HYBRID Courses that are partially in class and partially online.
HYFLEX Courses with students on campus in the classroom, while others watch live online.
ONLINE Courses available as only online Classes.
Dr. Amanuel Gebru,
Vice President of Student Support FH 210A: (805) 553- 4132
Arts, Media, & Communication Studies Title IX
Priscilla Mora, Dean
AA- 101: (805) 553-4121
Dr. Matthew Calfin, Dean AC- 232: (805) 378-1448
Dr. Howard Davis, Dean HSS- 114: (805) 553-4133
Dr. Robert Cabral, Dean A-136: (805) 378-1572
Oleg Bespalov, Dean
AA - 126B: (805) 553-4176
Dr. Carol Higashida, Dean
EATM- 212: (805) 378-1459
Monica Garcia, Dean
LLR- 314: (805) 378-1443
Admission & Records, Counseling, CTC, EOPS, Student Health Center, Student Support, Veterans & Foster Youth
Moorpark College is proud to offer a variety of resources to help support the academic & personal success of their students.
Location: Fountain Hall, FH - 116
Phone: (805) 378-1429
The Admissions & Records Office is responsible for admissions, registration, and the accuracy and maintenance of all student records. We offer convenient access to registration, grades, class catalog and other essential information via my.VCCCD.edu.
Provides academic and personal counseling to help student choose the right classes and achieve their academic goals. Call for individual counseling appointments or drop by for quick answers at the Express Counter!
Location: Fountain Hall, FH - 118
Phone: (805) 378-1409
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website:
Location: Fountain Hall, FH - 210B
Phone: (805) 378-1462
Federal School Code: 007115. The Financial Aid Office is comprised of dedicated financial aid professionals committed to serving students and providing them information to secure the necessary financial resources to meet their educational objectives.
The Moorpark College Scholarship Office with the support of the Moorpark College Foundation and our community donors, provides hundreds of students with the financial assistance, recognition and encouragement needed to realize their academic goals.
Location: Fountain Hall, FH - 110
Phone: (805) 378-1536
The Career Transfer Center provides assistance to students who want to identify and meet major and/or career goals to prepare for a successful transition to a Transfer University and/or career.
Raider Central is your one-stop shop for free basic resources to help you succeed in school. Raider Central provides free food, clothing, personal hygiene items, and assistance with housing and social services coordinated through community providers so you can focus on your classwork.
We are committed to excellence in providing a variety of financial services to the students of Moorpark College such as collecting payments for student fees, distributing refunds and assisting you with student fee waivers
The DREAMers Alliance is an inclusive network of allies, consisting of faculty, students, staff, and administrators committed to providing a safe, supportive and welcoming educational environment at Moorpark College for undocumented, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), AB540 (DREAMers).
PACE is a college designed for busy adults that enables you to complete an Associate degree in about two years by taking two online or hybrid courses every eight weeks
Child Development Center
Moorpark College has a Child Development Center that offers a comprehensive half day and full day childcare program for pre- schoolers and toddlers available for children of the community, registered students, faculty, and staff.
Applied Arts 101
Coordinator: Dr. Priscilla Mora
Title IX is a federal law that prohibits sexual misconduct and any other form of sexual harassment or gender-based discrimination or violence. The Title IX Office is here to support, inform, and respond regarding any concerns or questions related to Title IX.
Accessibility Coordination Center & Educational Support Services (ACCESS)
ACCESS aims to support students with physical, learning, or psychological disabilities by determining and providing reasonable accommodations, auxiliary aids, and support services to achieve the democratic ideal of making higher education accessible to all.
The Honors Program aims to provide novel learning experiences for high achieving students who are committed to excellence and transfer to top tier - 4-year universities.
Our goal is to support you in your academic journey by providing student centered medical care, mental health counseling, and valuable wellness resources to any currently enrolled student.
Makerspace at Moorpark College is a place for students and faculty to explore new technologies, to work on entrepreneurial and class projects and to gather with others who enjoy making.
TLC Services are free to all Moorpark College students. Services and resources include tutoring, individual consultations, workshops and print materials.
Phone: (805) 378-1556
Phone: (805) 553-4850
Phone: (805) 553-4839
Website: https://www.moorparkcollege.edu/departments/student-services/the-teaching-and- learning-center/math-and- science-center/cet-pals
The Student Services Annex is a hub for student support services.
Moorpark College is proud to be a CalWORKs training facility. CalWORKs is a state program that provides services and education/training for those with children receiving county CalWORKs to equip them with tools to successfully support themselves.
Location: Student Services Annex, SSA- 107
Phone: (805) 378-1464
Email: email@example.com Website:
Working in collaboration with other departments, Student Activities brings fun and vitality to the campus while promoting community involvement and personal development.
Location: Student Services Annex, SSA- 100
Phone: (805) 553- 4799
Navigating college for the first time can be confusing. Here at FYE & SYE, we believe that no student should feel like they are alone in their college journey. We believe that every student should have a support group that guides, encourages, and challenges them along the way which is why we created FYE & SYE!!
Location: Student Services Annex, SSA - 107
CARE offers additional support services to EOPS students who are single parents receiving TANF (Transitional Assistance for Needy Families) or CalWORKs to aid them in completing their college-level educational training program and reaching their academic and economic goals.
Location: Fountain Hall - 118
Phone: (805) 387 1414
Our professional staff is devoted to assisting our international students to achieve their academic goals by offering a variety of services to meet students’ needs. We offer assistance with the application process, immigration advisement, academic counseling, and offer activities, and clubs.
Phone: (805) 378-1536
Website: https://www.moorparkcollege.edu/departments/student- services/guardian-scholars
Moorpark College supports the academic and personal goals of current and former foster youth. Our goal is to connect, support and increase academic awareness and achievement as students embark on their educational journey.
Phone: (805) 553-4753
Website: https://www.moorparkcollege.edu/departments/student- services/veterans-resource-center
The Moorpark College Veterans Resource Center (VRC) provides support services focused on the special needs and requirements of today's military veterans, active duty service members, and dependents. We are currently offering all services online via phone, Zoom and email.
Phone: (805) 553-4188
Need Immediate Response? - Call Canvas 24/7 (844) 602-6290
Location: Next to Lower Campus Parking Structure
Phone: (805) 378-1455
Phone: (805) 378-1406
Hours: M - TH 5:30 pm - 10:30 pm SA - 9:00am - 1:00 pm
Moorpark College Mission
Grounded in equity, social justice, and a students first philosophy, Moorpark College values diverse communities. We empower learners from local, national, and global backgrounds to complete their degree, certificate, transfer, and career education goals. Through innovation and customized student support, our programs are designed to achieve equitable outcomes