Resources for Students
Moorpark College Student Programs
ACCESS: The Accessibility Coordination Center and Educational Support Services (ACCESS) supports students with verified disabilities by determining and providing reasonable accommodations, auxiliary aids, and support services. Learn more about how you can get in contact with ACCESS.
EOPS: The Extended Opportunity Programs and Services provides additional services to students. Participants must meet financial and educational disadvantage criteria.
FYE Program: The First Year Experience is a specialized one-year program designed for first-year college students to help them start off strong at Moorpark College.
PACE: The Program for Accelerated College Education is designed for busy adults that want to attend accelerated courses online to complete an Associate degree in about two years.
Tutoring: The Tutoring and Learning Center (TLC) provides academic support (tutoring, workshops, etc.) through the Math and Science Center, the Writing Center, and the Course Embedded Tutor (CET) program in order to to help students achieve academic success. TLC Services are free to all Moorpark College students. For Spring 2023, we are open in-person Monday/Thursday, 10AM-4PM, Tuesday/Wednesday, 10AM-5PM, located on the 3rd floor of the library. Walk-ins welcome!
Veterans Resource Center: The VRC provides support services focused on the special needs and requirements of today's military veterans, active duty service members, and dependents. We assist students in transitioning to the college environment and in achieving their academic and personal development goals. Students are not required to use their GI Bill® to utilize the VRC.
For a list of all on-campus student services, please visit the Student Services website.
FREE Legal Immigration Consultations: The UFW Foundation and Moorpark College have partnered to bring free immigration legal services directly to students, faculty and staff. Immigration Attorneys and Department of Justice accredited representatives are available to provide free, culturally competent, and reliable expertise to the campus community.
All consultations are completely confidential, in accordance with California Professional Rules of Conduct for attorneys.
Immigration eligibility consultations
Other immigration services
Schedule your appointment online at www.findyourally.com.
On-Campus Involvement Resources
Student Activities Office: The Student Activities Office serves as a resource for MC students looking to engage in campus life. Student Activities develops, plans, and implements events and activities and provides resources to Moorpark College students. Working in collaboration with other departments, Student Activities brings fun and vitality to the campus while promoting community involvement and personal development. Moorpark College offers a variety of ways for its students to get involved in extracurricular activities. Learn more about the ways to get involved in campus life.
Students interested in getting more involved on campus can join Associated Student of Moorpark College (ASMC) CANVAS page.
Off-Campus Involvement Resources
Students who are interested in involvement outside of Moorpark College should contact Alex Yepez, Dreamers Support Lead, at (805) 553-4166 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Our intention is to match you with initiatives that you are passionate about as well as connect you with our community partners directly.