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Holiday Hours

Raider Central will be closed from Friday December 17, 2021 - Monday January 10, 2022. Raider Central will resume on Tuesday January 11, 2022.

Ruben Castro Charities will be open for “Grab ‘n’ Go Groceries” on Tuesdays in Lot “E” and will be open on, December 21, 2-5pm, December 28, 2-5pm, and January 4, 2-5pm

Essential Needs Resource

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Raider Central essential needs - capmus center room 147, open 9 AM to 6 PM tues, wed, and thurs.
Currently enrolled students qualify for grab and go snacks/beverages, used clothes/business attire, personal hygeine products, and help with referral to other programs to fill unmet needs.


Meeting your basic needs is essential to your quality of life! There are many community resources available to all students whether in Ventura or Los Angeles Counties. Raider Central also provides 1:1 assistance, ask for our Case Manager: Winter Dainard, LCSW. Her Direct line is 805-553-4023 and she is here to help you.

Hours of Operation


  • 9 AM - 5 PM: food distribution 

  • 3 PM - 7 PM: food distribution/case management services


  • 9 AM - 5 PM: food distribution 


  • 8 AM - 12 Noon: food distribution/case management Services

  • 10 AM - 7 PM: food distribution


  • 8 AM - 10 AM: remote case management over phone, zoom or email

We are located in Campus Center Room 147 - for directions, check the Moorpark College map.

To sign up, please fill out this online form or use  the QR code below.


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You can qualify for your first 2 years tuition Free at Moorpark College even if you're not eligible for federal financial aid! It is called the Moorpark College Promise Program!

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• Apply Now to Moorpark College
• Be a first year/first time student
• Submit a FAFSA or Dream Act application each year
• Add Moorpark College to your FAFSA or CADAA school code 007115
• Be a California Resident or AB 540 Student 
• Enroll full time (12 units or more)

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• Complete FAFSA or Dream Act applications each year
• Add Moorpark College to your FAFSA or CADAA school code 007115
• Enroll full time (12+ units)
• Must be a California resident or AB 540 student


Check your VCCCD portal for registration appointment or contact
Admissions and Records


Moorpark College Promise awards will be posted on your student portal after you have obtained full time enrollment and provided a financial aid application. You will receive an email notification to your email account. You may inquire to the financial aid office if you do not see the award about your eligibility. Awards for future terms may not occur until close to term start and dependent on funding from state legislation. Be sure to Monitor your VCCCD portal weekly to be aware of any changes in your status.

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Phone: (805) 378-1462

Remote Hours

Monday: 8 AM to 5 PM 
Tuesday: 8 AM to 6:30 PM 
Wednesday: 8 AM to 5 PM
Thursday:  8 AM to 5 PM 
Friday: 8 AM to 12 PM 

Student Business Office


The MC Student Business Office is open for business. Students and the general public will now have access to onsite services. 

The Student Business Office, located in Fountain Hall, provides a variety of financial services. Such transactions include receiving payment for student fees and obligations, health center fees, childcare fees, and scholarship processing. We also sell photography, printmaking, and clay cards.

Student refund requests and Student fee waivers are processed through the Student Business Office.

For questions call (805) 378-1437.

Fall 2021 Hours of Operation (Begin Monday Aug. 9, 2021)

Monday-Thursday 8:00a.m. -5:00 p.m.
Friday 8:00a.m. - Noon
Saturday & Sunday CLOSED 


Additional Info

Scholarship Office

A Community of Caring

Are you looking for a scholarship?

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. Scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic excellence and the promise of future achievement, as well as additional criteria established by the scholarship donor.  

What is a scholarship?

Scholarships are gift-aid funded by private donors that does not need to be repaid.  

Where does scholarship money come from? Our scholarships are made possible by the generosity of Moorpark College faculty and staff, private citizens, and community donors.

What are the general eligibility requirements for a scholarship? Scholarships recognize students for academic achievement, financial need, field of study, community service, campus activities, and outside interests.

Moorpark College Scholarship Newsletter with scholarship opportunities,
or send your email to  The newsletter is sent out twice a semester. 

The Moorpark College Scholarship online application is now open.  
Start applying today!

If enrolled at Moorpark College, you can APPLY ONLINE for the Moorpark College Foundation Scholarships using the online scholarship search tool.


One application can lead to many scholarship opportunities.
To ensure your application receives full consideration, complete the application by answering as many questions as possible.  The more information you provide, the more opportunities you have to be matched to various scholarships.  Scholarship matches are based on the answers you provide on the questionnaire.  Also, on the essay that will require a personal statement, information on community service, leadership, work experience, and financial need.  You will need to provide an unofficial transcript, a letter of recommendation from a faculty member, counselor, administrator, employer, or co-worker.
The deadline to submit your online application is:
Friday, February 26, 2021 by 11:59 pm.
Don't miss out and apply today.

LOCATION:  Fountain Hall 210C  |  CONTACT:  805-553-4187  |  EMAIL:

Scholarship Office Hours

Mondays to Thursdays:  9:30 am - 7:00 pm

Fridays:  8:30 am -12:30 pm


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Moorpark College Student Health Center

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The MC Student Health Center has in-person and tele-health care (Phone/Zoom) available for enrolled students.

Welcome to the Student Health Center

Our goal is to support you in your academic journey by providing student-centered medical care, mental health counseling, and valuable wellness resources. All services are confidential.


Vaccine Mandate Now in Effect

Please upload your vaccine card to the MyVCCCD app.


Free PCR Testing available:



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M-F, 9am-4pm

Covid Clinic

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M-F, 9am-5pm


Community Mental Health Resources 

In Case of Emergency 

Get the location of the student (or other person in need) and a call-back number so that you have it if you need to call 911.

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Hours and Location

Appointments (Required)

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Financial Aid Office

Moorpark College Financial Aid

Federal School Code:  007115

Student Stimulus cash is now available! Regardless of your income status. Students need to be enrolled in the Fall, with a minimum of 6 units, and those in need will qualify and be processed first.  Once you are enrolled in the minimum of 6 units , we will find you. All you need to do is monitor the my.vcccd email for our communication to you! If you need assistance, we host Financial Aid Zoom workshops every Tuesday from 4-6PM.

Additional Aid

Additional financial aid is available to eligible students. Remember to fill out the FAFSA for any additional assistance. Many students find out that they could have had more financial assistance if they filled out the FAFSA sooner!

Promise Program

If you need help paying your enrollment fees and haven't done FAFSA or CADAA Make sure you apply for the California College Promise Grant (CCPG) available to California residents. 



Virtual Financial Assistance Workshops

Every Tuesday afternoon

From 4-6PM, we host Financial Aid Zoom workshops. We take you step-by-step on how to get the money you need for tuition, textbooks and living expenses. Let's do this!

One School at a Time

Did you Know that students may receive federal financial aid from only one school during any given semester?


2021-2022 CCCSFAAA Scholarships Opportunities

Opens:  November 8, 2021

Deadline to Submit:  February 7, 2022

The California Community College Student Financial Aid Administrators Association (CCCSFAAA) will sponsor student scholarships; a total of ten $500 student scholarships,

one (1) $500 scholarship for each of the ten regions across the state.

The following criteria must be met in order to apply for the CCCSFAAA Scholarship:

1) Enrolled in at least 6 units for Spring 2022

2) Have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5

3) Have remaining need of at least $1000

4) Applied for State and/or Federal Financial Aid

Click here to Apply now 


Helpful Links

Navigate using these links as well as links on the main menu to learn more about these important application procedures:


Face Masks are Required Inside ALL College Buildings 

All employees, students and visitors must wear face masks inside college buildings. This applies to everyone, regardless of vaccination status. Face masks are mandatory at all campuses indoors, regardless of COVID vaccination status. They can be voluntarily removed outdoors—regardless of vaccination status—or inside when eating, drinking.

Financial Aid Overview

Pay for College

Apply For Scholarships

Mental Health Counseling



Moorpark Student Health Center utilizes a short-term therapy model which focuses on helping you clarify your concerns and develop coping skills. 

About Mental Health Counseling at the MC Student Health Center

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