Starfish Student

WHY USE Starfish Connect?

Schedule counseling appointments, connect with services, and receive messages from instructors to help students be more successful.

You can use Starfish Connect anytime!

You can access Starfish in two ways:
   • Your portal
   • Your Canvas dashboard

Once in Starfish, you can view counselors’ availability and schedule appointments within a time frame that works for you. Instructors may post progress reports for your classes mid-semester, but messages may occur more often. You’ll also receive emails in your account when these correspondences occur.

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Schedule appointments
With individual counselors, success coaches, financial aid &
scholarship specialists, or any support needed.

Choose a time-frame
That works for you.

Enter the Virtual waiting room
When you want immediate help, we are there.

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Find names and contact info
Team Specialists that are here to help you.

Access your Support Services
Mental health counselors, Career Transfer Center, Library, Tutoring, & more.

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Receive messages from instructors
Starfish is all about helping you be successful. Messages are intended to keep you on track, put you in touch with resources and team members that will accelerate progress. Your support team members may also reach out to you when prompted by an instructor. 

Progress reports
Overall attendance and engagement to keep you informed.

Only if you are falling behind. AND as a courtesy to YOU.

Encouragement to keep up the good work or when showing improvement.


International Student Program

The Office of International Student Program supports around a hundred international students through a comprehensive support program.

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: application process, immigration advisement, academic counseling, activities, and clubs.

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Office Hours:

Monday - Thursday:  9:00a.m. - 5:00p.m.

Office Staff:

Cláudia Wilroy
Director of International & Outreach

Office Email:



Program for Accelerated College Education


A Degree Program for Busy Adults

Work. Kids. Life. College. Only 24 hours in a day. We know it’s not easy, so we created PACE.

PACE is a college program designed for busy adults that enables you to complete an Associate degree in about two years. PACE students take two courses every eight weeks. Most courses are offered either 100 percent online or in a hybrid format (part of the course is online but will also include some face-to-face meetings on Saturday mornings).

Click below to see the two-year sequence of courses for each Associate degree:

Business Administration

Early Childhood Education

Computer Science

General Studies


Once you complete your Associate degree, you have the option to pursue your Bachelor’s degree at one of our transfer partner Universities that also have programs built for busy adults, including CSU Channel Islands, Cal Lutheran University, and more.

Applying to PACE takes THREE easy steps:

Step one for PACE

Complete a Moorpark College Application
If you’re a current Moorpark student, you can skip this step. 



Step two for PACE

Complete a PACE Application
Just takes a few minutes.



Step three for PACE

Meet with a PACE Counselor
We’ll reach out to you after you submit your application for scheduling. 

Meet in-person or by phone so we can register you for classes and discuss your goals, especially if you want to transfer to a University after PACE.
*Important - Make sure to send us all your official transcripts from other colleges so we can give you credit for completed college courses.


Ok, there’s actually a STEP FOUR. It’s optional, but we strongly recommend it:

Complete your FAFSA to see what financial aid you qualify for [CLICK HERE]
Most of our students don’t pay any tuition. 

And even if you don’t qualify, our enrollment fees are very affordable at $46 per unit for CA residents (or about $1,380 per year).  If you need help filling out the FAFSA, contact for assistance.


If you're not familiar with Moorpark College here's a quick fact:

Moorpark College ranks #1 of 114 community colleges in California for completion of degrees and transfers.
Check out the article!


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About Us 

At Moorpark College we are committed to providing a safe, supportive and welcoming educational environment for students who are undocumented and those who come from mixed status families. Through intentional events, services, and connections we aim to empower students, faculty, staff and the campus community. We offer: 

Advocacy & Engagement Events 

We support students who are undocumented and those who come from mixed status families on their academics, career, and beyond such as Meet and Greets & Undocumented Student Action Week.  


We inform and educate the campus community about the ever-changing political environment and share knowledge, updates, resources, and services to support students who are undocumented and come from mixed status families. This includes FREE Legal Immigration Services and workshops through the United Farm Workers Foundation. The Dreamers Workgroup collaborates to create further services and resources for students and professionals on campus.  

A Network of professional allies

We are on campus and we are committed to supporting students who are undocumented and those who come from mixed status families. Professional allies are familiar with the specific the needs, experiences of students and provide a safe space on-campus. 

Additional Help

Do you need help getting started or have questions? Schedule an appointment with Karla on this link.

Veterans Resource Center


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Thank you for your service!
You Served Us, Now Let Us Serve You!


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 assist students in transitioning to the college environment and in achieving their academic and personal development goals.

Veteran Educational Benefits:

Moorpark College recognizes the sacrifice of those who have served in the United States Armed Forces. If you are a veteran or dependent of a veteran, you may be eligible for veterans' educational benefits to help you achieve your education goals! Veteran services are available to support your educational goals as you make use of your GI Bill® educational benefits. We can provide assistance as you complete the necessary paperwork to ensure you receive the proper entitlement pay and guide you toward a variety of campus resources ranging from tutoring to career and personal counseling.  Students are not required to use their GI Bill® to utilize the VRC.

Services Include:

  • GI Bill® Enrollment Certifications - fee reimbursement, housing allowance (if applicable), & pre-enrollment guidance
  • Priority registration for veterans (even if you are not using your educational benefits)
  • Individualized, 30 minute counseling appointments to assist in developing your educational plan

We asked Johnny Conley, Director of Student Equity, about the Veteran’s Resource Center at Moorpark College, and here’s what he had to say.  

Career Transfer Center

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Welcome to the Career Transfer Center Website!

The Career Transfer Center offers a variety of services, resources, and activities designed to support you with your transfer and career development needs.  Our services are designed to enhance your educational experience at Moorpark College and assist you in identifying and accomplishing your educational and career goals.

Transfer Services provided in the Career Transfer Center:

  • Transfer assistance to CSU, UC, private and out-of-state universities
  • On-site University Representatives to review progress
  • University Field Trips
  • University Fairs and Events
  • Assistance with your applications for transfer
  • Workshops to help you with the transfer process
  • Transfer Agreements
  • Transfer Admission Guarantee Programs
  • Computer workstations
  • University catalogs and college search resources    

Career Services provided in the Career Transfer Center:

  • Major and Career Exploration
  • Researching Jobs 
  • Internship Opportunities
  • Assessments
  • Workshops
  • Resume Building
  • Interview Skills and much more!

Career Transfer Center Service Hours

FALL 2021
Monday - Thursday: 8AM - 5PM
Fridays - 8AM - 12PM

Extended Opportunity Programs and Services

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Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS)

Ventura County Community College District recognizes that as a result of financial need, language differences, and academic difficulties, some students will need special assistance for college success. The EOPS program is a state funded effort that provides special services to full time community college students. Participants must meet financial and educational disadvantage criteria. After eligibility requirements are met, EOPS services include the following: specialized academic, career, and personal counseling, book service program (grant/voucher), priority registration, transfer assistance, special activities and workshops.

Cooperative Agencies Resources for Education (CARE)

EOPS also offers Cooperative Agencies Resources for Education (CARE) to EOPS students who are single parents receiving TANF/CalWORKs with children under the age of fourteen. CARE services are in addition to what a student would receive as an EOPS student.

The EOPS Office is located at Student Service Annex (SSA) 107A.

Hours of In-Person and Remote Operations:
Monday 8:00am - 5:00pm (In Person)
Tuesday 8:00am - 7:00pm (In Person)
Wednesday 8:00am - 7:00pm (In Person)
Thursday 8:00am - 5:00pm (In Person)
Friday 8:00am - 12:00pm (Remote)


     Phone: (805) 378-1464        Fax: (805) 378-1521


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MC Counseling

Welcome to Moorpark College Counseling 

We are here to help answer your questions, make an educational plan, and offer guidance to ensure your success in all of your academic endeavors.





We are now offering express drop-in counseling in-person during limited business hours*:

  • Monday, Tuesday, & Thursday:  9am - 2pm 
  • Wednesday: 9am - 12pm 
  • Friday:  9am - 11am

Express Drop-In Counseling is still available online - please Use sign-in link below

  • Monday / Thursday: 8am - 5pm 
  • Tuesday / Wednesday: 8am - 6pm (Wed closed from 12pm - 1:30pm) 
  • Friday: 8am - 12pm

 VIRTUAL DROP-IN (Use Chrome or Firefox) 

Express drop-in counseling is designed to give our students immediate access to a Counselor during normal business hours. Unlike a counseling appointment, which may last up to 60 minutes, express drop-in counseling sessions are 5 to 10-minutes in length.

Use express drop-in counseling to get help with issues such as:

  • Class registration
  • Adding or dropping classes
  • Filing petitions (some petitions may require an appointment if it exceeds the time allotted for Express Drop-in)
  • Checking progress toward your educational goal

Due to the limited time set aside for express drop-in sessions, only general academic and career counseling questions can be answered. For more complicated issues, and for comprehensive educational planning, a counseling appointment may be required.

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. They can be voluntarily removed outdoors—regardless of vaccination status—or inside when eating, drinking.


ACCESS Updates:

ACCESS office is offering in-person services in addition to continued online/phone appointments to meet every student's needs. Please go to ‘Online Counseling” to attend Drop-In hours. You will log into a virtual waiting room with your credential. If you have an appointment with a Counselor or Specialist, a link to join the meeting will be sent to your email. Please view the following link for more updates: Helpful reminders during COVID (PDF)


What is ACCESS?

Accessibility Coordination Center and Educational Support Services (ACCESS) supports students with verified disabilities by determining and providing reasonable accommodations, auxiliary aids, and support services.

ACCESS Mission Statement:

Moorpark College and ACCESS are devoted to making higher education accessible to all. We recognize the value of student diversity and we are committed to providing a campus climate conducive to the success of all students. In addition, we support both the spirit and the letter of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 that guarantees every person with a disability equal access to all educational programs and activities offered by the College.

Hours of Operation:

Days Hours
Monday 8:00-5:00 pm
Tuesday 8:00-6:00 pm
Wednesday 8:00-6:00 pm
Thursday 8:00-5:00 pm
Friday 8:00-12:00 pm

Contact us:

ACCESS Location:

ACCESS is located on the ground floor of the LMC building. This is a two story building at the northeast side of the campus. Students may reach ACCESS by parking in lot B and C. Campus map

 Updated: 12.17.2021

College CalWORKs

The Moorpark College CalWORKs program provides assistance to continuing or new students who are receiving TANF/CalWORKs (Cash Aid) benefits.

What services does Moorpark College CalWORKs provide?

  • Academic Counseling, Priority Registration, Welfare to Work Advocacy and workshops for professional development.
  • Liaison with county social services regarding welfare-to-work plans and mandated hours, referrals to on-off campus programs and community based-services.
  • On campus work-study opportunities while pursuing an educational goal. Students gain valuable work-based knowledge and skills.
  • Transportation and educational supplies assistance.
  • Additional services include career and personal counseling and a safe and confidential environment for welfare-to-work transitional students.

Who is eligible for College CalWORKs?

  • Students receiving cash aid or TANF (Temporary Aid to Needy Families) for themselves and their dependents.
  • Plan to work towards one of the following: certificate, associate degree, transfer to a 4 year university, and/or improve employability skills.
  • Willing to complete approved weekly activity hours (school, work-study, etc.)

How do I know if I'm eligible for College CalWORKs?

How do I apply for the CalWORKs program at Moorpark College?

  • Once you have determined that you will be attending Moorpark College follow the steps to participate in College CalWORKs, click on STEPS.

The Moorpark College CalWORKs Office is located at Student Service Annex (SSA) 107A.

Hours of Remote Operation:
Monday 8:00am - 5:00pm
Tuesday 8:00am - 7:00pm
Wednesday 8:00am - 7:00pm
Thursday 8:00am - 5:00pm
Friday 8:00am - 12:00pm
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