At Moraine Valley Community College, nearly half of the students are adult learners. Our faculty members understand the many responsibilities and obligations adults have and do their best to make everyone feel comfortable. Starting college is a huge step—and we are here to help every step of the way!
Join others who are
- Starting college for the first time
- Returning to complete a degree or professional certificate
- Pursuing training to re-enter the workforce or for career advancement or change
- Preparing for the GED
- Exploring interests for personal growth
- Re-entering the workforce after military service
Education that fits your busy lifestyle
- Attend day, evening or weekend classes at our main campus, the Moraine Valley Education Center at Blue Island, or the Southwest Education Center in Tinley Park
- Complete your coursework online
- Earn your degree in less time with our short-term and
Career Paths and Coffee
Information Sessions for Adults Considering College
Discover the benefits of being an adult learner at Moraine Valley. Attend one of our free Adult Information sessions where you can learn more about course options, how to enroll, get information on obtaining financial aid, and more. Refreshments will be served. No RSVP required.
Building S, Room S117A
10 a.m. or 6 p.m.
- June 5
- July 10
- Aug. 7
- Aug. 14
- Sept. 4
- Oct. 9
- Nov. 20
- Dec. 4
Southwest Education Center
17900 S. 94th Ave., Tinley Park
- July 24
- Oct. 23
- Dec. 11
Moraine Valley Education Center at Blue Island
12940 S. Western Ave.
- July 17
- Oct. 16
- Dec. 11
- Achieved Prior Learning – Earn college credit for what you already know from prior learning or work experience.
- CLEP – Earn college credit by achieving a satisfactory score on an examination.
- Career planning and assistance with choosing the right classes
- Free academic tutoring
- Day care for your children while you are enrolled in classes
- Help with obtaining financial assistance
- Guidance from the Job Resource Center
- Adult Basic Education (ABE), English as a Second Language (ESL) and General Educational Development (GED)