Addiction Studies—Admissions and Transfer Information
Moraine Valley Community
College is a comprehensive, full-service community college with an open door
admission policy for high school graduates or others qualified to enter.
Admission is available to individuals 18 years or older who are high school
graduates or GED recipients. There are no prerequisites for enrollment in
Moraine Valley's Addictions Studies Program. You may register in either the
fall, spring or summer semesters. When you register, please mention that you are
in the 1321 (Addictions Studies)
To be sure your are
selecting courses in the appropriate sequence, please make an appointment with
an Academic Advisor (708) 974-5721 or contact:
Office Location: B135
Phone: (708) 608-4337
FAX: (708) 974-0185
Phone: (708) 974-4300 ext. 2078
Fax: (708) 974-0185
You may be able to have previously completed Addictions classes waived.
These decisions are made by the Program Coordinator on a case-by-case basis.
First, only classes that you have earned a "C" or higher in will be considered.
Next, students must submit copies of the syllabi and catalog
descriptions of coursework completed to the Program Coordinator. The Program
Coordinator will review the syllabi and catalog descriptions from your previous
course work to determine if your previous course work meets the learning
objectives of MVCC's Addictions Courses. This only applies
to Addictions classes. Students seeking waivers for general education classes
(Communications/Math/Humanities/Social Sciences, etc.) should meet with an
Academic Advisor. To make an appointment with an Academic Advisor, phone (708)