One student’s empty desk is another’s student’s disappointment.
Day: March 26, 2012
Without the help of the state, community colleges are scrambling to figure out how they will absorb the massive budget cuts of California.
With major decisions awaiting Riverside City College, Wolde-Ab Issac, the vice president of Academic Affairs, has a part in trying to find solutions to meet the college’s budget crisis.
The average community college course is filled with students wishing to transfer, but take a second, look around and a number of students may have transferred here to Riverside City College.
With the Associated Students of Riverside City College elections coming up this spring, students can anticipate the upcoming campaign period.
The administration at Santa Monica College has developed a method to tackle its budget cuts by announcing it will charge $200 per unit for in-demand classes such as English and math.
Riverside City College loses Marilyn Martinez-Flores, dean of Academic Support, at the end of the spring semester.
The community of students and faculty at Riverside City College is taking notice of talks going around campus of remedial classes being cut to absorb RCC’s budget deficit.
As California continues to demand more budget cuts from its higher education system, college staff and administrators are struggling to keep up with the lack of funding.
On a journey striving for success with her team on and off the field over the past decade, Michelle Daddona is currently in her 13th season as the Riverside City College fastpitch coach.