Each semester an influx of newly registered students wander the campus in search of their classes. To help students ease into learning campus landmarks and finding the services they need, faculty members of the Digital Library and members of Associated Students of Riverside City College will be manning an information booth located on Terracina Drive in front of the A.G. Paul Quadrangle across from the Digital Library/ Learning Resource Center.
Incoming students should check on WebAdvisor for important dates regarding when they can add or drop a class.
For most classes, the last date to drop your class and receive your full refund is Sept. 14, while the last day to add most classes is Sept. 25.
There will be a two week grace period from Aug. 31 through Sept. 13.
The RCC Office of Parking Services has moved to the 5th level of the Parking Structure which was formerly the Athletics Tennis Office. Hours of operation are Monday – Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Cecilia Alvarado has been named the interim vice president of Student Services.
The title was previously held by Edward Bush.
The Riverside City College football season is here and the team has already begun preparations for its season opener against Bakersfield.
The Tigers’ held its first scrimmage of the season in the Arthur N. Wheelock Stadium Aug. 22 showing glimpses of trouble ahead.
The Riverside City College Men and Women’s water polo teams are out early and late afternoons in the Aquatics Complex, preparing for the new season ahead.
The construction of Riverside City College’s Student Services and Administration Building is on schedule according to Arnold Arsenault, project manager of Bernards Construction.