By Erik Galicia The Riverside Community College District’s proposed Measure A, which seeks $715 million for improvements around the district, will be decided by local voters tomorrow. According to the district’s website, Measure A’s general provisions include: Replacing substandard roofs, plumbing and electrical systems Improving access for disabled students Modernizing classrooms, career training facilities and
Today is the deadline to register to vote in next month’s California midterm election. California residents must register today before the midnight deadline. The United States recently ranked 139 of 172 democracies around the world in voter participation. In 2014 only 8 percent of eligible students exercised their civic right to cast a ballot. How
Riverside Community College District will have a grace period for parking enforcement between June 18 and June 24 for the summer semester. Parking permits are available on WebAdvisor. Parking availability is always determined by the color coded stalls in the parking areas of the campus. The white striped parking stalls are reserved for students and
Today is the deadline to register to vote in next month’s California primary election. California residents must register today before the midnight deadline. The United States recently ranked 139 of 172 democracies around the world in voter participation. In 2014 only 8 percent of eligible students exercised their civic right to cast a ballot. How
The Parking Services Office, located on the fifth level of the parking structure, will be closed until further notice.
Riverside City College will be hosting a blood drive May 2 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. At the start of a donations, participants must complete a brief questionnaire about their health history and s licensed LifeStream staff members will give a mini-physical which will check their blood pressure, pulse, temperature and iron levels. Once
To honor Autism Awareness Month, Riverside City College’s Diversity and Equity Committee will be hosting an autism awareness presentation, featuring Aaron Likens. Likens, author of “Finding Kansas: Decoding the enigma of Asperger’s Syndrome” and the National Autism Ambassador for Easter Seals, has spoken to over 80,000 people at over 900 presentations and has given the
EOPS will be accepting applications for Fall 2018 from May 15 to June 6. EOPS, or Extended Opportunity Programs and Services, is a student support program implemented and funded by the State of California through Title V to help recruit, retain and assist the academic success of low-income and educationally disadvantaged student by providing them
Applications are open until March 23.
Riverside City College Culinary Arts Academy will be holding a job fair March 19 from 2:30-5:30 p.m. at the Culinary Arts Academy.