Ross Godfrey Clark, 61, and Terry Lee Keiser, 62, both Riverside City College Applied Digital Media and Printing instructors, were arrested April 18 and charged with several felonies.
The federal reform of the national college student loan system, which was part of health care legislation passed by Congress on March 25 has gradually become a matter of concern among Riverside City College students.
There are no-smoking signs in different areas of the Riverside City College campus that are clearly visible.
The construction of Riverside City College’s new Aquatic Center is well underway.
As many issues regarding parking at the Riverside Campus continue, the Parking Committee gathered on March 17 to speak about new things that may be put into effect next semester.
Happenings around RCC and the Inland Empire.
The Riverside Transit Authority’s Go Pass program, which allows Riverside Community College District students to ride RTA buses for free with a valid student ID, has been wildly successful.
For students feeling pressure from rising enrollment fees or growing class sizes, hope was seen March 1 as the Moreno Valley and Norco campuses were officially recognized by the Board of Governors.
California Community colleges are widely known as a way to get an education without the high cost of a private school or university tuition looming in the background.
Students are always looking for an opportunity to explore their options when it comes to making a career choice.