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.
Imagine 400 available parking spaces that were untouched by other students.
There was food and plenty of wine to go around.
Business owners, friends, and public officials gathered at the Canyon Crest Winery on Feb. 26 to offer their support to Riverside City College Board of Trustee member Jose Medina in his campaign for the seat in the state Assembly of District 64.
Riverside City College is under sanction from the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges, a part of the Western Association of Junior Colleges.
Riverside City College students gathered together in front of the Martin Luther King building on Thursday, March 4 to bring awareness of the current budget cuts affecting our education.
Events and happenings around RCC and the Inland Empire.
Everyone has been hit hard with tuition fee increases but the international students are getting the real kicker.
For almost 100 years, Riverside Community College has received praise for its campus.
The school’s unique architectural styles reflect its diverse community, but they do not all reflect California’s current safety standards.
This summer, construction will begin on the Wheelock Gymnasium at Riverside City Campus in order to comply with updated safety codes regarding fire and earthquakes.
On March 2 and 3 students active in on-campus clubs gathered in the Arthur G. Paul Quadrangle to recruit new members and bring awareness to their fellow peers.
For 50 years Glenn Hunt served the students and faculty of Riverside City College as an instructor, department chair and dean.
He was a leader and pioneer in the mathematics and science departments.
On Jan. 6 at the age 74, Hunt passed away after a long battle with cancer. On Jan. 28 the college honored Hunt with a memorial service in the Digital Library Auditorium.