Students and visitors may park in a white-striped parking space without a parking permit, during the Winter intersession from Jan. 3- Feb. 9.
The Journalism Department is scheduled to host a panel discussion Jan. 19, to explore what effects Donald Trump’s presidency might have on free speech and higher education.
Former Riverside City College professor Al Parker died June 8.
Soon students will be able to join a line for various student services without physically waiting in the line.
Posted: June 4, 2015 | Written by Tyler Reese Riverside City College’s Offices of the President and Academic Affairs will hold a Faculty Reception on June 11 from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. in the Quad Courtyard to honor faculty who have achieved a change in rank or have retired. There will be free food
Posted: May 19, 2015 | Written by: Tyler Reese Due to weather conditions, Survival Weeks dunk tank event has been postponed to May 28. The event was originally scheduled for May 14 and will still be held on Terracina Drive during College Hour. For more information contact student services Angela Lee at 951-222-8570.
Posted: May 5, 2015 | Written by Tyler Reese Construction vehicles guided by flagmen entered and left the Riverside City College construction site for the new Student Services building on May 5, via Ramona drive. Cement trucks will enter and leave the college using Ramona drive while guided by flagmen to and from the construction
Posted: April 13, 2015 | Written by Brooke Cary A total of 75 young German professionals, between the ages of 18-24 years old, will be given the opportunity to experience culture and life in America for 9 months, starting in August. Students will attend a local college for one semester, complete a six-month internship in
Posted: April 8, 2015 | Written by Valerie Osier Inland Valley Magazine, a production of Riverside City College’s Film and Television Program, is looking for “energetic people with a great attitude and screen presence to audition to be an anchor.” Auditions will be held April 10 at 12 to 4 p.m. in the Technology A
Subsidy increase sits on the Board table Riverside City College could receive a $60,000 increase in food subsidies to improve cafeteria salaries and benefits, pay bankcard fees and purchase additional food supplies if a proposed resolution is approved by the Board of Trustees. The proposal of a district wide subsidy increase of $180,000 was presented