By Jennifer Rosales The rite of passage of any graduating student is to have their name called out, their hand shook and to walk across that stage in front of their peers and families. But due to COVID-19, a traditional commencement is not safe, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, since large
Riverside City College celebrated its 99th graduating class during the college’s centennial year on June 9, 2016.
Approximately 1,000 students turned their tassels at Riverside City College’s 99th commencement ceremony June 9. Graduates received over 3,000 associate degrees and certificates.
Graduation is a rite of passage for college students that marks the beginning of a new stage in their life. For Riverside City College students the centennial commencement promises to be a memorable occasion.
RCC competition for the spring 2016 graduation Commencement Speaker, new Board of Trustees meeting topics, new student conduct policy. Campus closed March 31 for Cesar Chavez day.
Via mass e-mail the Riverside City College Admissions and Records just announced that April 1 is the last day to apply for graduation at the end of the spring term.
Riverside City College students received 2,787 degrees and certificates at the 98th Commencement Ceremony held at the Wheelock Field on June 11. The youngest student who graduated was 15 years old and the oldest was 64 years old.