The 2016 Clery Report shows an increase in stalking offenses, with seven incidents at Riverside City College in 2015, due to the implementation of new classifications of crimes regulated by the amendments made to the Violence Against Women Act.
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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.
Written by Crystal Olmedo | Written April 10, 2016 Riverside City College students gathered to compete in the Amazing College Race on Main Street for a chance to win up $1500 in scholarships. A total of 50 teams, which ranged from three to five people, from Riverside colleges as well as neighboring colleges Cal State
Protesters addressed the Riverside Community College District Board of Trustees to speak out against the hiring of a new district compliance officer who is accused of negligently handling a student’s alleged rape at Mt. SAC.
Riverside Community College District Board of Trustees appointed a compliance officer at the Feb. 16 meeting and the hire has been a cause of concern within the RCCD Faculty Association.
An active shooter seminar is scheduled to be held on Feb. 18 at 12:50 p.m. in the Digital Library Auditorium. It is open to students, faculty, staff, members of the community, as well as staff members from other educational institutions.
There were no reportable offenses from Dec. 17 to Jan 2. according to Riverside Community College District Police records clerk Valeree Metroka.
A report was made at 3:17 p.m. of an adult male
As the spring semester begins Riverside Community College District interim Police Chief Colleen Walker is settling into her position and proposing changes that she believes will help the department go from “good to better.”
One of the most recent changes to the organization of the RCCD police is its integration into the Department of Risk Management.
Two of the most sought-after qualities of being a nurse are passion and care. Riverside City College associate professor of nursing, Lee Nelson has demonstrated these qualities through his dedication to his profession and his students.