Fall semester has started strong at all three Riverside Community College District campuses and like expected, many of the college attendants have already began to notice a difference.
Students who registered on or before May 29 will be dropped from classes if they do not pay their tuition and fees before 5 p.m. on June 5.
Wifi which magically lights up three bars on the side of your cell phone and laptop has been a problem for students at Riverside City College while the hardwired network connection that assures your PC has network connection has plagued some instructors classrooms.
In one of the most successful seasons in Riverside City College’s golf history, Everett Najera stood out amongst the pack as one of the most dominant players in all of California.
An Open Forum will be held with Riverside Community College District and Local Police on May 18 from 12:45-2:30pm in the Digital Library Auditorium.
The Riverside City College students and faculty will host an ice breaker challenge in center of the A.G. Paul Quadrangle on May 16 from 12:30 – 1:30 p.m.
Free pizza and buttons will be provided for participants.
About 300 people marched in Riverside May 1, demonstrating against President Donald Trump’s actions against undocumented immigrants and other marginalized groups.
Students elected a new president and vice president of Associated Students of Riverside City College, as well as the District’s student trustee for the 2017-2018 school year May 2-3.
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