Students will now have to agree to the Student Code of Conduct Policy every semester before being able to register for classes.
The Student Code of Conduct Policy encourages students who attend any college in the Riverside Community College District to engage in critical judgement while they go along with their planned studies.
One of the oldest traditions in academia, the Investiture Ceremony honoring the inauguration of Riverside City College President Wolde-Ab Isaac, took place Oct. 12, from 9-10:30 a.m. in the Landis Auditorium.
Posted: April 21, 2015 | Updated: April 22, 2015 | Written by James H. Williams UPDATE: Ryan Rudolph has been sworn in officially as the Student Trustee for the Riverside Community College District Board of Trustee on April 21 at its second of two consecutive meetings at Moreno Valley College. Rudolph will serve the rest
Posted: April 8, 2015 | Written by Stephanie Llamas Riverside City College District Student Trustee campaigning officially ended April 6. There is only one candidate left after Norco Student Trustee candidate Rand Pawling removed himself from the Student Trustee elections due to personal reasons, thus creating a massive impact on the elections. The
Posted: March 18, 2015 | Written by Aja Sanders Student Trustee of the Riverside Community College District April Galvan has been dismissed from the Board of Trustees after she completed just one semester of her term. According to Douglas Graham, coordinator of student activities at RCC, Galvan was dismissed for not fulfilling her requirements as
Photo by Jesus Rios | Staff Photographer Article by Lawrence Manns | Staff Writer Sept. 18, 2014 One of the challenges that comes with being the president of a community college’s student body is the constant indifference of the students. Often, all the students want to do is come, get their degree and leave, caring
Presidential vote and Senate vote results Nicholle Salvatierra | Staff Writer May, 15, 2014 ASRCC elections experienced a record-breaking voter turnout May 6-7. This election rallied 642 total votes, a large improvement from the last year’s student trustee election, which had only 15 participants. What made this election different was the addition of an online
Nicholle Salvatierra | Staff Writer Students at Riverside City College are campaigning for student body elections taking place May 6 – 7. Those interested in running for office have introduced themselves to students by gaining 50 signatures. The students that have received the minimum amount of signatures and fit the academic requirements are able to