Beginning this fall, Riverside City College students will be able to enroll directly into transfer-level math and English courses without remedial course requirement.
By Erik Galicia For many students transferring to a university from a community college can be difficult. Advice was given during the Honors Alumni Panel on March 28, which brought five former Riverside City College honors students back home to share their experiences about transferring to universities. “The idea of the Honors Program is to
Riverside City College will be hosting a panel that will feature former RCC students as they discuss their transfer process to University of California, Riverside. Panelists include Heidi Holman, Rachael Karp, Hannah Bosun, Sarah Estawani, Katia Mejia, Sabika Abidi and Melissa Fernandez. The event will take place in the RCC Cafeteria from 12:40-1:40 p.m. on
Posted: May 1, 2015 | Written by Jacob Filek Transferring to a different college can be a stressful process for some students, but the Transfer Admission Guarantee can help alleviate some of that stress. This program started in the early ‘80s and several colleges now offer it to all California Community College students who apply
Posted: April 29, 2015 The Riverside City College Transfer Center hosted its biannual transfer fair on April 27, where 29 college representatives were in attendance. The transfer fair gives students a more accurate assessment of their ability to transfer sooner rather than later, according to Sheryl Berkshire, a University of Irvine representative and Riverside City
Posted: March 25, 2015 The Riverside City College Transfer Center will be holding a tour of several Southern California colleges this spring break. A $25 deposit is required to hold a spot on a chartered bus, which leaves at 7 a.m. and returns at 5 p.m. Monday through Wednesday, and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
By Juliana Zapata | Asst. News Editor The spring semester transfer fair took over the Riverside City College Quadrangle April 22. A total of 35 schools were present at the fair organized by the Transfer Center. Both private and public schools were at the fair. Some of the private schools included Loma Linda University, Mount St. Mary’s College and