College presidents from Riverside, Norco and Moreno Valley have voiced their support for students under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
Riverside City College celebrated its 99th graduating class during the college’s centennial year on June 9, 2016.
Art and photography students received recognition among fellow students, faculty and family members at a reception and award ceremony hosted by the Art Department May 5.
Roughly 100 attendees surrounded artworks that clustered the walls and rested atop white pedestals in the Riverside City College Quad Art Gallery.
Riverside City College held its 56th Distinguished Faculty Lecture “Are You Sure?” with guest speaker Jan Muto May 10 in the Digital Library and Learning Resource center’s Auditorium.
Riverside City College entered a three round nationwide competition for community colleges and qualified for the second round, placing RCC in the top 10 percentile nationwide.
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.
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.
Written by Diego D. Garcia | Published March 10, 2016 The Student Success Scorecard of 2015 for the Riverside Community College District defined Riverside City College second out of the […]
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.
Riverside City College’s Ujima project hosted its annual lunch event, ‘Pizza with the President’ in the Digital Library Auditorium, Feb. 23.