The Community College Board of Governors passed a resolution on Nov. 16 in order to remove the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges of over 100 schools across the state.
Men, women, and children stood in line with eager stomachs. About 457 people signed in to receive a meal, Nov. 24 as Riverside City College Culinary Academy held a Thanksgiving dinner for the homeless and less fortunate.
Many students are attending Riverside City College in hopes of transferring to a four year university. Others are striving to graduate with an associate degree. But what if the units and classes students are currently taking are not accredited or transferrable?
The Associated Students of Riverside City College voted to make changes to the existing constitution at their senate meeting on Oct. 8.
Riverside City College students now have a place they can call home. La Casa or the Latino Student Engagement Center was the newest center to be unveiled on Monday, Nov. 2 in the Digital Library 112.
Big changes are on their way to Riverside City College. The Associated Students of Riverside City College voted to make changes to the existing constitution at their senate meeting on Oct. 8.
Students made their way to Quad 218 Sept. 29 to gain insight on becoming a registered voter during a workshop hosted by Riverside Student Coalition.
According to the Riverside Community College District crime logs from fall 2014 and spring 2015, a total of 22 hit and run / property damages incident were reported as compared to only 16 damages in the summer and fall this year.