A Head Start on Life
When it comes to life, one of the best ways to get and maintain a competitive edge is to have a college degree. College graduates have greater job opportunities, earn more, and have better chances for promotions than non-college graduates.
How Much More Do They Earn?
According to the Census Bureau, over an adult's working life, high school graduates earn an average of $1.2 million; associate's degree holders earn about $1.6 million; and bachelor's degree holders earn about $2.1 million.
Yes, There are Reasons Besides Money
According to research by the Institute for Higher Education Policy, college graduates are healthier, have healthier children, have higher levels of savings, make better consumer decisions, and have more hobbies and leisure activities.
Why Choose Us?
Here are our students' Top 10 reasons for choosing a Riverside Community College District campus:
- Open admission with no application fee
- No SAT or ACT requirement
- AP credits/placement accepted
- Classes are taught by instructors, not graduate or teaching assistants
- Low cost tuition $46/credit unit
- Classes transfer to four-year universities including priority transfer to UC and CSU
- Professional technical and vocational programs
- Student organizations, activities and athletics
- Variety of degrees and/or certificates
- Transfer and Career Center on each RCC campus
Don't forget college life
Are You Eligible?
If you meet any one of the following, you are eligible to attend a Riverside Community College District campus.
- You have a high school diploma or equivalent
- You are 18 years old and can profit from instruction
- You are attending a local high school and would benefit from advanced scholastic or vocational work.
How Do You Apply?
Complete a free online application for admission or pick one up in the Admissions office at any campus.
We process your online application within hours (weekends and holidays excluded) and send you a welcome letter via email with next steps.
Paper applications are processed within a week; they are not available two weeks before and two weeks after each term begins. Applicants receive a welcome letter in the mail 1-2 weeks after the application is processed.
If you are a new student, you will need to have your transcripts from your former school sent to us and complete assessment, orientation and counseling before you can register for classes. Be sure to send transcripts right away from your high school or other college(s) if you want classes you have already taken count to meet prerequisites.
When Can You Apply?
See the Application Dates for every semester.
- Apply for College
- Academic Programs
- Alert-U System
- Assessment Center
- Associated Students @ MVC
- Change of Address
- Class Schedule
- Graduation Applications
- Non-Resident Students
- Student Employment
- Student Handbook
- Transcript Requests
- Veterans' Services
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16130 Lasselle Street
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16791 Davis Avenue
Riverside, CA 92518
16888 Bundy Avenue
Riverside, CA 92518