Riverside Community College District and Moreno Valley College Proudly Sponsor Inaugural State of the Black I.E. SymposiumOctober 10, 2023
The Riverside Community College District (RCCD) and Moreno Valley College (MVC) were honored to support and sponsor the inaugural State of the Black I.E. Symposium, a significant event dedicated to advancing equity, justice, and empowerment within the Inland Empire's Black community.
100 Black Men of the Inland Empire Establishes Umoja Scholarship Fund at Riverside Community College DistrictSeptember 1, 2023
An investment from 100 Black Men of The Inland Empire (100 BMIE) to the Riverside Community College District established the 100 BMIE Umoja Scholarship Fund, underscoring their commitment to supporting youth and young adults in their pursuit of higher education and academic excellence.
RCCD Successfully Hosts College for Kids Summer Program at Moreno Valley College and Riverside City CollegeAugust 7, 2023
College for Kids, a pilot program offered for free in its first year, aimed to provide an enriching and educational experience to children who may not have access to summer camps due to financial constraints.
RCCD Celebrates Closing Celebration for Inaugural Cohort of Californians for All, College Corps ProgramAugust 2, 2023
Riverside Community College District marked a momentous occasion on July 27 in celebrating the success of the inaugural cohort of the Californians For All, College Corps Program at the Cheech Marin Center for Chicano Art and Culture.March 15, 2023
Jeff Rhyne, professor of English at Moreno Valley College, will deliver the Riverside Community College District 61st Distinguished Faculty Lecture. His lecture will analyze reports on global warming and arguments about the climate crisis to theorize why more people are not alarmed, and thus more...March 10, 2023
The Riverside Community College District Foundation, in support of Moreno Valley College’s TRIO Programs, received a $50,000 grant from the California Coastal Commission. The monies will be used to expose middle school, high school, and college students to career marine and coastal pathways.