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​​District Overview

The Riverside Community College District through its three colleges—Moreno Valley College, Norco College, and Riverside City College supported by the District Office—serves and enriches its diverse communities by offering certificates, degrees, and transfer programs that help students achieve their educational and career goals. The district strives to impact the social and economic mobility of its students by ensuring access, success, and equity for everyone who wishes to take advantage of the educational opportunities offered by the colleges.​​​​​

  • RCCD covers 450 square miles in the western Riverside County
  • RCCD serves six K-12 unified school districts.
  • RCCD operates three regionally accredited colleges:
  • Each college is certified as an Hispanic Serving Institution.
  • Each college has a Veterans Resource Center to serve Veterans and their dependents​.

Student Gender Demographics 2018-19:  55.6 percent of students were female.  43.6 percent were male.  0.8 percent of students de
Student Age Demographics 2018-19:  36 percent of student were 19 years of age or under.  37 percent were ages 20 to 24.  13 perc


Student Enrollment 2018-19:  RCCD had a total student count of 60,545 and 32,350 full-time equivalent students.  Moreno Valley C  


Student Ethnicity Demographics 2018-19:  62 percent of students were Hispanic. 19 percent were White, Non-Hispanic. 8 percent we ​​




RCCD Degrees and Certificates Awarded:  In 2014-15, 2993 degrees and 832 certificates were awarded.  In 2015-16, 3404 degrees an

The Riverside Community College District and its colleges have signed and returned to the U.S​​. Department of Education the Certification and Agreement and the assurance th​at the institution has used, or intends to use, no less than 50 percent of the funds received under Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act to provide Emergency Financial Aid Grants to students. More information about the grants to students can be accessed on our COVID-19 Funding Resources page​. ​