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Academic​ Support


Admissions & Records


  • Moreno Valley College - admissions@mvc.edu.
    Transcript Requests: See transcript ordering instructions.
    Forms: Complete online and submit with student email.
  • Norco College - WebAdvisor and email help – please send an email to admissions@norcocollege.edu
    Transcript Requests: Please visit the website to order
     Forms​: Most forms can be completed online and submitted through your RCCD student email. ​
  • Riverside City College - admissionsriverside@rcc.edu​
    General Admissions & Records Info Line: 951-222-8600 (leave a message and you will receive a call back)​

  • ​​Dual Enrollment
  • ​​​Evaluations
    • ​​Riverside City College - Degree/Certificate application and academic renewal questions – email Evaluations@rcc.edu or call 951-222-8610 (leave a message and you will receive a call back)

  • Outreach
    • ​Riverside City College​ - If you are a new student, Application, Orientation and Counseling can be completed online.
      Email: outreach@rcc.edu
      Phone: 951-235-0971, 951-235-0292, or 951-235-0320
      Website: www.RCC.edu/Outreach​


Counseling



Frequently Asked Questions


​Courses

Q: Are classes cancelled?
A: The Colleges are closed; however, classes are not cancelled. Classes have transitioned to an online/remote environment until further notice.

Q: Is spring break cancelled (April 13–17)?
A: Yes, spring break has been cancelled to make up for the week of instruction lost when we transitioned to online instruction. This will allow us to fulfill the State requirement for student contact hours. Please look for information from your professors about your class schedule/assignments. These are unprecedented times and we sincerely apologize for the inconvenience.

Q: Will summer session take place online?
 A: Yes, summer session will be held online and will remain in a six-week format. A limited number of classes whose lab portion cannot be offered fully online will be offered in the hybrid mode. Lookout for more information from your professor. On April 27, the summer class schedule will be available online and in WebAdvisor, with priority registration beginning on May 18. 

Q: When will the Fall 2020 class schedule be posted?
 A: On June 15, the schedule will be posted online and in WebAdvisor, with priority registration commencing on July 6

Q: How do I access my online class?
A: Classes will take place in Canvas. A computer (PC or MAC) is recommended. There could be issues trying to access courses via a mobile device. You are encouraged to check your RCCD email daily and regularly for updates, resources and student service updates. 

Here are a few resources:

Q: My professor has made it mandatory to used a webcam to take quizzes/test. Is this mandatory?
A: Many changes are associated with the instructional environment as the RCCD colleges moved to remote (online) learning. Even as we change to online instruction, proctoring of exams remains an integral part of the course. 

Online proctoring is facilitated through the Canvas platform using Respondus (a proctoring system that has been adopted statewide by the California Community Colleges). This system requires that students use a webcam during proctored activities such as quizzes and tests. 

If your faculty member is utilizing this feature of Canvas, YES, it is mandatory. 

Q: Is it a crime, or invasion of privacy, for a professor of the Riverside Community College District (“RCCD”) to record his or her online live instructions without first obtaining the consent of those attendees who would be recorded?
A: No. An online live instruction lecture is not considered a 'confidential communication'. Additionally, an attendee of an online live lecture does not have a reasonable expectation of privacy. 

Q: Are the Early Childhood Education centers at Moreno Valley College and Riverside City College closing?
 A: Yes, at this time both centers are closed until further notice.

Check your college website to find out more about resources and online learning: 

Grading Options

​Q. What is a Pass/No-pass (P/NP) grade?
A. “Pass” grade is at least satisfactory, the equivalent of a “C” or better. It is not computed in your GPA
A. “No Pass” grade is less than satisfactory or failing, the equivalent of a “D” or “F” grade. It is not computed in your GPA. 

Q. What are the steps to elect a P/NP?
A.

  1. Send an email requesting Pass/No Pass and course(s) for which it is requested from RCCD student email to admissions@mvc.edu, admissions@norcocollege.edu, or admissionsriverside@rcc.edu
  2. Once processed, an Admissions & Records staff will send confirmation email back to you. 

Q. What is an Excused Withdrawal (EW) grade?
A. An "EW" grade means you are permitted to withdraw from a course(s) due to specific events beyond your control that affected your ability to complete a course(s). 

Q. What are the steps to elect an EW?
A. If you wish to drop your course(s), please proceed to do so on WebAdvisor or EduNav and send an email from your RCCD student email account to admissions@mvc.edu, admissions@norcocollege.edu, or admissionsriverside@rcc.edu by requesting the following: 

  1. The specific course or courses you wish to drop
    AND 
  2. A Withdrawal (W) grade to be modified to Excused Withdrawal (EW). EW does not impact your academic standing or repeatability of the course(s).
     AND 
  3. A refund for the dropped course(s) that our staff will process immediately. You can verify the refund amount by checking WebAdvisor’s Account Summary for accuracy. Please be mindful that it may take a few weeks before actual refunds are generated. 

Q. Is there a deadline for EW refunds?
A. Yes, the deadline to receive a refund for courses dropped with an EW is May 15, 2020. You can still drop the course with an EW after May 15, but you will not receive a refund. 

Q. How Does an EW affect my Financial Aid?
A. If you dropped course(s) due to a COVID-19 situation and received an EW grade, your financial aid will not be impacted. You will not be required to repay any financial aid funds for spring 2020 for that course. Your EW grades issued for the Spring 2020 term will also not be included in the calculation for Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) in the quantitative calculation for Pace of Progression or Maximum Time Frame and will not impact a student’s ability to receive financial aid in the future. Dropping without an EW for COVID related reasons may require repayment of any financial aid received for spring 2020. All W grades starting from March 9 (March 8 was deadline to drop without a W) will be administratively converted to EW

Q. How does a P/NP affect my Financial Aid?
A. Courses in which a student receives a grade of P or NP will be evaluated for satisfactory academic progress (SAP) calculation. Courses with NP grades will be counted as attempted, but not completed, which will affect your Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) and your future financial aid eligibility.

Q. How does a P/NP affect my transfer to the CSU system?
A. Fall 2020 Transfers and Beyond
CSU campuses will accept "Pass" for courses completed in winter, spring or summer 2020 taken to satisfy: 

   A. ​Golden Four (English language [A2], oral communication [A1], critical thinking [A3], and mathematics/quantitative reasoning [B4]); 
   B. All other General Education courses; and 
   C. Major prerequisite courses. 

For more information, please see: COVID-19 Interim Impacts on CSU Undergraduate Admissions Policies and Practices (PDF)

Q. How does a P/NP affect my transfer to the UC system?
A. UC usually allow a maximum of 14 semester transferable units of the 60 semester units required for admission to be graded on a Pass/No-pass basis. As a temporary policy due to the Covid-19 emergency, units completed in winter, spring, and summer 2020 for Pass/No-pass grades will not count toward the Pass/No-pass unit cap for UC. This applies to both current fall 2020 applicants/admits as well as prospective applicants for 2021, 2022, etc., who completed course work during winter, spring, and summer 2020. 

Some institutions require courses for the major to be completed with a letter grade; thus, a Pass grade may result in a student needing to retake a course. Please check with the individual UC campus for further information. For more information, please see: The University of California's Response to COVID-19: Admissions and Financial Aid (PDF) 

Q. How do I contact Counseling, Financial Aid, and Admissions & Records at Moreno Valley College?A. 

Q. How do I contact Counseling, Financial Aid, and Admissions & Records at Norco College?
A. 

Q. How do I contact Counseling, Financial Aid, and Admissions & Records at Riverside City College?A. 

Financial Aid

Q: Where is my refund/financial aid award?
A: Our financial aid offices are still serving our students, you may contact them at: 

Q: Where do I find my tax form for 2018. The 1098-T form?
A: You can download the 1098-T form from your WebAdvisor menu. If you paid for tuition charges or received a financial aid payment in 2019, it will be available to download. If you did not pay tuition, you will not have a 1098-T available. For questions you can email us: 

Q: How do I find out if dropping a class will affect my financial aid?
A: Please email your financial aid office from your RCCD student email account for further assistance. Please make sure to include your student ID number. 

Q: Will my financial aid be delayed due to COVID-19?
A: No, at this time financial aid is not delayed. You can check your college website for updates. Please make sure to check your student email account regularly as well. 

Admissions & Records 

Q: How do I activate my email account?
A: If your email account was deactivated, please email helpdesk@rccd.edu, or call (951) 222-8388. 

Q: I cannot log in to my Student Email/MyPortal, how do I change/reset my password:
A: Students have the ability to request a one-time passcode via GO.RCCD.EDU that will enable them to reset their password. Click here to download detailed instructions

Students who are unable to reset their password online should email their school’s Admission & Records office for assistance. 

Q: How can I forward my student email to my personal email?
A: Students can configure their RCCD email account to automatically forward emails to a personal email account. Instructions can be found here​

Q: How do I add my student email to my smart phone?
A: Apple - If you use an email provider like iCloud, Google, or Yahoo, Mail can automatically set up your email account with just your email address and password. Here's how: 

  • Go to Settings > Passwords & Accounts
  • Tap Add Account, then select your email provider 
  • Enter your email address and password 
  • Tap Next and wait for Mail to verify your account 
  • Choose information from your email account, like Contacts or Calendars
  • Tap Save 

Android 

  • Open Outlook on your Android
  • Tap the Gear Icon
  • Tap + Add Account 
  • Tap Add an Email Account 
  • Enter the email address and tap Continue
  • Tap the account you want to add
  • Follow the on-screen instructions to sign in

Parking Services

Q: Can I get a refund on my parking permit?
A: Yes, the Riverside Community College District has committed to refunding 75 percent of the cost for student parking permits, which covers the remaining months of Spring Semester 2020 (March 23-June 12). 

Refunds are expected to arrive by the end of April. 

For permits purchased online, checks will be mailed to the mailing address on file where original permits were mailed. 

For permits purchased in person, checks will be mailed to the address in the parking system. 

Please direct any questions to AccountsPayable@rccd.edu​.​

Q: Campus is closed, but can I still park on campus?
A: Only essential personnel are allowed on campus; any other vehicles are subject to citation.​ Any parking or refund related questions can be directed to Daniel Shipp at parkingservices@rccd.edu.​


Additional Resources

Q: How can I enroll in the CalFresh food program?
A: CalFresh is a nutrition program that can help households buy healthy foods. For enrollment and eligibility, visit https://www.getcalfresh.org/apply?source=bing&msclkid=157e582b0bba1cc9946b06ac4ee53fcb​​

Q: Have you lost your job?
A: Onward California has a one-stop resource for the people of California impacted by job loss during the COVID-19 pandemic. Logon to www.onwardca.org

FAQs by California Community College Chancellor’s Office can be found at: https://www.cccco.edu/About-Us/Chancellors-Office/Divisions/Communications-and-Marketing/Novel-Coronavirus/students​

Health and Prevention 

For information related to COVID-19 cases, testing sites and resources, visit: https://www.rivcoph.org/.

stay in place, maintain your space, cover your face 

You can also be screened online at https://www.projectbaseline.com/study/covid-19/. For medical-related questions, contact your health care provider or Riverside County Health Department at (951) 358-5107 and the emergency line is (951) 782-2974. For general questions regarding COVID-19, call 2-1-1. ​ ​​


Financial Aid



Grading Options


Dear RCCD Student, 

Are you aware of your grading options for Spring 2020 courses? 

You are able to elect a Pass/No-pass (P/NP) grading option for your course(s). The deadline to elect a P/NP for Spring 2020 courses is July 15, 2020. 

We also understand that you may decide to pause your attendance. In this case, when you drop your course(s) you are able to elect an Excused Withdrawal (EW). The deadline to elect an EW for Spring 2020 courses is July 15, 2020. After July 15, you still have one year from the end of your spring 2020 courses to complete an Extenuating Circumstances Petition for an EW grade. The deadline to receive a refund for courses dropped with an EW is May 15, 2020. 

What are the steps to elect a P/NP? 

  1. Send an email requesting Pass/No Pass and course(s) for which it is requested from RCCD student email to admissions@mvc.edu, admissions@norcocollege.edu, or admissionsriverside@rcc.edu
  2. Once processed, an Admissions & Records staff will send confirmation email back to you. 

What are the steps to elect an EW? 

If you wish to drop your course(s), please proceed to do so on WebAdvisor or EduNav and send an email from your RCCD student email account to admissions@mvc.edu​, admissions@norcocollege.edu, or admissionsriverside@rcc.edu by requesting the following: 

  1. The specific course or courses you wish to drop; AND 
  2. A Withdrawal (W) grade to be modified to Excused Withdrawal (EW). EW does not impact your academic standing or repeatability of the course(s); AND 
  3. A refund for the dropped course(s) will be processed by staff. You can verify the refund amount by checking WebAdvisor’s Account Summary for accuracy. Please be mindful that it may take a few weeks before actual refunds are generated. 

If you have questions, please check with your Counselor before making these decisions. 

Please refer to the student Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) at rccd.edu/covid-19 for additional information on grading options.

Frequently Asked Questions

​Q. What is a Pass/No-pass (P/NP) grade?
A. “Pass” grade is at least satisfactory, the equivalent of a “C” or better. It is not computed in your GPA
A. “No Pass” grade is less than satisfactory or failing, the equivalent of a “D” or “F” grade. It is not computed in your GPA. 

Q. What are the steps to elect a P/NP?
A.

  1. Send an email requesting Pass/No Pass and course(s) for which it is requested from RCCD student email to admissions@mvc.edu, admissions@norcocollege.edu, or admissionsriverside@rcc.edu
  2. Once processed, an Admissions & Records staff will send confirmation email back to you. 

Q. What is an Excused Withdrawal (EW) grade?
A. An "EW" grade means you are permitted to withdraw from a course(s) due to specific events beyond your control that affected your ability to complete a course(s). 

Q. What are the steps to elect an EW?
A. If you wish to drop your course(s), please proceed to do so on WebAdvisor or EduNav and send an email from your RCCD student email account to admissions@mvc.edu, admissions@norcocollege.edu, or admissionsriverside@rcc.edu by requesting the following: 

  1. The specific course or courses you wish to drop
    AND 
  2. A Withdrawal (W) grade to be modified to Excused Withdrawal (EW). EW does not impact your academic standing or repeatability of the course(s).
     AND 
  3. A refund for the dropped course(s) that our staff will process immediately. You can verify the refund amount by checking WebAdvisor’s Account Summary for accuracy. Please be mindful that it may take a few weeks before actual refunds are generated. 

Q. Is there a deadline for EW refunds?
A. Yes, the deadline to receive a refund for courses dropped with an EW is May 15, 2020. You can still drop the course with an EW after May 15, but you will not receive a refund. 

Q. How Does an EW affect my Financial Aid?
A. If you dropped course(s) due to a COVID-19 situation and received an EW grade, your financial aid will not be impacted. You will not be required to repay any financial aid funds for spring 2020 for that course. Your EW grades issued for the Spring 2020 term will also not be included in the calculation for Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) in the quantitative calculation for Pace of Progression or Maximum Time Frame and will not impact a student’s ability to receive financial aid in the future. Dropping without an EW for COVID related reasons may require repayment of any financial aid received for spring 2020. All W grades starting from March 9 (March 8 was deadline to drop without a W) will be administratively converted to EW

Q. How does a P/NP affect my Financial Aid?
A. Courses in which a student receives a grade of P or NP will be evaluated for satisfactory academic progress (SAP) calculation. Courses with NP grades will be counted as attempted, but not completed, which will affect your Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) and your future financial aid eligibility.

Q. How does a P/NP affect my transfer to the CSU system?
A. Fall 2020 Transfers and Beyond
CSU campuses will accept "Pass" for courses completed in winter, spring or summer 2020 taken to satisfy: 

   A. ​Golden Four (English language [A2], oral communication [A1], critical thinking [A3], and mathematics/quantitative reasoning [B4]); 
   B. All other General Education courses; and 
   C. Major prerequisite courses. 

For more information, please see: COVID-19 Interim Impacts on CSU Undergraduate Admissions Policies and Practices (PDF)

Q. How does a P/NP affect my transfer to the UC system?
A. UC usually allow a maximum of 14 semester transferable units of the 60 semester units required for admission to be graded on a Pass/No-pass basis. As a temporary policy due to the Covid-19 emergency, units completed in winter, spring, and summer 2020 for Pass/No-pass grades will not count toward the Pass/No-pass unit cap for UC. This applies to both current fall 2020 applicants/admits as well as prospective applicants for 2021, 2022, etc., who completed course work during winter, spring, and summer 2020. 

Some institutions require courses for the major to be completed with a letter grade; thus, a Pass grade may result in a student needing to retake a course. Please check with the individual UC campus for further information. For more information, please see: The University of California's Response to COVID-19: Admissions and Financial Aid (PDF) 

Q. How do I contact Counseling, Financial Aid, and Admissions & Records at Moreno Valley College
A. 

Q. How do I contact Counseling, Financial Aid, and Admissions & Records at Norco College?
A. 

Q. How do I contact Counseling, Financial Aid, and Admissions & Records at Riverside City College
A. 


Meal & Grocery Resources

Riverside County has a host of food, grocery, and nutrition resources to help you make the most informed decisions on where and when to venture out for necessities. Their page has local grocery hours and a list of food pantries where families in need can receive food. Additionally, you can find many local restaurants that remain open for pickup or delivery on Riverside County’s essential business map​.

We know that many students and families rely on receiving breakfast and lunch from school during an average school week. School districts in Riverside County are offering free breakfast and lunch to students in need and the CA Meals for Kids application​ can help you find nearby sites offering meals through your mobile phone.

The best choice you can make right now is to stay home, but when you must leave make sure to do so safely. For up to date resources and information, please visit my COVID-19 resource page at calvert.house.gov/COVID-19. If you have any questions regarding COVID-19 in Riverside County, please visit the Riverside County Public Health COVID-19 resource page at rivcoph.org/coronavirus​.


Student Support Programs & Services


  • Career Center
  • Cal WORKs
    • Moreno Valley College - View the CalWORKs webpage​​. 
    • Norco College - CalWORKs mid-semester check-in appointments will be completed by phone. Staff will call to schedule your phone appointment. 
    • Riverside City College - CalWORKs mid-semester check-in appointments will be completed by phone. Staff will call to schedule your phone appointment. For more information, call Ms. Katie Toler at 951-328-3701.

  • Disability Support Services/Disability Resource Center
    • Moreno Valley College - Services and accommodations for students with disabilities are available as the transition to online instruction is made, including support for the deaf/hard of hearing, testing accommodations, and recording accommodations.
      Email: dss@mvc.edu and dsscounseling@mvc.edu
      Phone: Leave a voicemail at (951) 571-6138 
    • Norco College - For Accommodations please send an email to drc@norcocollege.edu from your RCCD email. 
    • Riverside City College - For accommodations, please send an email to drc@rcc.edu from your RCCD email. You may also call the office at 951-222-8508. For ASL Interpreting, please call 951-801-5675 or Patti Carpenter 951-222-8825.

  • EOPS/CARE
    • Moreno Valley College - EOPS/CARE counseling appointments can be scheduled through email. Contact: eops@mvc.edu 
    • Norco College - ​Counseling appointments/workshops will be conducted using Zoom online. To schedule an appointment, please email us at eops@norcocollege.edu​ 
    • Riverside City College - Counseling appointments/workshops will be conducted using Zoom online. To schedule an appointment, please call (951) 222-8045 or email us at eops@rcc.edu.

  • Foster Youth
    • Moreno Valley College​ - Guardian Scholars/Foster Youth Support Services appointments and assistance can be made via email. Visit the Guardian Scholars page for contact information​.​ 
    • Norco College - Laptops will be checked out to students as needed. A flyer is available with free local Wi-Fi zones in the area. Counseling appointments available through Zoom online. Staff are using the Group Me account for immediate communications/announcements. Visit the Phoenix Scholars website​ for additional information. 
    • Riverside City College - Laptops will be checked out to students as needed. A flyer is available with free local Wi-Fi zones in the area. Counseling appointments available through Zoom online. Please call (951) 222-8937 to schedule an appointment. Staff are using the Group Me account for immediate communications/announcements. Visit the Guardian Scholars​ website for additional information. For questions, contact Jeremy.johnson@rcc.edu​ or call 951-222-8251.

  • Health Services
  • Student Life
    • Riverside City College - Please visit the Student Life website for available services.

  • Transfer Center
  • Veterans
    • Moreno Valley College - Education Service is preparing guidance for colleges that have changes in training modalities and operation statuses due to COVID-19. Congress has introduced legislation that, if enacted, will alleviate the impact to GI Bill beneficiaries for a switch to pursuit solely through distance education. In order to avoid confusion and the need to make multiple changes to enrollments, VA is asking colleges to temporarily refrain from making any adjustments to enrollment certifications if training has changed due to COVID-19. VA says it will provide further guidance. Contact: veterans@mvc.edu​ 
    • Riverside City College - The Senate and House passed S.3503 and the bill will be headed to POTUS to sign, which will give the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) the authority to continue GI Bill payments uninterrupted in the event of national emergencies. Please visit the Veterans website for available services.
      Email us at veterans.services@rcc.edu
      Call: 951-222-8607
      VA Education Call Center 1-888-442-4551 (between 8am-7pm EST, Mon-Fri.)


Mental Health/Wellness Resources


  • just. Sponsors Access to Slack for ALL Students
    Knowing how important the simple act of connection and community is during this COVID-19 crisis, we're thrilled that our partner, the period brand just., has provided support to allow free access for ALL students to join the Active Minds Slack Network! Thanks to just., students across the nation will be able to join our National Chapter Network leaders and national office staff in sharing successful strategies they're implementing to take care of themselves, to promote mental health to their now-remote campus communities, and to brainstorm new ideas on how to feel most comfortable in your new normal. Throughout the partnership with just., we’ve combined forces to reverse stigma around very normal aspects of health – like periods and mental health – so we’re excited to offer another tool to do this. Students interested in helping Active Minds to change the conversation about mental health should go to activeminds.org/slack to gain free access to this platform, courtesy of just.
  • ACC joins Active Minds TODAY to Discuss Student-Athlete Mental Health
    Active Minds will be joined by athletes and counselors from the ACC (Atlantic Coast Conference) for a Q&A style webinar conversation on Student-Athlete Mental Health During COVID-19 on Tuesday, April 14, at 7:00 p.m. ET (4PM PT). In addition to this week’s live webinar, there are more than a dozen free webinars on the calendar. Be sure to check out the events page for more details.

Additional Services


  • Food Pantry & Meal Assistance​  
    • Moreno Valley College​ - While food pantries are presently closed, grab-and-go bags are available to students who find themselves food insecure. Bags are limited, so items will be distributed on a first-come, first-serve basis. ​The Riverside County Office of Education is offering meal service to RCCD students at six locations throughout the County of Riverside. Learn more on the Meal Support page​
    • Norco College - ​​​The normal Food Pantry hours of operation have been suspended. Those in need of Food Pantry items can contact Campus Police between the hours of 10 am-2 pm Monday through Friday at 951-222-8171 to arrange for a pick-up of food items. ​Since the campus is closed, showers will not be available for student use at this time. Please check back periodically for updates​. 
    • Riverside City College - Grab and Go Hungry Tiger Food bags – Beginning March 23 bags can be picked up on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1-3pm in parking lot G, near Campus Police. Bags are handed out on a first-come, first-served basis until bags run out.​
    • Meal Support Across Riverside County - The Riverside County Office of Education offers meal service to RCCD students at six locations throughout the County. Food service will be from 8:30 am to 11:30 am. The locations below will provide two breakfast meals and two lunch meals per student so that one trip will last two days. 
      • Riverside Area: Arlington Regional Learning Center, 6511 Arlington Ave., Riverside, 92503 
      • Hemet and San Jacinto Area: Betty Gibbel Regional Learning Center, 1251 Eagle Dr., San Jacinto, 92583 
      • Southern Riverside County Area: David Long Regional Learning Center, 41350 Guava St., Murrieta, 92562 
      • Indio and Coachella Valley Area: Don Kenny Regional Learning Center 47336 Oasis St., Indio, 92562 
      • Perris and Moreno Valley Area: Val Verde Regional Learning Center, 3010 Webster Ave., Perris, 92571 
      • Palm Springs ​Area: Palm Springs Community School 1800 Vista Chino, Palm Springs, 92262 
    • Meals will be distributed at the front of the school in a to-go style. Please check your RCCD email for the latest updates.
  • Laptop Loan Program
    • Moreno Valley College: To support the transition to online teaching this semester, each college is allowing enrolled students the ability to checkout a laptop. Laptops will be released on a first-come, first-serve basis. There is no cost to students. A valid photo ID is required. Learn more on the Laptop Loan Information page​.​

  • Student Employment
    • Moreno Valley College - Direct deposit will continue as normal for student workers. Student workers who receive paper paychecks will have their check mailed to the home address currently listed in the Student Employment file. Students will be paid through March 30. If you need to update your mailing address, contact your college's Student Employment office. Contact: Angela.Rios@mvc.edu​ 
    • Norco College - Distribution of Paychecks and Paystubs – ALL paychecks and paystubs will be mailed (check pickup from the Cashier's Office is no longer available). Timesheet Submission – All timesheets and absence affidavits will be submitted electronically. At the end of the month, please complete your timesheet and e-mail it to your supervisor for review and approval. Visit the Student Employment Office website at www.norcocollege.edu/seo​ for additional information.
    • Riverside City College - Please visit the Student Employment website​ or call 951-222-8710 regarding how to submit your timesheets.

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