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: What is the impact on classes?
A: Following the Riverside County Public Health officials order to reduce the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), the Riverside Community College District (RCCD) - Moreno Valley College, Norco College and Riverside City College, classes have transitioned to an online/remote environment until further notice. This includes District Office employees.
Updates and details will be provided as they become available at
www.rccd.edu/covid19. All RCCD locations are closed for in-person lectures, labs, meetings and events until further notice.
Q: How has COVID-19 and the District’s response impacted Districtwide events?
A: Following the Riverside County Public Health officials order to reduce the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), the Riverside Community College District (RCCD) - Moreno Valley College, Norco College and Riverside City College, suspended all on-site functions, including events, until further notice. This took effect on March 16.
Health and Prevention
For information related to COVID-19 cases, testing sites and resources, visithttps://www.rivcoph.org/
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.
Travel and Events
Q: Are there any restrictions in place for District related travel?
A: All District/College related travel is suspended until further notice. No New Travel reservations should be made at this time, until further notice. The District encourages participation in virtual meetings and conference attendance (via zoom or through teleconferencing).
Q: What is the Travel Cancellation Procedure?
A: Travel already booked should be canceled. It is recommended that travel be canceled 72 hours prior to departure. There may be a chance that the airline will cancel the flight due to cuts in service to domestic/international routes, as demands for travel is declining. If that’s the case, passengers are often entitled to a refund of the ticket price and associated fees when the airline is at fault. When the passenger cancels a non-refundable tickets, in most cases, the airline will issue a credit or travel voucher good for future use on the airline and not a full refund.
Q: Can I get a refund on my parking permit?
A: Parking refunds are under review. Please contact Parking Services for additional information.
Q: Campus is closed, but can I still park on campus?
A: Only essential personnel are allowed on campus with special permit; any other vehicles are subject to citation. Contact your supervisor for additional information. Any other parking or refund related questions should be directed to Daniel Shipp at