Vaccination & Masking Requirement Lifted -
ALL Students Can Take IN-PERSON Classes
Riverside Community College District has removed its vaccination requirement to attend classes at any of its three colleges. Students can sign up for in-person, hybrid and online classes at Moreno Valley College, Norco College, and Riverside City College regardless of vaccination status.
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The Board of Trustees'
Resolution No. 07-22/23
(approved on September 8, 2022) has ended the mandates for masking. While the trustees have removed this requirement, masks are still highly recommended while indoors at District and college facilities. Additionally, indoor masking requirements may apply if an outbreak should occur or if directed by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, the California Division of Occupational Safety and Health, or the Riverside County Department of Public Health.
NO MASKS OR VACCINE VERIFICATION REQUIRED
Students, employees and visitors are no longer required to verify vaccinations in the Cleared4 System. The "blue pass" from the Cleared4 System that was required previously has been discontinued.
COVID-19 Testing will be available to students, staff and visitors on specified days and locations at the District offices and each college.
The District is currently providing onsite Saliva PCR tests for employees and students as follows:
Norco College– West End Quad W7
Moreno Valley College– Admin Annex
CAADO– 3rd Floor Conference Rooms
Riverside City College – Bradshaw Heritage Room
Please Note: Do not eat or drink an hour before giving a sample; water is OK to 30 minutes before the test.
You can also find the free testing offered by the County and the City using the following links:
Students with a Positive Test Result, Symptoms of Illness, or known close contact exposure
are expected to fill out a reporting form to their college's Student Health Services office through the links provided here:
Instructions on current isolation and quarantine procedures, further testing requirements, and when to return to class, will be emailed from Student Health Services.
District and College Personnel with a Positive Test Result are expected to fill out this reporting form, and then follow the directions provided in the return email from RCCD Risk Management.
The Board also directed District leadership to
HIGHLY RECOMMEND masking while indoors at District and college facilities. Additionally, indoor masking requirements may apply if an outbreak should occur or if directed by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, the California Division of Occupational Safety and Health, or the Riverside County Department of Public Health.