Norco College Class Schedule
2001Third Steet, Norco, CA 92860 | (951) 372-7000 |
Prior to registering for face-to-face or hybrid classes, students must have at least their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccination, and report their vaccination status in the Cleared4 system using the private link sent to each student's email address.
The second dose of COVID-19 vaccines that have a recommended second dose must be administered after the recommended waiting period, and at least 14 days prior to the first day of the term for which students are registering.
In order to attend classes and before accessing any in-person services or RCCD facilities, students must have a green pass from Cleared4. Eligibility for a green pass is granted 14 days after the student's proof of COVID-19 vaccinations is uploaded to the Cleared4 system.
All students, including students who do not have a green pass from Cleared4, may sign up for online classes and may access student services online.
Students seeking an exemption from the vaccination policy should apply for an Academic Adjustment (accommodation) through the Disability Resource Center/Disabled Students Services (DRC/DSS) after receiving a medical vaccine exemption from their health care provider. Students may begin the application and submit the required documents here. For more information students should visit their college's DRC/DSS website.
Students who have applied for and received an Academic Adjustment, may be eligible to attend face-to-face and hybrid courses in-person if those classes are not offered at an RCCD college in an online format.
Due to the Novel Corona Virus (COVID-19) and requirements for physical and social distancing Riverside Community College District will be offering classes in the following ways:
Online classes are distance education classes with no scheduled meeting days. Students will log in to Canvas and complete work regularly throughout the week. Canvas and other technologies will be required to complete coursework.
Regular Meeting (REG MEET)
Distance education classes with regular weekly meeting during scheduled days and times. Students will attend class online during the published course times. Additionally, students will log in to Canvas and complete work regularly throughout the week. Canvas and other technologies will be required to complete coursework.
Occasional Meeting (OCC MEET)
Distance education classes with occasional meetings during scheduled days and times. Students will occasionally attend class online during the published course times. Additionally, students will log in to Canvas and complete work regularly throughout the week. Canvas and other technologies will be required to complete coursework.
Face to Face (F2F)
Face to Face classes are in person and on-campus classes with weekly scheduled meeting days and times. Students will complete the semester on campus unless the college is ordered to discontinue face to face classes. If face to face courses are discontinued, and the course cannot be completed through distance education, it will be cancelled.
Hybrid classes are distance education courses combined with on-campus face to face classes that will meet on required scheduled meetings days and times unless the college is ordered to discontinue face to face classes. If face to face courses are discontinued, and the course cannot be completed through distance education, it will be cancelled. Canvas and other technologies will be required to complete coursework.
For more information on Canvas, Riverside Community College District’s Learning Management System, please visit the Distance Education website:
Technology for Online Courses
A desktop or laptop computer with internet access should be the primary device used for online courses in Canvas. While Canvas can be used on mobile devices, such as tablets, Chromebooks, and cell phones, Canvas does not always function properly with mobile browsers, and there are features within Canvas that your instructor might use that do not appear in the Canvas app for mobile devices. In addition, some of the third-party applications that your instructor may have integrated in your Canvas course may not work on your mobile device. There is limited mobile support for Canvas, so if you have a problem with Canvas using the mobile app, you may not be able to get help.
Your instructor may require that you take online proctored tests that use a webcam and microphone. Please check with your instructor to be sure that you are aware of hardware and software requirements for your course.