COVID-19 Information Page

Official Spring II Return to Play Statement 


Latest updates (11/7/2020): CCCAA Board of Directors Continue with Contingency Plan, Clarification on Opt-in/Opt-out Dates

The CCCAA Board of Directors has unanimously adopted and approved a new COVID plan of action. 


CCCAA COVID-19 Working Group Guiding Principles

Recommendations as of June 4, 2020 

New Updates as of 11/7/20

RCC COVID-19 Reporting Procedures (as of 12/4/2020)

Request to Visit RCC Campus Form

If you have an urgent need to visit campus to pick up documents, instructional materials, or office supplies, or clear out your office due to a retirement, please complete this form at least 24 hours prior to your visit.

Staff: Please obtain the approval of your direct supervisor before submitting the form.

Faculty: You may have access to campus in order to complete urgent and essential work in your offices and instructional spaces.

Complete the form AND arrive and depart according to the time you specify Monday through Friday. The details of your visit will be shared with your Dean, the Vice Presidents, Facilities, and College Police.

NOTE 1: No furniture or equipment will be allowed to be removed from office without prior approval.

NOTE 2: All District, county, and state guidelines regarding face coverings and social distancing must be followed.

NOTE 3: When arriving and leaving the college, please notify RCCD College Police at (951) 222-8171.

NOTE 4: On the morning of your planned day of arrival on campus, Please take a simple Health Survey through COVID-19: Self-Assessment of Symptoms on your smartphone. You may be requested to show the completed Health Survey while on campus.


Rave Guardian & Safe Retun to Campus Plan

All employees must self-check daily for any symptoms of COVID-19 prior to leaving home and entering the workplace. The Rave Guardian is available for all employees and students through the Google App Store or Apple App Store. 

Symptom Checker

CDC Guidelines: Employees who have symptoms when they arrive at work or become sick during the day should be immediately sent home.

Employees with the following symptoms may have COVID-19:

  • Fever or Chills
  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
  • Fatigue
  • Muscle or body aches
  • Headache
  • Loss of taste or smell
  • Sore throat
  • Congestion or runny nose
  • Nausea or  vomiting
  • Diarrhea

View the full district plan and guidelines here


EW/Pass No Pass

students may elect Pass/No-pass (P/NP) grades and apply for the Excused Withdrawal (EW) option for COVID-19 related reasons. You may wish to provide specific information to students on how to make these requests. This can be found on page 2 of this letter. 

  • Pass/No-Pass Grades: 
    • Last Day for students to request a Pass/No-pass grading option is December 21, 2020.
    • Once a student elects the P/NP option, it cannot be reversed.
    • UC and CSU systems have not stated that they will be providing the same concessions for Pass/No-Pass grades as they did during the spring 2020 semester. 
    • Students should be encouraged to seek academic counseling to fully understand the implications of P/NP grades before making this choice.
  • Excused Withdrawals (EW):  
    • Last Day for students to request an EW grade is December 21, 2020. 
    • This is available to students who receive a W or FW grade due to COVID-19 related issues. 
    • Students must request the EW grade change through the Admissions and Records office of their home college.


Drive Up Wireless Internet

Drive-up wireless Internet is now available during campus hours in the Magnolia parking structure (all floors), Kane parking lot, and Lovekin Complex parking lot, as previously advertised. Additionally, parking lots E, P, H, and the handicap spaces north of the tennis courts will also provide access to drive-up wireless Internet. 

For directions on how to access the wireless internet, access the internet, please click here


Important Dates:
Fall Schedule Posting - June 15, 2020
Fall Priority Registration - July 6, 2020

Important Notice from the Chancellor's Office:

Dear Colleagues,

We are writing to provide some preliminary information on the fall 2020 schedule. 

It is clear that due to requirements for physical and social distancing, there will be no face-to-face only sections offered.  Hence, all lecture classes will be offered online. 

Courses in the CTE, STEM, and Arts areas with practicum, lab, or performance components that can comply with requirements of physical and social distancing will be offered in a hybrid modality with permission from the county.

In the next two weeks, we will provide more details as we learn more about the situation in our county and state.

At this time, please do not change any attendance accounting methods in the fall 2020 schedule as we are developing our emergency blanket distance education addenda that allow us the flexibility to offer our courses in an online/hybrid mode.

Fall schedule posting will occur on June 15 and priority registration will begin on July 6.

Thank you for your patience, perseverance, and dedication to our students and community.  Please let us know if you have any questions or concerns.


Wolde-Ab Isaac, RCCD Chancellor
Susan Mills, Vice Chancellor, Educational Services and Strategic Planning


Virtual Ceremony Information 

The 2020 Commencement Ceremony will be available for viewing on Friday, June 12th.  The ceremony will consist of a variety of speakers and a slideshow of graduates. Students will customize their own slide which they will be able to download and share on social media.   

Creating the Commencement Slide   

Students received an email from Marching Orders/AdmissionsRiverside with log in instructions. They MUST log in and upload items (photo, quote, name pronunciation) BY MAY 20th to participate in the virtual commencement. This is a hard deadline from our vendor.  There are absolutely no exceptions to this deadline, so please ensure that students you are working with follow the instructions and complete the slide information by the deadline. If you have questions, please let me know!   

Cap and Gown Information for Students 

Academic regalia (cap and gown), will be available for purchase through the RCC bookstore: . Information regarding ordering and shipping will be available on the bookstore website soon.  Wearing regalia is not required for students to participate in the virtual commencement. However, if they choose to come back to walk in 2021, they will need regalia.  

In-Person Option  

All 2020 graduates will be invited to participate in next year’s commencement in June 2021.   

Feeding Hungry Tigers Program
Distribution of Hungry Tiger grab and go bags will take place in front of the warehouse by the tennis courts on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 a.m. - 11 a.m.

Student Health & Psychological Services
Visit the Special Online Hub - CLICK HERE

Library Services
The Library is still here to serve students, faculty, staff and anyone else who wants to visit the library. 
Library Link HERE

Academic Support & Tutorial Services
Free Online Tutoring with RCC Tutors via Zoom (50 minute appointments) - Schedule Appointments HERE
Free Online Tutoring 24/7 via Smarthinking - Log In & Schedule Appointments HERE

Athletic Training
Zoom Scheduling
Every Tuesday & Thursday from 11 a.m. - 12 p.m.: Open Clinic Hours for Existing Athletes - Schedule Zoom HERE
Every Wednesday 11 a.m. - 12 p.m.: General Wellness Talks for Athletes (not open for scheduling) - Zoom Link HERE
Online Mental Health Services from Health & Psychology - View Tutorial HERE

  • All RCC students, faculty and staff have access to use Care Solace website and services until June 30, 2020

T.I.G.E.R.S. Program - Academic Advisement & Support Services
Loren and Jaclyn are available remotely. They can be accessed through VIDEO CONFERENCE or PHONE CALLS.
Their RCC phone numbers are inactive. They will reach out to you. 

Schedule Zoom Appointment with Loren Overbo - SCHEDULE HERE
Schedule Zoom Appointment with Jaclyn Myers - SCHEDULE HERE

Athletic Learning Center Web Page

Eligibility & Compliance
Schedule Zoom Appointment with Kaladon Stewart | (310) 913-0180 | SCHEDULE HERE
Equipment Management
For calls or zoom appointments, email Javonn Askins - 

Sports Information & Athletic Communication
For Zoom Appointments, call or email Nicho DellaValle - |  (805) 451-1376

Homeless or Housing Insecurities
County of Riverside Homeless Services - LINK HERE

Letter of Interest - Orange Empire Conference (OEC) Sports & Cheer/STUNT
Be sure to use the Letter of Interest as the language going out to recruits and/or parents. As you know, the NLI is a binding agreement where our Letter of Interest is non-binding.
It is a the CCCAA violation if we were to advertise our document as an NLI. 
Letter of Interest - Download HERE

Refunds & Withdrawals
Students must email, and provide their name, student ID number, and what they are requesting as the reason that an excused withdrawal "EW" is necessary and how the refund being requested is due to a circumstance of COVID-19. An "EW" or refund are not guaranteed if these steps are not followed.

CARES Act Funding
Students are to be encouraged to apply for CARES Act funding. The quick and easy application is accessible on WebAdvisor under the Financial Aid menu, “CARES Application”. Please remind students that the deadline is the 8th of May, so they should apply right away.  If students have any questions, they should contact

President Leadership Team Reports
April 29, 2020

Important Links
RCC Athletics Web Page
Riverside City College Web Page
RCC Athletics Social Media - Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube
Athletic Learning Center Web Page
RCC Athletic Learning Center Instagram
Riverside City College Instagram