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Riverside Community College District

Riverside Community College District
Established 1916
Type community college
Chancellor Dr. Gregory Grey
Location Riverside, California, United States
Campus 3 community college campuses, 3 specialize training campuses, 2 annex/learning centers

The Riverside Community College District, or RCCD, is the community college district serving Riverside, California, United States, and neighboring cities. It is part of the California Community Colleges System. The California Community College system is a part of the state's three-tier public higher education system, which also includes the University of California system and California State University system.

RCCD consists of following:

Three two-year, associate's degree-awarding campuses:

Three specialized training campuses:

Two annex / learning centers


External links

  • Riverside Community College District
  • The Logistics Management Program
  • Ben Clark Public Safety Training Center

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