Message from the President​
​                      Dr. Wolde-Ab Isaac
Educational institutions are known for looking ahead planning educational services and academic preparedness for the next generation of students. However, as Riverside City College prepares to celebrate its centennial, in addition to our future plans we’ll have a chance to reflect on our educational history and our strong community roots.

Over the next year, Riverside City College will host several events, allowing the College and community to reflect on the College’s history as well as celebrate the College’s place in the educational process in the Inland Empire.

We hope over the course of the next year to reconnect with our alumni, welcome the opening of the Dr. Charles A. Kane Student Services Building, which will consolidate student services under one roof, and, yes,​ continue to plan in order to meet the needs of our next generation of students.
In 2016, Riverside City College will raise the curtain on two new projects, the Coil School for the Arts and Culinary Academy, both part of the District’s Centennial Plaza project, and the Dr. Charles A. Kane Student Services Building on campus, which will consolidate student services under one roof.

One of our goals during the yearlong centennial celebration is to reconnect with cherished alumni. I hope you’ll take a few minutes to share your favorite Riverside City College by clicking on Share Your Story tab. Ultimately, Riverside City College is proud of its rich educational tradition, and we hope that our community cherishes her place in history.


Wolde-Ab Isaac, Ph.D.