Founded in 1916, Riverside Community College is a community college located in Riverside, California. First founded in 1916, the school went through major expansions in both 1924 and 1965. Today, the school boasts roughly 21,000 enrollees at any given time spread across three campuses in Riverside City, Norco, and Moreno Valley in addition to education centers including the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department Ben Clark Public Safety Training Center, the Rubidoux Annex, and the Center for Teaching Excellence at Stokoe.
The college is in the planning stages for the Riverside School for the Arts, a $57 million project that will prepare students for careers in the film industry. This facility will be located in the community of White Park.