Norco College

Norco College is a two-year public institution of higher education, one of three colleges in the Riverside Community College District . The Norco College campus is located approximately forty miles east of Los Angeles in the city of Norco, Riverside County, California. Established as a campus of the RCCD in 1991​, 

About Us

Norco College is a two-year public institution of higher education, one of three colleges in the Riverside Community College District . The Norco College campus is located approximately forty miles east of Los Angeles in the city of Norco, Riverside County, California. Established as a campus of the RCCD in 1991​, 

Norco College offers over 80 majors including certificates, degrees, industry credentials, and free short-term certificates. Proudly serving the cities of Norco, Corona, Eastvale, Jurupa Valley, Temescal Valley, and surrounding communities. Norco College serves over 16,000 students annually as they pursue their higher education goals online and achieve career success. We are communities of people with experiences similar to your own. ​Norco College is helping to create the next generation of leaders, entrepreneurs, and game-changers.

 

Mission Statement​ 


Norco College inspires a diverse student body by an inclusive innovative approach to learning through its pathways to transfer, professional, career and technical education, certificates, and degrees. We are proud to be a pivotal hub for scholarship, arts and culture, dynamic technologies, and partnerships. Norco College encourages self-empowerment and is dedicated to transforming the lives of our students, employees, and community.

Vision Statement


We will change the trajectory of our students’ lives. We will stimulate academic, economic, and social development in our service area. We will build a comprehensive institution with the capacity and programming to serve our entire area.

 

SCHOOLS AND PROGRAMS OF STUDY

School of Arts and Humanities

Art/Art History
Communication Studies
English
Humanities
Journalism
Library
Music Industry Studies/Music
Philosophy
Reading
Theater
World Languages

 

School of Business and Management

Accounting
Business Administration
Logistics Management
Real Estate Management

 

School of Social and Behavioral Sciences

Administration of Justice 
Anthropology

Early Childhood Education 
Economics
Ethnic Studies
Guidance 
History

Political Science 
Psychology 
Sociology

 

School of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

SCIENCE & HEALTH
Anatomy & Physiology
Biology

Chemistry

Geography
Health Science
Kinesiology
Physics

TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING & MATH

Architecture

Computer Applications
CIS & Computer Science 
Construction Technology 
Drafting Technology 
Engineering
Electronics & Electrician 
Game Development 
Manufacturing

Math
Supply Chain Technology

 

Core Commitments


Norco College is dedicated to following a set of enduring Core Commitments that guide it through changing times and give rise to our Vision, Mission, and Strategic Goals. 

  • Access: Providing open admissions and comprehensive educational opportunities for all students.
  • Equity: Engineering and sustaining an environment where student success is realized by all groups with proportionate outcomes.
  • Student Success: Being an institution that places high value on the academic and personal success of students in and outside of the classroom and where meeting student needs drives all decisions regarding educational programs and services.
  • Mutual Respect: Belief in the personal dignity and full potential of every individual and in fostering positive human values in the classroom and in all interactions.
  • Collegiality: Being a supportive community that is distinctive in its civility, where the views of each individual are respected, humor and enjoyment of work are encouraged, and success is celebrated.
  • Inclusiveness: Embracing diversity in all its forms — global as well as local — and creating a supportive climate that encourages a variety of perspectives and opinions.
  • Environmental Stewardship: Being mindful of the impact we have on the environment, as individuals and as a community, and fostering environmental responsibility among our students.
  • Innovation: Valuing creative solutions and continuing to seek inventive ways to improve instruction and service to students and to the community.
  • Civic Engagement: Being fully engaged with the local community by listening to needs; establishing programs and partnerships to meet regional needs; forming alliances with other educational institutions to create a continuum of educational opportunities; and communicating information about Norco College programs and services to the external community.

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Tuition

$10,000 — $15,000 Year

Fast facts

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Affiliation

Public

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Top Programs

Child Development, Liberal Arts, Natural Science

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Type of School

2yr/Community College



  • School Size

    Small
  • Student Body Gender

    Co-ed
  • Religious Affiliation

    No Affiliation
  • Scholarships for International Students

    Yes
  • Conditional Admission Available

    No
  • Setting

    City, Suburban
  • Type of Housing

    Apartment

Norco CA
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2001 3rd street Norco, CA

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