What You Should Know
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
RCC is a very affordable option compared to a public or private university. Our tuition is only $46 per credit hour. We encourage all students to apply for financial aid, even if you don’t think you will be eligible. We have fee waiver programs, scholarships, and The Promise program which covers tuition, fees, and a book voucher for two years for eligible students.
Registration is done online through MyPortal, EduNav or WebAdvisor. Watch the registration tutorial for step-by-step instructions. If you need hands-on support with registration, please visit the RCC Welcome Center. If you aren’t sure what classes to register for, please make an appointment to see a counselor.
If you are a California College and Career Access Pathways (CCAP) student, please follow step by step instructions for registration.
If you plan to park on campus, you will need a parking permit. Daily passes are available across campus at marked parking kiosks, or you can order a semester permit online via WebAdvisor or MyPortal. You can view a quick tutorial video on purchasing your parking pass online here: https://youtu.be/P7JcGSfKTcU
Students can park in white-lined spaces while displaying their parking pass. Parking tickets will be issued if you do not display your permit. Familiarize yourself with the different lots, and allow yourself time to find an open stall. Yellow-striped spaces are for staff only. Please be aware of the rules and follow them to avoid a citation. Parking is limited. To save money and avoid traffic congestion you may want to use your FREE RTA bus pass, carpool or plan your trips to campus.
Please make sure your financial aid application is complete, and you have turned in any requested documents. Get your RCC ID card, parking permit (if needed), visit your engagement center, obtain your text books, and familiarize yourself with learning where your classes are by taking a campus tour (we have virtual options too!). You can view and print your schedule on MyPortal. It is a great idea to screen shot and/or print your schedule. For assistance in viewing your class schedule online, view this tutorial video: https://youtu.be/tKO4mdA_-Dg
If your professor allows you to enroll in their class, they'll provide you with an authorization code. You can then use the authorization code to add the class online. Please view our quick video here https://youtu.be/VsmGf0xUtWc on information about a waitlist and how to use an authorization/add code. For problems using an add code, email email@example.com
To drop a class, go to WebAdvisor or MyPortal and choose the correct option to drop your class. Pay careful attention to deadlines by clicking the class for more information. If you need help dropping your class, please watch our tutorial videos. For MyPortal, click here: https://youtu.be/SPTkZP-0ur4 For EduNav, click here: https://youtu.be/LiwASaYu-Ic. If you owe a balance and have a hold on your account, you will need to go to email firstname.lastname@example.org Admissions & Records to drop the class in person (please bring your photo ID
Your Student ID will not work until you are registered in classes and until the semester begins. If you have registered for classes, Admissions & Records can check to make sure your name is on the Riverside Transit Agency (RTA) list. The RTA list is sent out each Monday and Thursday. Please keep in mind if you are only on a waitlist and not actively enrolled in a class, you will not be on the RTA list.
Easy! If you know how to login to WebAdvisor or MyPortal, the link to order official transcripts is under Academic Profile. If you don’t remember your student ID number or forgot your password, you can order your transcript directly through the Credentials website by clicking here: https://www.credentials-inc.com/tplus/?ALUMTRO001270