Whether you’re new to Norco College or you’ve been here before, Admissions and Records on the first floor of the Student Services Building is the place to begin or continue your educational journey.
WHO CAN APPLY?
Norco College is open to anyone who has graduated from high school, passed the California High School Proficiency Exam, earned a Certificate of Completion, passed the GED examination or is 18 years of age or older.
IMPORTANT APPLICATION INFORMATION
The online admission application will allow you to select one of the three colleges of the Riverside Community College District. If you intend to receive services at Norco College, you MUST set the college option to NORCO COLLEGE.
||Your home college location is where you will receive most services including Assessment, Counseling, Student Financial Services, CalWORKs, EOPS/CARE, Veterans Services, and Student Support Services.|
||Example: If the home college location that is listed on your application is Moreno Valley, you may be directed to Moreno Valley to obtain services regardless of your home address.|
||Your home college location is tied to the admission application. You may only submit one application for any college in the district, per term by the application deadline.|
||You may only select, or change to, an academic program that is offered at your home college location.|
||Special programs require a supplemental application process. Selecting Nursing, Dental Hygiene, Vocational Nursing, and Physician Assistant as academic programs do not automatically admit you into the program. |
||Submit application and complete A.O.C. (if applicable) by date below to receive a registration appointment according to the new Order of Registration.|
||JAN. 6 - FEB. 13
||DEC. 22, 2013
||OCTOBER 30, 2013|
||FEB. 18 - JUN. 12
||FEB. 3, 2014
||DECEMBER 18, 2013|
- New Students
(For a new student who has previously never attended college)
- Continuing Students
(For students who were enrolled in a course after the first two weeks or 20% of the course in the previous primary term [fall/spring] or intersession)
- Returning Students
(For students who have missed one or more primary terms - fall/spring)
- Transferring Students
(For students who have attended college elsewhere but have never enrolled in RCCD classes)
Due to budget cuts, Norco College no longer publishes the Class schedule or Course Catalog in print. However they are available online — please use the links below to access them.