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Grants and Scholarships

2014/2015 RCCD Foundation Scholarships

Riverside Community College District (RCCD) Foundation offers scholarships for continuing and transferring students. Qualifications for scholarships vary, such as financial need, academic performance, selected major or academic program, career goal, club or volunteer and community involvement, etc. To receive a scholarship, student must complete the scholarship application and go through the eligibility and selection process. Scholarships are usually awarded to the student(s) who best fit the criteria as established by the donor or organization providing the scholarship funds.

***Please note: The application period for RCCD Foundation Scholarships has ended for the 2014-2015 academic year. Notification of results will take place in early May.***


Financial Aid Information

Financial aid is available in the form of grants, scholarships, work study, and loans.  Read More >> 


2014-15 RCCD Scholarship Information for High School Students

The Scholarship Application for the 2014-2015 academic year for Riverside Community College District (RCCD) available to current high school seniors. This is your opportunity to apply for scholarship funds to help you attain your educational goals and dreams! Read More >>


2013-2014 RCCD Scholarship

Number of Norco College Scholarship Applicants

2012-2013

2011-2012

2010-2011

171

94

40


The Community Scholars Scholarship for High School Seniors

The Community Scholars Program is a joint endeavor of The Community Foundation, Riverside Community College District Foundation, California Baptist University, La Sierra University, the University of Redlands and other generous philanthropists in our community who share a commitment to education. The objective of the scholarship is to reward students who have shown excellence in scholastic achievement, community involvement and mastery of knowledge while in local high schools. 
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Child Development Grant

The “Child Development Grant” is designed for students who are attending a California community college or a four-year institution and pursuing a Child Development Permit to teach or supervise in licensed children’s centers. Read More >>