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SP​ONSORS

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ASNC logo seal

SchoolsFirst Federal Credit Union logo
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Riverside County Supervisor Karen Spiegel logo
Altura Credit Union logo

Monica L. Green, Ed.D.,
​President​​


 
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Dr. Maureen Sinclair

Scott and Susan Wing​​

Temescal Palms Lodge 314 logo


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Dr. Dominique Hitchcock​

Pavez Family, LLC

Ailene Zamora​

Jurupa Valley Chamber of Commerce logo

Denise Terrazas,
Executive Administrative Assistant

William Hedrick​,
RCCD Board of Trustees

Mark DeAsis,
Dean, Admissions & Records



Corona Regional Medical Center logo


Bash Family in honor of
Corporal Allen Bash
United States Marine Corps,
1st Marine Division​

Norco College
​Executive Team​



 ​Giving Week Newsletters
Click on the link to read the latest news release​.

For questions contact the RCCD Foundation at (951) 222-8626.



 ​Giving Week
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Norco College Friends and Partners,

We are kicking-off our second annual Giving Week on October 4-8, and our goal is to raise $40,000 for the newly established Norco College Endowed V​eterans Scholarship, which will support student veterans each year with books, tuition and living expenses.

This year's Giving Week will feature testimonials of our veteran students, alumni and donors, along with a sneak peek of the new Veterans Resource Center. Your support will help provide the necessary resources our students veterans need to attain academic success. Please donate​ today. For sponsorship opportunities, please contact the RCCD Foundation office at 951-222-8626.

Norco College has a history of doing great work with veterans. We have an active Vet​erans Resource Center serving over 500 students from the armed services. Through our VRC, we provide veterans with support for financial aid, GI Bill, counseling, academic support, camaraderie, and more. The VRC maintains a close relationship with the Navy base adjacent to the college and successfully led in the development of federal legislation to assist veterans with college finances and turning military credit to college credit through the Military Articulation Platform (MAP). For these reasons and more, Norco College has been named a Military Friendly School and has been identified a Best for Vets College six times since 2015 by the Military Times​.

Our veteran students selflessly go out of their way to protect our core liberties, which is why Norco College is committed to serving them with the same selfless dedication. You can help too by sponsoring Giving Week. Will you chip in and help us meet our goal?

This opportunity comes at a perfect timebecause we are celebrating 30-years of transformation​ and gearing up for the grand opening of the new Veterans Resource Center this fall. Get inspired and view sponsors, our promise to veterans​, VRC construction photos, renderings, videos and more. 

Thank you for supporting Norco College Veterans!

With gratitude,
​​Monica L. Green, Ed.D.
President, Norco College ​

DONATE​ TODAY

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Giving Week Videos

Friday, October 8

Giving Week 2021 - Invest in Norco College

Giving Week 2021 - Invest in Our Future

Giving Week 2021 - Wrap Up Video

Thursday, October 7

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Giving Week 2021 - Veterans Resource Center Sneak Peek

Giving Week 2021 - William Hedrick, RCCD Board of Trustees


Wednesday, October 6

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Giving Week 2021 - Edwin Duarte Jr

Giving Week 2021 - Daryl Palmer


Tuesday, October 5

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Giving Week 2021 - Andre Rodrigo

Giving Week 2021 - Sgt. Major Coker


Monday, October 4

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Welcome Message from the President of Norco College

Giving Week 2021 - Norco College Faculty and Alumni Ruben Aguilar


Future Veterans Resource Center

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Groundbreaking Video

View the groundbreaking video released on 11/10/2020 of the new Veterans Resource Center (VRC), which is slated to open in mid-fall. (Read More​)


THANK YOU TO OUR DONORS:

​​​​Aaron Brown
​​Chris Clarke
​​Gabriela Cortez
​​Gail Crowell
Monica Esparza
Rebeccah Goldware
​Monica Green
​​Mark Hartley
Caroline Hutchings
​​Tenisha James
Daniela McCarson
Valorie Piper
​​Jose Sentmanat​
​​Launa Wilson​

Future Veterans Resource Center

​​Groundbreaking Photos​

Norco College President, Monica Green with alumni veterans and VRC pioneers, Assembly member Sabrina Cervantes, and RCCD Trustee Bill Hedrick.

Norco College President, Monica Green with alumni veterans and VRC pioneers, Assemblymember Sabrina Cervantes, and RCCD Trustee Bill Hedrick.


​Construction Photos and Updates​

Renderings


​​Rendering of future Veterans Resource Center
Rendering of future Veterans Resource Center
Rendering of future Veterans Resource Center including quote at bottom
A look inside the Future Norco College ​Veterans Resource Center
​​Norco College Veterans Resource Center Floor Plan
Norco College Veterans Resource Center Floor Plan
Norco College Veterans Resource Center Exterior Building Materials
Norco College Veterans Resource Center Exterior Building Materials

​Norco College Named Best for Vets

Military Times Best Colleges for Vets 2021

For the sixth time since 2015, Norco College ranked Best for Vets by the Military Times.

Norco College ranked 40​ nationally in the two-year colleges category and five of only eight California community colleges to make the ranking.

“What an honor to be repeatedly ranked among the best colleges for veterans,” said President Monica Green. “Norco College is committed to serving veterans and active service members in their transition from classroom to career. I share this excitement with our remarkable employees, students and community members.”

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To read more of the article, click ​​here.​​

​Norco College Promise to Veterans

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