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Student Services

Student Services are programs designed to help you be successful in college. Our Student Services professionals are committed to empowering college students by enhancing personal and educational achievements through our comprehensive programs and services. Student Services is dedicated to educating, serving, supporting, and promoting student success for a diverse community of learners in a student-centered environment.


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Admissions & Records

The Admissions & Records Office is open for in person assistance. For additional assistance, you may use the ChatBot feature available on our website or email us at

For requests and forms please check WebAdvisor, or select the Services and Forms link on this page. For processing, please email your request/form from your RCCD student email account to

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.

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. 



Students - Know Your Rights! Watch this video for more information on assessment tests. California Assembly Bill AB 705 requires colleges to take into account high school coursework, high school grades, and high school grade point average when determining math and English placement upon enrollment.


Hours of Operation

  • Mon-Thu: 8 am - 6 pm
  • Fri: 8 am - 12 pm
  • Sat & Sun:  Closed

College-Wide Closures

  • April 1, 2024
  • May 24, 2024
  • June 19, 2024
  • May 27, 2024
  • June 19, 2024
  • July 4, 2024
  • September 2, 2024
  • November 11, 2024
  • November 28 & 29, 2024

Student Services Bldg. First Floor

Phone: (951) 372-7002

Visit the Admissions & Records website for additional information.

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Career Center

The Norco College Career Center serves students and alumni through career planning and employment services to connect them with tools, resources, people, and organizations that support their paths to success in the workforce. 

  • Career planning and employment support services are available online at
  • Career counseling appointments are available through web conference (Zoom) or by phone.  To schedule an appointment, please send an e-mail to and include your name, ID number, phone number, and availability.
  • Local job postings are available online through NC Connect at

Visit the Career Center website for additional information.


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  • Scheduling Appointments - Click the link in WebAdvisor or on the Counseling Webpage
  • Counseling Appointments- will take place through Zoom SARS
  • Student Education Plan – you can find your education plan in EduNav
  • Email:

Visit the Counseling website for additional information. 

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Disability Resource Center (DRC)

What the DRC offers students: 

Every student is ensured equal access to their college experience. We support enrolled students with reasonable academic adjustments for educational opportunities. We promote self-advocacy and independence for students with disabilities.




Office Hours

Monday - Thursday: 8am - 4pmFriday: 8am - 12pmLocation: CSS106 Virtual services available Contact Us: Email: drc@norcocollege.eduTo contact the DRC, please call (951) 372-7070, or visit them on campus in the Center for Student Success, 1st Floor, Room CSS 106.Video Phone: (951) 547 - 1178 (For ASL use only)  Visit the Disability Resource Center webpage for additional information.


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Dual Enrollment

The Benefits of Dual Enrollment

High School students take college course on their High School campus, taught by college faculty or High School teacher who meet Minimum Qualifications to teach college-level course:

  • All student services fees are waived
  • All Unit fees are waived
  • Textbooks are provided for all on high school campus college courses
  • The program is FREE to all students
  • Builds confidence
  • Students are on their home campus which is less intimidating when starting college courses
  • Students do not need to worry about transportation to the college campus
  • Dual Enrollment gets the student on their program of study (pathway) faster which saves the student time and money
  • Not sure which pathway to choose? The program is a great way for students to explore different pathways at no cost and not wasting their college years on experimentation of courses
  • The Dual Enrollment program helps to transition the students from high school to college rigor, policies and procedures
  • Credit-bearing college courses are counted as core courses or elective high school credits
  • Most college courses are CSU and or UC approved.
  • Dual Enrollment courses, in most cases, are a weighted grade for the student high schools GPA
  • Student earns college grade based on multiple and varied assessments throughout a course, not just from one high-stakes test
  • Student earns transcript college credit at the time they successfully pass the course

Visit the Dual Enrollment webpage for additional information.

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is a cluster of academic support programs 
that assist students disadvantaged by language, social, economic, and educational circumstances. The programs primarily serve students from low-income backgrounds, first-generation, single parents, and former foster youth. Comprehensive academic and support services are provided to increase students' retention, graduation, and transfer to four-year colleges and universities. 

You can manage your EOPS Counseling appointments by clicking one of the buttons below. After booking your appointment you will receive an email confirmation (to your RCCD email address) with a Zoom url meeting link. Please save this email to access your online appointment.


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Visit the EOPS/CARE/NextUp webpage for additional information.

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Financial Aid (Student Financial Services)

The Norco College Student Financial Services Department is dedicated to providing quality customer service and financial aid assistance to all students in need of financial resources to help them achieve their educational goals.

Business Hours

  • Mondays: 8:00am - 4:30pm
  • Tuesdays: 8:00am - 4:30pm
  • Wednesdays: 8:00am - 4:30pm
  • Thursdays: 8:00am - 4:30pm
  • Fridays: 8:00am 12:00pm

Our office can be reached by:


Please email us from your RCCD student  email account, and include your Name and Student ID number in your email.


(951) 372-7009

Please include your name and Student ID Number, and phone number in your  voicemail.


Visit the Student Financial Services website for additional information.

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Basic Needs

Basic Needs
: Norco College believes that in order to learn, students need to have their basic needs met: food to eat and a safe place to live. If you face challenges securing food, housing, or other basic needs, you are not alone, and Norco College may be able to help during this time of crisis. We invite you to learn about the many resources available to support you by contacting or stopping by the Engagement Center in ST107. Students, staff, and faculty can drop in during open hours, grab a snack and talk with a BNW Ambassador for resources, ideas and strategies connected to their challenges and/or support completing the CalFresh application. Or for direct support contact, Kimberly Thomas, Supervisor of the Basic Needs and Wellness program. 

Visit the Basic Needs website for additional information.

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Foster Youth

Foster Youth is a collaboration between college and community partners to lead the effort in improving the educational experience and outcomes of young people from foster care at Norco College.

Contact Us: 
Phone: (951) 738-7743 

Visit the Phoenix Scholars website for additional information

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Student Employment Office

  • Distribution of Paychecks and Paystubs – ALL paychecks and paystubs will be mailed (check pickup from the Cashier's Office is no longer available).
  • Timesheet Submission – All timesheets and absence affidavits will be submitted electronically.  At the end of the month, please complete your timesheet and e-mail it to your supervisor for review and approval.

Visit the Student Employment Office website for additional information.

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Transfer Center 

Our transfer center staff is here to help you learn about important transfer information, requirements, and processes so you can increase your ability to transfer to a four-year university. We serve as the Central Hub on campus for transfer support, services, and resources.

To assist in this effort, we strive to provide comprehensive transfer activities such as our Transfer Fairs and various transfer-focused workshops. We provide knowledge on the transfer pathways available to you, transfer guarantee programs, major and career exploration, transfer application support, meetings with various universities, and transfer counseling services. 

  • Email: Natalie Aceves or
  • Educational Advisor Drop-ins & Appointments available through zoom
  • Transfer Advisement (with university representatives TBD – will be offered remotely/online)

Visit the Transfer Center website for additional information.

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Veterans Resource Center

Norco College welcomes all veterans, active duty military members, and VA dependents with varying educational goals to begin or continue their education. Whether you are refining your skills, seeking to transfer, planning to earn an Associate Degree, or completing an Occupational Certificate, we will do our best to assist you as you embark on an exciting educational journey at our institution. 

Active duty service members and reservists are granted priority registration. Veterans are also eligible for priority registration for a period of four years when used within fifteen years after discharge from active duty. This allows those who qualify to be among the first student allowed to register for classes. Please bring your DD214 (Discharge Documents) or other qualifying paperwork to our office in order to determine your eligibility and get started. 

If you are called to active duty after enrolling in classes at Norco College, you will be allowed to drop your course(s), receive MW (Military Withdrawal) status on your transcript. The notation of MW is not counted in calculating your overall grade point average (GPA). 

Norco College fully adheres to the Veterans Access, Choice and Accountability Act of 2014 and California Assembly Bill 13.

Visit the Veterans Resource Center website for additional information.


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