Welcome to the new and improved Los Rios website! We’ve completely redesigned the site to improve the experience for all users, but especially our most important audiences – current and prospective students.
During the facilities master planning process, it has become clear that current identified priorities lean heavily toward modernization of District systems as opposed to constructing new facilities, with an emphasis on creating adaptable learning spaces.
As the cost of higher education in California continues to soar, community colleges remain a quality, affordable alternative to other more costly public institutions across the state.
In a world of constant financial uncertainty, the Los Rios Community College District has maintained its long-held prudent fiscal approach, enabling the District to operate without disruption and deftly respond to changing conditions.
On May 1 and May 2, the Jr. RISE program held their first annual “Signing Day” for more than 200 Luther Burbank and Hiram Johnson High School students entering California Community Colleges.
Folsom Lake College celebrated the Class of 2019, one of its largest graduating classes ever, with a commencement ceremony on May 22.
Not many ARC students have dress codes to comply with, but ASL-English Interpreter Preparation Program (IPP) students are required to arrive to class dressed in work attire - business casual, starting from the second semester in the program, and business professional in their final year.
The chancellor of Los Rios Community College District and presidents of its four colleges reaffirm the institution's commitment to valuing diversity and inclusivity.