Norco College is committed to building a diverse team of employees with deep equity skills. We actively recruit around this goal, believing it makes us stronger in the following ways:
First, for students to engage with the College, it is important that they see themselves in our community. They need to find their culture on our campus with students and employees who look like them and have similar cultural backgrounds. This is an essential ingredient for student success.
Second, for our students to be successful as alumni, they need a high level of cultural competence. They need to be able to move in and out of multiple cultures. They need to understand and appreciate other ways of living. This is the world they will be working in, as such, they need to come to Norco College and experience as many different cultures as possible.
President Bryan Reece, Ph.D., speaking at the State of the College in fall 2017.
Over 1700 students and their families came out to Norco College's third annual Welcome Day on Saturday, August 26 to learn about the college.
Norco College President Bryan Reece, Ph.D. welcomes new students to the college with an inspiring message and story about his own experience as an incoming freshman.
The Norco College Student Spotlight Series was created to highlight stories from Norco College students. In each episode, President Reece interviews a student to learn their story.