Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Round Up (Week of May 5th, 2021)

May 5, 2021

In this week's Rio Round-Up Viviana Reyes updates us on events happening from 5/5-5/7. Additionally, this week's events range from a Transfer Center student panel, virtual job fair, and reminder for SAP appeals.

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Transferring from community colleges to a UC or CSU is a difficult but rewarding process if you stay organized and give yourself reminders on all the important deadlines. (Graphic by Erika Suarez)

Ready to Transfer? Here Are Important Deadlines to Put on Your to Do List

Erika Suarez , Online Editor-In-Chief November 27, 2018

Continuous and never-ending deadlines might be driving you mad this semester. This goes along with a bottomless pit of finals to study that you desperately need to pass to transfer.  It piles on, leaving everything to the last minute trying to catch up on college applications, seeking for letter...

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CSU/ UC Application Workshops on Campus

Rose Loza , Staff Writer November 14, 2016

The application period to apply to a CSU and UC for the fall 2017 semester began Oct. 1 and will continue until the deadline date Nov. 30. Workshops to help better structure and organize your application(s) to the universities are available at the Transfer Center in room SS250. The workshops don’t...

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Transfer conference to be held on campus

Transfer conference to be held on campus

Ryan Guerrero, Managing Editor February 6, 2016

Rio Hondo will be hosting a transfer conference on March 11 in the Wray Theater from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The transfer conference will provide workshops for students to learn about the transfer process, transferring units, undecided majors, and more. University representatives from the University of...

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CSU and UC budget cuts

Shayah Leisenring, Staff Writer October 11, 2012

CSU money has been cut by almost $1 billion or 33 percent over the past four years, with student tuition increases covering only about half of the lost revenue. To fill the budget hole, CSU has implemented numerous cost cutting measures, as well as increased efficiencies. According to the public affairs...

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