Los Rios Colleges Says 89% Of Staff, 91% Of Students Met COVID Vaccine DeadlineHundreds of Los Rios Community College workers could soon be fired - and over a thousand students could be suspended - for not getting vaccinated against COVID-19.
Los Rios Staff, Students Protest Looming Vaccine MandateStudents and staff within the Los Rios Community College District have until Friday to submit proof of COVID-19 vaccination. On Thursday, people against the mandate rallied outside the college district headquarters and said they want the freedom to make their own healthcare decisions.
Vaccine Mandates Become 'New Normal' At California Universities, Community CollegesPublic Universities and community colleges across the state have started to mandate coronavirus vaccines for both staff and students. Students and staff only have only two options: Tell the administration they've been vaccinated, or don't show up.
Los Rios Colleges Planning On Full Return To Campuses By Spring 2022 SemesterThe Los Rios Community College District says they’ll have more in-person classes this coming fall, but a full return isn’t being planned until next year.
Los Rios Campuses Plan More In-Person Classes Come Fall, But Still Fewer Than UsualLos Rios Community College District classes will be a mix of online and in-person offerings come the fall semester, officials say.
Los Rios Community College District Suspends All In-Person Classes, Transitions To Online InstructionThe Los Rios Community College District announced on Thursday that effective March 13 all in-person classes will be suspended to begin a transition to online instruction.
Community College Turning To Technology To Increase Safety An American River College student was robbed in broad daylight just off campus, meanwhile, the college has been stepping up efforts to make things safer.
Former Los Rios Chief Harris Named Chancellor Of California Community CollegesThe governing board of California Community Colleges on Thursday named Brice Harris as the next chancellor of the 112-campus system, which serves 2.4 million students annually. He starts the job Nov. 6.