Norco College recently welcomed California Rehabilitation Center (CRC) Warden (A) Glen E. Pratt and Community Resources Manager (CRM) Estela Acosta to tour their modern campus.
College executives discussed enhancing the partnership that began with a few general education courses at CRC in 2017. Warden (A) Pratt is committed to the enrichment of academics at CRC as a valuable avenue of rehabilitation.
With much dedication, 14 CRC students will earn their Associate degrees from the college in May.
The following Associate of Arts degrees are offered:
- Administration and Information Systems
- Social and Behavioral Studies
- Sociology for Transfer
- Humanities, Philosophy, and Arts.
Story by Estela Acosta, Community Resource Manager.