RCC CalWORKs Program
Helping Elevate Families in Need
RCC CalWORKs Program
CalWORKs is committed to helping eligible families with supportive services, through
collaboration with our community partners, to prepare them to pursue personal, academic,
and career goals. Our CalWORKs staff is available to assist students by providing
valuable services and resources needed to find success in school and in the workplace.
Dr. Charles A. Kane Student Services and Administration Building
Second Floor Room 202
Monday to Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm (Tuesday until 6pm)
Closed all major holidays
Phone: (951) 222-8648
- Be a TANF/CalWORKs recipient
- Receive cash assistance for yourselves and your child(ren)
- Have a minor dependent
Your Success is Why We’re Here
Our staff is dedicated to assist you with your academic and career goals. As a participant of the CalWORKs program you will benefit from:
- Priority registration
- Career and academic counseling
- One-on-one tutoring
- School Supplies
- Gas cards
- Work Study opportunities
- Verification of attendance
- Laptop lending program
- Assistance with county requirements
- Commencement cap and gown
To assist in your success the county will provide services that may include:
- Textbook voucher
- Parking permit voucher
- Transportation fee voucher
You will be asked to provide the county with a number of documents. All except the Student Educational Plan can be found on Webadvisor/MyPortal. These include:
- Student Educational Plan
- Class schedule
- Textbook list
- Financial Aid award letter
- Transportation fee
- Parking permit fee
How to Apply
As a student at RCC, you will get notifications, register for classes, see charges and generate necessary paperwork through WebAdvisor and MyPortal. Once you are accepted an email will be sent to you with instructions.
Apply for Financial Aid on our website — you’ll find the information you need to know and a link to the FAFSA financial aid application. Don’t forget to use school code 001270.
Come into our office, Dr. Charles A. Kane Student Services and Administration Building, Room 202, and complete the CalWORKs application and County Consent for Release form. Please find forms below.
Remember to bring in one of the following current documents to verify you are receiving
Notice of Action
Welfare to Work contract
Passport to Services
Make an appointment to meet with a CalWORKs academic counselor to receive career guidance, develop your Student Educational Plan, and assist with course selection.
You may call at 951-222-8648 or stop by the CalWORKs office.
Log into your MyPortal, Webadvisor, or EduNav account and select the required courses that are listed on your Student Education Plan.
CalWORKs Staff Contact Information
Administrative Assistant II
Customer Service Clerk