The American River Current

Building left unused by district since 2012

Los Rios has owned a building on the corner of Tribute Avenue and Exposition Avenue since 2012, originally intended to serve as a replacement facility to the Workforce and Economic Development Center, it has since been left in a state of disrepair as the Los Rios Community College Board of Trustees determines the ultimate use for the building. (Photo by Patrick Hyun Wilson)

Patrick Hyun Wilson

November 14, 2018

A boarded-up and fenced-off building, owned by the Los Rios Community College District, sits at the corner of Tribute Road and Exposition Avenue. It has been owned by the district since 2012 and was originally considered to replace the Workforce and Economic Development Center according to the Califor...

Construction moves forward

Construction moves forward

Cameron Weaver and Cameron Weaver

September 30, 2014

The renovation and extension of the Student Services building is pushing forward this fall at American River College as the addition continues to close in on completion. The additional building space will house rooms for a Financial Aid Lab, offices for Financial Aid Representatives, and a full lobby. The...

Student center shows progress

Construction was set to be fully completed by Aug. 31, 2017. (File Photo)

Taylor Skjerpe and Taylor Skjerpe

September 14, 2011

Summer sees major construction, which promises to provide numerous helpful services for ARC Students, including a new cafeteria American River College made significant progress this summer toward finishing the nearly 35,000 square foot student center that’s being built behind Boettcher Library. The $26...

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