Río Hondo College

  • Río Hondo College Earns Prestigious Spots in Hispanic Outlook on Education Magazine’s Rankings

    Río Hondo College secured high rankings in the Hispanic Outlook on Education Magazine’s Top 100 Colleges and Universities for Hispanics list. Based on the latest data from the federal NCES Integrated Post-Secondary Education System, Río Hondo College ranked 25th among both two-year and four-year institutions with a total enrollment of 17,677 Hispanic/Latinx students, which was the ninth most among two-year schools in the 2021-22 school year. Río Hondo College also ranked 17th with 1,885 total associate degrees granted to Hispanic/Latinx students. Additionally, the College’s family and consumer sciences/human sciences degrees major ranked fifth among two-year and four-year institutions with 141 total degrees granted to Hispanic/Latinx students.

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  • Río Hondo College Soccer Teams Set to Open State Tournament

    The Río Hondo College men’s and women’s soccer teams have qualified for the California Community College Athletic Association (3C2A) Southern California Regional and will open the state tournament on the road with first-round matchups. The Roadrunner women’s team enter as the 12th seed in the SoCal Regional and will face fifth-seeded Santa Barbara City College, while the men’s team qualified as the No. 13 seed and will face fourth-seeded Santa Monica College.

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  • Río Hondo College Volleyball Team Wins First Conference Championship Since 1995

    La Puente High School senior Josiah Hernandez has emerged as a scholar and advocate for his school and District community, participating in various extracurricular activities, clubs and sports, earning him the National Football League’s Hispanic & Latino Excellence in Youth Football Award. Hernandez was recognized for his exceptional football abilities and dedication to civics. During the selection process, each of the 32 teams in the league selected one male and one female student to be recognized during game day on Oct. 15. The Los Angeles Rams selected Hernandez, leading to his inclusion as one of eight finalists in California eligible to receive a college scholarship.

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