Rio Salado College alumni are eligible for the Maricopa Community Colleges Perkspot Discount Program. Create a Perkspot account to get exclusive deals
Training and Development for Your Employees
If you are a manager and need specific training for your employees, Maricopa Corporate College (MCOR) can help. MCOR was established to deliver high-impact training and development solutions for business, industry associations and government.
Organizations partner with MCOR to design and deliver:
- Training workshops and boot camps
- Employee development and recruiting initiatives
- Tuition program assistance
- Streamline access to clock hour and credit-bearing learning options provided by the ten Maricopa Community Colleges
- Customized training that addresses skills gap in the workforce
Learn what MCOR can do for you. Visit maricopacorporate.com
Rio Salado College Alumni Library Privileges
Rio Salado Alumni can check out books and DVDs from the college's library on the fifth floor of the Tower, Rio Salado Tempe Location.
- Show a photo ID and provide your MEID at the Library Circulation Desk when checking out materials. The Library Staff can reactivate your account if your MEID has expired.
- Check out up to 10 items at one time, three of which may be non-book items (DVDs,for example).
- You can also request items from other Maricopa County Community College District (MCCCD) Libraries. The library staff can help you with this, or you can search the Library Catalog and use the Place Hold button to request that items be sent to the Rio Salado Library for pickup. Use your MEID and password to self-request items from the catalog.
Questions? Contact the Library circulation desk at 480-517-8424 and identify yourself as a Rio Salado Alum.
Rio Salado’s Award-Winning Radio
Did you know that Rio Salado College’s Division of Public Service manages three award-winning public radio stations and a youth media center at the main Tempe location?
Award-winning public radio station, KJZZ, features local and national National Public Radio (NPR), international news, entertainment, classic jazz and blues. Explore these options on 91.5 FM and HD1, online at kjzz.org and with iPhone and Android mobile players. Classic jazz is also available on 91.5 FM HD2 and kjzz.org.
Classical Companion at the Heart of the Arts
Classical music, arts and cultural news
Available on 89.5 FM and HD1, online at kbaq.org and Eight Arizona PBS, TV-HD4
- Audio access and information to people who cannot read print because of a disability
- Available on 89.5 HD3, specialty radios, telephone, podcasts
KJZZ's Youth Media Center
- Helps Valley teens develop skills in digital media and journalism while connecting them to higher education
- Podcasts tell stories dedicated to addressing the important issues surrounding our community
- Empowering listeners to find answers for their own lives