A three-member team from Riverside City College won the 2015 Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Southern California Programming Competition.
Joshua Camacho (Riverside Poly High School), Alex Farfan (Chaparral HS, Temecula) and international student Tsz Kwan won the Two-Year College Division after solving more problems than 24 other community college and 40 university teams. The three students also tied the all-time record for the number of problems solved. A team from California Institute of Technology won the Four-Year College Division, beating the likes of Harvey-Mudd College, USC, each of the University of California institutions, the Cal State universities and a number of private colleges in attendance. With its victory in the Four-Year College Division, Caltech advances to the world competition in Thailand.
Winning competition like this helps RCC and Riverside become a location of choice for students seeking a great education at an affordable price.
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