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RCC At a Glance

TOTAL ANNUAL ENROLLMENT 2015-2016
(Data as of 8/29/2016)  
Full-Time Enrollment (FTE) 4,558.89
Credit students (headcount) 9,585
Non-credit students 6,835
Total 16,420
Attend at Riverside Campus 6,068 (37.0%)
Attend at Table Rock Campus 2,892 (17.6%)
Attend at Redwood Campus 4,402 (26.8%)
Distance Ed/Other sites 8,737 (53.2%)
Total attendance in Jackson County 11,166 (68.0%)
Total attendance in Josephine County 8,493 (51.7%)
(1,426 or 8.7% attended at more than one campus)
GENDER  
Men 7,132 (43.63%)
Women 9,213 (56.37%)
Students not reporting 75 (0.46%)
AGE  
Less than 19 3,595 (21.99%)
19-20 1,589 (9.72%)
21-25 2,375 (14.53%)
26-30 1,776 (10.86%)
31-35 1,402 (8.58%)
36-40 1,193 (7.30%)
41-59 3,076 (18.81%)
Over 60 1,343 (8.21%)
Age not reported 71 (0.43%)
Average age (of those responding) 32.26

RCC graduatedistrict map

2016-17 TUITION AND FEES

TUITION Cost per credit
In-State: $99
Out-of-State: $121
International: $331

FEES
Technology: $5 per credit/$5 per non-credit class
College Services: $20 for 0 credits, $60 for 1-5 credits, $100 for 6-11 credits, $135 for 12+ credits
Distance Learning: $10 per class up to 4 credits
GED testing – $30 per test per individual
Non-credit classes – tuition varies

 

2016/2017 Standard Student Budget*

standard student budget
* Source: OSAC August 2016. Figures for RCC, SOU and Linfield College. Based on full-time, full-year enrollment at 15 credit-hours/term and does not include insurance, loan fees, non-mandatory fees, or special program-specific fees. Actual budgets will vary depending upon program of study, course load, dependency status, and housing.

 

Enrollment vs. State Funding

Enrollment vs. state funding chart

 

2016-17 Expenditures

Rogue Community College
General Fund Expenditures by Function
2016-17 Adopted Budget

Expenditures for 2016-2017

 

2016-17 Revenue

2016-17 Adopted Budget

2016-2017 RCC budget/revenue
About the College
Established in 1970, Rogue Community College serves residents in Jackson and Josephine counties at campuses and learning centers in Grants Pass, Medford, White City and the Illinois Valley.

A comprehensive, two-year, public community college, RCC offers six two-year degrees, 75 career and technical training programs, 17 Career Pathways certificates; and a variety of workforce and short-term training, academic skills, and continuing and community education classes; plus services to the businesses community.

One of 17 community colleges in Oregon, RCC is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities. RCC also is approved by the Veterans Administration as a veterans training institution.

CAMPUSES and LEARNING CENTERS
  • Redwood Campus, 3345 Redwood Hwy.,
    Grants Pass, OR 9752  541-956-7500
  • Riverside Campus, 117 S. Central,
    Medford, OR 97501  541-245-7500
  • Table Rock Campus, 7800 Pacific Ave.,
    White City, OR 97503  541-245-7500
  • Illinois Valley Business Entrepreneurial Center,
    24353 Redwood Hwy., Kerby, OR 97531  541-956-7275
  • Illinois Valley Learning Center,
    24311 Redwood Hwy., Kerby, OR 97531  541-592-2103 or 541-956-7455
  • RCC/SOU Higher Education Center,
    101 S. Bartlett St., Medford, OR 97501  541-552-8100 or 541-245-7500
  • Small Business Development Center,
    214 S.W. Fourth St., Grants Pass, OR 97526 541-956-7494
  • Esther Bristol Education Center,
    Fourth and H streets, Grants Pass, OR 97526 541-956-7490
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Pat Ashley, Claudia Sullivan, Ron Fox, Kevin Talbert, Ph.D., Brett Johnson, Dean Wendle, Tim Johnson    

ADMINISTRATION
Cathy Kemper-Pelle, president
Kori Ebenhack, vice president, Student Services,
chief student services officer
Kirk Gibson, vice president, Instructional Services;
chief academic officer
Curtis Sommerfeld, vice president, College Services;
chief informational officer

FACULTY
Full-time faculty    92
Part-time faculty    581*
* Paid Part-Time faculty for academic year 2015/16 in any capacity.  Of this number, 476 had classroom teaching contracts.

FINANCIAL AID AWARDS
For academic year 2015/16: $23,738,651 in financial aid was awarded to 3,974 students.