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Explore Your College and Training Opportunities at RCC Preview Days

Rogue Community College (RCC) will open its campuses to Jackson and Josephine County high school juniors and seniors on RCC Preview Days in April and May. Students interested in college and training programs will get a first-hand opportunity to explore the campuses, see programs in action, and meet faculty.

And all you have to do is register by going online at www.roguecc.edu/rcc-preview-days, or contact an RCC Admission Coaches (Katy, Brad, and Javier) by e-mail at recruitment@roguecc.edu, or call 541-956-7217.

A great experience of Preview Days will be students participating in a RCC class taught by a dynamic RCC instructor.

  • Get first-hand knowledge of college life and a campus tour from an RCC student.
  • Seniors can choose their first term classes in an Advising & Registration Clinic (ARC).
  • Discover the services available to help succeed in college.
  • Learn about RCC clubs and student government.

The dates, campuses, and activities will be as follows:

Riverside Campus in Medford, Oregon
9 a.m. to 1:10 p.m., April 21

Learn about transfer degrees and career-ready programs such as:

  • Business Technologies, “Real Jobs, Opportunities, & Rewards”
  • Dental Assisting, “All Aboard for Healthy Smiles”
  • Emergency Medical Services, (Fire Science and Paramedicine), “Save Lives and Make a Difference in Your Community”
  • Engineering, “Exploring Engineering”
  • English/Literature/Humanities, “Modern Readers' Approach to Medieval Lit”
  • Graphic Design/Computer Science, “Be Creative: Careers in Digital Design”
  • Music, “A Brief History of Music”
  • Phlebotomy, “Let's Draw Blood!”
  • Science, “Experiments and Discoveries”

Table Rock Campus in White City, Oregon
9 a.m. to 1:10 p.m., April 28

Learn about transfer degrees and career-ready programs such as:

  • Dental Assisting, “All Aboard for Healthy Smiles”
  • Diesel, “Opportunities in Diesel Technology”
  • Electronics, “A World of Electronics-Microprocessors, Robotics, and More”
  • Emergency Medical Services, (Fire Science and Paramedicine), “Save lives and Make a Difference in Your Community”
  • Manufacturing, “CAD, CAM, and 3D Printing”
  • Music, “A Brief History of Music"

Redwood Campus in Grants Pass, Oregon
9 a.m. to 1:10 p.m., May 12

Learn about transfer degrees and career-ready programs such as:

  • Allied Health Occupations, “Your Future in Health Care”
  • Art, “Making the Monster: Introduction to 3D modeling in ZBrush”
  • Automotive, “Gears, Grease, and Advanced Technology”
  • Business, “Real Jobs, Opportunities, & Rewards”
  • Dental Assisting, “All Aboard for Healthy Smiles”
  • Early Childhood & Elementary Education, “A Career with Children? – Play and Work Together!”
  • Electronics, “World of electronics-Microprocessors, Robotics, and More”
  • Emergency Medical Services, (Fire Science and Paramedicine), “Save lives and Make a Difference in Your Community”
  • HPER, “Fitness, Health, and Outdoor Leadership”
  • Music, “A Brief History of Music”
  • Phlebotomy, “Let's Draw Blood!”
  • Science, “Experiments and Discoveries”
  • Social Science/Human Services, “Psychology, Political Science, Anthropology”
  • Welding, “Hands-on and High Tech”

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