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RCC Receives Donation from Southern Oregon Veterans Benefits for Two Laptops for Veteran Students

Members of the Southern Oregon Veterans Benefits Board of Directors visited RCC to present their donation of two Toshiba laptops to RCC student veterans. “It is a privilege to receive these laptops from SOVB,” said Nikki Johnson, Veterans Services coordinator at the RCC Redwood campus.On April 11, Ron Kohl, the Board of Directors president of Southern Oregon Veterans Benefits (SOVB), along with other SOVB board members donated two Toshiba laptops to the Rogue Community College (RCC) Veterans Services staff and students on the Redwood Campus of RCC.

Student veterans will be available to borrow the laptops by checking them out with the veteran coordinators at Redwood and Riverside campuses. The laptops will be housed at the RCC Library.

The Smullin Foundation Grants $150,000 to Boost its Existing RCC Foundation Endowment

William and Patricia SmullinThe Rogue Community College (RCC) Foundation is pleased to announce the Patricia D. & William B. Smullin Foundation recently donated a $150,000 grant to its existing generous endowment to support RCC students who have an entrepreneurial spirit.

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.

RCC Receives Over $1.2 Million from the U.S. Department of Commerce/Economic Development Administration

Rogue Community College (RCC) received last week a $1,246,870 grant award from The U.S. Department of Commerce/Economic Development Administration (EDA) to help create a High Technology Training Center. The grant, which is pending approval from the RCC Board of Education, would go toward renovating an existing building adjacent to the College’s Table Rock campus in White City.

Celebrate Earth Day at RCC

Earth Day 2017 in blue banner over Earth in space photographYou are invited to attend Rogue Community College's (RCC) annual Earth Day Celebration Thursday, April 20, 2017, at the Medford and Grants Pass campuses. This free event is held to celebrate Earth’s natural resources and promote their protection for future generations.

Meyer Memorial Trust Donates $250,000 to RCC

Rogue Community College (RCC) has been awarded $250,000 by the Meyer Memorial Trust of the Oregon Community Foundation to purchase up-to-date industry-grade equipment items for the upcoming High Technology Center at the Table Rock Campus (TRC) in White City. 

Learn if RCC’s Massage Therapy Program is on Your Path

Does the massage therapy program match your passion with your skills? You are invited to attend a free Rogue Community College (RCC) Massage Therapy information session to help you decide whether the massage therapy field is the right career choice. This session will be held April 17, 2017, from 5:30-7 p.m. on the RCC Redwood Campus at 3345 Redwood Highway in Grants Pass in Coates Hall (CH), Room 8.

Get a Great Deal and Support Scholarships at RCC through Biannual Clothing Sale

AAWCC-RCC LogoFind some great deals on clothing and accessories and help students at RCC through the Rogue Community College (RCC) chapter of the American Association of Women in Community College (AAWCC-RCC) biannual clothing sale event to raise funds for RCC student scholarships.

We’re Muslims, Don’t Panic

American Muslim, Amirah Sackett hip hop dancer A Muslim woman performing hip-hop? What? Breaking stereotypes can be the first step to understanding. The Rogue Community College (RCC) Diversity Programming Board (DPB) invites the public to two free performances by internationally recognized hip-hop dancer, choreographer, teacher and American Muslim, Amirah Sackett, for two days in April.

How Do Oregon Promise Students Get Approved for a Second Year?

Oregon Promise Grant logoRCC Provides Some Answers
Rogue Community College (RCC) is reminding students who received an Oregon Promise Grant in 2016/17 school year that you do not have to complete another Oregon Promise application for the 2017/18 school year; however, ...

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