Rogue Community College
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Click here to view a complete PDF chart view of RCC's Organizational Structure.

Operations and Finance
The Operations and Finance Division is the administrative arm of the college, which includes Auxiliary Services, Shipping/Receiving, Business Office, Budget, Grants, Contract and Procurement, Construction Projects, Facilities, Institutional Research, Information Technology, and Network Services.
Governance includes the college president, who is hired and directed by a seven-member Board of Education. Board representatives are elected from Jackson and Josephine counties to four-year terms and may be re-elected without term limits. The Board and President work with an appointed advisory committee and the College Foundation. Three division Vice Presidents, the Chief Financial Officer, Accreditation Liaison Officer, Grants and Planning Coordinator, and Director of Marketing and Recruitment in her capacity as public relations liaison report to the college president. RCC is governed in a respectful, nondiscriminatory manner.
Academic Affairs
Academic Affairs oversees the certificate and degree programs offered by the college. These include associate degrees: Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer (AAOT); Associate of Science (AS) transfer degrees; Associate of Applied Science (AAS), and Associate of General Studies (AGS). The division is divided into four areas: Allied Health and Public Service, Science, Art and Technology, Transfer and General Education, and Curriculum and Academic Support. Within these areas the College offers Career/Technical (CTE) certificate programs, Career Pathway Certificates, Academic Success, Adult Basic Skills, Continuing Education, Community Education, a Small Business Development Center and Workforce Training and apprenticeships.
Student Affairs
Student Affairs provides a broad range of programs and services designed to promote academic success, student life and personal development. The departments overseen by Student Affairs are Financial Aid, Enrollment Services, Student Programs (Discovery Programs, Disability Services, Veterans' Services), Counseling (including Student Leadership), Marketing and Recruitment, and TRiO programs.