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Fall term at RCC will include both online and some on-campus options

Rogue Community College plans to open its campuses on a limited basis for fall term, depending on conditions and guidance from the Governor’s office, local public health departments and the Higher Education Coordinating Commission. Fall term will begin Sept. 21.
 
RCC will continue to offer most fall classes online but will provide in-person lab instruction for science and career technical courses that require hands-on learning that cannot be duplicated online. The RCC fall schedule identifies which courses are online and which ones are on campus. It is available on the RCC website at roguecc.edu.
 
Because most courses will remain online, RCC faculty are continuing to up their skills and network with colleagues to provide the same high level of instruction as on campus. 
 
If conditions of the COVID-19 pandemic change and make it impossible to keep campuses open, RCC will return to an all-online model. 
 
Every precaution for safety of students, staff and visitors will be taken. All areas and surfaces used by students or staff will be cleaned and sanitized daily.

The College will require all people on campus to wear facial coverings and keep social distancing (6 feet). Everyone’s cooperation will help us to keep the campuses open and will be greatly appreciated. 

Facial coverings are required in accordance with guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the Oregon Health Authority. Facial coverings will be required at all times inside buildings unless one is working in an individual office or workspace. Facial coverings will also be required outdoors in situations where social distancing cannot be maintained. 

Registration is open for fall term at Rogue Community College. In the uncertain conditions of the pandemic, RCC offers a safe, low cost opportunity for students to stay close to home while getting the quality education they need to achieve their goals.