FAFSA Fiesta Enrollment Day

Come join us on Saturday, July 20 for One-Stop Enrollment, a special event for students to receive assistance with enrollment for the fall semester… and tacos! 

Outstanding Student: LaShonda Kearney

LaShonda Kearney was named Rockingham Community College’s Outstanding Student of the Year, RCC’s highest honor.

Foundation Golf Tourney

First National Bank, along with the RCC Foundation, raised $24,050 through the annual golf tournament.

July-August short-term programs

Train for a career or learn a hobby at RCC with short-term programs that start in July and August.

June-July ConEd Courses

Several continuing education courses begin in the next few weeks.

May 2024 Graduates

RCC is pleased to announce that 255 students earned 290 credentials at the end of the Spring semester.

Spring 2024 Honor Students

RCC is pleased to announce that 72 students were named to the President’s List and 120 to the Dean’s List for the Spring 2024 semester.

Trustees to meet May 21

The Rockingham Community College Board of Trustees will hold its regular bimonthly meeting at 3 p.m. Tuesday, May 21, 2024. The Trustees will meet in the Gwyn Boardroom in the Administration Building on the RCC campus. Agenda:

Attaway receives prestigious Morehead-Cain Scholarship

Dual-enrollment student Will Attaway has received the Morehead-Cain Scholarship and will attend UNC-Chapel Hill later this year.

Student Success: Colby Gunter

Colby Gunter has a small-town soul. After graduating from Rockingham Community College on May 9, he’s headed to UNC-Chapel Hill to study biology, then will apply to medical school. Gunter aims for a future in family medicine. “I enjoy the connection with the patients more than the technical stuff like surgery,” he said. “Private practice  Read More

Health Sciences grads pinned

With the completion of the Spring 2024 semester, the Rockingham Community College campus has been celebrating. In advance of the large RCC graduation exercises on May 9, several Health Sciences program areas held smaller ceremonies. LPN to ADN Class of 2024 Congratulations to the 25 Rockingham Community College students who finished the Licensed Practical Nursing  Read More

Student Awards, 2023-2024

At the end of each academic year, Rockingham Community College recognizes students who have made remarkable achievements in the areas of academics, service, and participation. The following students were recognized on April 22 for the 2023-2024 school year: The Division of Arts and Sciences recognized, from left, (front) Outstanding Associate in Fine Arts Student Emily  Read More

Magna Vista’s Davis commits to RCC

Preston Davis, a catcher at Magna Vista High School in Martinsville, Va., has committed to RCC Eagles Baseball for Fall 2024.

2024 Youth Legislative Assembly

RCC Student Life Assistant Cameron Stewart, also an RCC alum, attended the Youth Legislative Assembly in Raleigh in April.

Pinnix, Wheeler win Student Art Show

Two students received Presidential Awards for their creative works submitted into the Spring Student Art Show.

May-June ConEd courses

If you are interested in beginning a new career or looking for a new job, improving your computer skills, becoming a better employee, or looking for a new hobby, Rockingham Community College offers a variety of short-term courses designed to meet your needs. Additional information and registration are available by calling 336-342-4261 ext. 2333 or  Read More

Plant sale starts April 25

RCC’s annual plant sale is set for April 25-26 and May 2-3.

RCC honor society inducts 30

The Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society at Rockingham Community College inducted 30 new members on Tuesday, April 3.

RCC receives $1M federal funds

Congresswoman Kathy Manning (NC-06) visited Rockingham Community College to celebrate $1 million in federal funding for the Center for Workforce Development. Manning first visited campus in February 2023 to meet with RCC President Dr. Mark O. Kinlaw and Rockingham County Schools Superintendent Shawn Stover to share her work in Congress to support workforce development programs. After  Read More

From GED to 4.0 GPA college student

Cierra Marlowe didn’t have an easy time in high school, where teachers did not recognize her potential. “In class, the teacher would tell us to open our textbook and read from this page to this page, and that we’d have a quiz tomorrow,” she said. “They wouldn’t tell us what we needed to learn, so  Read More

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