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RCC to Host Spring FAFSA Nights this Month

RCC to Host Spring FAFSA Nights this Month

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Randolph Community College / Acme News Stock Image ASHEBORO N.C. - Stressing over filling out your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)? Randolph Community College is hosting two Spring FAFSA Nights this month. The events will be held on Monday, March 13, from 4-7 p.m. at the Asheboro Campus in rooms 111 and 117 of the Business Education Center and on Wednesday, March 15, from 4-7 p.m. at the Archdale Center in rooms 321 and 322 of the Archdale Center. Students needing help completing their FAFSA for 2023-24 and planning to attend RCC or any other college or university should bring their 2021 W-2s and federal tax return (1040) for both parent(s) and student. They also need to know information such as their Social Security Number or Alien Registration Number and infor...
RCC Seeking Input in Presidential Search 

RCC Seeking Input in Presidential Search 

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ASHEBORO N.C. (RCC) — Since the retirement of longtime President Dr. Robert S. Shackleford Jr., Randolph Community College has been undergoing the extensive process that is a presidential search. Part of that process is gleaning opinions and ideas from the Randolph County community.  The Board of Trustees is inviting residents to complete a survey or participate in one of two forums. The input from the survey and forums will be utilized to build the RCC Presidential Profile.  The survey responses are anonymous, and the total responses will be aggregated and used in the College’s solicitation, review, and evaluation of applicants. To complete the survey, visit https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/RCCPresidentSearch The survey will remain open until 5 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 10.  Tw...
Lockdown Drill Planned For RCC

Lockdown Drill Planned For RCC

Government
Randolph Community College / Acme News Stock Image ASHEBORO NC - Randolph Community College will be conducting a drill of it emergency notification system tomorrow. The campus wide lockdown drill is planned for Thursday, October 14, between 12 PM and 4 PM for both the Asheboro and Archdale campuses. Messages sent to students and staff on campus, heard on loudspeakers, and received via RCC Alerts will NOT say test or drill. Everyone on campus at the time is requested to and follow all protocols and procedures for an active shooter / threat. Officials at the community college are requesting everyone be aware that the drill is only a test but that all alarms and alerts should be taken seriously and is requesting everyone be prepared to respond appropriately.
NCCCS President Stith visits RCC’s Asheboro Campus

NCCCS President Stith visits RCC’s Asheboro Campus

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https://youtu.be/WkyUMLJH3zw ASHEBORO NC (RCC) — North Carolina Community College System President Thomas Stith III toured Randolph Community College’s Asheboro Campus on Thursday, Sept. 30. Stith, in his first year at the NCCCS helm, has now visited 31 of the state’s 58 community colleges. RCC President Dr. Robert S. Shackleford Jr. joined Stith as they visited the new Dr. Robert S. Shackleford Jr. Allied Health Center, the Continuing Education and Industrial Center, and the Photography Imaging Center. “We have 58 great community colleges throughout the state of North Carolina,” Stith said after touring the Allied Health Center, which houses the College’s Associate Degree Nursing, Radiography, Medical Assisting, and Emergency Medical Services programs. “We just saw state-of-the-a...

RCC Pays Off Student Account Balances

Government
Photo Provided by: Randolph Community College ASHEBORO (Randolph Community College) — Randolph Community College recently gave approximately 200 students a fresh start by paying off outstanding debt, totaling nearly $113,000. Any student who was enrolled at the College between March 13, 2020 (the start of the COVID-19 pandemic) until the end of the Summer 2021 semester was eligible for the assistance. In addition to paying off outstanding student account balances, RCC has been able to help students through the pandemic by providing emergency financial assistance for such needs as food, housing, laptops, and internet access. There also are many opportunities for student support for new and returning students this fall. “There has never been a better opportunity to attend RCC and not...