Rockingham Community College’s Paramedic Class of 2014 held its pinning ceremony on December 11 in a 6 p.m. ceremony.
Dr. Mark O. Kinlaw of Lumberton, NC has been selected by the Rockingham Community College Board of Trustees as the College’s fifth president. Pending final approval by the State Board of Community Colleges, Dr. Kinlaw will begin January 20.
Duke Energy and Rockingham Community College today announced a $250,000 investment from the Duke Energy Foundation
On Monday, October 13, the Presidential Search Committee at Rockingham Community College concluded its role in the presidential search process. The group was charged with the task of narrowing the applications to six finalists.
Teams of workforce development partners from Rockingham County are making plans to visit local businesses in a statewide effort to learn more about the challenge of finding and retaining high-quality employees. These visits are part of Governor Pat McCrory’s “1,000 in 100” initiative to have local teams visit 1,000 businesses in all 100 counties during the last 100 days of 2014.
Rockingham Community College has received the annual merit award from the National Board of Surgical Technology and Surgical Assisting (NBSTSA) for achieving a 90% pass rate on the Certified Surgical Technologist (CST) examination for the cycle of August 1, 2013 through July 31, 2014.
Second year Head Coach Jake Loye returns 10 players from the 2013-2014 team that finished as the fifth seed in the NJCAA, Region 10 DII Tournament. Local players Willis Booth (RHP) of Eden and Caleb Shanaberger (RHP) of Reidsville are two of the nine incoming freshmen to sign a national letter of intent.
On Saturday, RCC honored the memory and contributions of Haley Jo Plummer who was a member of the college’s first women’s volleyball team. In 2001, during her second semester as an RCC student, Haley died as a result of injuries sustained in an automobile accident.