Lady Eagles Volleyball

Lady Eagles Fall to Johnson and Wales RCC’s Lady Eagles hosted Johnson and Wales University from Charlotte Monday night in the Keys Gymnasium. The first game was a barn burner ending with a score of 32-34 with Johnson and Wales securing the two-point advantage to win the game. The Lady Eagles fought back to win  Read More

Sexuality and Gender Alliance Meets

The Rockingham Community College Sexuality and Gender Alliance held its organizational meeting to kick off the Fall Semester on Thursday. RCC’s Assistant Professor of Psychology Marianna Rader is the club advisor. The purpose of the alliance is to provide a safe space for students to get to know one another and to promote understanding. The  Read More

Nursing Pathway Grant Available

If you have been displaced from your job or are considering a career change you may be eligible a nursing pathway grant to assist with the cost of becoming a certified nursing assistant (CNA). The Northwest Piedmont Workforce Development Board in collaboration with the Piedmont Alliance for Triad Healthcare (PATH), an advisory council that advocates  Read More

Art Club Meets

RCC Art Club Plans Activities Members of RCC’s Art Club met to plan activities for the 2017-2018 academic year and select leadership. Club advisors Professor Ray Martin and Phil Haralam, Fine Arts Faculty, described the educational travel experiences and community service projects as opportunities for developing friendships while learning. “By traveling together we will learn  Read More

Income Maintenance Caseworker Begins September 7

Income Maintenance Caseworker Begins September 7 Do you like helping people? Are you good with computers? Would like a dependable job? Register today for Income Maintenance Caseworker and train for a new career. Gain the skills needed to seek employment by Departments of Social Services across the state. The NC FAST software system, customer service  Read More

RCC Receives $20,000 Grant

Rockingham Community College (RCC) has been selected by the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) to be a member of a new cohort for the MentorLinks: Advancing Technological Education program. Funding is secured through the National Science Foundation for this project. RCC’s project, Advancing Machining Technology in a Rural North Carolina Community, was developed by  Read More

September Con Ed 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, RCC is offering a variety of short-term, continuing education courses designed to meet your needs. Income Maintenance Caseworker: September 7, Tuesday and Thursdays, 6-9PM on the  Read More

Summer President’s List and Dean’s List

Rockingham Community College announces those named to the summer semester 2017 President’s List and Dean’s List. President’s List To be eligible for the President’s List students must maintain a 4.00 GPA within the semester with at least 12 college level credit hours attempted during Fall and Spring or 9 credit hours attempted during Summer. Those  Read More

High School Equivalency Graduate Awarded Scholarship

High School Equivalency Graduate Isabella Stowe was awarded a scholarship totaling $2,228 from the Rockingham Community College Foundation. Every graduate of the program is given the opportunity to apply for the scholarship. An essay is part of the application process. Stowe explained that she gained confidence by completing RCC’s High School Equivalency program and that  Read More

Effective Teacher Training Begins August 29

Completing RCC’s Effective Teacher Training Course could lead to a new career as a substitute or guest teacher. This 4-week class is designed to give students the skills they need to work as a team with each school or classroom that they enter. During the past school year, 27 RCC-trained guest teachers actively worked in  Read More

July 28, 2017 Commencement

Dr. Mark O. Kinlaw, president of Rockingham Community College, conferred degrees, diplomas and certificates during the July 28 graduation exercises held at 7p.m. in the Robert C. Keys gymnasium. The Honorable Wayne R. Tuggle, Sr., Mayor, City of Eden, delivered the commencement address. Graduates are listed below by degree, diploma or certificate earned; name; and  Read More

Adult High School & High School Equivalency Graduates 2017

The graduation ceremony for those who earned the High School Equivalency diploma and those who earned an Adult High School diploma was held on Friday, July 28, at 10 a.m. in the Robert C. Keys Gymnasium at Rockingham Community College. The High School Equivalency program is offered at locations throughout Rockingham County. There is no  Read More

Practical Nursing Class of 2017

RCC Caps and Pins Practical Nursing Graduates During a July 27 evening ceremony, thirteen Rockingham Community College practical nursing students received their caps and pins. The practical nursing candidates for graduation are: Sarah Billings, Trisha Davis, Emilee Eggleston, Jessica Garrett, Avarie Hands, Terra Isley, Jacqueline Lewis, Tanya Manley, Ashley Myrick, Jenny Ore, Mason Peters, Tarsha  Read More

Surgical Technology Graduates

During a July 20 evening ceremony, 16 Rockingham Community College surgical technology students received their pins. The surgical technology candidates for graduation are: Cortnye Barnett, Darnell Benjamin, Brooke Byrd, Tori Cozart, Ashley Dabbs, Jennifer Evans, Sierra Espinoza, Nicole Frazier, Chelsea French, Tara Lucas, Diana Martin, Esayas Nida, Caysey Petty, Kayla Ore, Sydney Shropshire, Morgan Williams

Meet RCC’s Director of Duke Energy TRAILS Program

Tim Johnson has joined the faculty and staff of Rockingham Community College as Director of TRAILS, a new outdoor skills training program of study. Thanks to a $700,000 gift from Duke Energy, TRAILS will prepare students for careers in outdoor recreation. Since May 2016, Johnson was employed by Burke County Department of Community Development in  Read More

August Continuing Education Courses

RCC’s Fall 2017 Continuing Education Course Booklet will be arriving in your mailbox any day now. More than 50 courses begin in August so don’t wait to sign up. 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  Read More

RCC Tennis Courts Receive National Recognition

Rockingham Community College is one of the 12 tennis facilities across the country honored for excellence in construction and/or renovation of tennis facilities by the United States Tennis Association (USTA). The award is presented each year to a facility displaying quality tennis courts with regulation surfaces, layout, and amenities. The recipient facility must host USTA  Read More

August 3 Fall Application Deadline

Final deadline for completing the fall 2017 application process is August 3. All new students must begin the application process now in order to attend RCC this fall. The four step process is easy. First, complete the application for admission. The application is available at or you may come to the Whitcomb Student Center  Read More

Free Small Business Workshops

RCC’s Small Business Center (SBC) will offer three workshops during the month of August and all are free and open to the public. Get 30% More Done – Managing Time for the Small Business Owner will be held on August 10, 11am-2pm at the Reidsville Goodwill. How to Find Your Customers will be held on  Read More

Earn Con Ed Credits During Landscape Meeting June 29

North Carolina irrigation contractors and landscape contractors can earn continuing education credits along with NC pesticide recertification credits on Thursday, June 29 at RCC. The morning session will include presentations on pesticide application, rainwater harvesting, and tax developments and will be held 9:00am – 12:00pm. Credits available include: NC irrigation contractors continuing education – 1.0  Read More

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