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Reporting Misconduct/Title IX

Reporting Misconduct Important information for individuals who may be victims of sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, or stalking: If you or someone you know may have been a victim of the behaviors listed above or any other type of violence, you are strongly encouraged to seek immediate assistance. Assistance can be obtained 24 HOURS  Read More

Basic Law Enforcement Training Certificate (C55120)

Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET) is designed to give students essential skills required for entry-level employment as law enforcement officers with state, county, or municipal governments, or with private enterprise.

Earn high school and college credits with Web Technologies pathway

Dalton McMichael High School juniors and seniors can enroll in a Web Technologies program of study that will enable them to earn high school and college credits at the same time, on their Mayodan campus. This program is offered to all Rockingham County juniors and seniors from public and private schools and home schools; however,  Read More

Basic Law Enforcement BLET

This course covers the basic skills and knowledge needed for entry-level employment as a law enforcement officer in North Carolina. Topics include those mandated by North Carolina Criminal Justice Education and Training Standards Commission as essential for functioning in law enforcement. Upon completion, the student should be able to demonstrate competence in the topics required  Read More

March 14 Coronavirus Update

Per North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper’s decision for public schools to close for a minimum of two weeks and further direction from the North Carolina Community College System, Rockingham Community College has made some decisions that will alter how we provide instruction and services. Students will have an extended spring break, with no classes March  Read More

BLET grads post 100-percent pass rate on state exam

In all of the years that RCC’s Basic Law Enforcement Training School Director Jim Gunn has taught prospective officers, Monday night’s graduating class of 12 was the first time ever that he HAD 100 percent of his students pass the state exam. That’s a long time, considering Gunn taught BLET for the Greensboro Police Department from  Read More

10 graduate from BLET

WENTWORTH – Rockingham Community College’s 52nd Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET) Class graduated on June 17. The 10 graduates are Jaunayd Mubarik Abdul-Kareem, Jacob Dearborn Clark, Stephen Logan Cochran, Stephen Todd Gammons, Joshua Bradley Kendrick, Jeremy Daniel McCollum, Brandon Alexander Nichols, Taylor Meyrie Pittman, Favio Augusto Stroher, and Cody Tyler Wray. This session of BLET  Read More

Summer Continuing Education Courses

Summer Continuing Education Courses at RCC Rockingham Community College Community College is offering a variety of short-term, continuing education courses designed to meet your needs. Duke Energy TRAILS Courses Sustainable Trail Design and Layout, Construction and Maintenance: June 4-7, held on the RCC Campus Sustainable Trail Design and Layout: June 19, One-day intermediate trail training  Read More

Faculty and Staff Receive Recognition

RCC Faculty and Staff Receive Recognition Assistant Professor Roxanne Pecinich was selected as the 2018 full-time Excellence in Teaching Award recipient. Pecinich holds a Diploma in Nursing from Watts School of Nursing, a Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in Nursing from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. She joined the faculty at  Read More

BLET Graduation

BLET graduates prepared for law enforcement careers Rockingham Community College’s 49th Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET) Class graduated December 11. The graduates are: Christopher Bailey, Tommy Burcham, Raven Hazelwood, Gene Hutson, Kyre’ Keen, Andrew Lunsford, James Pulliam, Ariel Pyron, James Shell, Thomas Stafford, Colter Stanfield, Julia Vernon, Lucan White, Anthony Wooten.

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