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The Need for Online Classes
At Rockingham Community College, we believe everyone should have the opportunity to further their education. We understand that many people have time constraints or difficulties getting to our campus. RCC offers online courses that allow you to take classes on your schedule, from home. Best of all, there are no additional fees to take online courses. Students enrolling in online courses should be skilled in using a computer and meet the minimum computer system and browser requirements.
RCC is authorized to serve students in most states, in compliance with the U.S. Department of Education State Authorization Requirements as established in HEOA 600.9(c). For more information about state authorization, visit the Rockingham Community College State Authorization page.
How Online Classes Work
Online students “attend” class by accessing the class and completing assignments according to the class schedule. Students are required to complete assignments according to the class schedule, maintain regular contact with the instructor, and participate in online class discussions. Online courses run on the same semester schedule as traditional classes.Click here to see what to expect in your online class and to see some helpful tips.
Rockingham Community College offers students the opportunity to complete an Associate of Arts degree fully online. This degree transfers to any university in the North Carolina University system per the NC Comprehensive Articulation Agreement.
Types of Online Learning Courses
Internet or Online
College credit or continuing education course where 100% of the instruction is delivered through the Internet.
College credit or continuing education course where more than 50% is online with a requirement that students also meet in traditional face-to-face sessions as determined appropriate by the college.
College credit or continuing education course where 100% of the instruction is delivered by two or more way video.
College credit or continuing education course where 50% or less is online with a requirement that students also meet in traditional face-to-face sessions as determined appropriate by the college.