The Advising & Counseling Center offers assistance in the areas of academic advising, college transfer and career services, disability services, personal counseling, and testing.
If you have academic questions, you should first contact your instructor and/or advisor. You may contact a member of the Advising & Counseling Center staff to discuss various academic issues such as academic progress, probation, course load, time management, study skills or course sequencing.
The Advising & Counseling Center is located on the upper level of the Whitcomb Student Center. For more information, please contact the Advising & Counseling Center at 336-342-4261 ext. 2288.
Faculty advisors help students make informed decisions about their program of study and potential career, which will enable students to create a viable plan to meet their academic and career goals. Topics usually covered in the advising process include:
- Student’s program of study
- Potential career resulting from the program
- Courses needed to complete the program
Other Academic Assistance
Students may come to the Advising & Counseling Center or the Admissions Office to receive help with academic issues. Students often seek help with interpreting RCC’s academic policies, including the following:
- Changing program of study
- Adding or dropping a course
- Accessing RCC’s campus resources