Celebrating cultural diversity

RCC students were proud to represent their home countries – and practice their English skills – at a pair of World Day events held this spring at the Riverside and Redwood campuses. The two campus events, held May 21 and 22, were spearheaded by RCC Latino Outreach & Recruitment in partnership with the Adult Basic Skills department, Associated Student Government and the RVC Latino Club....
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Jennifer Cunningham

Against all odds

Jennifer Cunningham dreams of opening a fitness center in her hometown of Cave Junction. As a new graduate of the RCC massage therapy program and an aspiring athletic trainer, Jennifer has all the skills and determination needed to one day make her dream a reality. But that wasn’t always the case. “I’d been called stupid my whole life,” she said. “I believed for most of...
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Scott Chancey named 2019 Outstanding Citizen

Rogue Community College is proud to announce Scott Chancey, program supervisor of Josephine Community Transit, as the 2019 recipient of the RCC Outstanding Citizen Award for his distinguished service to the college and community. Chancey received the award at the 2019 Commencement held June 15 at The Expo in Central Point.  Over the past 10 years, Chancey has ensured the affordability and reliability of transit services for RCC students in Josephine County. Chancey has worked with RCC to set up...
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RCC celebrates class of 2019

They enrolled. They acquired knowledge. They practiced skills. They worked tirelessly day after day to balance school and jobs and family life. And today, they graduated—the Rogue Community College (RCC) class of 2019. Pride is bursting from every corner of every campus. RCC’s 48th Commencement was held June 15 at 5 p.m. in the Bi-Mart Amphitheater at the Jackson County Expo amid crowds of supporters,...
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Make for All logo

RCC joins coalition to boost maker education

Rogue Community College has joined in the Make For All coalition and was part of the national rollout on June 14, 2019. Participation in Make For All is part of broad efforts by RCC to develop resource centers known as makerspaces where students and the community can develop skills and products. Make For All is a national coalition of leading education organizations focused on broadening...
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