Rappahannock Community College features vibrant and active campuses full of activities for our students. RCC students can make the most of their time here — by taking part in intramural sports, tournaments and student clubs and trips.
Student Ambassador Program:
20 students who shape RCC
We “fling” and “bash” a lot here —
especially in Spring + Fall
Have fun in the sun (or shade)
with our sports programs
Meet students from around the state
at the VCCS Leadership Conference
Have you got what it takes
to join Phi Theta Kappa?
Get your thumbs prepped for
our annual Gaming Tournaments!
Are you ready for scary fun for
the Halloween Costume Contest?
College is only about studying, books and tests, right? WRONG. School is also to help give you new experiences and let you grow and lead. That’s the aim of our Student Ambassador Program at RCC. As a Student Ambassador, students can:
Ambassadors are made up of 20 students, 10 from Glenns and 10 from Warsaw, who meet weekly as a group the director of student activities. For more information about becoming an ambassador, please contact David Keel Interim Director of Student Development.
April’s Spring Fling also features fun and sun on the lawn, but representatives from our GAA partners will be on hand to chat about transfer options. Glenns and Warsaw each host a Spring Fling and Fall Bash each year.
Our Gulls are an amazing band of athletes who compete against local university club teams and community colleges from out of state. They play at Crowther Field at our Warsaw Campus, and the games are always free! Learn more about RCC Softball — and how you can make the team.
One of the great things about being a Rappahannock student is learning outside of the classroom. You’ll see that our invited speakers and presenters are from varied backgrounds and have a broad range of expertise. Here are some from Spring 2014:
Students on campus should keep an eye on their RCC e-mail for these announcements, or check the RCC Events page for a great look at what is upcoming..
The annual VCCS Leadership Conference is held at different scenic locations throughout the state. The conference gives student leaders from across the 23 college Virginia Community College System a chance to learn from each other and share new ideas.
Students who are selected to attend are able to experience this event at no cost. The Fall 2014 VCCS Leadership Conference was held from November 14-16 at the Wyndham Virginia Beach Oceanfront Hotel.
For more information about attending next year, please contact David Keel Interim Director of Student Development.
The Phi Theta Kappa with chapters on the both campuses recognizes and encourages scholarship among two-year college students.
To achieve this purpose, Phi Theta Kappa provide opportunity for the development of leadership and service, for an intellectual climate for exchange of ideas and ideals, for lively fellowship for scholars, and for stimulation of interest in continuing academic excellence.
The PTK contact at Rappahannock Community College is Matt Brent, Assistant Professor of History.
Sound too good to be true? It is an actual tournament for interested RCC students. You can be that this is the real-deal!
The RCC Video Game Tournament started in 2014, and proved to be quite popular! A variety of games challenged our students — from Madden to the classic first-person games — our competitors faced them all.
For more information about attending or upcoming events, please contact David Keel Interim Director of Student Development..
Did you spend time on stage — or behind one? Do you have an itch to get up in front of people and speak and a habit of dramatizing your textbook reading?
Then the Rappahannock Community College Drama Club may be the place you belong. Members of the group have on shows, and have gone on trips to attend others. Don’t “act” like you’re not interested!
For more information about the Drama Club, please contact the group’s sponsor Amie Schaumberg, Instructor of English.
Starting in Fall 2013, a Halloween costume has been hosted by Student Activities team here at RCC. Students were challenged to wear a costume to campus and submit photos of themselves in costume to the RCC Facebook page.
RCC students, faculty, staff, and community members who follow the Facebook feed chose the winner — that winner won a gift card based on the number of “likes” per photo.
For more information on the upcoming 2014 contest, please contact David Keel Interim Director of Student Development.