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RCC goes to VIMS for hands-on course

“This class offers students the opportunity to get out of theoretical work and into the field,” says Rappahannock Community College […]

Mixing it up with RCC’s Chef Bright

Chef Hatley Bright, director of the Culinary Arts program at Rappahannock Community College, will be sharing her skills this summer […]

RCC-RILL reviews the Crusades

“Fighting for the Cross: A Short Overview of the Crusades” is the latest course from the Rappahannock Community College Educational […]

RCC nursing students help out at Health Fair

At the March 29 Community Health and Wellness Fair, at Riverside Tappahannock Hospital, associate-degree nursing students from Rappahannock Community College […]

RCC students offered summer semester on floating university

As part of its “Semester at Sea” program, the Institute for Shipboard Education is making available to Rappahannock Community College […]

RCC sustainability committee offers environmental lecture

In keeping with one of its major goals, that of disseminating information about the environment and “green” technologies, the Environmental […]

RCC hosts Mathews seniors for campus tour

“The kids had a lot of fun,” says Katelyn Dodge, director of school counseling at Mathews High School, about a […]

Psychologist addresses RCC students

On March 12, Rappahannock Community College students were privileged to hear an informative talk from forensic and clinical psychologist Dr. […]

RCC presentation features local success story

For a March 12 Women’s History Month presentation, the Student Support Services Office at Rappahannock Community College invited Essex High […]

RCC class learns math skills by building bridges

Students of math instructor Robert Parker’s Pre-calculus II class at Rappahannock Community College have recently been developing their engineering skills […]

January Hours of Operation and Event Schedule

Student Services includes Admissions/Records, Counseling, Financial Aid, and Business Office. Tuesday, Jan. 3  College Reopens Glenns/Warsaw Student Services and Registration […]

F. Scott Fitzgerald Short Story Contest

Entries are invited for the 16th annual F. Scott Fitzgerald Short Story Contest. Rules for Entries Residents of Maryland, Virginia, […]

RCC Vice-President Dr. Tresia Samani on the Renovation

Luka and the Fire of Life

You know how you receive those e-mails about the slew of new books we’ve purchased in the Library, and you […]

JMU Grad joins RCC Library staff

Meet Tychier Young: Tychier, or Ty, as she prefers to be called, is a graduate of James Madison University where […]

RCC Student Appreciation Days

Dear Students:   You are cordially invited to RCC Student Appreciation Days. When: December 14 – 16 in the Glenns […]

Its that time of year again . . .

Students! With final examinations and projects approaching, the Library wants to remind you that we’re here to assist you with […]

Bringing in the new . . .

As Fall 2010 reaches a crescendo and we all begin to cool our heels over the Winter Break something exciting […]

More information on Banned Books

Classic Novels are not the only books to drum up controversy in American homes and classrooms, graphic novels are doing their part […]


September 25 – October 2 marks America’s annual Banned Books Week. Every year books are “challenged,” meaning individuals, groups, organizations […]

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