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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 […]

New Kent students tour RCC

A large group of New Kent High School students who toured the RCC campus on February 21 are shown with […]

RCC-Workforce welding class achieves 100 percent pass rate

A class in maritime welding, sponsored by Rappahannock Community College’s Workforce Development Office in partnership with Huntington Ingalls Inc.-Newport News […]

Citizens’ committee advises RCC

On February 7, the Citizens’ Advisory Committee for Rappahannock Community College’s business management programs met with RCC representatives of those […]

Despite the yellow tape RCC’s Glenns Campus is open for business

Despite the yellow warning tape and hard hats, RCC’s Glenns Campus is still open for business.

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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