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RCC NEWS


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RCC and VCU Health Investing in the Next Generation

In 2022, with the support of funding from the Virginia General Assembly, the Pauley Heart Center worked with Rappahannock Community College (RCC) to establish a new two-year associate degree program in echocardiography. Two-year diagnostic medical sonography degree programs are available at a few other community colleges in Virginia, but only one, located in Northern Virginia, offers a degree program in heart sonography specifically.

February 16 2024
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RCC Adds Value to the Regional Economy

A recent study prepared by Lightcast, a global leader in labor market analytics, indicates that Rappahannock Community College (RCC) added $99.2 million in income to its 12-county service region in fiscal year 2021-2022.

January 31 2024
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From RCC to Newport News Shipyard

Fresh out of high school, Scott Pruitt, was unsure which career path to pursue but he knew he needed some form of professional training or higher education. A resident of Lancaster County, Pruitt enrolled in nearby Rappahannock Community College to try his hand at different subjects. “RCC is a fantastic and cost-effective way to expose yourself to higher education and see what appeals to you,” said Pruitt.

January 10 2024