What Are the Requirements to Register Online? Have a valid Virginia DMV driver’s license or state ID card. Be a citizen of the United States. Be a resident of Virginia. Be 18 years old on or before the next general election (if you are 17, you can still register and vote in elections if you […]
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Upcoming Events September 22nd: National Voter Registration Day Please join us on Sep 22, 2020 for National Voter Registration Day – On the Spot Registration Sessions with RCC. We will virtually guide you through the voter registration process, every step of the way! Session 1 – 10:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. Session 2 – 11:00 […]
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by Jennifer Rose Bryant Chris Holman’s early family life and inherent nature impacted his choices and lifestyle. He and his older brother were raised by a single mom doing her best in a difficult situation. Life on the north side of Richmond revolved around drugs, violence, and poverty. Like any young man he wanted excitement, […]
RCC held another successful week-long STEM camp for 32 local rising 6th-9th grade students. This was the first year with high school students, with nine participating in higher level activities. For the past 5 years the camp was held on the RCC campus. Due to current events, this year’s camp was converted to an online […]
Ashley Fowlkes, an LPN nursing student at RCC, will graduate on May 8. She has attended classes since the summer 2019 when she enrolled in the LPN-to-RN bridge program. Ashley shared with us her experience at RCC and her pride in the medical community during this unprecedented time. An LPN at Work Ashley Fowlkes has […]
By Abby Parsons This February, Rappahannock Community College celebrates Black History Month. Our faculty and staff tell us what Black History Month means to them and their own personal histories. Our final feature of the series is Basheer Abdul-Malik, Administrative Assistant of Dual Enrollment at RCC. Basheer Abdul-Malik was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. His mother […]
By Abby Parsons This February, faculty and staff tell us what Black History Month means to them and their own personal histories. Our second feature is on Paulina Johnson, RCC’s Library Acquisitions Specialist who has been an employee of the college for almost 25 years. An Inspired Childhood Paulina Johnson was born in Richmond County. She […]
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