Thanks to an unrestricted bequest to the Richmond County Public Library, Richmond County children from birth to the age of five can be registered with the Imagination Library to receive a free book in the mail every month from Dolly Parton until their 5th birthday.
Welcome RCC alumni! You hold a special place in our hearts and we want to stay connected with you as your journey of success continues.
Learn more about what is going on with your fellow graduates, and how you can give back:
For more information on how you can get in touch with RCC, please contact Michele Inderrieden, Alumni Relations Coordinator at 804-333-6824.
The Rappahannock Community College Educational Foundation, Inc. (RCC/EFI) is a non-profit charitable Virginia corporation dedicated to supporting the mission of Rappahannock Community College of success through quality learning.
About the Foundation
RCC/EFI is dedicated to assisting residents of the college’s twelve-county service region gain access to affordable and effective higher education by gathering, managing, and distributing financial resources through its scholarships, endowments, and outreach programs.
RCC/EFI is governed by a volunteer board of directors that represent the 12 counties that RCC serves. These directors give generously of their time and talent. The Foundation is housed in the historic Chinn House on the Warsaw campus, and hours of operation are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Brooke Daniel and Reilly Price earn top honors in the RCC Library’s Spring Writing competition after their entries were judged to be the best.
The 46th Annual Commencement at the RCC Warsaw Campus took place on May 11 and saw 400 students march and become alumni.