News + Events from RCC
Check this page often as it will be updated with news, events and happenings at the Rappahannock Community College campuses and locations.
Vaughan Crittenden has always moved fast. As a student at Rappahannock Community College (RCC) and then James Madison University (JMU), he never tired of his fast-paced life. Between attending classes, doing homework, and racing with the Hampton Roads Kart Club, Crittenden was always on the go. It’s what he’s used to. Crittenden, a Middlesex native, […]
Rappahannock Community College (RCC) is offering free tuition and training for residents whose employment status has been affected by COVID-19. Residents must act by December 14, 2020 to take advantage of this exciting opportunity that is funded through the state’s new Re-employing Virginians (REV) Initiative. Visit www.rappahannock.edu/REV to learn more, find eligible programs, and sign […]
This year marks the 50th Anniversary of Rappahannock Community College. RCC graduates form the backbone of our local economy—our healthcare providers, bankers, lawyers, small business owners and trades-people. It’s hard to go through your day without being served by an RCC alum is some way. RCC’s Faces of 50 spotlights our alum, like Katie O’Bier. […]
We know that these are trying times. A lot of tough decisions need to be made in light of COVID-19, unemployment, and life in general. We get it. Please know that RCC is here to help you every step of the way to achieve your goals of creating a better future for yourself, your family […]
— Rappahannock Community College will host meet and greet sessions with the two candidates for Virginia’s First Congressional District. Republican Incumbent, Rob Wittman, answered questions and spoke on the issues on Monday, September 28. View the session here. Democratic Challenger, Qasim Rashid, answered questions and spoke on the issues on Wednesday, October 7. View […]