Press Releases from RCC

Contact RCC’s Public Information Officer, Tom Martin, with any questions you might have about the following releases. Check back often as we are constantly updating our website with new information as it becomes available.

RCC students honored for top grades

Ten RCC students were recognized as members of the “A” Club during a celebratory luncheon sponsored by the college’s Student Support Services.

Steve Patt is the director of RCC’s new Diesel Mechanics Technology career studies certificate program.

RCC expands diesel certificate program

RCC expands diesel certificate program—Starting in May 2017, RCC will offer a career studies certificate in Diesel Mechanics Technology.

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RCC-RILL explores dead zones

RCC’s Rappahannock Institute for Lifelong Learning will collaborate with VIMS on a Spring 2017 course: “Dead Zones in the Chesapeake Bay and around the World.”

RCC professor Dr. Tom Mosca, pictured with his service dog, Ghillie, has recently been honored with the President’s Lifetime Achievement Award.

RCC’s Mosca earns presidential award

RCC professor Dr. Tom Mosca, pictured with his service dog, Ghillie, has recently been honored with the President’s Lifetime Achievement Award.

RCC-RILL focuses on climate change policies

Dr. Gregory Haugan teaches the RILL class “Impact of Greenhouse Gas Emissions Policies on Tidewater Virginia,” on March 13, 20, and 27 – RCC Kilmarnock Center.

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RCC-RILL looks at Anglican history

Rev. Dr. Christopher M. Agnew will examine “The Anglican Church in Eighteenth-Century Virginia” during a Rappahannock Institute for Lifelong Learning course.

RCC ponders King’s dream on MLK Day

Tyrone Fuller, Jr., of Joint Base Langley-Eustis gave a Martin Luther King Day presentation at RCC on January 16.

RCC-RILL studies India’s archaeology

Peter Bennett will teach “An Archaeological View of the History of India” for the RCC Educational Foundation’s Rappahannock Institute for Lifelong Learning-RILL

Civil War battle is RCC-RILL topic

Jon Stallard will teach “The Battle of Chancellorsville” for the RCC Educational Foundation’s Rappahannock Institute for Lifelong Learning (RILL).

Tappahannock Rotary funds RCC scholarships

The Tappahannock Rotary Club is commemorating two of its deceased members by providing two $1,000 scholarships for the benefit of qualifying RCC students.