RCC Gets Donation From Asante

MEDFORD, Ore. — Two years ago, Rogue Community College or RCC got a matching grant from the state. So any money donated or pledged to the medical professions programs will be matched up to the $8 million ¬†mark. With a $250 thousand pledge from Asante, RCC will actually be getting half a million dollars that … Continue reading »

RCC Receives Excellence Award

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — For the 11th consecutive year, Rogue Community College has received a Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting. RCC President Peter Angstadt presented the award September 16 at the Board of Education meeting, to the RCC Budget and Financial Services, Human Resources, Information Technology and Purchasing departments. The award is … Continue reading »

RCC Holds Forum to Discuss LGBT Bullying

MEDFORD, Ore. — Bullying is something Rogue Community College will not tolerate on campus¬†and will not condone in the community. The college hosted an event Thursday night to discuss the best ways to handle bullying and harassment of LGBT individuals. Many students, staff, and community members filled the seats to participate in the discussion and … Continue reading »

Bill Explores Free Community College

MEDFORD, Ore. — Joshua Majchrzak graduated from high school last year and is now working toward his dream. “Right now I’m just doing my pre-requisites at R.C.C. but eventually I plan on going into nanotechnology which is a new field in science,” said Majchrzak. The road to that career will include higher education and the … Continue reading »

New Study Center for RCC Redwood Campus

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — Veteran students at Rogue Community College’s Redwood Campus have a new place study and do research. Monday, a brand new Veteran’s Resource Center opened on the Redwood Campus and officials say RCC is now the second community college in Oregon to offer a VRC. The center will serve as a site … Continue reading »

RCC Hosts “Rock the Block”

MEDFORD, Ore. — Students, their family members, and interested community members filled downtown Medford on Wednesday. Dozens turned out for Rogue Community College’s free event called “Rock the Block.” They closed a section of Bartlett Street by the RCC Bookstore for games and activities. One of the most entertaining parts of the day for some … Continue reading »