When it comes to the first two years of college, earning a career certificate, or getting valuable training for a better job or going back into workforce, the best opportunity is at RCC. With your help RCC will continue to be the best opportunity for students in our region to get educated for a better life. Your support creates opportunities for students of all ages and puts more skilled professionals/workers into our community. Your gift can also benefit you by lowering your taxes. A gift of stock shares (owned for more than a year) qualifies for the same deduction as a cash gift, while avoiding tax on the capital gain and preserving your cash for other uses. So, however you give and whatever you give to RCC, our entire community benefits.
When considering where you will invest, please consider Rappahannock Community Educational Foundation. RCC EFI administers scholarships to benefit RCC students. The college has many programs and partnerships with varied constituents throughout our community and service region. Rappahannock Community College offers students more than the opportunity to earn a degree or certificate. It provides a gateway to the Commonwealth’s best four-year colleges and universities if that is our student's goal. Our curriculum and faculty serve our students to create a successful educational experience. The Associate Degree in Nursing Program at RCC is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing, Inc. (ACEN). Workforce Services serves businesses throughout our service region with customized classes. We have fully renovated campuses on Glenns and Warsaw with additional sites in Kilmarnock, King George, and New Kent.
RCC's strategic plan includes the following goals: Student Success: improve student access,persistence to graduation, transfer rates and success, and preparation for careers. Curriculum: Cultivate dynamic, high quality academic and workforce programs. Faculty and Staff: Utilize high quality recruitment, and retention practices, emphasizing professional development, leadership development, retraining, and retooling for RCC employees. Facilities and Student Activities: Expand and effectively support student activities and commons facilities. College and Student Resources: Properly staff operations and student support functions. Continue to expand Educational Foundation and grant funds to support college needs. Community: Expand partnerships with, presence throughout, and services to the community.
Indirect Public Support HelpIndirect public support represents revenue received through solicitation campaigns. This includes funding United Way and other federated fundraising organizations, but does not include donor designated contributions.
Earned Revenue HelpEarned revenue represents income generated in direct exchange for a product or service.Earned income includes income from government contracts.
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