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When Meredith Malinsky was 18 years old, she set off to attend the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She dreamed of becoming a professional writer and moving to New York City to become immersed in the arts, the lights and sounds, and the culture of the Big Apple. But as Meredith says, God […]

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Robeson Community College’s Annual Report was released earlier this year to the Board of Trustee Members. Topics included in the report:  NCCCS President Thomas Stith III visits RCC RCC becomes Vaccine Champion College; Featured on CNN Visit from Miss North Carolina USA and Miss Teen North Carolina USA 2021 Highlights RCC Foundation Achievements Celebrating Excellence […]

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The Robeson Community College Board of Trustees adopted a resolution earlier this month to recognize Samuel L. Cox for his “unselfish and responsible role” in serving RCC during his 21-year tenure as board of trustee member.   The celebration to honor Cox was held during a board meeting on May 9 in which current Board […]

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April was National Poetry month. This year we celebrated with our 9th annual poetry contest, which was sponsored by the English department and the Friends of the Arts.  The writing themes this year were “The Power of Words” and “Real Beauty”. Both the English department and the Friends of the Arts would like to thank all participants. There were […]

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The RCC Foundation has received an anonymous donation in the amount of $10,000. The donor came forward earlier this month to create a memorial endowment in honor of Ralph Jacob Clark Jr. Clark was tragically killed in a car accident this past March. He was a senior at Lumberton High School and would have graduated […]

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The 2022-2023 catalog and student handbook has been released by Robeson Community College. Programs have been updated and the most accurate information is available for students pertaining to their program of study. Those who are interested in attending RCC can also check out the more than 80 programs of study offered and the courses required […]

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When Krystal Clark started on her journey to Robeson Community College, she says she didn’t quite know what to expect, but she just knew that this was where she needed to be. “It was a new environment for me,” said Krystal. “I was always interested in the medical field, so I said let me try […]

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Robeson Community College celebrated its 2022 Health Science graduates with several pinning ceremonies to commemorate the accomplishments of its students. Students from the radiography, respiratory therapy and associate degree nursing all held pinning ceremonies within the last week. The associate degree nursing program had the largest graduating class in the history of the program with […]

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Robeson Community College in partnership with the Robeson County Executive Law Enforcement Officers’ Association paid tribute to law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty on Thursday, May 12 in honor of National Police Week. National Police Week is observed every year in May throughout the United States that pays tribute to the local, […]

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“What a beautiful day the Lord hath made,” exclaimed RCC President Melissa Singler as she welcomed students and guests during Robeson Community College’s 2022 outdoor commencement exercises held on Wednesday. The weather was picture perfect and made for a beautiful day to celebrate the success, hard work, and determination of the Class of 2022. The […]

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Centuries ago, Jalaluddin Rūmī penned a line that still resonates across the globe today. He is said to have written, “What you seek is seeking you.” That’s what one soon-to-be graduate at Robeson Community College, Corina Brown, has discovered, that what you’re seeking in life may actually be closer than you may realize. Some might even […]

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Robeson Community College celebrated its 2022 Education graduates with a pinning ceremony on its campus, Thursday, May 5 at 6:00 p.m.   In addition to being pinned, students also received a copy of the book, Be You, written by New York Times best-selling author Peter H. Reynolds. Be You is a joyful reminder of the ways that every child is unique and […]

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This week more than 300 students are set to walk across the stage to become official graduates of Robeson Community College, but for one family from Rowland, it will be double the joy. Although they didn’t plan it to happen this way, this Wednesday May 11, Heath Graham and his son Cameron Graham will both […]

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Robeson Community College honored its 2022 Emergency Medical Science graduates with a pinning ceremony on its campus, May 2 at 6:30 p.m. It was the first pinning ceremony ever held for EMS students at RCC. The significance of the pinning ceremony celebrates their rite of passage from a student to a certified paramedic and completion […]

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Robeson Community College made a major announcement today during a press conference held at the Lumberton Correctional Institute.  “We are most pleased to share with you this morning that the Department of Education has invited Robeson Community College to participate in the Second Chance Pell Experiment,” stated Dr. Patrena Benton Elliott, Vice President of Instruction […]

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Robeson Community College will pay tribute to law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty on Thursday, May 12 in honor of National Police Week during the 30th Annual Robeson County Executive Law Enforcement Officers’ Association Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony. National Police Week is observed every year in May throughout the United States that […]

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A major announcement by Robeson Community College will be made tomorrow, May 3 at 10:15 a.m. at the Lumberton Correctional Institution (LCI), located at 75 Legend Road, Lumberton, NC 28359. The media is invited to learn more about a unique opportunity provided to Robeson Community College through the Biden-Harris Administration concerning the training and rehabilitation […]

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Robeson Community College would like to extend congratulations to its students who competed in the SkillsUSA North Carolina State Leadership and Skills Conference in Greensboro this week. SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers, and industry working together to ensure that America has a skilled workforce. The mission of the organization is to empower its […]

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Attention 2022 Graduates: Please pick up your cap and gown, tickets, and yard sign tomorrow, April 28th during the Fall and Summer & Fun Day event! Items will be available for pickup in the foyer of the ADL Auditorium (Building 15) from 9:30am-1:30pm and 4:00pm – 6:00pm.

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When the pandemic hit, it not only shut down businesses and organizations, but also caused the food pantry at Robeson Community College to shut down temporarily as well. “We rely on donations, and with the pandemic and with a limited number of people on campus, we decided to give all the food we had away […]

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Robeson Community College hosted one of the largest Outdoor Career Fairs in Southeastern North Carolina today, with 63 employers in attendance. The event drew more than 1000 visitors to the main campus of RCC located in Lumberton, including students, faculty, staff, and community members. “This has been the most successful job fair that we have […]

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On Monday, April 25, Robeson Community College inducted 12 students into Phi Theta Kappa, an international honor society that serves to recognize and encourage achievement of those enrolled in two-year colleges. To be eligible for PTK membership, students must maintain a GPA of 3.5 or above and have completed a minimum of 12 transferrable credit […]

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Robeson Community College continues to soar to new heights, and a new study by Emsi Burning Glass, has provided an in-depth review into the major economic engine that RCC has become. Emsi Burning Glass is a national leading research provider of economic impact studies and labor market data to educational institutions, workforce planners, and regional […]

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Apprenticeship builds business and it may even be the best kept secret in the U.S. economy.   That’s why Robeson Community College has launched a campaign to raise awareness about apprenticeships and the benefits it brings. “Apprenticeship programs allow employers to recruit and develop a highly skilled workforce which grows and sustains their business,” said […]

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Robeson Community College continues to receive registrations from employers seeking to attend the Outdoor Career Fair and Resource Event on April 26. The event will take place from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the main campus in Lumberton. The event is free and open to the general public. Organizers say that the fair will […]

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Like the county song by Alabama, Robeson Community College is getting ready to “Roll on” by training individuals how to drive an eighteen-wheeler with new trucks donated by Mountaire Farms. Mountaire Farms donated two trucks, a 2015 and a 2016 Kenworth T680, valued at $45,966 and $49,646 respectively, making the donation a total value of […]

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Robeson Community College is excited to announce that Eric Freeman has been named the Vice President of Workforce Development, Continuing Education, and Institutional Services. Freeman has served as an interim vice president for the college since November, and replaces Steven Hunt who left to pursue other opportunities. “I’m excited, it’s another chapter in life that […]

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Robeson Community College is pleased to announce that the Honorable Diane Phillips Surgeon, a district court judge for Robeson County, will serve as its Commencement speaker for the 2022 graduation. Surgeon was sworn in as District Court Judge in April 2021 after being appointed by Governor Roy Cooper to fill the position left vacant by […]

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On Thursday, April 28, Robeson Community College will pull out all the stops and get the party started in style with a special Fall and Summer Registration and Fun Day Event for new prospective students and its currently enrolled students.    The event will feature inflatables, music, games, giveaways, food and more as we celebrate […]

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Several curriculum programs at Robeson Community College have pinning ceremonies and/or graduations planned to commemorate students who have completed their program of study. These ceremonies include: EMS Pinning              May 2, 2022    6:30 p.m.         BB&T Conference Room / Building 18 Education Pinning      May 5, 2022    6:00 p.m.         BB&T Conference Room / Building 18 […]

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Top law enforcement officers could be seen taking part in training on the campus of Robeson Community College today. That’s because RCC had the distinct honor of hosting the North Carolina Association Chiefs of Police during its 2022 Regional Meeting for Region VI. Present were officers from more than 15 agencies including Holden Beach PD, […]

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The RCC Foundation has received a $10,000 donation from the Lumberton Tourism Development Authority (LTDA). LTDA voted to donate the money earlier this week to their annual scholarship which will provide two hospitality students $500 scholarships each semester. The RCC Foundation was presented with the check today at the Lumberton Visitor’s Bureau. “This is the […]

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The community is invited to join faculty, staff, and students at Robeson Community College on April 26 for an Outdoor Career Fair and Resource Event. The event will take place from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the main campus in Lumberton. If weather prohibits the fair from taking place, a rain date of May […]

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Robeson Community College unveiled its new Emergency Medical Services Building on Tuesday, April 12 with a special Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony. “This is a great day for our college,” said Shirley Stockton, chair of the RCC Board of Trustees. “It is also a great day for our community. Our graduates will enhance medical […]

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Robeson Community College will be hosting a blood drive in partnership with The Blood Connection on Tuesday, April 26 from 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. in the parking lot located by the auditorium / building 15.  Just look for The Blood Connections Mobile Unit. Demand for blood continues to rise across the nation, and the […]

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Robeson Community College will unveil its new Emergency Medical Services Building on Tuesday, April 12 with a special Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony. The event will take place at 10:00 a.m. in front of the EMS Building, which has been designated as Building 19. The new addition to the RCC campus began with a […]

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The Global Distinction program at Robeson Community College will host a lecture by Dr. Gabriela Valdivia titled “Another World Possible: Environmental Justice and Latin America.”   Dr. Gabriela Valdivia is a Professor of Geography at UNC Chapel Hill and Assistant Dean of Honors Carolina. She earned her master’s at UNC-Chapel Hill and her doctorate at […]

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In one of the most memorable events in the history of Robeson Community College, the college commemorated the opening of its new Military Affiliated Resource Center with a grand opening celebration featuring the United States Army Golden Knights. The event lived up to expectations becoming the ultimate show-stopper, star-studded event featuring military personnel and veterans.  […]

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Members of the Board of Trustees at Robeson Community College gathered together on Monday, April 4 for a special retreat in the Student Center of the main campus in Lumberton. Trustees were served a three-course meal prepared by students enrolled in the culinary arts, baking and pastry arts, and hospitality programs at RCC. The meal […]

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“Vroom, vroom, vroom,” is what you hear once Michael Elliott places his made from scratch, remote-controlled boat in the pond located on campus. Fellow students could be heard cheering him on as they see the boat take off. “It can probably go about 70 mph, just because of the weight and the power distribution,” said […]

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Nursing students at Robeson Community College joined in solidarity with the global community in support of peace for Ukraine. Students wore blue and yellow on Tuesday, March 29 and held signs that said #NursesforPeace. The International Council of Nurses (ICN), the European Federation of Nurses Associations (EFN) and the European Forum of National Nursing and […]

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It’s a photo in a random text message. It’s a link sent to you by someone that says they have a job offer. It’s a file that you downloaded from the internet. It’s an email that you thought was legit.   It’s a cyberattack. One you didn’t see coming.   Cyberattacks come in many forms […]

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For Ky’Aisa Roberts, during her search for a college, all signs were pointing to East Carolina University.  Ky’Aisa is an advanced senior dually enrolled at both Robeson Community College and the RCC early college. Doing what most high school seniors do, she started the process of applying to colleges and universities early, with one of […]

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Meet & Greet with Your Academic Advisor at Robeson Community College.   Two options available:   Online via MS Teams Monday, March 28 9am or 6pm (look for link sent to your RCC Email account)   Face-to-Face Tuesday, March 29 11am or 2pm Building 14 upstairs – follow the signs

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Robeson Community College held a “Huddle” today with its University Partners, and representatives from the Public Schools of Robeson County, to make university transfer acceptance a slam dunk for its students. “This is our first-ever networking event specifically for high schools across the county and our university transfer partners,” said Daniela Newland, the director for […]

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The culinary department at Robeson Community College hosted its 2nd Annual Battle of the Butts competition, allowing students to test their skills in barbeque sauces and pork rubs. “The students were tasked with an opportunity to create a rub and a sauce for a fundraiser we are doing with Community in Schools,” said Chef Lester […]

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On May 26, 2022, the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina will honor all Lumbee High School and College Students, who are potential 2022 graduates in the Lumbee Cords of Honor Ceremony.  “These cords represent this important milestone in the life of our Lumbee Students. The cords comprise the colors of the Lumbee Tribal Seal and […]

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The SGA at Robeson Community College captured a lot of photos today, celebrating St. Patrick’s Day! Check them out below.  

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For one Robeson Community College student, Makayla Hunt, seeing the unrest play out in places like Ukraine and the Middle East has her paying closer attention to the news these days.  That’s because she serves as a Sergeant in the North Carolina National Guard and she knows at any moment in time she can be […]

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Robeson Community College celebrated the opening of the First Gulf War Exhibit on its campus on Monday, March 14 with a special ceremony. The exhibit features 9-panels filled with photographs, recounting the conflict that began when Iraqi forces invaded Kuwait. The exhibit highlights Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm, weapons of the Gulf War, the […]

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Robeson Community College received a much-needed donation from Mountaire Farms on Friday, March 11. The fast-growing agricultural food processing company donated a Stryker EMS stretcher, a gift valued at $5,000.   If the college had purchased this equipment brand new, it would have cost approximately anywhere between $12,000-$13,000. You might ask, why would Mountaire Farms […]

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The Madness in March Slam Dunk Registration campaign continues at Robeson Community College. All Robeson County High Schoolers and their parents are invited to join RCC for a special ‘Preview Game’ showcasing Career and College Promise programs during an open house designed just for them. This invitation is extended to students from the Public Schools […]

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NCAS (NASA Community Colleges Aerospace Scholars) wants to connect Robeson Community College to NASA and help develop students at RCC into successful leaders. “NCAS is a unique activity exclusive to community college students within the United States,” said Maria Chambers, education coordinator at NASA Langley Research Center. “NCAS helps community college students make connections between their […]

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Aspiring chefs from Red Springs High School spent the day in culinary classes at Robeson Community College. They learned how to prepare meals and trained alongside RCC students and Chef’s Lester Locklear, James Ingram, and Linsie Locklear. “We are not able to go to the high schools, so we bring them to us,” said Chef […]

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Robeson County has gained four new Emergency Medical Technicians. Hailey Lowery, Tiana Scott, Savannah Hagins, and Ronnie Hamby completed and passed the EMT certification, which is just one step of the EMS program at Robeson Community College. These first-year students will test for their Paramedic certification upon completion of the associate degree program.  The four […]

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Shoot some hoops, score some points, and register at Robeson Community College during RCC Madness in March. Registrations will be accepted throughout the month for the upcoming spring and summer classes. “There’s no need to go anywhere else,” said Scott Lamm, Dean of University Transfer and Health Sciences. “RCC has everything that you need, full-court. […]

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The Small Business Center at Robeson Community College will offer free training in “Accelerating Agri-Business in Indian Country.” The program, designed to empower new and existing farmers, will begin on March 8 at 6:00 p.m. Students will have a choice of attending  a face-to-face class on the RCC campus or opting to attend remotely, as […]

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Robeson Community College will put on the ultimate show stopper for students, faculty, staff, and visitors attending the grand opening celebration of its Military Affiliated Resource Center (MARC) on April 6, 2022. The United States Army Parachute Team, nicknamed the Golden Knights, is scheduled to jump and parachute onto the campus in celebration of the […]

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Robeson Community College is honored to announce that The First Gulf War exhibit is coming to its campus in March.  The exhibition features eight informational panels, filled with photographs, recounting the conflict that began with dictator Saddam Hussein attacking Kuwait and invading the country on August 2, 1990.  The conflict would later become known as the Persian […]

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The Workforce Development and Continuing Education Division at Robeson Community College is excited to report that it is approximately 35% ahead of scheduled FTE projects for the year, shattering records and experiencing explosive growth in enrollment. “Fall 2021 was the best fall semester in the history of the college,” said Eric Freeman, Interim Vice President […]

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A student enrolled in the Industrial Technologies program at Robeson Community College has his eyes on the sky. Allan Inestroza built an FPV drone that can go up to 200 miles per hour as his project for the capstone course. The drone comes complete with a flight controller, electronic speed controller, motors, frame, propellers, batteries, […]

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The RCC Foundation has joined forces with AmazonSmile, which in essence will provide a simple way for the campus and community-at-large to help support students at no cost. “I am excited to announce the Robeson Community College Foundation has partnered with Amazon through their AmazonSmile program,” said Jessica Bullard, the RCC Foundation Director. “I ask […]

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The nursing students at Robeson Community College have a message that they want everyone to hear: Your heart is one-in-a-million. February is American Heart Month, a time when all people can focus on their cardiovascular health. RCC’s Nursing students are joining the CDC Million Hearts® initiative and health organizations across the nation in spotlighting the […]

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Robeson Community College and the RCC Early College celebrated Black History Month today with a special program in the A.D. Lewis Auditorium. The program included a special guest speaker, Robeson County Assistant District Attorney, Mary Jane Richardson. “It is important to learn about our history so we don’t repeat it,” said Richardson. “You are here […]

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Robeson Community College and the RCC Early College will celebrate Black History Month today with a special program starting at 10 a.m. in the auditorium located in Building 15. The program will include a special guest speaker, Robeson County Assistant District Attorney, Mary Jane Richardson. Early college students will then make various presentations related to […]

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Robeson Community College Small Business Center will partner with the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) for a Disadvantaged Business Enterprises event on Saturday, February 19, 2022 from 10 am – 12 noon at Robeson Community College in The Workforce Development Center (Building 18). Small, women-owned and disadvantaged business owners wanting to learn how to compete […]

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In celebration of National Random Acts of Kindness Day, Robeson Community College’s Counseling and Career Services Office organized an effort where the campus community could create and send a kind note. “Remember, being kind costs nothing,” wrote Samantha Oxendine in an email to the campus, as she encouraged others to take part in the activity. […]

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“We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give,” famous words once spoken by Winston Churchill. And it’s a quote that completely embodies the heart and spirit of Darlena Moore, President of the Gilbert Scholarship, Inc., who continues to support students at Robeson Community College and across North […]

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Robeson Community College received good news recently. The college received the green light from the North Carolina Community College System to take the next steps towards launching a new medical sonography program on its main campus in Lumberton.  The college will now move forward in seeking approval from its regional accrediting body, the Southern Association […]

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The Lumbee Tribe of NC is reaching out to assist Lumbee Students across the region who are in need. The Rental Pandemic Relief Program (RPRP) will assist rental households with financial assistance for unpaid rent or utility bills due to the impact of COVID-19.  A virtual RPRP educational college night will take place February 17, 2022 at 5:30 pm- […]

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Over 325 first responders returned to the classroom this past week to take part in training exercises during the 48th Annual Southeastern Fire/Rescue College and Law Enforcement Expo at Robeson Community College.  “This was an opportunity for specialized training in fire, rescue, and advanced law enforcement,” said Robert Ivey, director of fire and rescue training […]

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The Cultural Events Committee at Robeson Community College sponsored a photo contest in which students were to “Capture Your County Without Words.” Nicole Chayko-Berry, a respiratory therapy student at RCC, won the contest. The Cultural Events Committee named her entry “Running Free.” “The photo was representative of me and I felt that it represented old […]

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            Robeson Community College is pleased to announce the officers elected for the Student Government Association. Students elected Vicente Nieves Lopez as their SGA President for 2022. Lopez states that he hopes that during his presidency that he will be able to change how the faculty-staff-student life is on campus. […]

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With a few days before Valentine’s Day, thoughts of love are in the air. For one couple in Robeson County, their love has produced 26 years of happiness, 4 degrees, 2 GED’s, 4 kids, and 3 grandkids, as they continue to push each other to new heights each and every day. “And here we are,” […]

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A new exhibit has made its way onto the campus of Robeson Community College. RCC will be hosting The Paly Foundation’s Journey to Africa: Elephants Exhibit from February 1 to March 15. “The Journey to Africa: Elephants is a small exhibit containing only 4 panels,” said Sherry Lofton, an English Instructor at RCC and the […]

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Just one pint of blood can save up to three lives, and in the time, it takes you to read this article, 8 people in the United States will have needed a blood transfusion and or platelets, and that someone could be you or someone you love, as approximately 29,000 units of red blood cells […]

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Robeson Community College is proud to release the official list of the Fall 2021 Academic Scholars. Academic Scholars are full-time students enrolled in a two-year associate degree or one-year diploma program that achieve a 3.5 GPA within the semester.   Evergreen, NC Kaitlyn Conley Fairmont, NC Benjamin Gilley Tamar Hunt Briana Locklear Sheila Roberts Madison […]

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Robeson Community College is proud to release the official list of the Fall 2021 Presidential Scholars. Presidential Scholars are full-time students enrolled in a two-year associate degree or one-year diploma program that achieve a 4.0 GPA within the semester. Dillon, SC Amanda Bailey Arnette Clarkton, NC Demeary Britt   Fairmont, NC Loisteen Bartley Justin Rogers […]

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Due to impending inclement weather, Robeson Community College will be closed to the public on Saturday, January 29, 2022 with classes moving to remote learning. Robeson Community College is expected to resume regular schedule on Sunday, January 30, 2022. Students are encouraged to check their Moodle and college email accounts for instructions from faculty regarding […]

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Counselors at Robeson Community College are hosting a “Conversations and Coffee” event today, with morning and afternoon session to reach students on campus. Students had an opportunity to meet and greet the counselors and also learn about the various resources the Counseling and Career Services offers, such as advising to decide a major, disability services […]

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For those looking to hit the books in February and begin their academic journey towards a degree, Robeson Community College has several 12-week late start classes that begin February 8. Students interested in enrolling can register now by visiting the Admissions Office in Building 13, Monday through Thursday from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. or […]

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The DOT workshop previously scheduled for Saturday, January 29 at Robeson Community College has been postponed to Saturday, February 19 from 10:00-12:00. Small, women-owned and disadvantaged business owners wanting to learn how to compete for state transportation contracts are invited to attend the free workshop. The N.C. Department of Transportation is hosting another round of […]

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Due to freezing temperatures and the threat of icy roads in the early morning hours, RCC will operate on a 2- hour delay, tomorrow, Monday, January 24,2022. Campus operations and classes will resume at 10:00 am.   

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Due to forecasts of inclement weather, Robeson Community College will be closed to the public Friday, January, 21, 2022 through Sunday, January 23, 2022 with classes moving to remote learning. Robeson Community College will operate on a regular schedule today, January 20, 2022. Students should check their Moodle and college email accounts for instructions from […]

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The Lumbee Tribe of NC is reaching out to assist Lumbee Students at Robeson Community College. The Lumbee Tribe’s Rental Pandemic Relief Program (RPRP) will assist rental households with financial assistance for unpaid rent or utility bills due to the impact of COVID-19.  In the upcoming weeks, the RPRP team will conduct a virtual educational […]

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Robeson Community College is currently accepting registrations for the 48th Annual Fire/Rescue College and Law Enforcement Expo taking place February 9 – February 13, which will feature 45 different seminars on everything from Firefighter Certification, Leadership, CPR instructor Certification, and more. “This is an opportunity for specialized training in fire, rescue, and advanced law enforcement,” […]

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Enrollment is on the rise at Robeson Community College for the Spring 2022 semester compared to last spring. The college currently has 1361 students enrolled in its curriculum programs, compared to 1298 the year before at this time, which is a 4.8% increase in headcount, which equates to a 4% increase in FTE. FTE means […]

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Regardless of the reasons that people chose to drop out of high school, the facts are clear. Earning a high school diploma makes a difference, not only for your earnings, but for your quality of life. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, lifetime earnings of high school dropouts are $260,000 less than peers who […]

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The first 40 who get vaccinated, or who receive the booster shot, at Robeson Community College on January 5, not only will protect themselves and others from the COVID-19 virus, but will also receive a free boxed-lunch and drink from Firehouse Subs. The clinic will be held from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the […]

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The year 2021 has been an unforgettable year for all of us at Robeson Community College. From drive-thru graduations to COVID vaccination clinics, 2021 has been an eventful year. Below we list some of the most talked about stories on the RCC Campus this year.   #1 – Robeson Community College slated to receive $20.5 […]

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Robeson Community College Community College will be kicking off the New Year with its first ever registration celebration on January 5. The event will be held in Building 13 from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and will offer students an opportunity to complete their application, file the FAFSA, and register for classes. “If you’ve always […]

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As we look back on 2021, RCC remembers one of its own, a beloved colleague, friend, and advocate for students Rocky Peterkin. Peterkin passed away in late September at the age of 68. Rocky was the Assistant Vice President of the College and Career Readiness program at Robeson Community College. He began his journey at […]

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The Basic Law Enforcement program at Robeson Community College received an array of donations this week from Money Quick Guns. The donation, valued at $2000, included a reactive steel combat course target, 100 sets of firing range ear and eye protection, and 1000 firing range targets. The donation was accepted by Rudy T. Locklear, director […]

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Robeson Community College is pleased to announce that Deborah Kauba, the assistant director of financial aid, has graduated from the North Carolina Community College System Financial Aid Leadership Academy.  The graduation ceremony was held at the GTCC Cameron Conference Center in Oak Ridge. Kauba was one of 16 graduates who completed the program in December. […]

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The Criminal Justice and Basic Law Enforcement Training programs at Robeson Community College received an early Christmas present this year. The division received brand-new equipment that will be used during labs and training exercises at the college. “We are so appreciative of this donation, and we thank the donor that provided this to our college […]

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The holidays are getting brighter at Robeson Community College, as the RCC Foundation recently was the recipient of a $30,000 gift. The gift is from the Robert P. Holding Foundation and was presented to the college by First Citizens Bank to create the First Citizens Bank Endowed Scholarship. “The Foundation supports the programs of the […]

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The Student Government Association at Robeson Community College held a creative photo contest to motivate departments across campus to get into the Christmas Spirit. SGA received 8 entries in the contest. Students, faculty, and staff were able to vote on their favorite photo. Results from the contest were announced earlier this week. The department that […]

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This week 17 cadets graduated from the Fall 2021 Basic Law Enforcement Training program at Robeson Community College.   “I want to congratulate these cadets that have worked extremely hard to get to this day,” said Patrick Jacques, dean of applied technology and public safety at RCC. “They have 685 hours that they put into […]

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With COVID-19 outbreaks and variants of the virus on the rise, Robeson Community College will host a COVID-19 vaccination clinic on its campus, Thursday, December 9 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in partnership with CORE. No appointments are necessary. The clinic will be held in the BB&T room located in the Building 18. The […]

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Robeson Community College held a graduation for its barbering students on Monday, December 6. In all, eight students completed the program. The RCC 2021 barber graduates are: Brandt Baker, DeShawn Blue, Breslin Currie, Sha’dymond Dunkley, Dwayne Jones, Marty Locklear, Cedric McCormick, and Donyea McLucas. The barbering program at RCC is three semesters long and meets […]

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