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How would you like to receive $100? It’s easy. Just follow the steps below.   Step 1: Enroll in a class, or be employed, at Robeson Community College between July 1 and December 31. Question – I took a 2-hour CPR class in July, am I eligible? Yes.  Question – I worked part-time in July […]

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Robeson Community College and the RCC CyberConnect Grant hosted a virtual presentation on Cybersecurity, in honor of October being Cybersecurity month. Guest presenter Domingo Rivera, the Cybersecurity Advisor for the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) Region 4 (North Carolina), a division of Homeland Security, delivered a virtual presentation titled ‘The Cybersecurity Threat Landscape.’ During his […]

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Robeson Community College invites all students, faculty, staff, and members of the community to its campus on November 3, 2021 for a celebration of Native American Culture in honor of Native American Heritage Month, which is observed in November. “It’s going to be a celebration of our culture,” said Phyllis Locklear, coordinator of the First […]

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Robeson Community College and the RCC CyberConnect Grant invite students, faculty, staff and the general public to a virtual presentation on Cybersecurity, taking place tomorrow, Monday, October 25, 2021 at 10:00 a.m. Guest presenter Domingo Rivera, the Cybersecurity Advisor for the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA)  Region 4 (North Carolina), a division of Homeland […]

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Everyone is invited to join Robeson Community College for the free FAFSA Drive-In event taking place on Saturday, October 23 from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. COVID-19 safety protocols will be in place and all that current or prospective students need to do is sign-up, pull-up and get the assistance needed to complete their financial […]

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The Student Government Association (SGA) at Robeson Community College will be hosting a special drive-thru trick or treat event on Thursday, October 28 from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. in front of the Student Center / Building 13. Everyone is invited to attend the drive-thru event for a frightfully good time, full of thrilling tricks […]

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As part of their “Extra Miles” listening tour, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina, leaders in the healthcare industry, paid a visit to Robeson Community College. Blue Cross NC is traveling to across North Carolina to visit education anchors and healthcare systems to get a better understanding of the barriers that exist and […]

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Students, faculty and staff had an opportunity to listen to a lecture titled Understanding China in the 21st Century: A Historical Perspective  by UNC World Scholar Donald Santacaterina. The lecture focused on how the “Century of Humiliation” led to the rise of the Communist party, which ultimately gave way to China’s rise as a world […]

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Robeson Community College is gearing up for its 4-week Winter Session and has a special promotion to help kick it off. For a limited time only, students can get one class for free during RCC’s Winter Session. “Hurry! Don’t get left out in the cold,” an ad for Winter Session at Robeson Community College reads, […]

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Robeson Community College will host a college transfer fair on Thursday, November 18 from 12:00 p.m. to 1:45 p.m. To date, 25 colleges are expected to be in attendance including: Appalachian State University, Boone Campbell University, Buies Creek Chowan University, Murfreesboro Coastal Carolina University, Myrtle Beach, SC Coker College, Hartsville, SC East Carolina University, Greenville Elizabeth […]

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The Global Distinction program at Robeson Community College will host a talk by Donald Santacaterina titled Understanding China in the 21st Century: A Historical Perspective. Santacaterina is a Ph.D. Candidate, Professor, Propaganda Analyst, and Historian of Global Media Systems at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. He has written numerous publications on topics involving China. […]

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In recognition of Hispanic Heritage Month, Robeson Community College has several festivities planned for students for them to get involved and learn more about the cultural and historical significance and contributions of the Hispanic community. All week long, students will be given trivia questions to answer through their student email accounts. The questions will be […]

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In celebration of FAFSA month, the Financial Aid Office at Robeson Community College will be giving away a free Visa gas card to a lucky student who files their 2022-2023 FAFSA (this week only) and submits a screenshot of their submission to finaid@robeson.edu. This promotion is good only from October 11, 2021 – October 15, […]

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Robeson Community College is excited to announce that Basketball Legends Dereck Whittenburg and Al Wood will be in attendance at RCC Foundation’s 37th Anniversary Clifford Bullard Memorial Golf Tournament. The tournament will be held on Thursday, October 14 with two shotgun starts, the first at 8:00 a.m. and the second at 12:45 p.m. at Pinecrest […]

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If you have driven onto the campus of Robeson Community College this month, you may have noticed the large pink bows on display. The pink bows are wrapped around the large trees along the front entrance, as Sherry Lofton, an English instructor at RCC, says, “to remind everyone that October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month.” […]

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Robeson Community College in partnership with CORE (Community Organized Relief Effort) will host a COVID-19 vaccination clinic on October 15 from 9:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. during the ‘Made in Robeson Day’ and job fair. CORE will be administering the FDA approved Pfizer vaccine. First shot and second shot doses will be available at no […]

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Robeson Community College will host a job fair on October 15 immediately following the ‘Made in Robeson Day’ event from 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. The job fair is open to students, alumni, and the general public. Over 45 employers have confirmed attendance and reserved tables for the job fair, including: PSSI (Packers Sanitation) REMPAC […]

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Robeson Community College will host an apprenticeship summit on November 4 for all business and industry leaders in an effort to increase apprentice opportunities for students. The summit will feature Joyce Milling and Antwan Pippin from ApprenticeshipNC, special guests from Elkay and Campbell’s Soup, and RCC students and apprentices Melinda Locklear and Kendrick Godwin. “We […]

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The Effective Teacher Training class at Robeson Community College is the largest class to date.  Currently, 21 students have signed up for the class, and they are scheduled to complete the training tomorrow at 5:00 pm. Effective Teacher Training is a 36-hour course that is required for substitute teachers in the State of North Carolina, […]

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Due to the possibility of inclement weather this Thursday, the RCC Foundation’s 37th Anniversary Clifford Bullard Memorial Golf Tournament has been rescheduled for Thursday, October 14th. The announcement was made late Wednesday afternoon after reviewing forecasted weather reports for Thursday. The RCC Foundation is still accepting sponsorships for the golf tournament and there are still […]

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If you’re thinking about starting a new business, you may want to enroll in one of the upcoming workshops available at the RCC Small Business Center in Lumberton. Each year, RCC offers approximately 60-75 seminars to assist aspiring and existing entrepreneurs. If you would like to learn how to invest, the best option to do […]

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The Small Business Center at Robeson Community College will offer ‘The Business of Farming in Indian Country,” a 10-week training program designed for entrepreneurs and farmers.  In this program, students will have an opportunity to learn how to build the perfect strategic plan to move forward with starting a farm or small agribusiness. The series […]

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The Carolina Student Transfer Excellence Program (C-STEP) is a partnership between Robeson Community College and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.  C-STEP is designed to foster success by identifying talented low-to-moderate income students while they are early in their community college experience, work with the community college to mentor students as they complete the associate’s […]

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Robeson Community College is excited to announce that the RCC Foundation raised more than $800 today with the assistance, and talents, of the RCC Culinary Department. “Let’s do lunch,” an email from Jessica Bullard, RCC Foundation Director stated. “We have joined forces with Chef Lester Locklear and the culinary department for another chance to support […]

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Robeson Community College took part in the Lumberton Food Festival which was held this past weekend at Biggs Park Mall. The festival itself drew more than 10,000 attendees, of which more than 250 visited the tents for information about RCC. “Please join me in thanking the following members of our RCC team for assisting with […]

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Robeson Community College in partnership with the American Red Cross will be hosting another blood drive this month to assist with meeting the needs of the community and ensuring an adequate blood supply is available. This will be the third blood drive held in the month of September on the RCC campus. The first two […]

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The counseling and career services at Robeson Community College will host a Suicide Prevention Awareness event tomorrow, September 28 in partnership with Eastpointe. “September is the Suicide Prevention Awareness Month,” said Susan Moore, counselor and disabilities coordinator at RCC. “Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the United States and can be 100% […]

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The US Department of Education is requiring all colleges across the country to that received HEERF III (Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund) package to provide direct outreach to all financial aid applicants who may have been financially impacted by COVID-19.  In response to that mandate, Robeson Community College will be providing professional judgements on September […]

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Administrators hope that new and current students will ‘fall into’ RCC during the coming weeks, either to get a jumpstart on their degree or to fast-forward to the next stop in their academic journey. A special admissions day called “Fall into College” has been scheduled to assist students in getting enrolled and registered. The event […]

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RCC has received new equipment for its culinary arts, baking and pastry arts, and hospitality programs. The equipment was purchased over the summer to enhance the program and the quality of instruction for students to prepare them for the real world. “This is an example of Robeson Community College’s dedication to training and new technology […]

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In celebration of National Manufacturing Month, Robeson Community College will be hosting ‘Made in Robeson’ on October 15. The event will take place from 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. “We are going to shine the light on all the good things that Robeson County has to offer,” said Patrick Jacques, dean of applied technology and […]

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Robeson Community College in partnership with the North Carolina Gang Investigators’ Association will present a free, three-day course in Basic Street Gang Investigator Training for sworn law enforcement officers. This training will provide basic, entry-level training for those who are assigned to work with street gangs. Instruction on how to recognize and identify gang members […]

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Demand for blood continues to rise and the supply of blood continues to decrease due to the pandemic. Blood supply levels remain at a critical stage in Robeson County and donors are greatly needed to ensure an adequate reserve of blood is available. Just one pint of blood can save up to three lives. In […]

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‘Get vaccinated. Get $100. It’s that easy!’ reads an advertisement from Robeson Community College geared towards students, faculty, and staff. Robeson Community College is offering a one-time payment of $100 to each student, faculty, and staff member that is enrolled or employed at the college between July 1, 2021 and December 31, 2021 and is […]

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Robeson Community College will be hosting an emergency blood drive on Monday, September 13 from 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. in the parking lot located by the auditorium / building 15. All donors will receive a $20 e-gift card and donations will be screened for COVID-19 antibodies.  According to the American Red Cross, demand for […]

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Robeson Community College would like to remind everyone that it will host a joint COVID-19 and flu vaccination clinic on September 15, 2021 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. “This will be an opportunity for everyone in Robeson County and the surrounding areas to knock out COVID-19 and the flu,” said RCC President Melissa Singler. […]

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With the arrival of new simulation equipment, Robeson Community College has begun to offer several new training courses for law enforcement in a safe environment. Officers will have several opportunities to take part in de-escalation training in which they will go through different scenarios to try to prevent a stressful situation from turning violent. “The […]

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Robeson Community College signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) articulation agreement today with Lees-McRae College.              “This is another great opportunity for our students to attend a wonderful institution in the Western part of the State,” said Scott Lamm, dean of university transfer and health sciences at RCC. The agreement guarantees admissions from RCC […]

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Robeson Community College is excited to announce that it will sign a MOU Articulation Agreement with Lees-McRae College today at 2pm. This agreement will allow students to seamlessly transfer to Lees-McRae and open up new doors for Robeson Community College students.   “This is another great opportunity for our students to attend a wonderful institution […]

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This September will mark the 20th Anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks that took the lives of more than 3,000 people. The attacks took place on a beautiful sunny day in New York City, at the Pentagon in Washington D.C., and in Pennsylvania. Those events have impacted every American, and every generation, most of whom […]

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Many practical nursing graduates at Robeson Community College have been busy preparing to sit for the National Council Licensure Examination. One student, Nicolette Locklear, is hoping that all of those endless nights of studying over the past year will pay off when she takes her exam later on this month. Another thing that has been […]

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They say when you follow your heart and stay true to yourself, great things will begin to happen. That is what one student discovered when she decided to enroll in the cosmetology program at Robeson Community College. “I have always wanted to do hair and nails, make-up,” said Elizabeth Hunt, a native of Maxton. “It […]

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This past summer shined brightly for one student at Robeson Community College. Jessica Thomas-Davis, a criminal justice student, decided to give college another chance and her experience has been better than she could have ever imagined.    “I initially started at another community college 20 years ago… but life and other things, in general, tend […]

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If students missed the start of Fall 2021 classes,  they will have another opportunity get a jumpstart on their degree this September. Robeson Community College will offer several late start classes that begin September 14. These classes will be offered completely online. Financial aid is available and 2021 NC high school graduates can still take […]

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If you’ve ever wanted to learn how to “STEM like a girl,” Robeson Community College has a great opportunity lined up for you. The First Americans’ Pathway to STEM success (FAPSS) grant will present its first guest speaker, Heather Oxendine, in the ‘STEM like a girl’ series on Tuesday, August 31 at 6:00 p.m. The […]

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To meet the growing demand and need for law enforcement officers, Robeson Community College will offer a ‘last chance’ night time Basic Law Enforcement Academy. The night BLET academy will begin October 11 and end July 1. The class will meet Monday through Thursday from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. and every other Saturday from […]

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United States Representative Dan Bishop will visit Robeson Community College on Wednesday, August 25. Bishop is expected to arrive on campus at 11:30 a.m. The congressman will meet with RCC President, Melissa Singler, and the Executive Team of the College, before taking a campus tour. Representative Dan Bishop represents the 9th district of North Carolina […]

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Students, faculty and staff at Robeson Community College will have an opportunity to express & de-stress on Wednesday, August 25 during a Color Me Calm Paint Party. The paint party will be held in the Student Center located in Building 13 between 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. The Color Me Calm Paint Party is a […]

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Robeson Community College is proud to announce that its Emergency Medical Services (EMS) program has ranked #1 among rural colleges in Southeastern North Carolina in terms of FTE. RCC achieved 287.0 FTE’s overall. FTE means “full-time equivalent” for the purposes of calculating a full-time enrollment, which include full-time students along with those who only attend […]

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Twenty law enforcement officers across North Carolina graduated Friday, August 20 from Robeson Community College’s Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Training. Participants included members from the Robeson County Sheriff’s Department, the Lumberton Police Department, the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation and the NC Magistrate’s Office. According to Lee Hinson, director of the law enforcement continuing […]

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Registration is now open for the Effective Teacher Training program at Robeson Community College.   The Effective Teaching Training (ETT) course is a requirement for becoming a substitute in North Carolina, however, many school systems may have additional requirements that must be met prior to obtaining employment. The Public Schools of Robeson County, for example, […]

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Back by popular demand, Robeson Community College will host a 2nd Career and College Promise Open House on August 26 at 6pm. The event will take place in the auditorium located in Building 15 of the main campus in Lumberton. The CCP Open House is open to all high school students in Robeson County, including […]

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It is an exciting time to be a student at Robeson Community College. With the Fall semester in full swing, the college has come alive with the presence of over 1300 students once again on its campus. “Our students bring with them a tremendous amount of energy and it’s a time when our campus community […]

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New scholarships and endowments have been established at Robeson Community College thanks to new donors who have generously given to the RCC Foundation. The RCC Foundation has announced the addition of three scholarships, the Earl and Majorie Whitener Endowed Scholarship, Charlie’s Pharm Tech Scholarship, and the Gilbert Scholarship. The Earl and Marjorie Whitener Endowed scholarship […]

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As many associate degree nursing students head back to the classroom this coming week at Robeson Community College, they will be pleased to know that they are entering a very highly ranked, competitive program. NursingProcesses.org analyzed 90 schools in North Carolina that offered the associate degree nursing program. Out of the 90 schools, Robeson Community […]

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Robeson Community College welcomed back faculty and staff today for the start of the Fall 2021 semester, during Convocation. The theme for this year’s Convocation was ‘The Power of One. One College. One Community. One Mission.’ Faculty and staff enjoyed a continental breakfast prior to the start of Convocation. RCC President Singler gave the State […]

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A flu vaccination clinic has been scheduled for September 15 at Robeson Community College. The free clinic, being offered in partnership with Walgreens, will take place in the Student Center, Building 13 in the Boost Room, from 9 a.m. to 1pm. The clinic is open to students, faculty, staff and the general public. The flu […]

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This is just a friendly reminder that payment for all tuition and fees must be completed by 4:00 p.m. on August 11.  If you have an outstanding balance at the close of business on August 11, your class schedule will be voided and you will be removed from the classes. If you are a cash paying student, […]

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Robeson Community College is excited to partner with Walgreens in an upcoming COVID-19 vaccination clinic that will be held on its campus Wednesday, August 18. The clinic will take place in the Student Center, Building 13 in the Boost Room (by main entrance) from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon. The clinic is open to students, faculty, […]

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Robeson Community College invites all Robeson County high school students and their parents, including those who are homeschooled, to an open house on August 10, 2021 at 6:00 p.m. to learn more about the career and college promise program. “Students and parents can learn more about the opportunities available through CCP, the requirements to enroll […]

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Based on CDC guidance, and the rising number of COVID-19 cases in Robeson County, the state of North Carolina and elsewhere, Robeson Community College will require face coverings in indoor settings for both vaccinated and unvaccinated faculty, staff, students and visitors beginning tomorrow, August 3, 2021. Face coverings were an integral part of our COVID-19 management plan […]

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New, returning, and former students can still register for classes that begin August 16 at Robeson Community College. Students will have an opportunity to register for classes on Saturday, August 7 from 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. during New Student Orientation (NSO). Multiple sessions of NSO will also be held during late registration on August […]

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Column by RCC President Melissa Singler as published in the July 31st edition of the Robesonian The global pandemic has taught us many lessons in life. It has taught us that strength doesn’t come from what you can do, it comes from overcoming the things you once thought you couldn’t achieve. It has taught us […]

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Robeson Community College is excited to announce the generous donation of a fire truck from the City of Lumberton. A ceremony to celebrate the gift will take place on August 5, 2021 at 4:00 p.m. at the Emergency Services Training Center located at 5825 South Roberts Avenue.   The fire truck that will be donated […]

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Welcome to the fourth industrial revolution, a revolution characterized by the fusion of technologies between physical, digital, and biological spheres. The future is mechatronics, and today students at Robeson Community College are busy learning about the tools of the trade for the industry of tomorrow, for the shift to maximize productivity, sustainability, and overall well-being […]

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Mental health experts say that mental health issues are on the rise nationwide due to the lockdowns and trauma caused by the pandemic. However, even before COVID-19, the prevalence of mental illness among adults was increasing, and now with the virus ticking upward again, the cases are expected to grow even more. That is why […]

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Graduating students in the Practical Nursing program were recently honored during a pinning ceremony held on the RCC Campus in Lumberton.  The “walk through” pinning ceremony was held July 22 in the auditorium on campus with social distancing measures in place from 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. The twenty-two students listed below represent the largest […]

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You never know where one class will lead you or the doors that it may open. For Pembroke native Cierra Locklear, one class has forever helped chart her path and career in healthcare. Cierra started her college career at Robeson Community College while in high school through Career and College Promises classes. She says that […]

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Many rising middle and high schoolers took part in a specialized STEM Camp this week at Robeson Community College. The camp was hosted by RCC’s Project 3C which aims to connect community, college, and career through STEM. Project 3C’s mission is to provide American Indian students with experiences and skills necessary to accomplish goals successfully, […]

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The Robeson Community College Foundation is seeking sponsors for its upcoming golf tournament fundraiser. The 37th Anniversary Clifford Bullard Memorial Golf Tournament will be held on October 7 with shotgun starts of 8:30 a.m. or 1:30 p.m. It will take place at the Pinecrest Golf Course in Lumberton. In the event of inclement weather, the […]

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If you are looking to get training for a job that has a 100% hiring rate, you might want to consider a career in law enforcement. At least that’s what’s the faculty at Robeson Community College hope you will do, and in doing so, you just might help curb the shortage of police officers in […]

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There wasn’t a shortage on happy faces or smiles in the Student Center this afternoon at Robeson Community College. Robeson Community College’s SGA served up ice cream, complete with all the toppings, along with Italian ice for students, faculty, and staff today during an afternoon social refresher. It was sweet treat that was very much […]

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New and reappointed members of the Robeson Community College Board of Trustees were sworn in today, Monday, July 12 prior to tonight’s meeting. Courtney Jacobs, Executive Assistant to the President and a registered notary public for the State of North Carolina, administered the oath of office to three trustees. Trustees sworn in were: Shirley Stockton, […]

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Robeson Community College would like to remind prospective students of its 2nd College Admissions Day event which will take place on its campus in Lumberton on Wednesday, July 21. Those who attend will have an opportunity to receive assistance to complete their application to RCC, file their FAFSA, register for classes, and take a campus […]

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Robeson Community College is proud to announce that its fire and rescue program ranked #1 in Eastern North Carolina in terms of FTE and total populations touched for the 2019-2020 academic year. FTE means “full-time equivalent” for the purposes of calculating a full-time enrollment, which include full-time students along with those who only attend on […]

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The 2021-2022 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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Robeson Community College will be awarding seven scholarships for eligible Native American students in the amount of $5000 for the 2021-2022 academic year. This scholarship amount will be split between Fall 2021 and Spring 2021 at $2500 per semester. The criteria to be eligible for this scholarship includes: An unweighted GPA of at least a […]

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Robeson Community College is excited to announce a new partnership with the Center for Environmental Farming Systems (CEFS) and the University of North Carolina at Pembroke (UNCP) to help build the next generation of agriculture leaders in Robeson County. CEFS was awarded $200,587 by the Native American Agriculture Fund to provide economic opportunities and career […]

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The following students have completed the requirements of the massage therapy program at Robeson Community College: Kaliyah Bell  Alicia Chavis Heather Chavis Anthony Corbett  Billie Jo Corbitt Shampy Ariel Grooms  Ventina Jacobs Tarisha N. Lee  Mary Locklear  Erguecie Lormantus Taji McLellan  The next massage therapy course at RCC will begin August 9 and end June […]

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Financial Aid is one of the busiest offices at Robeson Community College. Almost every full-time student applies for financial aid, and when they enroll at Robeson Community College, it is one of the first offices that students enter. So naturally, one of the first people our students meet is Zilma Lopes. Zilma is the director […]

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Robeson Community College is thrilled to announce that Madison Bryant, the 2021 Miss North Carolina USA, and Madi Walker, the 2021 Miss North Carolina Teen USA will be on its campus June 30 to help promote the COVID-19 vaccination clinic.   Madison Bryant, a native of Fayetteville and advocate for healthcare, says she proud to […]

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Robeson Community College will hold a vaccination clinic on its campus in Lumberton, Wednesday, June 30 from 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. in the Student Center, Building 13. The vaccination clinic is open to the general public.   The clinic will feature the Moderna Vaccine and it will be administered by Sam’s Club and Walmart […]

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This fall students who wish to become a teacher will have two new pathways for college transfer at RCC. Students can enroll in the associate of arts or the associate of science in teacher preparation at RCC. These two programs will provide a seamless transition to UNCP’s education program, making it more affordable than ever […]

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The Robeson County Home Builders Association graciously donated $3000 to the Robeson Community College Foundation on Tuesday, June 22 during a meeting at the Village Station Restaurant in Lumberton. The money was raised during the association’s 12th annual swing for charity golf tournament held in April at Pine Crest Golf Club and go towards the […]

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Iliana Claudio has always been known to take the road less traveled, and as Robert Frost once wrote in a famous poem, that has made all the difference. Throughout her life, Iliana has chosen paths less taken in her quest for knowledge and understanding, so she could push past the status quo to get ahead […]

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Robeson Community College hosted a STEM camp on its campus this week for fourth graders from across Robeson County. Students had an opportunity to learn about robots, drones, flight patterns, cyber security, and wearable technology. For Brennin Locklear, from Maxton, the day was a fun experience. Brennin was the first student of the day to […]

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Robeson Community College hosted the Public Schools of Robeson County during its quarterly meeting held on June 17. RCC President Melissa Singler delivered welcoming remarks, followed by Dr. Robert Locklear with the PSRC, who also welcomed everyone. Topics discussed included the PSRC Early College expansion at Robeson Community College, the Longleaf Commitment Grant for 2021 […]

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On Wednesday, June 30 and Wednesday, July 21, new prospective students at Robeson Community College will have an opportunity to receive assistance to complete their application to RCC, file their FAFSA, register for classes, take a campus tour, and they can even receive the COVID-19 vaccination, all in one visit during College Admissions Day. And, […]

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Summer 2021 Registration at Robeson Community College continues! The college has added several more classes to meet a growing demand for college transfer courses this summer. The following 4-week mini classes will begin on June 23. ART 111 – Art Appreciation (meets on Mondays & Wednesdays from 6:00 p.m. – 8:40 p.m.) ENG 112 – […]

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New Career and College Promise classes are available for high school students in Robeson County. New options that students can choose from include Fire Technology I / II, Cyber Security, Gaming, Mechatronics Engineering, and Networking to name a few. Career and College Promise classes are offered through Robeson Community College in partnership with the Public […]

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The Board of Trustees meeting has been rescheduled for Thursday, June 17, 2021. The meeting will begin at 4:00pm via Zoom. The agenda will remain the same as the meeting that was to be held on Monday, June 14 but was cancelled due to technical difficulties. The link below will be active for anyone who […]

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The RCC Board Meeting that was scheduled to begin tonight at 6:00 p.m. via Zoom will have to be rescheduled later this week due to technical difficulties. A notice will be sent out tomorrow on the details of when the rescheduled meeting will occur.  Please accept our sincerest apologies for any inconvenience this may cause. 

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Going to college just got a lot more affordable for many families in Robeson County and throughout the State of North Carolina. Students who graduated from a high school in North Carolina in 2021, and make the choice to attend a community college this fall, may be eligible to receive a Longleaf Commitment Grant that […]

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  Ismael Virgile always dreamed of becoming a nurse, but when she and her family moved to the United States three years ago from Haiti, she wasn’t sure she was going to be able to finish high school, much less reach those goals of going to college and working in healthcare. “I was in the […]

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Recognizing the value of the COVID-19 vaccination in ensuring the safety of its students, faculty, staff and community, Robeson Community College proudly accepts the challenge to participate in the White House and the U.S. Department of Education’s COVID-19 College Vaccine Challenge. RCC joins forces with more than 260 colleges and universities nationwide in an effort […]

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Robeson Community College is excited to announce a new lineup of classes this July. The college will begin offering pre-licensure insurance classes to meet a growing need in Robeson County.   “There has been a demand,” said Julie Baxley, Director of Human Resource Development and Workforce Solutions at RCC. “I have had several phone calls and requests […]

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Robeson Community College is proud to release the official list of the Spring 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. Clarkton, NC Demeary Hope Britt   Evergreen, NC Kaitlyn Hope Conley   Fairmont, NC Kristy Lee […]

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A statewide awareness campaign, called “Time for a New YOU,” launched today for the Governor’s Emergency Education Relief (GEER) Fund that is available for eligible North Carolina community college continuing education students. GEER provides $15 million in tuition assistance to students enrolled in short-term workforce training programs in one of North Carolina’s “Great 58” community […]

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Robeson Community College is proud to release the official list of the Spring 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   Fairmont, NC Loisteen D. Bartley Maria Josephine Floyd Benjamin Caleb […]

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Robeson Community College will be offering the North Carolina Private Protective Services Board (PPSB) Training, which consists of two courses: Basic Unarmed Security Officer Training and Armed Guard Training.  Basic Unarmed Security Officer Training will be offered on June 17 and June 18 from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. This 16-hour training is required for […]

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