It’s Giving Tuesday!
Please consider giving the gift of education to students at Robeson Community College.

All donations received will be matched up to $1000 by The Right of Way Group, LLC of Lumberton in honor and memory of Trooper Kevin Conner, who was killed in the line of duty three years ago.

Donations can be dropped off at the Foundation Office in Building 2, made online at or mailed to the RCC Foundation at 5160 Fayetteville Road, PO Box 1420, Lumberton, NC 28360.

And on Giving Tuesday Nov 30, Facebook, now Meta, will match $8 million in qualifying donations to charities and non-profits, allowing you to possibly triple your impact through your donation.

Robeson Community College

Safe RCC – COVID 19 Updates

To our RCC faculty, students, staff and visitors, we are committed to providing uncompromisingly academic and workforce training experiences despite the unprecedented challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic. To that end, Robeson Community College (RCC), would like to share the following from the NC Department of Health and Human and The Centers for Disease Control:

·       NO-COST Community Testing Event Finder
·       Test Site Finder
·       Steps to Take After COVID-19 Testing
·       How can I help slow the spread?
·       NC County Alert System and Map
·       Slow COVIDNC Exposure Notification App
·       Higher Education COVID-19 Resources

COVID-19 Safety Measures

Overview of Safety Measures  

Keeping the RCC campus safe must be a collective effort. 

  • To keep all students, faculty, staff, and visitors reduce the spread of COVID-19:
    • Face coverings are required in all public locations including hallways, classrooms, and labs where a safe distance of six feet cannot be maintained.
    • COVID-19 stations have been placed in designated, high traffic areas. The stations are stocked with a limited supply of disposable masks, face shields and hand sanitizer, and should be used as needed.
    • High touch areas or high traffic areas and buildings are cleaned and disinfected at regular intervals throughout the day, and a deep cleaning will occur every evening.
    • Water fountains and water dispensers may be disabled to prevent the spread of the virus.
    • If a positive COVID-19 case is reported or suspected, the area or building will be closed and sanitized according to CDC guidelines
    • In the event of an exposure, those who are not vaccinated or do not wish to disclose their vaccination status, will be required to quarantine for 14 days. 


Frequently Asked Questions:

What if I test positive for COVID?

  • 10-day quarantine from the date the positive result was received.

What if I am exposed to a COVID positive person? (Exposed = You are non-vaccinated and spend more than 15 min over a 24-hour period in close contact with a COVID Positive person.)

  • 14-day quarantine from the date of last known exposure.
  • Fully Vaccinated persons aren’t considered exposed in above scenario.

What if I’m non-vaccinated and I’m the care giver of a COVID positive patient?

  • You will complete a 10-day quarantine with the positive patient. Once the initial 10-day quarantine is completed you will begin your 14-day quarantine immediately following COVID positive patients 10-day quarantine.
  • If you’re a primary care giver in above scenario, and wish to return to work or school, you can submit a negative PCR test (rapid test will not be accepted) that was taken no earlier than day 5 of 14-day quarantine.

What Can We All Do?

Keeping the RCC campus safe must be a collective effort. All students, faculty, staff and visitors are asked to comply fully with all COVID-19 safety measures and guidelines by getting to Know Your W’s: Wear, Wait, Wash.