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September 27th win tickets, register, give blood, and more at RCC

Robeson Community College is the place to be on Wednesday, September 27. The college will host a special registration event that will feature a free ticket giveaway from WKML for the sold-out Stars & Guitars concert that takes place in November, a blood drive that will provide $60 in rewards, and food truck that will be serving lots of delicious food items for the day.

“We are excited about our Registration and Ticket Drive happening on September 27th,” Vice President Dr. Johnny Smith said. “We want to see the community come out and join us for this day. We have many 8-week classes available and we are hoping to fill every seat, in each class starting in October.”

The registration drive for 8-week classes will be held from 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. in the Student Center, located in Building 13. It will be a one-stop shop for students to apply, file for financial aid, and register for classes that begin October 12. Registration is also currently underway for winter session, which includes a variety of accelerated 4-week classes that will begin November 30.

The ticket drive for the coveted Stars & Guitars concert will be held from 11:00am – 1:00pm. WKML will be on campus giving away 30 tickets to the show. Students who enroll in an 8-week class will be put into a drawing for VIP Tickets with a special party pass. The winners will be announced on Wednesday, October 18. To be eligible to win, students must be fully registered and attending the 8-week class they have enrolled in.

And as an added bonus, The Blood Connections will be on campus hosting a blood drive from 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. in the Student Center. Donors will be eligible to receive $60 in rewards for their blood donation that day.

Hunt’s Kitchen will be set up on campus serving up all of Robeson County’s favorites from 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Click here for a list of menu items that will be available for purchase. 

“Robeson Community College is a thriving institution of higher learning,” stated RCC President Melissa Singler. “We love engaging with our students and community through outreach events such as this. We hope to see everyone in Robeson County come out for this event… even if you don’t win tickets to the concert, you’ll still be a winner because just taking one class at Robeson Community College can open many doors and pave the way to success for your future endeavors.”

To see the list of 8-week classes available that begin October 12, please visit

Robeson Community College currently offers 80 programs of study leading to an associate degree, diploma, or certificate, as well as hundreds of short-term training classes that start throughout the year, free career and college readiness courses, and free small business workshops and seminars. Learn more at