Rappahannock Community College is now enrolling for its second eight-week session, offering both in-person and online courses.
“We’ve had a busy and successful start to fall classes,” said RCC president Shannon Kennedy. “Most of all, we are excited to see the students back on campus and online. We’ve invested in the technology to bring quality educational experiences to fit everyone’s lifestyle.”
RCC offers a rolling admissions process which allows students to begin and continue their educational journey when the timing is right for them, a release stated.
In addition to the traditional sources of financial aid and tuition assistance available to RCC students, the fall semester offers unique funding opportunities to support students. Virginia’s G3 and FastForward programs allow students to complete competitive programs at little to no cost, paving the way for a debt-free college experience.
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