Rappahannock Community College was named a Great College to Work For in 2018, according to The Chronicle of Higher Education, the top trade publication for colleges and universities.
The results, released in The Chronicle’s eleventh annual report on The Academic Workplace, are based on a survey of colleges and universities.
RCC was also recognized for the following achievements: Compensation and benefits; professional/career-development programs and supervisor/department chair relationship.
“This college’s culture is deep and caring,” said Dr. Elizabeth Hinton Crowther, president of RCC. “This is demonstrated by the interaction among employees, as well as the superb touch that all faculty and staff members have with students and other constituents. Rappahannock Community College is consistently praised by visiting accrediting agencies and other institutions for its outstanding culture and its service to students and the community.”
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