By Cathy Hefferin It’s getting easier and easier to get your bachelor’s degree and even a master’s degree without leaving Randolph County’s borders. Randolph Community College added two new partners to its growing University Center this past
By Cathy Hefferin New North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory officially signed his first piece of legislation into law Monday, Feb. 18, at Randolph Community College’s Continuing Education and Industrial Center. Senate Bill 14, sponsored by Senator Jerry
By Cathy Hefferin Gone are the days that students who lived in the Archdale/Trinity or High Point areas had to consider the drive to Asheboro in order to earn an associate degree from Randolph Community College. The
By Cathy Hefferin Randolph Community College’s Emergency Medical Services programs recently got an upgrade…make that several upgrades. A new coordinator…a new facility…a new ambulance…the RCC program that trains many of the emergency medical technicians (EMTs) and paramedics
By Cathy Hefferin The ongoing excitement around the opening of Randolph Community College’s Continuing Education & Industrial Center in January reflects the type of enthusiasm that surrounds the Olympic games and the competition for gold medals…a sort
By Cathy Hefferin So you’ve always wanted to start your own business. If you ever want to realize your dream, the time to start is now. Randolph Community College’s Small Business Center supports the development of new
By Cathy Hefferin If you did not graduate from high school—it doesn’t matter what the reason—it is never too late. Just ask Lucy Coffin of Asheboro. Coffin earned her General Educational Development (GED) diploma, sometimes called the
By Cathy Hefferin The world of medical records is a complicated one, and new technology and changing government regulations make it even more so. For those who work with medical records, it is hard to keep up.
Jackson Auman Jackson Auman is enrolled in RCC’s Associate in Science program and plans to transfer to N. C. State University to obtain a degree in Electrical Engineering. He received a Community Scholarship from the RCC Foundation.