About Randolph Community College

Randolph Community College provides educational programs that meet Randolph County's workforce needs in a changing economy. The college prepares individuals for sustainable careers in a variety of industries through its associate degree, diploma, certificate, and noncredit certification programs; helps workers in business and industries upgrade their skills through customized training; joins with local and state agencies to provide job skills training and a new start for displaced workers; and provides free consultation and training for small business owners.

Randolph Community College currently offers over 30 vocational and technical degree programs, including a college transfer program, and a comprehensive continuing education program. RCC is fully accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. Annual enrollment for curriculum students in 2010-11 was more than 3,700; annual enrollment for continuing education students was just over 9,000.

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What employees say

“I feel like I am a part of making a difference in people's lives.”
“I have one of the best supervisors I've ever worked for.”
“I have the support and autonomy to do my job well.”
“Excellent leadership. Great opportunities. Wonderful place to work.”
“They care about the people and mission of the college, not just the policies and politics. ”
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