Steps to Enrolling for Credit (Curriculum) Classes at Randolph Community College
- Complete an RCC application and speak with a student counselor (Note: You are leaving the RCC website)
- Request a transcript for official copies of your high school transcript and/or GED test scores, and all college transcripts.*
- Placement assessment required before enrollment.
- Complete financial aid paperwork. Click here for Veterans Affairs.
- Familiarize yourself with WebAdvisor
- Get your grades
- Check your RCC e-mail (or forward it to a personal e-mail address)
- Communicate with your instructor
- RCC Forms
- Campus Calendar
- Orientation, advising and registration. You will receive communication from the school by e-mail regarding dates, times and locations.
*In order for an applicant to register for classes, the applicant’s official transcript(s) must have been received and evaluated by College officials. GED graduates must submit official copies of their GED test scores. Students transferring from other colleges or post-high school institutions seeking admission into a specific program must submit official transcripts from all such institutions attended. For transcript release forms, call Student Services, 336-633-0223. Transcripts are not official unless they are sent directly from the high school or college attended.
Students are encouraged to complete the above steps quickly to prevent delays in the enrollment process.
General Admissions Requirements for Curriculum Programs
Applicants for admission to Randolph Community College must be 18 years of age or high school graduates. The College will accept students with a high school equivalency diploma. A high school diploma or the equivalent is required for some curriculum programs (see Additional Admissions Policies & Procedures below).
Randolph Community College will admit high school students between the ages of 16 and 18 to appropriate courses at the College. Guidelines established by RCC and area schools will be observed (see Career & College Promise).
Persons intending to enroll in a specific curriculum are encouraged to submit their applications at least two months prior to the term in which they wish to enroll. Applicants are not admitted into specific curriculum programs, and thus, not eligible for financial aid until admission requirements are met (i.e. transcripts, assessment, etc.). Applications are available online. The Welcome Center is open from 8 a.m. – 10 p.m., Monday through Thursday, and from 8 a.m. – 3 p.m., on Friday. For admissions information, call Student Services, 336-633-0239. If needed, individual appointments may be made by personally speaking with a counselor at 336-633-0200.
Placement assessments may be required. For guidelines and procedures, go to the Student Success website.
Additional Admissions Policies & Procedures
There are additional admissions requirements for applicants to Associate Degree Nursing, Basic Law Enforcement Training, Cosmetology, Medical Assisting, Nursing Assistant, Radiography and Physical Therapy Assistant. For more information, contact Student Services at 336-633-0205.
Information regarding transfer student admissions is available in the slider labeled "Transfer Students" below.
For information on the Open Door Policy, Undocumented Student Admissions, and the Basic Skills Referral Policy, click here.
International students and students seeking accommodations should submit applications two months prior to the term in which they intend to enroll. Please Note: Application, high school and college transcripts, financial statement and TOEFL score of 550 or above are required before an international student will be considered for admission.
Students who have not applied for admission into a specific program are classified as Special Students. Special Students are required to submit an application for admission and are eligible to take an unlimited number of courses. Special Students must meet the prerequisites/corequisites for courses they plan on taking. Special Students are not eligible for financial aid.
Proficiency examinations may be used to earn credit for additional courses taken as a Special Student.
Should a Special Student desire to declare a major, he/she should complete/submit a Change of Major form online, provide the appropriate transcripts, and participate in placement assessment to meet prerequisites/corequisites. For assistance in choosing a major, counselors are available through the Welcome Center.
The responsibility for initiating the change from Special Student status to a major lies with the student. Any questions should be directed to the Admissions Office. It is the responsibility of the student to verify with their home institution that the RCC course(s) will be accepted as transfer credit.
Students who have attended other colleges/universities are considered transfer students.
Applicants who have attended other institutions of higher learning may transfer credit earned in comparable courses or programs of study. (See Awarding Credit in the Academic Policies section.)