Randolph Community College’s 44-acre main campus in Asheboro is located at 629 Industrial Park Avenue. The original building, constructed in 1962 with additions in 1968, 1972, and 1995, is known as the Administration/Education Center. In addition to a centralized administrative service, this building contains many classrooms, labs, and shops, as well as a 30,000-square-foot photography studio, and the business office.
College and Career Readiness Programs Area
The College and Career Readiness Programs area (formerly Basic Skills) is located in the Administration/Education Center, Asheboro Campus. Professional assistance for College and Career Readiness students is available Monday – Thursday, 8 a.m. – 9 p.m., and Friday, 8 a.m. – 3 p.m. and at the Archdale Center in Archdale.
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Welcome Center/Student Services Center
In 2011, a 1,700-square-foot Welcome Center was added to the front of the Student Services Center. It includes a large welcome desk and waiting area, and two small offices, one of which contains computers dedicated to students who need to fill out admissions applications or financial aid forms. The Welcome Center is the first place that visitors are directed. The Student Services Center also houses a student lounge, the Armadillo Café, and office facilities for Student Services.
Campus Store & Armadillo Cafe
Randolph Community College's Campus Store is located directly behind the Student Services Center on the Asheboro Campus. It is connected to the back door of the Student Services Center by a covered walkway. In addition to textbooks for curriculum and continuing education classes, the Campus Store carries postage stamps, greeting cards, Burt's Bees, RCC Insignia items, drinks and snacks. For more information about RCC's Campus Store, call 633-336-0236.
Randolph Community College's Armadillo Cafe is located in the Student Services Center on the Asheboro Campus. The Cafe offers delicious choices for breakfast, lunch and dinner at reasonable prices. Choose from a wide variety of fountain and bottled beverages, snacks, and ice cream. Hours may vary during registration periods, semester breaks, holidays, and other changes to the normal college operational schedule. Call 336-633-0249 for more information.
R. Alton Cox Learning Resources Center (LRC)
The LRC includes the library, an open access computer lab, the Writing Center, and the Department of Distance Education. Also, housed in the LRC is an auditorium with a 206-seat capacity.
The library collection includes over 20,000 books, periodicals, and non-book materials covering all subjects related to the College curriculum. Library information and links to online resources are available on the library Web page: www.randolph.edu/library/.
The library’s online catalog provides access to local resources as well as resources in other participating community college libraries. Through interlibrary loan, the library is able to borrow materials from other libraries for its students, faculty and staff.
In addition to library computers, an open access computer lab is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Word processing, spreadsheet, database, presentation and selected course-specific software programs are available. A photocopy machine and flatbed scanners are also available.
The Distance Education Department offers support services for faculty, staff, and students. The department coordinates RCC’s distance education and videoconferencing programs and provides technical assistance in the implementation and use of distance education technologies. Offices for Distance Education are located on the second floor of the Learning Resources Center
Other Asheboro Campus Buildings
The J. W. “Willie” Plummer Vocational/Technical Center provides classroom space for the Randolph Early College High School, an autonomous high school located on the campus of Randolph Community College.
The M. H. Branson Business Education Center houses classrooms, labs and offices for the College’s Business curricula. The Design Center provides space for Advertising & Graphic Design, Interior Design, and the Math Lab. The Computer Technology Center houses the College’s Information Technology Services, the computer programs, and part of the Business curricula. The Health & Science Center houses biology, physics, chemistry, and health occupations classes and includes a multimedia lab and faculty offices.
Opened in the summer of 2009, the Richard Petty Education Center showcases the College’s Collision Repair & Refinishing Technology and Automotive Systems Technology programs. The Building Trades Center is home to many Continuing Education classes. The Foundation Conference Center houses the Foundation offices and a flexible meeting space for College and community groups.
The Continuing Education and Industrial Center, which opened in January 2013, is a 47,283-squarefoot facility that houses the College’s Corporate & Continuing Education classes, the Small Business Center, and classroom and lab space for RCC’s Computer-Integrated Machining, Electrical Systems Technology, and Mechatronics Engineering Technology programs. The building also houses a 3,000-square-foot Corporate Training Center for local businesses to hold meetings and conferences.