How to become a student at RCC...
The application can be completed online at College Foundation of North Carolina - click here for more information. For questions regarding the admissions process, call (336) 633-0122.
Please be sure to speak with a counselor to ensure you complete all of the requirements for admission. If you have not already been contacted by one of the counselors you may view the contact information by clicking here.
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) can be completed online through the U.S. Department of Education website. For a link to this website and the steps to apply, visit our Financial Aid page here. For questions regarding the financial aid process, call (336) 633-0223.
Request official copies of all appropriate transcripts by completing the applicable request form here here or call (336) 633-0225.
Once you've become a student...
Every applicant who has completed the admissions process will receive a username and password to gain access to their campus e-mail. To access campus email, click on the “MyRCC” tab located at the top of each page of the RCC website. If you have trouble with the log in process, there is a link within MyRCC or you can click here.
For information regarding your program of study, please visit www.randolph.edu/college-majors.html.
If you would like research upcoming curriculum classes, please click WebAdvisor, locate the Students option, and select “Search for Sections.”
To obtain contact information for your advisor, please visit the Faculty/Staff Directory by clicking here.
Admissions counseling is provided to assist students with understanding the various types of training programs available at the College and to help students navigate the admissions process required to become a student at RCC. For admissions information, please contact us using the information in the box on the right or contact our office at 336-633-0200 and ask to speak to a counselor.
If you would like to begin the enrollment process on your own, please go the "Apply Now" page for more information.
Before, during and after the admissions process, counselors are also available to discuss issues related to student success. Students may seek assistance for a successful college experience in areas such as stress and time management, test taking and study skills.