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 RCC President Shackleford announces retirement
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RCC President Shackleford announces retirement

Randolph Community College President Dr. Robert S. Shackleford announced his retirement Thursday, Jan. 20, reading a letter during the Board of Trustees meeting that was later emailed to faculty and staff. Shackleford said, while there will never be a perfect time in his mind to retire, it’s time for him to spend more time with his family. His retirement is effective July 1.

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Hicks awarded RCC Foundation Retiree Scholarship

Bryson Hicks has been awarded the Randolph Community College Foundation Retiree Scholarship for the 2022-2023 school year. The scholarship was established to honor retired RCC faculty and staff members.

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Phi Theta Kappa advisor and Randolph Community College English/Communication Instructor Clark Adams welcomed the College’s new inductees during the May 25 ceremony. The ceremony was pre-recorded and sent to new members due to COVID-19.

RCC’s Phi Theta Kappa chapter inducts new members

On May 25, Beta Theta Rho, Randolph Community College’s chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, inducted new members into its Five Star chapter and moved into its 23rd year. A ceremony was pre-recorded and sent to new members due to COVID-19.

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Shawn Barr of Asheboro was chosen as Randolph Community College’s Academic Excellence Award winner for 2022.

Barr, Owens among those honored with RCC academic awards

Shawn Barr of Asheboro was chosen as Randolph Community College’s Academic Excellence Award winner for 2022, while Devin Owens of Randleman was RCC’s nominee for the 2022 Dallas Herring Achievement Award.

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The Randolph Community College Presidential Scholar application is due Feb. 18. Why not apply?

RCC Foundation seeks applicants for Presidential Scholars program

Are you Randolph Community College’s next Presidential Scholar? If you are a high school senior who lives in Randolph County and attends a Randolph County public, private, or home school, apply by Friday, Feb. 18, and find out.

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The Randolph Community College Presidential Scholar application is due Feb. 18. Why not apply?

RCC Employability Skills Lab can help students land a job

Need to create a resumé or cover letter or to work on interview techniques? Want to learn how to job search or how to use technology to enhance your job search? Need assistance with an application or training in soft skills? Randolph Community College is here to help with its Employability Skills Lab.

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