Juggling college with other responsibilities can be tough. Sometimes life gets in the way. Stressors can be overwhelming and even have a negative impact on your overall mental health. According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), one in four college-aged adults experience a mental health issue. Let us help you identify solutions to the barriers that can interfere with your college education. Visit the Office of Student Success for assistance.
Our counselors can help determine your needs and assist in accessing helpful local resources.
The Single Stop Center, located in the Office of Student Success, is a one-stop shop connecting students to existing benefits and resources such as SNAP, WIC, Medicaid, and community agencies. Sudents may access the Single Stop benefits screener and browse local resources here or schedule an appointment with Rebekah Kingston or Cathy Aikens.
Student Assistance Program with McLaughlin Young
- The SAP offers help for personal, professional, or school concerns by providing free, confidential, short-term counseling and personal consultation. Additionally, the SAP provides student-life resources for such issues as legal and financial consultation.
- Students can access services by calling 704-529-1428 or 800-633-3353 or by visiting www.mygroup.com.
- These services are conveniently located, offered day or evening, and available by phone, virtual, or face-to-face appointment.
- This flyer has a quick rundown of services offered.
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Mental Health Resources
Find out about mental health services in our area:
Sandhills Center, our Local Management Entity (LME) for mental health providers, runs a 24/7 call center to connect you to services in your county. Call 1-800-256-2452 for immediate help.
Not sure if you need help? Take a free, confidential screening for yourself or someone you know at sandhillscenteraccess2care.org. Private computers are available in the RCC Resource Center.
Crisis Text Line:
Access free, confidential crisis intervention 24/7. Text HOME to 741741.
Download our convenient Student Resource Manual. This Student Resources Guide is designed to be a guide for Randolph Community College faculty and staff to provide resources and contacts to our students. This resource manual was funded with a grant from the Asheboro ABC Board and will be updated once a year (prior to each fall semester). This is not an exhaustive list and does not include information on every support service available in Randolph County. It will hopefully give you some resources to get a student headed in the right direction toward the assistance needed.
Academic Support Services
Academic support services, located in the Tutoring Center, can address topics such as time management, study skills, test taking, and test anxiety. Contact Rebekah Kingston at 336-633-0736 for information on the next group session or to schedule an individual session.
Free tutoring for RCC Students. Click here for information.
The writing center is a free service designed for currently enrolled RCC students who desire feedback, assistance, and guidance with their writing. The hours vary each semester. Please visit the Writing Center webpage here.
Help with Computer Skills
There are some computer classes offered through continuing education. For information on these classes, please visit our Continuing Education courses and schedules page here.
If you are considering taking an online course, there is great information about distance education located here.
RCC Campus Store
In addition to textbooks for curriculum and continuing education classes, the Campus Store carries postage stamps, greeting cards, drinks and snacks, plus many RCC insignia items including clothing, binders, and pens. For more information about RCC's Campus Store, call 336-633-0236 or visit their webpage here.