RCC is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities, a regional accrediting agency within the scope of authority approved by the United States Department of Education.
Rogue Community College (RCC) Administrative Procedures (AP) are designed to serve as a one-stop reference source for RCC employees seeking general procedural information. Some Administrative Procedures provide step by step processes that pertain to certain Board policies.
At a Glance
RCC At A Glance is an overview of RCC's history, accreditation, board of directors, administration, faculty and staff and student enrollment.
Annual Audited Financial Statements are prepared by the Budget Department.
The annual budget serves as the foundation for Rogue Community College's financial planning and control. Rogue Community College is required by the State of Oregon to adopt an annual budget subject to the requirements of "Local Budget Law" as addressed in Oregon Revised Statutes 294.305 through 294.565.
Board of Education
The RCC Board of Education sets the standards for the district through board policy which governs the operation of the college.
The formation and adoption of written statements that constitute basic Board leadership and provide direction to the President and staff of the College in matters of decision-making and/or specific actions, including but not limited to, Board organization/ authority, vision, mission, values, guiding principles and goals for the College, human resources and student matters, business operations, contracts, budget, instruction, and community relations.
College Master Plan
The Rogue Community College Master Plan was envisioned as a comprehensive review of the College's current and projected educational programs and how they are accommodated across three campuses: Redwood (RWC) in Grants Pass, Riverside (RVC) in downtown Medford, and Table Rock (TRC) in White City.
A list of links and resources for college administrators.
External organizations, community members, non-profit organizations, and individuals can reserve a facility at Rogue Community College.
The Rogue Community College Foundation is a non-profit organization founded in 1981 to serve the needs of Rogue Community College and RCC students. The foundation was created to receive and administer donations to endowment funds, scholarship funds, and for special college project needs and fundraising.
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Mission, Vision & Goals
Rogue Community College enhances the quality of life in our communities by providing accessible, exemplary educational opportunities for student success and economic development.
Organizational charts are organized by division: College Services, Governance, Instruction and Student Services.
The President of RCC is interested in hearing your opinions. Please let her know of your ideas, suggestions, and advice. All of us at Rogue Community College are ready to help you in any way we can.
The 2017-2020 Strategic Plan was approved by the Board of Education.