visit RCC campuses and get an understanding of what it takes to get started and be a student at RCC May 6 and 7

May 4 at Table Rock campus in White City
May 7 at Redwood campus in Grants Pass
from 2:00 - 6:00 p.m.

Get on the path to your future. Come to the Rogue Community College open house on May 4 and 7 and discover that you really can afford college, go to college, and get great job when you graduate. There are hundreds of employers in the Rogue Valley looking for skilled workers. You can be ready for these jobs in two years or less.

At the RCC open house you will explore programs from manufacturing and engineering to health care that lead to high paying technical careers.

You will meet the faculty, get hands-on experiences, talk to an advisor, and find out how to apply for your program and get financial aid. In addition, you can stroll through our beautiful campuses, meet our friendly staff, and see the high tech labs and equipment you will be using as you learn a new career.

RCC wants to meet you and help you get started.

Prizes, scavenger hunts, treats, and more.

All ages welcome!

  • Explore our beautiful campuses.
  • Learn about RCC certificates and degrees and how you can earn a career wage.
  • Meet faculty
  • Get info about specific career technical programs.
  • Learn about transfer degrees and affordable pathways to 4-year institutions.
  • Visit the learning spaces and have hands-on experiences.
  • Meet with friendly admissions and advising staff who will help you find your path and your next steps to get started.
  • Complete a free admission application.
  • Find out why RCC is a great education at a much lower cost.
  • Learn about applying for financial aid for college (FAFSA).
  • Learn about scholarships available at RCC.

And just for fun...
  • Have free ice cream.
  • Enter for prizes.
  • Participate in a scavenger hunt.
  • Check out a car show at Redwood Campus, sponsored by Rogue Valley Classic Cruisers.
  • See fire trucks and EMS vehicles on Table Rock Campus.

If you experience a disability that may require some accommodation in order to participate in a Rogue Community College class or activitiy, please notify Disability Services; TRC, 541-245-7535 and RWC, 541-956-7337 or email at least 5 business days in advance.


Rogue Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, religion, national origin, age, disability status, gender identity, or protected veterans in employment, education, or activities as set forth in compliance with federal and state statutes and regulations.