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Student Resources

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Career and College Promise students taking classes on campus, online or with their high schools have access to R-CCC’s support services and student life opportunities.

R-CCC’s WebAdvisor and G-mail accounts will allow students to access many resources including their personal R-CCC email and academic record.  Click on the appropriate link on the right side of the page under IMPORTANT LINKS

Advising and Counseling
Students can receive academic advising relating to career planning, transfer, disability or retention.

Disability Support Services
Students who determine there is a need for accommodations based upon disability should visit the Disability Support Services website.

Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
Students must complete a FERPA release form in order for parent(s) and/or school officials to have access to educational records

Library Resources
Students have access to use the R-CCC library system. This includes each of the campus library and the online resources associated with the library system.  An ID is required during each visit in order to use equipment, check out books, or use the computers.

Student Life
CCPP students can take part in many of the programs, clubs and activities that Student Life provides.

R-CCC offers 16 clubs and organizations to keep students engaged outside of the classroom. 
Click here to view the clubs/organizations we offer.

Parent Information

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High school students who enroll in R-CCC classes on campus, online or through their high school are officially entering college and establishing an official college transcript. In addition to the challenging coursework, students will become more independent. 

Academic Expectations

CCP students will be participating in college-level coursework in various subject matters. The classes will consist of students from all walks of life in our traditional and online programs.

Our courses are taught for 8, 12, or 16 weeks through face to face, online or hybrid (combination of face-to-face and online)

Faculty will provide a course syllabus that tells students exactly what is expected of them, attendance and participation, when assignments are due, and how grading will be done. Reading and writing assignments are due on the date given and late work may or may not be accepted. If accepted, it is likely there will be a lower grade assigned.

Collegiate coursework requires students to pursue their education in the classroom and on their own. Students are expected to be prepared for each class and should be prepared to offer information, thoughts and ideas to the class discussion. They may be asked to cover controversial topics and to confront questions without easy answers.

It is often expected that students will let their professor know ahead of time if they will be absent. If a student chooses to be absent from the class, he / she will still be responsible for the work due and they may need to get notes from the class from their peers.

Extracurricular activities may conflict with coursework. Help your student determine priorities, and decide if they are ready to take on the extra work and study required in a college course.  


When questions or problems arise, encourage students to deal with the appropriate person. Help students think about how the problem can be approached, what information is needed and how to ask the right questions. If there are already policies regarding the issue, help him / her to find the information on the College website. Together consider the options, the advantages of taking action and the consequence of not taking action.

Students are expected to reach out to their professor if they don’t understand content or expectations. Students should also take advantage of tutoring services offered by the College if needed. 

FERPA:  College faculty and other college personnel will not talk with a parent without the permission of and/or presence of the student. The conversation is between the administrator/faculty member and the student.

If the results of the meeting are not satisfactory, parents should help the student determine if he/she will accept the decisions or help determine who the student should approach next.

With parental help, students can move from expecting parents to take care of issues and become comfortable as a self-advocate.

Fall 2016 New Student Orientation

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Congratulations on your decision to attend Roanoke-Chowan Community College!  We’re so excited to have you on campus! Your first step to becoming a Wave is to attend a mandatory New Student Orientation.

Why you should attend New Student Orientation (NSO).

New Student Orientation (NSO) will provide an opportunity for you to explore and gather essential information that will assist you in becoming connected to R-CCC.

Here are some of the things you’ll do while you’re here:

  • Plan your Class Schedule
  • Receive your student id
  • Identify campus resources
  • Tour the campus
  • Connect with other new students and staff
  • Familiarize yourself with campus technology

What I need to do to prepare for New Student Orientation?

  • Complete academic assessment test(s). Call (252) 862-1278 to schedule an appointment.
  • Submit high school completion verification to the Office of Admissions
  • Submit any requested financial documents to the Financial Aid Office.

What to Bring to New Student Orientation?

Your acceptance letter, which contains your student identification number

New Student Orientation AGENDA

  • Greetings
  • General Information Session
  • Break & Refreshments
  • Breakout Sessions
  • Campus Tour – (optional)

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Register for Orientation.
It is important that you respond by the deadline of July 6 so we can adequately prepare for your  visit.

Orientation will be held in the Freeland Building -(Building D)


2016 Fall Early Registration

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Early registration for fall 2016 will be on Tuesday and Wednesday, July 12 and 13 from 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
We will be located in the Student Services Center.

Come out and get registered or make needed schedule adjustments.
Don’t forget to complete the FAFSA for 2016 – 2017 NOW, if you are seeking financial assistance.


Classes begin August 15.

New President for Roanoke-Chowan Community College

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New President for Roanoke-Chowan Community College

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Dr. Jimmy Tate

Roanoke-Chowan Community College is pleased to announce that Dr. Jimmy Tate will assume the position of President of Roanoke-Chowan Community College. Please click on the link below to read the entire announcement.

July 2016

Director, Basic Skills

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Network Administrator

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PC/Web Services Technician

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