Roanoke-Chowan CC to Return to Pre-Pandemic Instruction for Fall 2021
With the decline in the number of COVID-19 cases and the increased availability of vaccines, Roanoke-Chowan Community College (R-CCC) will resume full operations for fall 2021. Students will be able to choose in-person, online, or hybrid classes (a mix of in-person and online instruction), just as before the pandemic.
In accordance with Governor Roy Cooper’s May 14 executive order, face coverings and social distancing protocols are still encouraged, but not required, for unvaccinated individuals.
Nothing prevents employees or students from continuing to wear face coverings. Keep in mind that individuals should not be asked to disclose their vaccination status or why they are wearing a face covering. This is private information and should be respected at all times.
Here is what students can expect this fall:
- In-person classes will resume to pre-pandemic norms
- Online and hybrid classes will continue to be available
- Classrooms and labs will return to regular capacity
- In-person student services, resources, and activities will resume
- Some classrooms, labs, and other facilities have been renovated
Student ServicesR-CCC staff are available to provide services such as admissions, financial aid, registration and records, advising, veterans services, career and employment resources, and wellness counseling.
Appointments on campus and virtual assistance are available from 7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday. Walk-ins are also welcome. Call 252-862-1200 for assistance.
Paying for ClassesRoanoke-Chowan Community College offers several convenient options for paying for classes. Unless otherwise noted, tuition is due on the college established deadlines. Please check the academic calendar for more details. Nonpayment of tuition and fees by their due dates will result in the deletion of your schedule.
Pay at the campus business office in the Jernigan Building with cash, check or credit card (MasterCard™ or Visa™).
Break your tuition balance into affordable monthly payments. Visit My College Payment Plan (Nelnet) for more information.
The primary purpose of R-CCC’s financial aid program is to ensure that qualified students are not denied an opportunity to pursue a college education because of economic disadvantages.
Our student-focused staff are empowered to help students and their families seek, obtain, and make the best use of all financial resources available. Grants, scholarships, and a federal work-study program are available to help eligible students cover the cost of tuition, fees, books, and other related expenses.
BookstoreR-CCC offers a virtual bookstore through the Follett Virtual Campus bookstore (rcccshop.com). The customer service team is available by phone at 800-381-5151 or email@example.com.
Academic ResourcesIn an effort to provide all R-CCC students with the academic services and resources needed to support their learning and success, the College will continue offering in-person and remote access to tutoring support through the Student Support Services Office (TRIO), reference and research support through its Learning Resources Center and online learning and online teaching support through its Distance Learning Office. While most academic support needs can be met through a web meeting, email, or phone, in-person assistance by appointment is available to help with specific special cases. Call 252-862-1200 for Student Support Services, 262-862-1209 for the Learning Resources Center, and 252-862-1250 or 252-862-1242 for the Distance Learning Office.
Technology SupportR-CCC is committed to providing students with the online technology and resources they need for academic success in an online environment. For assistance with Moodle or Waves Gmail, the College has established a 24/7 support environment including:
24/7 Phone Support: Support Representatives who will be available to provide you technical and process support for the Moodle Learning System and supporting software.
Submit A Ticket: This web-based ticket submission tool allows you to fill out a web form that will get submitted as a ticket to our support representatives without the worry of sacrificing your dial–up internet connection.
Real-Time Chat: This tool allows you to contact our support representatives 24/7. You can access this tool from the support portal.
Call toll free: 877-859-2661
The 24/7 helpdesk is available to faculty and students for technical assistance and log-in problems.
For walk-in support, visit the Distance Learning Offices in the Learning Resources Center during normal operating hours.
Assistance with WebAdvisor and Self-Service-Student can be sought in-person from the Registrar’s Office in the Student Services Building, first floor suite, and by phone at 252-862-1225.