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MHS students learn about RCC

A large group of Middlesex High School students toured RCC’s Glenns Campus on March 8. They are shown above with the college mascot, Squall the Seagull.

On March 8 a group of about 60 Middlesex High School (MHS) juniors enjoyed guided tours of Rappahannock Community College’s Glenns Campus. The visiting students gathered to hear about RCC’s interactive video classrooms, and then broke into smaller groups to tour the school. 

Other presentations covered the resources for academic research at the college library, the many career-friendly programs offered by the RCC Workforce Development Office, and RCC’s nursing and emergency medical services programs. In addition, a representative of the financial aid office discussed how to pay for college.

Meanwhile, MHS seniors were meeting with RCC counselors at the high school. A general presentation describing the options open to these students after graduation was followed by opportunities to speak privately with representatives of RCC’s academic disciplines, as well as its Workforce Development Office.

posted 03.22.2017

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