RCTC Student Beehive – January 31, 2018
Check out the following links for important RCTC information:
Education Planning Tools
Spring and Summer Graduates
Failure for Non-Attendance and Failure to Withdraw
Super Bowl Party – February 4
- DARS audits viewed through the eServices site
- Find detailed information on what DARS is and how to understand what it all means on the DARS webpage
- Course Transfer System
SPRING AND SUMMER GRADUATES
Graduation applications are due within the first 30 days of the semester you intend on completing program requirements. The Spring 2018 Graduation Application Deadline is February 21, 2018 and Summer 2018 Graduation Application Deadline is March 26, 2018. You can find the Graduation application online. Accurate and complete DARS Audits must be attached to the application. You can access your DARS Audit through the eServices site.
FAILURE FOR NON-ATTENDANCE (FN) AND FAILURE TO WITHDRAW (FW)
Instructors may assign students the grades of FN and FW. The grade designations are for students who never attend a class and students who stop attending a class during the semester but do not officially withdraw. These grades carry the same weight as a failing grade (F). Withdrawals from courses where students were assigned an FN or FW cannot be made using the eServices site. If students are assigned an FN or FW grade prior to the end of the withdraw date for a course, they can still elect to withdraw but must do so in person at the Admissions and Records Office.
The RCTC Student Life program gives students the opportunity to expand their education beyond the traditional classroom. Students who get involved in extracurricular activities tend to do better in the classroom than those who don’t get involved. Major employers across the nation look for “leadership skills” in prospective hires and being involved with RCTC’s chartered student organizations will give you the opportunity to gain these skills first hand. In a two-year college, many of the students involved in an activity graduate each year. This means that the opportunity for a freshman to immediately become active is much greater than in a four-year college. Many of the activities may also be taken as a class to earn credit toward a degree.
RCTC students can attend sporting events, concerts and theatre productions free of charge. All RCTC sponsored events are alcohol and drug free.
SUPER BOWL PARTY – SUNDAY
Student Life will be hosting an on-campus Super Bowl Party this Sunday (2/4)! There will be free food and the game on the big screen in the cafeteria. Please encourage your students to attend; it’s a great atmosphere to enjoy the game and meet new friends! The game starts at 5:30 p.m.
Reach out to Student Life Specialist, Courtney Thoreson, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 507-285-7204 with any questions.
Open gym began during the Fall Semester and runs through the last day of the Spring Semester. Daily hours are from 10:00am-2:00pm Monday-Friday if supervision is available. For additional information, visit the Open Gym website.
Support the intercollegiate athletic teams at RCTC! Check the athletics site for upcoming home games. It’s free to attend the games with your stinger ID!