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Late registration for RCCC is Aug. 11-12

The registration period for fall semester classes at Rowan-Cabarrus Community College continues, but new students need to apply soon. The college anticipates an increased demand for classes.
Fall semester registration runs through July 31. The college will hold on-campus late registration Aug. 11 on the North Campus, from 2 to 6 p.m., and Aug. 12 at the South Campus, 2 to 6 p.m.
New students must apply to be enrolled. Every prospective student must complete an application and return it to the RCCC admissions office, allowing two business days for processing. New students can apply online or in person at RCCC’s North or South campuses. Fall semester classes begin Aug. 17.
RCCC will offer an Aug. 10 orientation program for new students. Orientation sessions are scheduled for 1:30 p.m. in North Campus Building 600, room 618, and at South Campus Student Services.
RCCC North Campus is located at I-85 and Jake Alexander Blvd.(exit 75), in Salisbury. The RCCC South Campus is at 1531Trinity Church Rd., just off N.C. 73 and I-85 at exit 55, in Concord.
RCCC offers day, evening and online classes for adults and high school students. Those wanting to pursue a four-year degree can take the first two years of college at RCCC, close to home and at an affordable price.
RCCC also offers GED and basic skills programs. Adults 65 and older can take classes tuition free. See the RCCC Web site, www.rowancabarrus.edu/registration, for more details.

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