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RCCC to host open houses this week

Rowan-Cabarrus Community College is holding an open house Wednesday at its North Campus in Salisbury and Thursday at the South Campus in Concord. Both will be 6-8 p.m.
Recent high school graduates and their parents and adults wanting to continue their education, start a new career, brush up on the basics or just take a class for fun are invited.
RCCC’s North Campus is located at I-85 and Jake Alexander Boulevard in Salisbury. The South Campus is at 1531Trinity Church Road off I-85 and N.C. 73 at exit 55. The open house will have a Hawaiian-summer theme.
RCCC offers day and evening classes, internet classes, college classes for high school students and tuition-free classes for persons 65 and older. It also offers GED and basic skills programs and English-as-a-second-language classes.
For more information, visit www.rowancabarrus.edu and click on the open house graphic.

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