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Apply now for RCCC spring session

Rowan-Cabarrus Community College encourages all new students who want to take classes during the 2012 spring semester to complete an admissions application now.
RCCC will hold general or late registration Jan. 3 and Jan. 4 on both its North Campus and South Campus from 1-6 p.m. Classes start Jan. 10.
New students must complete an admissions application (http://www.rccc.edu/onestop/622/apply-to-the-college/) and take a number of placement tests before they can register for classes. Rowan-Cabarrus urges prospective students to go through the application process now, before the college takes its annual holiday break.
Additionally, financial aid assistance through the federal government takes time to process, so the college urges students to apply as soon as possible. For complete details, see the Rowan-Cabarrus website at http://www.rccc. edu/recordsregistration/ or stop in to Student Services.
The ěCompletion Agendaî is a national goal for America to lead the world in college graduates by 2020. Community colleges across the country, including Rowan-Cabarrus, are joining together under this goal in a unified effort to increase the rate of postsecondary completion.
ěWe want our students to come through our doors and get the certificate, diploma or degree they need to move on with their careers,î said Dr. Carol Spalding, president.
For more information about RCCC and how to apply and register for spring 2012 classes, contact the Student Services office at 704-216-3593 or 704-216-3608 (studentservices@rccc.edu).

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