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Free Legal Information

Tuesday, October 20, 2020 at 2 pm

Please join us for a virtual legal information session with attorney Keith Braunfotel for you to ask your most pressing legal questions. Join via Zoom.

Contact David Ellis ( to make an appointment or for more information.

Halloween Cake - Virtual Baking Class

Thursday, October 22 at 7:00 pm

We have the honor of hosting an awesome virtual baking course, with Netflix's Sugar Rush Contestant & owner of Bell Sophia Sugar Crafts! In addition to the video, there will be a detailed ingredients list, simple supplies list & written recipes for all components.

Link will be shared the day of the event.

Contact Michael Albin ( for more information.

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#TurnRCCPink - Breast Cancer Awareness Month

For the month of October

To help raise awareness for Breast Cancer, this whole month we are hosting a raffle for a chance to win a gift card to our Bookstore! To Enter:

  1. Take a picture of you or loved one wearing pink OR post a Breast Cancer statistic.
  2. Use the hashtag #turnrccpink on Instagram & be sure to tag us @getinvolvedrcc.
  3. You have all month to enter, so the more awareness you raise, the better your chances are at winning!!

Contact Michael Albin ( for more information.

Virtual Transfer Fair

October 19-22, 10 am - 4 pm and October 24, 10 am - 2 pm

Meet with over 50 schools and learn more about their programs through our virtual transfer fair.

Students will have the opportunity to meet with a member of their Student Success Team and chat with advisors at their dream schools.

Log in to myRCC and visit the Virtual Transfer Fair page to learn more.

Bellevue University Virtual Open House

October 19 - 23

Event Information

Register here

Contact Dave Borreggine ( for more information.

Virtual Club Fest

All Semester Long

Our Virtual Club Fest is live online. Here you will be able to view the various clubs & organizations that will be active this fall semester. Check back often as other clubs will be added. Also, if you have an idea for a club and do not see one that is similar, reach out to Michael Albin to talk about starting a new club!

Contact Michael Albin ( for more information.

Hispanic Heritage Month

September 15th - October 15th

Student Involvement honors and recognizes Hispanic Heritage Month 2020. Being at home does not mean you don't have access to the beauty of Hispanic culture. Hispanic culture is ingrained in much of our society and accessible to everyone at no cost. You just have to know where to look for it. To make enjoying Hispanic culture and heritage this Hispanic Heritage Month, we've created a one-stop-shop of culture for everyone to see. Art, music, dancing, food, famous firsts, and more! There's something for everyone to enjoy here and we can't wait for you to take a look!

Contact Elizabeth Perez ( for more information.

Join the Volunteer Service Program

All Year Long

The Volunteer Service Program provides opportunities for our students to develop a sense of social awareness and an understanding of life, work and responsible citizenship in a changing and diverse world. By matching student's skills and interests with a local non-profit program or agency whose needs are compatible with the student's, a partnership is formed from which the whole community benefits. There are virtual opportunities available.

Contact Michael Albin ( for more information.

Participate in Democracy!

Sign up with TurboVote

TurboVote is your online one-stop-shop for all things voter engagement that walks its users through the online voter registration process, can assist with mail-in voter registration, helps users request absentee ballots, and sends reminders about important voting dates, times, and locations.


For more information, please contact Student Involvement at or find us on Facebook and Instagram @getinvolved