The Culinary Arts Institute at Richland Community College will be hosting their Annual Scholarship Dinner on Saturday, March 21st beginning at 6:30pm in the Shilling Salons. French cuisine will be featured as you are transported to “A Date In Time” to The Ritz Hotel in Paris on March 21, 1906. The menu for the evening is our interpretation of a meal inspired by world famous French Chef Auguste Escoffier, as he would have prepared it on this day, in the exquisite ballroom at The Ritz. This 10-course meal with wine pairings will showcase all that classic French cuisine has to offer.
The Richland Community College Foundation kicked off the public phase of their capital campaign to raise $5 million for the Business Education Center located on Richland Community College’s campus with a press conference today. The Foundation Capital Campaign Cabinet has been working quietly over the last year to raise nearly $2.3 million in gifts and gift commitments to transform the College’s business curriculum and educational space. The Dell & Evelyn Carroll Trust gave the lead donation of $1.7 million for the new Business Education Center.
DECATUR — Richland Community College’s Shilling Auditorium was the venue for Governor Bruce Rauner when he asked to speak with students, employees, and members of the community. Rauner took the opportunity to preview his upcoming State of the State address before the Illinois Generally Assembly to a packed auditorium. Rauner highlighted the current situations facing the State of Illinois saying that Illinois was on an unsustainable path and that raising taxes could not be the only solution.
Make Richland your choice for college and attend one of our informative and fun tours. High school students, family members, and adult learners are welcome! To schedule a tour visit www.richland.edu/tour, fill out the form, and choose the tour that interests you most.
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As part of a recent Dedication Ceremony, Richland Community College hosted a ribbon cutting and open house for its Workforce Development Institute. The building is Richland’s newest construction project, over 45,000 square feet of space, and is home to the college's collision repair, automotive, diesel technology and construction trades programs, as well as the fitness center. The institute's programs have been designed to follow standards set by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation, and the college will seek accreditation in the spring.