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Classes begin June 1
Earn transferable credits that are affordable and close to home. Visit our Registration Page to find out how to register for classes or call 217.875.7211, Ext. 267.
If your child has a curious mind, Richland’s Discover Summer Classes are a great place to explore and learn. Choose from classes for ages 3-18! To register call 217.875.7211, Ext. 265.
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Choose Richland Community College for your education! It’s simple – Here at Richland you can save money on your education, explore your professional and technical career options, increase your earning potential, and access the best technology. Choose Richland for your future! Registration for summer and fall classes is going on now! Visit us at our Workforce Development Institute, the stand-alone building located off Reas Bridge Road to register today. For more information visit us online at richland.edu/registration.
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.
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.