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It is the responsibility of each student to be familiar with College policies and procedures.
Policies will be made available, upon request, in an alternative format such as large print or audio tape.
NOTICE: Every effort has been made to make the RCTC Web Site accurate as of the date of publication; however, all policies, procedures, and fees are subject to change at any time by appropriate action of the faculty, the college administration, the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities Board, or the Minnesota Legislature.
- Process Map (PDF)
Policies and procedures specifically relating to fiscal administration (i.e. travel management, fees, procurement and contracts, refunds, withdrawals, waivers, etc.)
Policies and procedures specifically relating to the foundation, local advisory committees, program advisory committees, and gifts and grants to the College.
Policies and procedures specifically relating to educational issues (i.e. programs, degrees, PSEOP, admissions, student grievances and conduct, course syllabi, fresh start, acceptance of transfer credits etc.)
Policies and procedures specifically relating to facilities (i.e. capital budget, construction contracts, naming of college buildings, safety and security, facility usage, etc.)
Policies and procedures specifically relating to the financial issues (i.e. accounting, reporting, internal audits, development and sale of real property, carpentry program acquisitions.)
Policies and procedures specifically relating to personnel issues (i.e. designation of fields for faculty, weather/emergency closings, sabbatical leaves, expense allowances, etc.)
Policies and procedures specifically relating to student issues (i.e. satisfactory academic progress, student data practices, student life, student senate emergency loans, etc.)
Policies and procedures specifically relating to the the MnSCU System (i.e. MnSCU organization, alcohol use on campus, harassment and nondiscrimination, etc.)
Records Retention Schedule
Plan for records retention and disposition a records management program for the various functional areas of the College (i.e. common course outlines, grade reports, general ledgers, etc.)