Here are the steps you should follow to complete your enrollment at Rochester Community and Technical College. Remember, there are application and enrollment deadlines, so earlier is better!
- Apply to Rochester Community and Technical College (RCTC)
- Apply for Financial Aid
- Send Final, Official Copies of High School and College Transcripts
- Course Placement, Orientation, and Register for Courses
- Get a Student ID Card
- Activate your Student email account
- Pay tuition
- Buy Books
- Make an Appointment
- Get Involved!
We encourage you to apply for admission up to one full year prior to the semester you plan to enroll at RCTC. Early applicants get first priority for testing and registration. There is NO application fee at RCTC!
- SUMMER 2022 APPLICATION DEADLINE: No Deadline
- FALL 2022 REGULAR AND PSEO APPLICATION DEADLINE: August 8, 2022
NOTE: International Student Application deadlines are different than the deadlines stated above. Please refer to the International Student application page for more specific information.
Financial Aid is available to those students who qualify based on tax information from the previous year. As soon as you get your taxes done for the previous year, you should be applying for financial aid. You can apply online at www.studentaid.gov or visit the RCTC Financial Aid website at www.rctc.edu/financialaid.
Please send final, official copies of your high school transcript to RCTC. If you have attended any college, even if you withdrew, please also send the official copies directly from your school to us for your educational records at RCTC. Financial Aid also requires official transcripts on file at RCTC.
All new students need to be placed in the proper English, Reading, or Math courses. Please visit the Course Placement page for options.
Stop by the Goddard Library with a copy of your class schedule and a government-issued ID to get your student ID card.
Stop by Technology Support to activate your student email account. All official college communication is sent to your RCTC student email.
Once you’ve registered for your classes you can take your schedule to the bookstore and buy your textbooks, lab equipment, and other supplies, you may also go online and order your books and other supplies. You should always have your books and supplies before classes begin.
Make an appointment with your academic advisor for your future semester planning. You can make an appointment online.
Going to class is, well, the best way to ensure your own success in college. But class is only part of the college experience. Don’t bypass all of the other activities and opportunities you have to make your college years the best they can be! Be adventurous, get involved with Student Life!