Check out the following links for important RCTC information
November 23 is the last day to withdraw from Fall Semester 2022 full-term classes. Students unsure if they should withdraw from a course are encouraged to consult an academic advisor or counselor.
You can withdraw on the eServices site until 11pm or withdraw in person at the RCTC Admissions and Registration counter until 5pm. Students with “holds” on their record must withdraw in person.
The published withdrawal deadlines for short-term courses that start late or end early in the semester are available on the RCTC website.
PLEASE NOTE: Withdrawals do not impact a student’s GPA, but they impact a student’s completion rate and may impact your ability to maintain satisfactory academic progress.
Check out the Student Life Activities Calendar. The webpage lists Student Life activities that are happening on and off campus, in a calendar format or a list format. By clicking on an event title, you can view additional details such as location, time, website, and contact information.
You can receive your 2022 1098-T and W-2 tax forms electronically, rather than receiving a paper copy by U.S. mail.
Some of the benefits include:
- Quicker access to year-end tax forms
- Reduce printing and mailing costs
- Environmentally friendly
Visit your eServices site before the end of the semester and indicate that you’d like to receive your forms electronically. If you have any questions, please contact the Financial Aid Office at 507-285-7557.
Students on Fall Financial Aid have until December 2 ,2022, to accept their Federal Direct Loans for Fall Semester. If you have any questions, please contact the Financial Aid Office at 507-285-7557 or email@example.com.
- Get the schedule YOU want! Get the courses you NEED!
- Don’t take the WRONG courses! Schedule an appointment with your academic advisor to review your degree plan.
- You’ll have time to handle any ROADBLOCKS. Unexpected hold? Financial aid error? Starting early gives you time to figure out any barriers that might keep you from registering.
HOW DO I SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT WITH MY ADVISOR? Sign in to AdvisorVue an online web-based tool that makes scheduling appointments easy! Just log in with your STAR ID and password to see your advisor’s appointment times. Trouble signing in? Considering a new degree? Need to meet with a different pathway advisor? Contact the Advising Center at 507-285-7260.
As we approach the winter season, now is the time to remind everyone of the policies and procedures to follow should classes or activities need to be canceled, or the campus needs to close, due to weather or another emergency.
During an emergency, all current RCTC students and employees automatically receive an RCTC Emergency Alert at their RCTC email account. If anyone wishes to receive an alert as a text message, a phone message, or an email message to a non-RCTC email address, they are encouraged to sign up for the RCTC Emergency Alert, our emergency alert messaging system.
In addition, RCTC’s Facebook, Twitter, and website will have up-to-date information on any change in status, and the College’s main switchboard will have a recorded message at 507-285-7210. Television media outlets KTTC-TV; FOX47-TV, and KAAL-TV will be notified of the status change to scroll across the bottom of the television station’s screen.
Whenever possible, decisions affecting day classes will be made by 6am and decisions affecting evening classes or activities will be made by 3pm. If the decision is to have a delayed start (i.e., the campus will open at 10am), all classes with a start time before that time will NOT meet. If the campus closes early because of inclement weather, all classes that start before the closure time will begin to meet at their regularly scheduled time but must conclude at the closure time.
The decision to remain open or close during inclement weather is never an easy call; however, the safety of our students and employees is always part of the equation. Those safety questions include, but are not limited to:
- Are state highways open and snowplows operating?
- Are local transit systems running?
- Is wind, cold, or ice a factor?
- Are power or heating systems affected?
Because weather and related road conditions are not the same in every area where students and employees live, the decision as to whether it is safe to travel ultimately resides with each individual.