RCTC Student Beehive – February 27, 2019

Check out the following links for important RCTC information:
Declared Major
Recently Moved?
Financial Aid SAP
Return to Title IV
UPCOMING EVENTS



DECLARED MAJOR
To ensure you’re planning the right academic course, check your academic major shown on your degree audit report in the eServices site. If you need to declare a major change, please contact the Admissions Office in person or via phone at (507) 285-7268.

Updates to your DARS audit are automatic when you change or add a major or submit updated transcripts from another institution.  Please wait 48 hours for major changes to take effect before you view your audit.  Updated transfer evaluations may take 2-3 weeks and an email will be sent to your school account once the evaluation is complete.

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RECENTLY MOVED?
It’s important to keep your mailing address current, so that you receive essential college communications. Keeping your address current also helps us all by lowering costs of returned mail and re-sent mail.

If you have moved from your initial application to RCTC, you can update your address in person at the Admissions Office or in the eServices site section of demographic information.

HELP US HELP YOU!

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FINANCIAL AID SAP
Students receiving Financial Aid at RCTC must be making academic progress toward their degree.  Following each term, students are evaluated to determine if they are maintaining a cumulative (overall) GPA of 2.0 and completing at least 67% of all attempted credits.  Students not meeting these standards are placed on Warning and may be allowed to continue receiving financial aid for one semester.  Students who fail to meet the standards for two consecutive semesters will be placed on Financial Aid Suspension and become ineligible for all types of financial aid.

Financial Aid students are also evaluated to ensure they have attempted no more than 150% of the credits required for their program (including transfer credits).  If the student fails to meet this criteria, also known as “Maximum Timeframe,” the student is immediately placed on Financial Aid Suspension, without warning.

For more details about these requirements and a description of how the policy is applied, please review the RCTC Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy. 

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RETURN TO TITLE IV
Students who do not complete all registered courses in a semester may be required to repay a portion of the Financial Aid funding which was disbursed.  The amount of repayment is based on the number of days the student attended and/or participated in classes.  The RCTC Return to Title IV Refund policy describes the process used to calculate any amounts that must be returned.  Students who totally withdraw from courses as well as those who simply stop attending are affected by this policy.  Please contact the Financial Aid Office for more information if you are considering a total withdrawal or if you have stopped attending your courses.  We can help you understand your responsibilities.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Thursday, February 28

  • Understanding ACES (Adverse Childhood Experiences), 11:00am-12:15 pm, CF202
    Jennifer Monsos presents this workshop on Understanding ACES. ACES or adverse childhood experiences affect many of us.  Learn to change the question from “Why did you do that?” to “what happened to you?”  Learn how your brain holds on to these experiences, how they affect us even in adulthood and how we can foster resilience in ourselves and others.

Friday, March 1

  • Becoming a Compassionate Community, 10:00am-10:50am in EA103
    Lori Halverson-Wente presents this workshop on Becoming a Compassionate Community. What does it mean to be compassionate at RCTC?  How can our communication with diverse groups be improved?  When others “not like me” are suffering, why should I act, care, reach out? Join our workshop in talking about tough issues such as race, class and sexual identity.
  • Men’s Basketball, Region 13 Tournament Play, AWAY
  • Wrestling, NJCAA National Tournament, AWAY

Saturday, March 2

  • Women’s Basketball, Region 13 Tournament, AWAY
  • Men’s Basketball, Region 13 Tournament, AWAY
  • Wrestling, NJCAA National Tournament, AWAY

Sunday, March 3

  • Women’s Basketball, Region 13 Tournament, AWAY
  • Men’s Basketball, Region 13 Tournament, AWAY

Monday, March 4

  • “Wonder Women! The Untold Story of American Superheroines” CF202, 12:00pm-1:00pm
    Join Coach Rob Monday, February 25th at Noon in CF202 as he leads a frank discussion about the effects of the historical and social dysregulation of young American Black males. All are welcome to participate in this discussion.

Wednesday, March 6

  • Rochester Retail & Customer Service Job Fair, 10:00am-12:00pm, Heintz Center Commons
    Local employers have jobs available and are hiring!  Come explore career opportunities from employers across the region.

Intramurals information can be found on the Yellowjackets Athletics website for RCTC.

Events Coming this Semester

March 8
International Women’s Day: “Heroines of History”
March 11-15
Spring Break – No Classes
March 20
Employee Development Day – NO CLASSES
March 27
“I <3 Female Orgasm”
April 1
Glow-in-the-Dark Yoga
April 2
Guided Meditation: Finding Peace in the Moment
April 3
Manufacturing and Industry Jobs and Career Fair
April 8
Yoga: Mindfulness in Motion
April 10
Art Therapy: “The Mandala”
Health Care Jobs and Career Fair
April 15
Ragamala: The Art of Traditional Dance
April 17
Spineless: The Science of Jellyfish and the Art of Growing a Backbone
April 23
Employee Development Day – NO CLASSES
May 7-9
Destress Fest
May 13-15
Stress Relief Week
May 15
Last Day of Classes
May 16
Commencement – 6:00pm
Basketball games either at home or away every week
Intramural Sports every week
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