RCTC Student Beehive – October 25, 2017
Check out the following links for important RCTC information:
To ensure you’re planning the right academic course, check your academic major shown on your degree audit report (DARS) 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.
Current and Returning Students:
|Selective Admission*||Web||Tuesday, September 26|
|Earned 45 or more credits||Web||Thursday, September 28|
|Earned 30-44 credits||Web||Monday, October 2|
|PSEO Earned 30 or more credits||Counter||See Brooke Kosok to register|
|Earned 1-29 credits||Web||Thursday, October 5|
|PSEO Earned 1-29 credits||Counter||See Brooke Kosok to register|
|Earned 0 credits||Web||Monday, October 9|
|Current and returning degree-seeking||Counter||Tuesday, October 10|
New Admitted/Degree Seeking Students:
|RCTC New Students||Orientation||Will receive enrollment information once application is processed.|
Visitor and Non-Degree Seeking Students:
|Non-Degree Seeking||Web||Beginning October 31|
|Visiting Students||Web||Beginning October 31|
Web windows open at 7:30am.
You can check your window by logging in to the eServices site, selecting the ‘Registration’ tab and the proper year/term, then clicking on the ‘Registration Window’ link. If you have any questions regarding registration, email the admissions office at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (507) 285-7268 or (800) 247-1296 ext. 7268.
Transfer students may register by participating in an orientation session or by completing the online orientation at www.rctc.edu/orientation.
All students are strongly encouraged to meet with their academic advisor or counselor prior to registering for any term.
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.(website reference: ?)
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. (website reference: )
Observance of UN Enable Day aims to promote an understanding of disability issues and mobilize support for the dignity, rights and well-being of persons with disabilities.
Join us for activities between 1:00pm and 6:30 p.m. at the Rochester Civic Theater
- Create inspiration that drives action in improving lives of people of all abilities with our community.
- Increase awareness and acceptance for people of all abilities and capacities of life (work, live, learn, and play).
- Support employment opportunities for candidates of all abilities to reflect on our community and patient population.
- Showcase the talents of people with disabilities within our community and recognize their accomplishments.
Mayo Clinic Office of Diversity & Inclusion, disABILITY Mayo Employee Resource Group. Rochester Area Chamber of Commerce. Opportunity Services. MaxAbility. Workforce Development, Inc. Diversity Council and Destination Medical Center.
We hope to see you there!