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Rowan-Cabarrus Community College Students Receive Scholarships from State Employees’ Credit Union (SECU)

Rhonda Horton and Abigail Russell awarded $5,000 scholarships for leadership, excellence of character, integrity and community involvement

 

Credit Union scholarshipKANNAPOLIS, N.C. — Rowan-Cabarrus Community College is proud to announce two students who have been honored with the State Employees’ Credit Union “People Helping People” scholarship.

The State Employees’ Credit Union (SECU) Foundation provides two $5,000 scholarships annually to each of the 58 North Carolina community colleges.

Recipients for both scholarships are selected by the individual college’s scholarship committees. Selections are based on a student’s embodiment of the credit union’s “People Helping People” philosophy demonstrated through leadership, excellence of character, integrity and community involvement, along with an overall grade point average of 2.5 or higher.

“Congratulations to both Rhonda Horton and Abigail Russell! We are confident that this scholarship will help them continue to achieve and demonstrate the remarkable qualities that earned them this award,” said Natasha Lipscomb, director of student life & leadership development for the College.

Rhonda Horton of Cabarrus County is pursuing an Associate in Applied Science Degree in Medical Office Administration. She put her education on hold to care for the needs of her disabled children. Having her own health and economic struggles, Rhonda wants to impact others who may have lost hope due to unforeseen circumstances.

“My passion is in basic skills education. I want to be able to have the greatest impact on those who have lost hope in themselves,” said Horton. The State Employees’ Credit Union Scholarship provides financial freedom, which allows me to improve my life and give back to others.”

Abigail Russell of Rowan County is currently pursuing an Associate in General Education, with plans to pursue her Associate Degree in Nursing. She is a member of junior Civitans, is actively involved with her church and has a passion for volunteering.

“This scholarship has allowed me to continue my education while advancing my lifelong goal of becoming a nurse,” said Russell.

Recipients can use the scholarship funds for tuition, books, fees, course supplies and transportation.

“Thank you to the State Employees’ Credit Union for their commitment to Rowan-Cabarrus and our students,” said Carl M. Short, chair of the Rowan-Cabarrus Board of Trustees. “The price of education continues to climb across the country and I am pleased that the State Employees’ Credit Union is committed to helping students achieve their goals.”

For more information about Rowan-Cabarrus Community College, please visit www.rccc.edu or call 704-216-RCCC (7222). Those interested in applying for scholarships for the 2016-2017 academic year can visit www.rccc.edu/scholarships.

 

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9/11 Survivor Thanks Rowan-Cabarrus for Comfort Provided by Banner

College Plans 9/11 Remembrance Events for Sept. 12 and 13

SALISBURY, N.C. — Ten years ago, following the 9/11 tragedy, the Rowan-Cabarrus Community College community pulled together to let the people affected by the tragedy know that they cared. 

The college signed a large banner stating just that and then took it to Ground Zero in New York City. This year, the college planned to do something similar to thank those first responders, recovery workers, volunteers, public safety officers, and members of the military for their service. 

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Accounting: The Jobs That Are Always In Demand

ROWAN-CABARRUS COMMUNITY COLLEGE OFFERS SEVERAL OPTIONS FOR CPA EXAM PREP AND CAREER DEVELOPMENT

SALISBURY, N.C. — While accounting jobs have changed dramatically over the last few decades, it’s been proven that they are ones that will always be needed.

“In my experience, most people who enjoy accounting have a natural approach and mindset that is sorely needed in the business world today,” said Sharon Brooks who has been CPA in NC for over 30 years.

“In addition to a logical and ethical perspective, they bring a discipline and attention to detail that may not always be noticed and appreciated as it should be – but is the foundation of any successful business.”

Demand for thorough financial documentation is expected to increase nationwide in response to the recent financial crises, corporate scandals, and subsequent rule changes mandating more regulations on the industry. Employment of accountants and auditors is expected to grow 16 percent by 2020, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Rowan-Cabarrus Community College has restructured its accounting program so that it can meet the needs of a variety of individuals.

“We have students who come here with a bachelor’s degree, take courses with us and sit for the CPA exam,” said Robin Turner, program chair of the college’s accounting program. “Students can also enroll in courses without any accounting experience whatsoever or with just a few classes remaining before taking the CPA exam.”

One component of the college’s program is that students who have a bachelor’s degree in any field can enroll in accounting courses at Rowan-Cabarrus and sit for the CPA exam.

“If you have an undergraduate degree in any field – even the ones that have little or no business component, like history, sociology and English – you can enroll in Rowan-Cabarrus accounting program, they can ultimately take the CPA exam,” said Turner. “And if your undergraduate major was in accounting, finance or marketing, it takes even less time.”

The accounting offerings at Rowan-Cabarrus are extremely convenient with day and evening classes on both North and South Campuses. Additionally, the entire accounting program can now be taken and completed online.

“We often have students who have marketing degrees who have found that they can’t find a job. We’re a great option for those who want to change careers or make a new start,” said Turner.

Service learning is a component of the degree designed to get students out in their communities where they’ll eventually be working. This allows students to be involved in community activities and network with business owners and other professionals while pursuing their accounting degrees.

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Adobe Classes

SALISBURY, N.C. — Rowan-Cabarrus Community College is hosting Adobe classes.

Do you aspire to be a graphic designer, a web developer, or a professional photographer?
Has your job recently expanded to include producing professional-looking in-house or external publications? Or are you a seasoned professional looking to take your media publication skills to the next level with these latest versions of the industry standard? Then these courses are for you! RCCC will offer three brand new short term certificate training programs at RCCC’s Cabarrus Business & Technology Center in Concord. The following daytime classes will meet on Mondays beginning later this month.

Using the newest breakthrough tools in Adobe Photoshop, learn how to digitally correct and enhance photos, make precise selections, and effectively use layers in this detailed photo editing program. Learn how to build impressive page layouts in Adobe InDesign by setting up master pages and frames, and importing and manipulating text and graphics. In Adobe Illustrator, learn how to work with various graphic objects by creating and arranging shapes, drawing with the pen tool, using brushes and type as art, and more.

The tuition is $299 for each of these courses and a $50 workbook is required. Photoshop will run on four Mondays beginning February 20 from 8:00 am until 12:00 noon. InDesign is scheduled from 8:00 am until 5:00 pm on April 16 and 23. Illustrator will run from 8:00 am until 5:00 pm on May 7 and 14.

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After 34 Years of Service, Rowan-Cabarrus Community College Vice-President Retires

College and Community Honor Jerry Chandler with Endowed Scholarship in His Name

SALISBURY, N.C. — After 34 years of service to Rowan-Cabarrus Community College and the community, Dr. Jarrett T. Chandler, Vice President of College Advancement, is retiring.

Better known around the community as Jerry Chandler, Jerry leaves a legacy of generosity and positivity.

“As sad as we are to be without his positive attitude, dedication and generous contributions, we’re excited to launch a legacy in his name to honor his commitment to the college,” said Dr. Carol S. Spalding, President.

Jerry’s illustrious career at Rowan-Cabarrus includes many achievements. He began his career at Rowan-Cabarrus as an Instructor of Radiologic Technology in 1977. Since that time, he has served the college in numerous roles, including Assistant to the President and Associate Dean of Human Resources, Dean of Instruction, Dean of Personnel and Administration, Executive Vice President, Vice President of Advancement, and Interim President.  Read More »

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American Heart Association HeartChase Event on Saturday

SALISBURY ONE OF ONLY 50 CITIES AROUND THE COUNTRY, TWO IN THE STATE, SELECTED TO HOST NEW INTERACTIVE FUNDRAISING EVENT

SALISBURY, N.C. — The American Heart Association’s HeartChase will be held this Saturday May 12, 2012 at 10 a.m. at the F&M Trolley Barn.

 

“It’s going to be a memorable event that will make giving back truly fun.”

Salisbury was selected by the American Heart Association as one of 50 cities in the U.S. to launch this new interactive fundraising event. This new program boasts a creative way to get involved downtown, have a good time and contribute to an important cause.

Registration for the event includes a home-cooked BBQ lunch, a dri-FIT event t-shirt, the chance to win awesome prizes and a donation to a great cause.

“HeartChase is sort of a cross between the Amazing Race and Minute-To-Win-It – the American Heart Association’s equivalent to Race for a Cure,” said Sandy Moore, Branch Manager of F&M’s Granite Quarry location, and co-chair of the Salisbury HeartChase committee. Teams of 2-5 people will race around downtown Salisbury competing in activities at “checkpoints” to earn points and win prizes. “Activities” will include anything from doing the limbo to riding a tricycle through a maze to guessing the number of calories in a donut.

Registration for team members is $25 for 18+ and $15 for under 18.

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Bachelor’s in Nursing Now Available Through UNCG at Rowan-Cabarrus Community College

Two of the region’s leaders in healthcare training partner to offer RN-BSN program

 

 

KANNAPOLIS, N.C. — The nursing profession has seen a dramatic increase in demand for bachelor’s trained nurses due to changing standards in the Affordable Care Act and from the Institute of Medicine. Rowan-Cabarrus Community College, in partnership with the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, will now be able to help our local area keep up with these demands.

Many hospitals in North Carolina are seeking recognition as “Magnet facilities,” and prefer to employ nurses with Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degrees. However, at present over half of the Registered Nurses in North Carolina do not hold a bachelor’s degree in nursing.

In response to the changing standards and employment trends, Rowan-Cabarrus Community College and the University of North Carolina at Greensboro School of Nursing have entered into a partnership to offer the UNCG RN to BSN program on the Rowan-Cabarrus campus located at the North Carolina Research Campus in Kannapolis.

The courses will be taught by UNCG faculty, and students will earn UNCG BSN degrees.

“This partnership will provide local practicing nurses access to baccalaureate education. The program will be cost effective for the student since the RN-BSN classes will be offered locally. Students will also have the ability to take required pre-requisite and cognate courses through the community college,” said Dr. Rod Townley, vice president of academic programs at Rowan-Cabarrus.

The program is available to all practicing nurses, including those who just completed their degrees at Rowan-Cabarrus. However, graduates of Rowan-Cabarrus are given first priority.

“We anticipate that the first courses will be offered as early as this fall,” said Dr. Anita Tesh, Associate Dean for Nursing at UNCG. “One or two of the RN-BSN courses will be offered most semesters, to best accommodate working nurses.” Read More »

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Bachelor’s in Nursing Now Available through UNCG at Rowan-Cabarrus Community College

Two of the region’s leaders in healthcare training partner to offer RN-BSN program

KANNAPOLIS, N.C. — The nursing profession has seen a dramatic increase in demand for bachelor’s trained nurses due to changing standards from the Institute of Medicine. Rowan-Cabarrus Community College, in partnership with the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, will now be able to help our local area keep up with these demands.

Many hospitals in North Carolina are seeking recognition as “Magnet facilities,” and prefer to employ nurses with Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degrees. However, at present over half of the Registered Nurses in North Carolina do not hold a bachelor’s degree in nursing.Nursing 4

In response to the changing standards and employment trends, Rowan-Cabarrus Community College and the University of North Carolina at Greensboro School of Nursing have entered into a partnership to offer the UNCG RN to BSN program on the Rowan-Cabarrus campus located at the North Carolina Research Campus in Kannapolis.

The courses will be taught by UNCG faculty, and students will earn UNCG BSN degrees.

“This partnership will provide local practicing nurses access to baccalaureate education. The program will be cost effective for the student since the RN-BSN classes will be offered locally. Students will also have the ability to take required pre-requisite and cognate courses through the community college,” said Dr. Rod Townley, vice president of academic programs at Rowan-Cabarrus.

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Become a Yogi or an Expert Photographer at Rowan-Cabarrus Community College

Rowan-Cabarrus Offers New Personal Enrichment Classes

SALISBURY, N.C. — Fulfill your 2014 new year’s resolutions with new personal enrichment classes at Rowan-Cabarrus Community College. The College has photography and photo editing classes, as well as a variety of exercise classes for the communities of Rowan and Cabarrus! Bring your friends and join in on the fun!

To register for the following classes, please call 704-216-7222 (select option 5 and then option 2) or you can now register online for most classes – just go to www.rccc.edu, select WebAdvisor at the top of the page, click “Students,” then “Register and pay for Continuing Education Classes.”

Please visit the Personal Enrichment & Healthy Living website for additional information and to voice your thoughts on other classes you’d like to see offered.

Core Stability (8 weeks)

This course makes use of gliding sliding disc exercises to transform traditional exercises, allowing for engaged full body effort from start to finish and also includes exercising with stability balls. Train every muscle in your body to extend your range of motion. You will improve your balance, muscular endurance, and flexibility while working out to popular music. Bring a stability ball, mat, towel, and water – and wear athletic shoes and comfortable clothing. The registration fee is $60.

TUES, Jan. 7-Feb. 25, 9:15-10:15 a.m., South Campus, Concord, Building 1000, Rm 106

TUES, Jan. 7-Feb. 25; 5:30-6:30 p.m., South Campus, Concord, Building 1000, Rm 106

Fortify Your Fitness and Finish a 5K! (8 weeks)

The benefits of running/walking are many & can change your life. Participants will learn and apply usable information on running topics such as running form, stretching, strengthening, nutrition, injury prevention, safety and race day preparation. Included is individual coaching with your own training schedule from a certified running coach, personal trainer, and wellness professional as well as a dry-fit technical shirt! In just eight weeks, you can go from beginner to completion of a 5K. This class is ideal for new runners and walkers as well as previous runners who need a restart. Please bring water, a pen, and wear appropriate running apparel for the first class distance of one half mile (don’t worry about purchasing new shoes, because we’ll discuss shoes and equipment in class #2). The registration fee is $60.

THUR, Jan. 14-Mar. 4, 5:30-6:45 p.m., NC Research Campus, Kannapolis, Rowan-Cabarrus Building, Rm 202

Beginning Yoga (6 weeks)

This course introduces the fundamentals of Yoga with a focus on proper breathing techniques, relaxation and correct body positions. Yoga is an exercise that strengthens the body and mind through exercises in relaxation and balance. Space is limited to facilitate individualized instruction. Bring a Yoga Mat and wear loose, comfortable clothing. The registration fee is $50.

THUR, Jan. 16-Feb. 20, 5:30-6:45 p.m., North Campus, Salisbury, Building 400, Rm 4124

Digital Photography: How To Use Your Digital Camera

This class will cover the basics of digital photography, and teach you how to understand and use the features of your own camera, whether you have an old, familiar point-and-shoot or a shiny new DSLR. These classes are ideal for anyone who would like to learn more about their own camera in order to take better photographs. You’ll also learn many tips and tricks that photographers utilize every day, and gain a better understanding of what turns a simple snapshot into a photograph. Class size is limited to facilitate personalized instruction. Please bring textbook (Welcome to Digital Photography – 2nd Edition, ISBN: 978-159-136-175-6), camera, storage card, batteries, USB Cables, and manual. The registration fee is $100 and does not include the textbook.

MON & THUR, Jan. 27-Feb. 6, 6-9 p.m., South Campus, Concord, Building 1000, Rm 106

FRI, Jan. 31-Feb. 21, 9 am-12 p.m., North Campus, Salisbury, Building 400, Rm 4104

T’ai Chi – Beginner Basics (6 weeks)

This 6-week beginner class consists of weekly one hour instruction and daily practice at home. T’ai Chi is a gentle art and we enter into its practice in a gradual and open manner. Each person comes with different physical and mental attributes and limitations. We start from that point, and without forcing the body or mind, gradually coax the body and mind into the cultivation of the life energy, called “chi.” We will also learn some moving and breathing exercises called Qi Gong. Wear loose clothing, flat shoes, and be prepared for an hour of relaxing, light-hearted play. The registration fee is $50.

TUES, Jan. 28-Mar. 4, 6:00-7:00 p.m., North Campus, Salisbury, Building 400, Rm 4124

WED, Jan. 29-Mar. 5, 8-9 a.m., NC Research Campus, Kannapolis, Rowan-Cabarrus Building, Rm 322

Photoshop Elements

This class will cover all three components of the Elements software: the Organizer, which allows keyword tagging, star ratings and grouping photos; Photo Projects, for the designing of cards and slideshows; and the Editor, which enables image adjustments, object removal, brightening, darkening, retouching and more. Please bring textbook (Adobe Photoshop Elements 11 – Classroom in a Book, ISBN: 978-0-321-88368-1), writing utensils, and paper. The registration fee is $125 and does not include the textbook.

MON & THUR, Feb. 17-Feb. 27, 6-9 p.m., South Campus, Concord, Building 1000, Room 103A

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Become a Yogi or Learn Sign Language at Rowan-Cabarrus Community College

Rowan-Cabarrus Offers New Personal Enrichment Classes for 2016

 

SALISBURY, N.C. — Fulfill your new year’s resolutions with new personal enrichment classes at Rowan-Cabarrus Community College. The College has sign language and conversational Spanish classes, a variety of exercise classes and much more for the communities of Rowan and Cabarrus! Bring your friends and join in on the fun!  

“Make 2016 your best year yet,” said Dr. Carol S. Spalding, president of Rowan-Cabarrus. “Take the health plunge you have been contemplating or finally learn Spanish – or both!”

To register for the following classes, please call 704-216-7222 (select option 5 and then option 2) or you can now register online for most classes – just go to www.rccc.edu, select WebAdvisor at the top of the page, click “Students,” then “Register and pay for Continuing Education Classes.”

Please visit http://www.rccc.edu/enrichment/ for additional information and to voice your thoughts on other classes you’d like to see offered.

Total Body Conditioning (6 weeks)

Are you ready to feel the burn? This class gives you the opportunity to jump-start your metabolism and strengthen the body as a whole. You will raise your heart rate, increase total body strength and stamina and tone your muscles. During this class you will use a variety of equipment and tools to keep things interesting and improve your overall fitness. Modifications will be given as needed. Bring water and a towel. The registration fee is $50.

TUES, Jan. 19-Feb.23, 5:15-6:15 p.m., North Campus, Salisbury, Building 400, Rm 4124

Beginning Gentle Yoga (6 weeks)

Learn to use the intelligence of your body as a pathway to better health, balance and wholeness in this six-week class that is aimed at all experience levels, from beginner to advanced. Paying attention to the body and following its inner messages, in conjunction with instructor guidance, tailors yoga practice to your individual abilities, conditions and needs. As a result, you will more easily access the body’s innate healing energy as you practice yoga postures in a way that suits you. The class also uses deep relaxation and breathing practices to awaken inner wisdom and bring focus on finding total wellness. The registration fee is $50.

THUR, Jan. 21-Feb. 25, 5:30-6:45 p.m., North Campus, Salisbury, Building 400, Rm 4124

Core Conditioning (6 weeks)

Get ready to discover the true powerhouse of the body – the core muscles of the abdomen and back. Using a variety of exercise methods and equipment, this class is designed to enhance the function and appearance of the core muscles. You’ll improve posture and strength, reduce the risk of back and other injuries, and help flatten the abdominals. Suitable for all levels and abilities; modifications and advancements will be offered. Be sure to bring a mat, water and towel and dress in comfortable athletic wear. The registration fee is $50.

MON, Jan. 25-Feb. 29, 12 -1 p.m., North Campus, Salisbury, Building 400, Rm 4124

Beginning Yoga (6 weeks)

Please note this is not considered “gentle” yoga. Learn to use the intelligence of your body as a pathway to better health, balance and wholeness in this six-week class that is aimed at all experience levels, from beginner to advanced. Paying attention to the body and following its inner messages, in conjunction with instructor guidance, tailors yoga practice to your individual abilities, conditions and needs. As a result, you will more easily access the body’s innate healing energy as you practice yoga postures in a way that suits you. The class also uses deep relaxation and breathing practices to awaken inner wisdom and bring focus on finding total wellness. The registration fee is $50.

MON, Jan. 25-Feb. 29, 5:30-6:45 p.m., South Campus, Concord, Building 1000, Rm 202

Personal Trainer Exam Prep (3 days)

Interested in becoming a personal trainer? Let us help you “ace” the ACE exam! Join us for an intensive weekend of knowledge, designed to help you prepare for certification as a Personal Trainer through ACE. This hands-on, interactive workshop includes CPR Certification, and will enhance your understanding of key concepts from the ACE Manual. The registration fee is $70.

FRI, SAT & SUN, Feb.19-21, 8 a.m. -4:30 p.m., South Campus, Concord, Building 1000, Rm 202

Group Fitness Instructor Exam Prep (6 weeks)

Kick start your career as a Group Fitness Instructor! Prepare for certification through ACE with us in this “weekend blitz” of focused learning and intense exam preparation. You’ll have fun learning the basics of teaching group exercise, along with the necessary information to help you “ace” the ACE certification exam. This course also includes basic AHA Heart Saver CPR certification! The registration fee is $70.

MON, Mar.14-Apr.18, 6:00-9:00 p.m., South Campus, Concord, Building 3000, Rm 3371

Introduction to Organic Vegetable Production (10 weeks)

This introductory class in organic vegetable production for spring and summer crops will combine lecture and hands-on experience at the Elma C. Lomax Farm in Cabarrus County. Topics will include soil management, crop planning, irrigation, pest management and more.  Upon completion of the class, students will have the information they need to begin growing organic vegetables. The registration fee is $179.

TUES, Mar. 1-May 3, 5:00-8:00 p.m., Elma C. Lomax Farm, 3445 Atando Road, Concord

Sign Language I (7 weeks)

This course introduces the fundamental elements of American Sign Language within a cultural context. Emphasis is placed on the development of basic expressive and receptive skills. Upon completion, students will be able to comprehend and respond with grammatical accuracy to expressive American Sign Language and demonstrate cultural awareness. The registration fee is $70.

TUES & THUR, Jan.19-Mar. 3, 5:15-6:45 p.m., NC Research Campus, Kannapolis, Rowan-Cabarrus Building, Rm 300

Sign Language II (6 weeks)

This course is designed to give the student a basic understanding of sign language and to familiarize the student with deafness and the problems involved. The students will develop the ability to sign understandably and clearly, read sign language well and develop a basic sign language vocabulary. Lecture and hands-on activities are the principal methods of instruction. The registration fee is $70.

TUES & THUR, Mar. 22-Apr. 26, 5:15-7:15 p.m., NC Research Campus, Kannapolis, Rowan-Cabarrus Building, Rm 300

Conversational Spanish I (8 weeks)

Join us as we explore basic vocabulary, common phrases and practical expressions used in everyday situations including work, travel, eating, and shopping. You will have fun and learn a bit of Spanish culture, too. The registration fee is $70.

MON, Jan.11-Feb.29, 6:00-9:00 p.m., South Campus, Concord, Building 3000, Rm 3371

WED, Jan.13-Mar.2, 6:00-9:00 p.m., North Campus, Salisbury, Building 400, Rm 4128

Conversational Spanish 2 (6 weeks)

Come along with us as we continue the journey, encouraging you to speak and listen, using Spanish for self-expression throughout the course. The registration fee is $70.

TUES & THUR, Mar.15-Apr.21, 6:00-8:00 p.m., South Campus, Concord, Building 3000, Rm 3361

WED, Mar.16-May 4, 6:00-9:00 p.m., North Campus, Salisbury, Building 400, Rm 4128

Conversational Spanish 3 (6 weeks)

Presenting topics in conversational Spanish – continue the journey with us, encouraging you to speak and listen, using Spanish for self-expression throughout the course. The registration fee is $70.

TUES & THUR, Jan.12-Feb.18, 6:00-8:00 p.m., South Campus, Concord, Building 3000, Rm 3361

Spanish for the Medical Professional (6 weeks)

If you’ve ever had a patient in pain with a language barrier, then you know how critical it is to be able to communicate! Join us as we explore basic questions, answers and phrases that will help you provide better care as you improve your ability to communicate with your Spanish-speaking patients. The registration fee is $70.

MON, Mar.14-Apr. 18, 6:00-9:00 p.m., South Campus, Concord, Building 3000, Rm 3371

In addition to the courses mentioned above, the College will be hosting the following seminars as part of their healthy living series:

  • Eating for Your Health – 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m., Jan. 15, Rowan County NCSU Cooperative Extension, Salisbury
  • Food Allergies – 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m., Feb.12, Rowan County NCSU Cooperative Extension, Salisbury
  • Fermentation & pHytomins – 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m., Apr. 8, Rowan County NCSU Cooperative Extension, Salisbury
  • Herbalism 101 – 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m., May 13, Rowan County NCSU Cooperative Extension, Salisbury

The registration fee for each seminar is $33.

For more information about Rowan-Cabarrus Community College please visit www.rccc.edu/apply2016 or call 704-216-RCCC (7222). In addition to registering for enrichment classes throughout spring, the College is currently registering students for classes beginning January 11, 2016.

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