Essential Resources

Essential Resources

CampusClear App | We Care FundEmergency Fund | Emergency & Crisis Resources Important DatesContact Information
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The College has announced their SUNY Certified Reopening Plan for Fall 2020. More than 90% of instruction will remain remote. For details, visit:

This webpage is designed to provide students, faculty, and staff with essential resources as we continue in a mostly technology-assisted learning environment and with distance work for most offices. The College is committed to providing necessary support.

For coronavirus updates and guidance, go to

CampusClear App

The College has put mobile technology in place to provide reassurance that students, faculty and staff are ready to return, allowing for self-reporting of temperature, symptoms, and virus exposure risks.

The campus community will use the CampusClear app for the self-monitoring process. Students, faculty and staff who will physically attend classes or work on campus will respond to basic questions listed on the CampusClear app to allow for easy response to daily self-screenings. Any visitors to campus will also be required to use the app.

Learn more about the app and where to download

Resources for Faculty

For a listing of technology resources for faculty, visit the Faculty Technology Resources section of the portal. You will need to log into the portal to access the section.

The We Care Fund at RCC

Rockland Community College has created the We Care Fund to support its students during the coronavirus pandemic and mitigate disruption to their studies. Funding is available through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act Higher Education Emergency Relief Funding.

View the CARES Act reporting page.

The Emergency Fund at RCC

In the wake of COVID-19, the Emergency Fund provides RCC students who are experiencing undue hardship with aid that resolves their immediate need and allows them to continue their studies and graduate.

Emergency & Crisis Resources

The Connection Center is dedicated to providing non-academic support to students and their families, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Center has compiled this list of county, state and national resources that offer support.

Important Dates

    • Library
      The Library plans to be open the following days and hours for the spring semester, unless demand requires otherwise:

      • Monday-Thursday: 9 am – 8 pm
      • Friday: 9 am – 5 pm
      • Saturday: closed
      • Sunday: 10 am – 3 pm
    • Bookstore
      Mondays through Thursdays, 10 am – 4 pmNo more than 10 shoppers will be allowed in the store at one time. Masks/face coverings are required and social distancing practices will be enforced.
    • The Campus Fun & Learn Center reopened September 1. Please feel free to email [email protected] with any questions or concerns. Updates regarding COVID-19 and any closings can be found on their Facebook page.
  • Until Further Notice
    The College will remain open but will operate with as few employees physically on campus as possible (these employees have been notified already) while continuing operations and business to serve our students. Human Resources will continue to communicate with staff on any changes to this current status. The following areas will be closed during this time:

    • Cafeteria
    • Hawks Nest
    • Food Cupboard
    • Holocaust Museum & Center for Tolerance and Education
  • Until further notice
    The bus stop at the Cultural Arts Center will be relocated to the East Parking lot across College Road

Contact Information

Staff will be answering phone messages and emails during regular business hours to assist you and continue operations during this time.

Department Phone Number Email Address
Academic Success Centers 845-574-4503 [email protected]
Accessibility Services 845-574-4541 [email protected]
Admissions 845-574-4224 [email protected]
Connection Center 845-574-4414 [email protected]
Financial Aid 845-574-4282 [email protected]
Information Technology Services
Help Desk
International Student Services 845-574-4527 [email protected]
Online Education 845-574-4713 [email protected]
Public Safety 845-574-4217/4238 [email protected]
Records 845-574-4328 [email protected]
School of Arts & Humanities
Stephen Burke, Dean
845-574-4341 [email protected]
School of Business & Professional Studies
Dr. George Repic, Dean
845-574-4330 [email protected]
School of Education & Social Sciences
Dr. Beatrice Bridglall, Dean
845-574-4735 [email protected]
School of Nursing, Health & Wellness
Dr. Kathy Hopkins, Dean
845-574-4540 [email protected]
School of Science, Technology, Engineering & Math
Dr. Melanie Rie, Dean
845-574-4190 [email protected]
Student Accounts 845-574-4254 [email protected]
Student Success 845-574-4427 [email protected]

Rockland Community College’s NY Small Business Development Center (NYSBDC)

The NYSBDC provides small business owners and entrepreneurs in New York with the highest quality, confidential business counseling, training, and business research at no cost. The SBDC works with real people and real businesses. For more than 30 years, its assistance has helped people achieve real success. Visit RCC’s SBDC page to learn more about the coronavirus response and how the SBDC is helping small businesses in the community.