Non-Credit / Non-Credit to Credit Microcredentials

Non-Credit / Non-Credit to Credit Microcredentials

Many new collar jobs require a specific suite of skills. There are many ways for you to get ahead in your career. You can start with a set of workshops to enhance your skill set for an entry level position or if you are thinking about a career change.

We provide a unique opportunity for you to earn credit. A series of workshops can earn course credit leading to completion of a microcredential or move your academic career forward to obtain one of over 50 degrees and certificates that the College offers.

We have developed a comprehensive non-credit to credit program for microcredentialing. Our faculty have designed programs for you to earn course credit and skills that will give you a competitive edge.

Step 1: Getting Started Is Easy

If you want to earn a microcredential only, complete the Student Data Form. Search for the course(s) required (select term and then search for desired classes) and input under Course Information on the Student Data Form. (Students may register for more than one course if pre-requisites are met.)

If you plan to earn a degree or certificate and a microcredential and have not applied to the College, apply here. See the Web Registration Instructions to register for classes.

If you are a current or continuing student, you can register for courses in Self Service Banner in your myRCC portal. See the Web Registration Instructions to learn how to search and register for classes in Self-Service Banner.

Refer to the tuition and course fees page to determine the cost of your courses.

Step 2: Complete the Microcredential and Skills Badge Intent Form

Complete the Intent Form and select the microcredential and/or skills badge(s) you intend to complete. This information will be used to verify attainment of the microcredential and skills badges after completion of the requirements listed on the microcredential.

Step 3: Complete the Microcredential Verification Form

Upon completion of the required courses for the microcredential or a skills badge, complete the Microcredential Verification Form

Microcredentials open the door to earn one of our degrees or certificates. Students may utilize the courses passed in a microcredential toward a degree program pending the courses apply to the degree program selected.

Check back soon for courses.