Knowledge that Inspires Innovation

In an increasingly complex world, it’s fundamental for our students to understand and solve the tough challenges of today and tomorrow. Our students are learning the skills needed to succeed in an ever-changing society, such as laboratory skills, computer information technology, automotive technology and science/math skills. You will be equipped with the knowledge and skills to solve complicated problems; gather and evaluate evidence; process information, and adapt to the dynamic and evolving STEM industry.  

Degree and Certificate Programs


automotive technician
National Mean Wage


mechanical engineer
National Mean Wage


Mean, entry-level salary information is sourced from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics calculations from May 2018. Entry-level requirements may include a bachelor’s degree.


environmental scientist
National Mean Wage

Our Students Stand Out

I developed my self-confidence and skills at RCC and was able to help other students do the same. The education I received in and out of the classroom set me up for success after graduation.

Benedicta Obuamah '13

School of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics


We want you to feel supported throughout your experience at RCC. We know that this is a new and exciting time for you, and you might need help figuring it all out. At RCC, you will have a Student Success Team made up of faculty, First Year Seminar(FYS), and Student Success advisors who specialize in the School of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.

During your first semester, you will get to know your faculty, FYS, Student Success advisors at RCC. Our Student Success page has more information about how to prepare to see your Student Success Team.

Current Students:

Admissions Virtual Sessions

Join one of our live Admissions Virtual Sessions to find out more about RCC, the benefits of a community college and how to apply to the College, financial aid, student activities and so much more.

Upcoming Program Info Sessions

  • May 25, 2021 at 5 pm – Math & Computer Science


Dr. Melanie Rie 
[email protected] 

School Office:
Academic I, Room 1103
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Phone: 845-574-4203