Student Involvement

Student Involvement

Get involved!

To cater to the interests of our diverse student body, Student Involvement offers exciting opportunities to meet new friends, gain valuable career expertise and explore different cultures. Through a variety of programs, services and activities, Student Involvement works to create a healthy and involved campus community while providing students an opportunity to broaden their horizons outside of the classroom. Stop by Student Involvement and see how you can become involved at RCC.

Persons with disabilities who need special accommodations for programs and services provided by Student Involvement are encouraged to contact Accessibility Services.

What do we offer?

We are here to help students get involved in campus life through leadership, clubs and other activities.

Virtual Club Fest

Our Virtual Club Fest is live and online. Here you will be able to view the various clubs & organizations that will be active this semester. Check back often as other clubs will be added. Also, if you have an idea for a club and do not see one that is similar, reach out to Michael Albin to talk about starting a new club!

Check out our Virtual Club Fest!

Contact Michael Albin ( [email protected]) for more information.

Student Programs offered:

  • Co-curricular Transcript enables students to receive an official document that lists their learning experiences beyond the classroom.
  • Student Handbook is a free, valuable resource that includes important information such as Student Rights and Responsibilities and the Student Code of Conduct. It also serves as a calendar for the academic year to assist students in practicing good time management skills.
  • Evening Star offers information about campus resources and upcoming events, outreach and light snacks to evening students. It takes place on the Bridge between Academic I and II from 5:30pm – 7:30 pm on alternating weekdays.
  • Volunteer Service gives students an opportunity to volunteer within the community at a variety of non-profit organizations. Volunteering gives students a sense of community awareness and an understanding of responsible citizenship in our diverse community.
  • Free Legal Information gives students the opportunity to meet with a local attorney to discuss legal issues ranging from immigration to traffic tickets to domestic violence. The attorney is available during the day or evening by appointment through Student Involvement.
  • Religious Life includes the Center for Jewish Life/Hillel, the Center for Christian Life and the Center for Muslim Life serve students of other faiths. Representatives of these faiths offer guidance, leadership and programs for students. Student lounges are available for various groups to meet and mingle.
  • Collegiate Readership provides students with free newspapers, including the New York Times, USA Today, and Journal News. Newspapers are available on the second floor of the Student Union, the Bridge between Academic I and II, and the first floor of Academic I.

For more information on our programs contact Student Involvement or visit our myRCC Student Involvement page.