Richland Community College, located in Decatur, Illinois, is a public, 2-year institution that was founded in 1971 as the Community College of Decatur. The aim of the institution was to provide the citizens in the county an opportunity to receive a higher education. In 1975, the school changed to its present day name and moved to a permanent campus location. Today, the college works offer those in the Richland area and beyond a quality education that is affordable and accessible.
Students come to RCC to earn an associate’s degree, prepare to transfer to a four-year institution, prepare for the GED, earn a certificate, explore a new career, keep job skills current, or take courses that relate to personal interests. The school is made up of the following divisions:
Mathematics, Science & Business
Continuing and Professional Education
Correctional Education Programs
RCC offers programs in an online learning environment awarding degrees and certificates in online and hybrid formats.
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
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