Enroll at RCC for Fall 2017 courses
As you can see, RCC is a school on the move — we’ve got great new facilities, amazing academic programs, inspiring athletics programs, and more. Fall 2017 classes begin on Wednesday, September 6, 2017.
Get in touch
Want to learn more about Financing Options at RCC? Contact: The Office of Financial Aid, Academic Building #2, Room 201. Call 617-541-5322 or email email@example.com…
Interested in becoming a student? You can start the registration process now!
You can get a head start by applying online at www.rcc.mass.edu. Or, you can stop by our Enrollment Center (Building 2, 1st floor), to speak with an enrollment officer at any time.
FINANCE YOUR STUDIES RCC
As Boston residents, you have two special programs to help finance your studies at RCC:
Tuition-free Community College Plan for Boston Public Schools Grads
The Mayor’s Office of Workforce Development, in partnership with Boston Public Schools, has rolled out the Tuition-Free Community College Plan to help BPS grads like you better afford college. The plan will pay for tuition and mandatory fees not covered by a student’s Pell Grant. You may be eligible for this program, if you: graduated from a BPS high school in June 2016 or later, have a HS cumulative GPA of 2.0 or above, are eligible for a Pell Grant (as determined by FAFSA), require no more than three developmental classes by the start of the semester, and are a Boston resident. Funding is also available for DACA students.
The Commonwealth Commitment
New students at Roxbury Community College may be eligible to participate in the Commonwealth Commitment, a program offered through the Massachusetts Department of Higher Education. Student who enroll in this program at RCC and complete their associate’s degree in 2.5 years with a 3.0 GPA are eligible for significant financial benefits upon transferring to a MA state university or UMass campus.
Just Announced: Boston Bridge
The Boston Bridge, offered jointly by the City of Boston and the Massachusetts Department of Higher Education, links the existing Tuition-Free Community College plan and the Commonwealth Commitment. The Boston Bridge allows BPS grads who meet the criteria for each program to earn both an associate’s degree from RCC and a bachelor’s degree from a state university or UMass campus free of charge.
All of these programs have specific criteria for participation. To learn more about these programs, and to get started on the application process, visit http://www.rcc.mass.edu/special-programs