Roxbury Community College – Your Future is our Focus
New construction at Roxbury Community College (RCC) is now complete; our new, state-of-the-art facilities now match the long-standing quality of our academic programs. The College recently completed $72.5 million in renovations; and, our fully-renovated Media Arts Center, new Student Commons, Library, Learning Center, STEM labs and Health Sciences Building are renovated and fully-open for the fall 2018 semester.
While RCC’s facilities are new, what makes us great hasn’t changed.
Roxbury Community College (RCC) is a diverse, forward-thinking, student-centered and inclusive community college, located in the heart of Boston. We’re steps away from Mission Hill and Dudley Square, and minutes away from Fenway and the Longwood Medical Area. There’s no better place to study and learn than RCC.
At RCC, our faculty and staff are committed to your success. Our small class sizes guarantee that your teachers will have the time needed to provide you with personalized support and guidance. Our faculty regularly meets with students outside of the classroom, to provide both personal and academic advice. We have programs and offices dedicated to providing you with support on personal matters so that you never feel alone. You’re more than just a number at RCC: you’re an important and valuable part of our community.
We have numerous student organizations that regularly plan events, including the International Multicultural Club, the Galileo Science Club, the Video/Technology Club, the Muslim Student Association, and many more. Our Student Government Association (SGA) regularly holds events, as does the Phi Theta Kappa honor society. There’s also a full calendar of events at the Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center and the Media Arts Center.
Ready to become a part of our dynamic community? Visit One-Stop Open Registration:
August 20, 2018 – September 5, 2018
College, Building 3,
1234 Columbus Ave., Roxbury Crossing MA, 02120
You can get a head start by applying, online at
Center for Workforce
Development’s Office of Corporate & Professional Education
Are you ready to start a new career or grow professionally, but interested in a short-term or certificate program? Our Center for Workforce Development is an excellent place to start!
Our Corporate & Professional Education Office is located in the new Health Sciences Building; and, we’re offering a full suite of Health Sciences training programs, to meet Boston employers’ constant demand for highly qualified specialists.
Our training programs will help you get a job and advance your career. We schedule short-term training courses during the day and evening hours, and on weekends, so you can attend on a schedule that is convenient for you.
If you are looking to upgrade your skills, improve your marketability or increase your income potential, let us provide the training and education you need!
Featured Fall 2018 Programs:
Pharmacy Technician Program: Offered through our partnership with CVS Health
This 270-hour program includes a 150-hour internship at CVS Health! Graduates are prepared to take the National Pharmacy Training Certification (PTCB) exam. Evening classes begin on September 10, 2018, and daytime classes start on September 18, 2018.
Clinical Medical Assistant Program: Join this program to prepare yourself to join the healthcare sector in a clinical environment. Clinical medical assistants are called on to assist with the administration of medications, to perform minor procedures, to obtain lab specimens, and more. Classes start on October 2, 2018.
In addition to the courses listed above, we’re offering courses that lead to employment as EKG technicians, home health aides, veterinarian assistants, and more.
To learn more about these classes or to fill out the pre-registration form, visit www.rcc.mass.edu/cpe.
Lifelong Learning at RCC
We believe it’s never too early or late to reinvent yourself or learn new skills. Our Lifelong Learning courses offer something for everyone, whether you’re 6 or 76! Lifelong Learning provides a variety of non-credit programming from Spanish and grant writing, to starting your own business and real estate pre-licensing, to HiSET/GED and ESOL classes. We even offer “Kids to College” programming, along with free seminars and events open to the community. Invest in yourself with our high-quality programs that cater to learners of all ages and backgrounds.
Explore and register for one of our Lifelong Learning courses today by visiting www.rcc.mass.edu/LL.