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Randolph Community College

Asheboro, NC

629 Industrial Park Ave, Asheboro, NC 27205

http://www.randolph.edu

Randolph Community College is a two-year community college located in Asheboro, NC. It is accessible to anybody, given its 100% acceptance rate. It has a small student body with 1,064 full-time students enrolled. RCC has 27 distinct majors across eight academic disciplines. The most regularly selected fields are Liberal Arts and Humanities, Business, and Medical Office Management, with 34% of graduates receiving an Associate's in Liberal Arts and Humanities. 6% and 5% of students study Business and Medical Office Management, respectively. It has a high quality film program, ranking 7th in North Carolina. Additionally, RCC placed 5th in North Carolina on our best value 2 year colleges list. For North Carolina-based students, full price tuition costs $2,254 per year. Students residing in other states have to lay out $7,726 per year. It is worth mentioning that a bit above 3/4 of RCC undergraduates get at least some monetary support. 46% of Randolph Community College undergraduates end up graduating, all set to begin their careers. A couple years after college, graduates earn a median income of $21,800. After an additional four years of experience, their average annual wage increases 17% to $25,500; however, that is still 36.4% under the national median income for individuals. Those of you applying may like to be conscious of the fact that RCC does not offer early decision. Additionally, it does not provide a distance education program. Relating to your pocketbook, be aware that the average amount of aid awarded to RCC's undergraduates is $6,361 and the average net price per year is $5,738. Our college experts rated RCC a 7.72 for its party scene and our team of researchers rated RCC an 8.5 for athletics. With regard to campus life, RCC offers a menagerie of clubs and activities. Lastly, six years after receiving their degrees, the lowest-earning quarter of graduates take home $13,200 or less and six years after graduation, the highest-earning quartile of graduates rake in $37,400 or more.

Ratings

7.72

Party Scene

Admissions

100%

Acceptance

SAT Score

-

ACT Score

-

Cost

Net Price:

$6,041/year

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Average Aid Awarded

$6,696/year

Students Recieving Financial Aid

77%

Academics


11:1

Student Faculty Ratio
Graduation Rate

47%

Evening Degree Programs

Yes

Student Faculty Ratio

11:1

Majors

Most Popular Majors

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Graduates by Major


Liberal Arts and Humanities

189

Business

33

Medical Office Management

26

Nursing

23

Early Childhood Education

21

Electrician

20

Criminal Justice and Safety Studies

19

Criminal Justice and Safety Studies

18

Value

In State Tuition
$2,373/year
Out of State Tuition
$8,133/year