Construction begins for new fire science Educational Center

  Rogue Community College and Jackson County Fire District 3 broke ground Aug. 27, 2018 on construction of a 2,700-square-foot Educational Center in White City. The $1 million project is slated to be completed in January. The project represents a partnership between the two entities, which have a long history of successful partnerships. “We are proud to have such a great partnership with RCC, and...
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Ossie participates at the ground-breaking ceremony for the Technical Center

RCC at Work on the Future

Rogue Community College broke ground on the new $4.6 million Career Technical Training Center in White City on January 16.  “Our mission is to provide quality learning experiences that help students achieve their dreams,” RCC President Cathy Kemper-Pelle, Ed.D., said to the gathering of RCC leadership and community, business and education leaders. “And when they do, it supports the economic vitality of the region.”  The...
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What’s Happening with the Bond-Funded Projects?

Rogue Community College is going to work on the first of several projects funded by the $23 million bond approved by voters in 2016. Here is a quick look at the current milestones. High-Tech Center This is a renovation of an 11,800-square-foot building adjacent to the Table Rock Campus, or TRC, in White City. It will be home to several career technical programs including manufacturing,...
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Work has begun

Work has begun on improving facilities at Rogue Community College’s campuses in Grants Pass, Medford and White City. A $23 million bond was approved by voters last spring to use in various projects that included remodeling spaces such as labs and classrooms to meet modern learning needs as well as expand the current facilities and build a training center to house health professions at the...
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bond info by the slice

A Path to the Future

In May 2016 the voters of Jackson and Josephine counties showed their support in passing a $20 million bond for Rogue Community College to finance construction and improvements of facilities. “We are very thankful,” said RCC President Cathy Kemper-Pelle. “We are committed to working with our community partners to make the best use of these funds to better prepare local people for good paying local...
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