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Become an Osprey


We are excited you are considering joining us at Rogue Community College and competing at the college level as a student athlete. You will find college sports more challenging than high school, but that makes it even more rewarding. If you are ready to work hard and win as a scholar and an athlete, we are ready to work with you.

RCC is as great place to get a start on a four-year college degree or earn a certificate that leads to a rewarding career. Our advisors will work with you one-on-one to design the best college experience possible. You will have over 80 certificate programs and several transfer degrees to choose from. Class sizes at RCC are smaller than at a university, averaging around 17 students, and we have a dedicated faculty and staff ready to help you.

Did you know that RCC students who transfer to an Oregon University System school consistently earn higher grade point averages than students from any other Oregon community college? Our transfer students also score higher GPAs than students who start their lower division studies at a university. So RCC is a great place to begin both academics and athletics.

We hope to see you soon.

Darren Van Lehn
Athletic Director

Go Ospreys!


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