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#BlackLivesMatter: Campus Resources

Self Care & Black Resilience

Campus Resources

Campus Resources

Counseling & Student Services

Our Behavioral Health Services Counselors provide free and confidential counseling services for current RTC students.


Campus Life

The ASG is the representative voice of the RTC Student Body. ASG members are responsible for representing student interests to the college administration and for facilitating the organization of a broad range of student committees that work to address issues and concerns and promote services that enhance students' experience at RTC.
 
Women of Merit
Women of Merit is a group for self-identified women of color to gather and support one another at RTC.
 
The Men of Merit Association is a brotherhood of development for men of color at RTC. Meet all supporters of the Men of Merit! We will build community, eat, network, and learn from each other.

Faculty & Staff Resources

Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Confidential professional counseling services to assist faculty & staff, and their family members through a period of personal difficulty. The service is paid for by RTC as an employee benefit.

Faculty & Staff Association

The Faculty & Staff of Color Network was created to provide a forum for networking, support, and mentorship for employees who identify as a person of color. This group meets during the academic year for professional development and informal networking.

Current or new employees to the college who are interested in joining the group, please email us at fscn@rtc.edu or stop in to say hi during one of our events.