Richland Community College is a 2-year community college with a main campus and two extension sites in central Illinois. Richland is home to six academic divisions offering degrees and certificates in over 80 fields of study. For environmentally minded students, the Richland campus features a number of green initiatives including solar panels, a wind turbine, and degree concentrations in Biofuels and Wind Energy. To support the college’s art community, Richland hosts the David Erlanson Art Gallery which displays student, faculty, and professional art for the public.
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RCC is awesome and very accommodating. The staff has your best your interest at heart. They also understand that life is life.
Dawn from Clinton, IL
A building-block school for anyone. Staff members that care about the development of their students. There is diversity in the student body.
Victoria from Decatur, IL
At first I was hesitant about attending a community college, however, RCC proved me wrong. I wouldn't change my decision and I wish they offered the opportunity to achieve a bachelor's degree. The staff and classes are fantastic.
Maddison from Heyworth, IL
RCC staff are pleasant and very informative. The campus is very accessible to all needs. The 'My Richland' website has every aspect of the school at one's fingertips!