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Register for Fall–Upcoming Info Sessions: Business Degrees and Paralegal Studies

Register for Fall–Upcoming Info Sessions: Business Degrees and Paralegal Studies

RCC Student


DATE: August 4, 2015

CONTACT: Maralin Roffino





Register for Fall – Upcoming Info Sessions: Business Degrees and Paralegal Studies
free info sessions – open to the public

Ramapo- There’s still time to register for this Fall 2015. Come to a free information session and get help applying to start your business or paralegal career with studies at Rockland Community College. Staff from Admissions and Financial Aid will be on hand to answer your questions. Speak with faculty and tour the campus. Info sessions are free and open to the public. Registration is not required but you may sign –up at:

Business Degrees Information Session
Tuesday, August 11
6:00 – 7:30 pm
Technology Center, Ellipse


Paralegal Degrees Information Session
Monday, August 17

5:30 – 6:30 pm
Technology Center – room 8371 (3rd floor)


RCC offers affordable tuition, scholarships, financial aid, small class size and supportive faculty. Career Services facilitates internships for real-world experience. Consider the onsite childcare center, free tutoring, and designation as a military friendly school providing dedicated veterans’ services. RCC provides smooth transfers to continue your education at 4-year colleges, honors programs, and an enriching campus life with more than 40 student clubs and organizations.


Business Degrees
Earn an associate’s degree in four semesters: accounting, business administration, international business, entrepreneurship, marketing, or office technologies. Only two semesters are needed to earn booking/office administration, office technologies, or entrepreneurship certificates.


Paralegal Studies

Programs are approved by the American Bar Association. RCC has a dedicated paralegal staff to assist with internships and job placement for students and graduates. Instructors are professional attorneys or paralegals with many years of experience. Paralegals are not licensed to practice law; they work under the supervision of an attorney.



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