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Campus Revitalization

Campus Revitalization

Re-Envisioning the Rockland Community College Campus


Serving over 7,000 full and part-time students from all walks of life and backgrounds, RCC is all about community. From its humble beginnings in 1959, in an alms house situated on just over 26 acres, RCC has grown into a campus of over 175 pastoral acres and now includes the Eugene Levy Fieldhouse with its 90,000 square-ft. arena and the Cultural Arts Center complete with a 500-seat theater.

Since opening in 1959, the campus of RCC expanded tremendously, offering access and opportunity to hundreds of thousands of people. And now, looking years into the future, we again embark on a capital improvement project that will transform and reinvigorate the campus of RCC for generations to come, but only with the help of alumni, community leaders, and individual donors…people like you. Click here to be part of the new RCC Campus.

Current Capital Initiatives

Outdoor Performance Space

A formal outdoor performance venue that will enhance the artistic flavor and vitality of Rockland County.  Audiences far and wide will experience both classic and contemporary performances in the new space.

Find out more at: Outdoor Performance Space


The Atrium Art Space

A gallery space for the display of student and faculty art work, as well as curated shows and collections on loan

Atrium Art Space

  • 6,500 sq. ft. of display space
  • State of the Art lighting system
  • Environmentally controlled display cases
  • Student gallery area
  • New restroom facilities
  • Projected cost $425,000

Herbert Kurz Automotive Technology Center

The new home of the Automotive Technology Program

Automotive Technology Center

  • 27,304 sq. ft. of instructional space
  • 10 working garage bays with hydraulic lifts
  • 5 classrooms
  • 1 general tech lab
  • Student commons and admin offices
  • Projected cost $2,700,000

Multimedia Center

A state-of-the art multimedia production facility capable of hosting live video and audio broadcasts, as well as serving as the home of the Multimedia Arts Program.

Multimedia Center

  • 2,000 sq. ft. video/audio recording studio
    • TriCaster® video control systems
    • Behringer studio lighting system
    • Soundcraft mixing system
  • 2 classrooms and 1 computer lab
  • Student commons and admin offices
  • Projected cost $4,200,000


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