SUNY Rockland Community College believes it is part of its mission to reach out to the entire community. As such, it provides services to older Adults.
- Senior Adult Audits allows Seniors over the age of 60 to take credit courses free of charge on a space available basis.
- Institute for Senior Edcuation offers courses during the College's regular semesters at modest prices.
- RCC Senior Citizens' Club is designed to encourage older persons to take advantage of the College's educational and cultural facilities, the Club offers its members stimulating social and intellectual experiences through lectures, cultural presentations and trips to places of interest.
- Retired and Senior Volunteer Program was created to help address community needs by recruiting volunteers 55 and older to lend their time and expertise in community service to non-profit agencies and proprietary nursing homes and in so doing to provide them with meaningful and on-going volunteer opportunities.