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Rockland Community College organizes various events on and off campus for International Students such as:

International Students Orientation

Thanksgiving Dinner for International Students

Newsletter for International Students

Trips to New York City, Washington D.C., Canada

Trips to Broadway Shows


The Honors Programs at Rockland Community College is designed for students seeking an academic challenge in Higher Education. The fast-paced, rigorous course work required is designed to put you ahead of other college students, save you money, and position you to transfer a selective college or university with junior status.

Sam Draper Mentor/Talented Students Honors Program (M/TS)

For students who have earned an 1100 or higher on the SAT and a 90% or better average in high school, and who plan to transfer to a selective four-year college, Rockland Community College's Mentor/ Talented Honors Program (M/TS) may be ideal. Each M/TS student works closely with a mentor, who acts as an academic advisor, then actively assists in the transfer to a selective four-year college or university.

Management Development Program (MgD)

Talented students aiming for a career in accounting, management, finance, marketing, or computer science, may find the Management Development Program to be just right. Students with a high school average in the upper 80's and a strong background in Mathematics and English may qualify.

Clubs and Organizations

Join one of these student clubs or organizations or create your own and get involved!

African Club

Alpha Beta Gamma

Amnesty International

Art Club

Air, Water, Earth, Environmental Club

Biology Club

Chess Club

Campus Players

Career/Transfer Club

Caribbean Club

Christian Fellowship

Desi Club

Economics Club

Engineering Club

Habitat for Humanity

Haitian Club

Hillel Club

Hospitality Club

Impulse Literary Magazine

Karate Club

LUNA: Latino/Hispanic Organization

Math Club

Muslim Club

Occupational Therapy Association

Out and About:Gay and Straight Alliance

Outlook Student Press

Political Science Association

SIGMA CHI ETA: Speech Honors

Speech & Debate Team

STARS Returning Adult Club

Student Ambassadors

Student for a free Tibet

Student Nurses Association

SUNY College Democrats

Youth for Opera

Youth for Christ

You can create your own club. Clubs that have been active in the past include Asian Club, Film Club, History Club, Model UN, The Young Republicans, Philosophy Club, and the Italian American Club.


The office of International Student Services organizes orientations for new coming International Students. Orientation is twice a year, before fall semester and spring semester.


At last count, graduates of Rockland Community College's programs had enrolled at more than 360 four-year colleges and universities in the United States, Canada, and overseas. Our graduates have been admitted to Yale, Cornell, Amherst, Columbia, Cal Tech, Fordham, NYU, Wesleyan, Georgetown, Brandeis, UCLA, Parson School of Design, Tech University of Pennsylvania, and all of the four-year State University of New York colleges. After earning their bachelor's degree, many Rockland Community College graduates go on to the nation's top graduate, law, and medical schools.

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