You’ll be spending a lot of time at the College,so we want it to be as comfortable as possible. That’s why both our main campuses offer a full range of services. Almost anything you need is within walking distance of your classroom.
Take a look at our 2012-13 Student Handbook below for information on student services, financial aid and College policies or view the PDF.
Campus dining is designed to satisfy all appetites, tastes and dietary requirements. The Notre Dame Campus features several dining options including the Buffalo Cafeteria and Voyageur Dining Room. Snacks and sandwiches are available at kiosks throughout the Campus, including Tim Hortons coffee and baked goods.
At the The Roblin Centre in the Exchange District Campus, you can satisfy your caffeine and cruller cravings all day at our full-service Tim Hortons restaurant, or check out the selection of pizza and other goodies at the snack kiosk. Exchange District Campus is also surrounded by some of Winnipeg’s best cafés, ethnic restaurants and street vendors,
The Paterson GlobalFoods Institute at the Exchange District Campus is home to our Hospitality and Culinary Arts students. They run an urban upscale restaurant called Jane’s and a public cafeteria called the Culinary Exchange.
Whether you’re getting pumped up for an exam, working off some excess energy, or building a hard body, RRC offers fitness facilities at both the Notre Dame Campus and The Roblin Centre in the Exchange District Campus.
Cardio and weight equipment and shower facilities are available to students and alumni with a valid card. If you don’t feel like pumping iron, then take in a cardio or yoga class, or hit the playing fields and running paths surrounding the NDC.
RRC’s libraries offer everything you need for optimum studying. Current students and alumni have access to our entire catalogue of books, online databases, and computer labs. A reciprocal offer with the U of Manitoba and U of Winnipeg means students can also access all materials from both of those schools. Media services are available at RRC, offering 2,000 pieces of audiovisual equipment and 5,000 audiovisual titles.
Students, staff and visitors attending Red River College and requiring parking between 6:00 am and 6:00 pm Monday to Friday must purchase a monthly/annual parking permit, or an hourly/daily pass at one of the dispensers indicated on the map.
Student parking for the Notre Dame and HETC Campuses is sold on a first-come, first-served basis at the Student Service Centres, Notre Dame Campus Room D101 and The Roblin Centre Room P104.
Depending on the availability, students have the choice of power or non-power parking. Parking is assigned by area in student designated lots on a scramble basis.
Click link for more info: Parking Services.
Light chat…deep discussions…friendly ears. Our chaplains are available three days a week to talk about anything and everything. Spiritual or secular, they’re always willing to listen.
The Students’ Association is there to serve, protect and advocate for student interests. The SA provides many services including; Health+Dental plan, club activities, The Projector student newspaper, Dayplanner, Career Fair, Grade Appeal assistance, Pizza Wednesday, Student Store The OX and Mercantile, Scholarships and a Student Food Bank to name a few. We also offer stress release activities including; Keggers, Disorientation+Meltdown week events, trips, Xbox, Pool Tables, Satellite TV, Movie Tuesday in the Cave and many more. Stop by the SA offices CM20 or P110 or check out our website www.rrcsa.ca and find out more.”
Our Health Services Centres are staffed by professional nurses who can respond to emergency medical situations, provide healthy lifestyle counselling and help you avoid illness or get back on your feet (and into class) as soon as possible.
We take a proactive approach to maintaining a safe and secure environment for all. RRC’s Security Services provides 24-hour on campus patrols, Safewalk escorts for students walking alone at night, emergency call boxes located throughout campus, and safety education.
Getting started on your future can be exciting, but it’s also a very busy time. Don’t worry. RRC is committed to your academic and personal success. That’s why we provide valuable support services to assist you in working through concerns that might impact your success at the College.
Applications are now available for single and double furnished dorm rooms in RRC’s brand-new residence located inside the Paterson GlobalFoods Institute at the Exchange District Campus.
With convenient meal plans, rental contracts that synch with the academic schedule and a great central location, RRC’s residence is sure to be a popular living option for students who enjoy an urban lifestyle.
Dorm rates for the Winter 2013 term (January 2, 2013 – April 26, 2013) are $3,660.
For more information and instructions on how to apply, visit www.rrc.ca/campusliving.