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How To Know If RRC Is Right For You

December 6, 2011

If you are checking out various options for post-secondary — whether you are a high school student or someone looking to change direction or update your education, there are a number of things that you can do to learn more about RRC.

  1. Request a Viewbook which includes a listing of all of RRC’s full-time programs, detailing tuition costs, details about the program and short links to our webpage to find out the most up-to-date information about the programs that interest you.
  2. Make an appointment with an Academic Advisor by emailing advisor@rrc.mb.ca.  Talk to an Academic Advisor about the programs you are interested in and they can provide you with information to help you make a decision about what is right for you.
  3. Book a campus tour by going to www.rrc.ca/visitwithus. See Red River College for yourself! Bring family members, friends or your whole class to tour any of our campuses and really get a sense for what it’s like to be a student at RRC.
  4. Contact a Recruiter by going to www.rrc.ca/visitwithus and we would be happen to answer any questions that we can. If we can’t answer your questions, we’ll know who can.
  5. Visit our Open House for the opportunity to see inside RRC labs, meet instructors and get your questions answered. There will be lots of prizes including the opportunity to win a $500 credit towards your tuition! For more details go to www.rrc.ca/openhouse.

Jennifer Powell,
Recruitment Officer