Registration Now Open for RCC Winter and Spring Sessions


Registration is now open for classes in the Wintersession and Spring semester at Rockland Community College.

The Wintersession runs from January 3 through 21, 2022. Students can earn up to 4 credits in just three weeks, allowing them to lighten their spring course load, retake a class or to graduate early. All classes are online. Classes are offered in a range of subject areas, for example, Art & The Environment, Intro to the Human Body, Intro to Business, Business Law, History of Cinema, Sitcoms that Changed America, Microeconomics, Cardio Fit, Principles of Finance, Intro to Astronomy, and many more. Students who attend other colleges during the year are eligible to take winter classes at RCC and are encouraged to talk to their home institution to determine credit transfer options before registering. For more information, visit:

The Spring Semester runs from January 22 through May 16, 2022. Classes are being offered in a variety of both in-person and virtual courses so students can build the schedule that best fits their lifestyle. To take in-person classes, students will need to submit proof of COVID vaccination or have an approved exemption before registering. Visit for more detailed information. For more information, visit:

About Rockland Community College, State University of New York

Rockland Community College, State University of New York, offers a safe, supportive learning environment for thousands of students from diverse backgrounds who appreciate small class sizes and personal attention from a distinguished, award-winning faculty that includes Fulbright scholars and SUNY Distinguished Professors. Thanks to the school’s affordable tuition, students who begin their career journey at RCC and then transfer to a four-year college can save up to $100,000 on their education. RCC is also proud to provide career training and professional development to adult learners looking to change careers or upgrade their skills through its new Career Skills Academy. More information can be found at

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