RRC takes a practical approach to education. We believe your learning curve will accelerate when you are exposed to field experiences in congregational work, Jewish education, chaplaincy, campus and community service organizations and the like. Read more…
You and your partner and children are eligible to participate in a College-administered health plan. Information is available by contacting the vice president of administration.
As an incoming student, you are assigned a faculty advisor who will meet with you at least three times in your first year, addressing academic evaluations, credit and elective requirements, plans for job placement, equivalency programs and any personal issues you would like to discuss. In subsequent years, you choose your advisor from among designated faculty and staff.
Rabbi Amber Powers, '02, the assistant vice president for enrollment and rabbinic formation is available to help you with a variety of services relating to academic questions, housing, student life, spiritual counseling, health insurance and other issues.