There’s still time to earn additional credits this semester. New class sessions begin on October 21: 8-week and 4-week sessions. View Class Schedule
If you are a student who wants to be challenged and inspired, consider applying to the Reynolds Honor Program. Benefits include honors certification on diploma, smaller class sizes, access to additional scholarship funds, and much more. Application deadline for spring semester admission is October 19. All Honors classes will begin January 2016. More information
Need help getting around Reynolds campuses? Check out the interactive campus maps online for each campus to help you find your way around.
Tickets on sale NOW in Business Offices
Game Date: November 15
Student Life is hosting a bus trip to watch the Washington Redskins take on the Saints. Student tickets are $40 and faculty, staff and guest tickets are $55. Students, faculty and staff may only purchase 1 guest ticket. Everyone must ride the bus to the stadium and back. Seats are located on the 100 and 200 level. Tickets will go fast so don’t delay! Here are the trip guidelines and information.
October 9, 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Downtown Campus, Room 250
October 23, 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Parham Road Campus, Georgiadis Hall, the Gallery
Around the World through Movies presents "Pride", a movie which details the unlikely friendship between a small community of striking miners in Wales and a group of London-based gay and lesbian activists who raise funds to feed their families. With no end to the strike in sight, the urban activists venture into the countryside to deliver their donation in person, and find they have more in common with the people of this struggling community than anyone on either side could have expected. Watch the movie, enjoy some light refreshments and take part in the post-movie discussion. This event is free and open to the public. Read More
October 15, 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Massey LTC, Lipman Auditorium
The Reynolds School of Math, Science, and Engineering is hosting an Open House and Oxford Style debate October 15 from 5 to 7 p.m. in the Massey Library Technology Center’s Lipman Auditorium on the Parham Road Campus. Come to hear a lively debate on the safety of genetically modified foods (GMOs), meet your science and math faculty, and learn more about exciting STEM majors. Stay for a mystifying magic show, free paper shredding, light refreshments and more! See the flyer.
Article from Richmond Family Magazine - When Victor Aguirre considered his future, he knew that community college would be his stepping stone to a four-year degree.
"I really wanted to help out my parents both financially and physically," he said.
After graduating from Douglas Freeman High School in 2013, Aguirre decided to attend Reynolds so he could stay home and help his father with his landscape business. The thousands he is saving in tuition will also go a long way in helping support his younger sister when she enters college in a few years. Read More