The Summer 2015 schedule of classes is now available. Open Registration begins April 27. Classes start May 26. Register early to get the best selection of classes. View Schedule
The Division of Student Affairs will be closed for an all-day retreat on Friday, 3/27.
There's an exciting new pilot program at the Parham Road Campus bringing a variety of food trucks to the campus for three weeks, offering students, faculty and staff additional on-campus menu options.
Giving blood can save up to three lives...please give at Reynolds!
Come one, come all! Reynolds and Style Weekly are sponsoring a Spring Job Fair which is open to the public and students. Meet with employers, learn about job opportunities, and learn about various "hot" careers in the industry. It is like an interview – dress up, bring your resume and aim to "wow" these employers. The events calendar will include a list of employers 3 to 5 days before the event. View Events Calendar
March 27, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Parham Road Campus, Lipman Auditorium
The Human Service Club is hosting a comedy show to raise money for a charitable organization called HelpHOPElive. This organization is a national nonprofit organization that helps individuals who are facing serious health challenges such as transplants or who are affected by a catastrophic injury or illness. To read more about this organization, go to helphopelive.org. Paula Clarke who has performed at Funny Bone will be our host that night, with DJ CHEF KEV. Tickets are $10.00 at the door. For more information contact Jackie Manley at 523-5083 or email@example.com.
To a packed house, Reynolds Community College recently hosted its 11th annual Science Night in the Lipman Auditorium on the Parham Road Campus. After a welcome and introduction by Professor Karen Neal, Professor Shalini Upadhyaya entered the stage to her favorite song, “Uptown Funk.” During her presentation, “Just in case you need it: An immigrant’s humble request to stay ahead of the game,” Upadyaya gave a brief overview on how she became a professor at Reynolds and then went into detail on how society has become dependent on antibiotics and what it is doing to our health longevity.