Academic Advising

Phi Theta Kappa is the largest international honor society for two-year colleges recognizing and encouraging scholarship, leadership, service and fellowship in two-year college students. Invitations for membership are extended to Associate degree students who have accumulated 12 credit hours at RVCC, have achieved a 3.5 cumulative Grade Point Average and have demonstrated leadership and service. The River Valley Community College chapter is Alpha Delta Chi.

The College is committed to providing an experience that educates and supports students in and out of the classroom. Building networks and resources along with co-curricular programs and activities help meet this student-centered mission. A conscientious effort is made to know students as individuals and to serve their interests and needs accordingly. All student activities and clubs are accessible through the Office of Academic & Student Affairs.

The Student Handbook describes student related policies and programs. Students are expected to be informed about the policies published in this catalog and in the Student Handbook, as well as subsequent policies and information that may be published or posted during the school year. Policies of the College may, and often do, change since the College must maintain flexibility to serve its students. It is the responsibility of the student to read and understand College policies.