TRio: Prouder students with resources to success

Marisa Caban Chief Photographer — TRiO is the academic support system for students who are first generation college students, disabled or have low income. They offer tutoring, mentoring, campus tours of four-year colleges and more for students who qualify. It’s a personalized experience at TRiO. Their office is next door to the TRiO lab on […]

Workshop gives tips to prevent suicide

Rachel George Volunteer Reporter–   Dr. Joanne Stafford, director of student services and student outreach, hosted a workshop on all things suicide prevention on Sept. 11. The workshop was to raise awareness about suicide in today’s population, especially in the younger generations. Suicide is the second leading cause of death among Oklahoma’s youth. In 2011, […]

Bond election to bring needed campus changes

  Dennis Gosnell Assistant Editor   RSC administrators are seeking improvements to the college through the Campus Advancement Plan, or CAP for short. When students visit the LRC they will have noticed that the offices for the Testing Center, Students with Disabilities, and the Student Tutoring are crammed into a small section of the building. […]

Student Services promotes PLATO

By: Logan Pierce, editor-in-chief Students in need of academic assistance have various services available to them on campus. Some are less well known than others. While virtually all computer labs on campus offer the same programs and features, only two of those computers have a unique study package known as PLATO Learning. PLATO is available […]