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RVC Professor Awarded Grant to Preserve Rockford Education Desegregation Stories

Dr. Mathew Oakes has been awarded a National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Grant for a two-year oral history, archival, and instructional project on the legal and community history of desegregation and education in Rockford. The $60,000 grant will fund his project, “Chronicles of Change: Archiving Stories of Desegregation in Rockford Public Schools, 1989-2002.”

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Congrats RVC Marketing Team

Congratulations to RVC's Communications & Marketing team. They were recognized at the National Council of Marketing and Public Relations District 3 (Midwest region) Annual Fall Conference with a Silver Medallion Award for their video/commercial Follow Your Dreams at RVC.


15 Consecutive Years Of Excellence In Financial Reporting For RVC

Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) has awarded the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting to Rock Valley College for its annual comprehensive financial report for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021.


2022 RVC Banned Book Week

RVC's Estelle M. Black Library (located in the Educational Resource Center) will proudly display banned books as well as an interactive poster display. Are you unsure of what books have been banned? The RVC Library has you covered! They will have lists available.


RVC Alumni Julia Moore Returns As Adjunct

A lucrative film career in LA couldn’t keep Julia Moore away from her love of teaching and mentoring students here at Rock Valley College. The first-year adjunct professor in Mass Communications is thrilled to be part of a program that truly prepares students for the real world.


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