Madison Fire Department visits the Rockford Career College Madison Campus

The medical assistant students at Rockford Career College-Madison were able to dive into the medical world this past week.

The Madison Fire Department visited the campus in order to talk to students about what they do and how their job might interact with medical assistants.

Bernadette Galvez, the Community Education Officer, explained that in the medical field, every single day is different from the last. That’s why there are so many vital roles in the healthcare field.

Graduation Ceremony Screen Shot | Rockford Career College
Graduation Ceremony in Rockford, IL | August 20, 2016

On August 20, 2016, RCC Rockford, IL, graduated 142 students! We are so proud of our graduates who showed fierce determination and hard work to accomplish this feat. It was a truly inspiring ceremony with Tracie Buress as the commencement speaker.


Director of Financial Aid | Rockford Career College
La'Zarvius Ferguson Appointed Director of Financial Aid

La'Zarvius Ferguson, MBA has been hired by Rockford Career College as Director of Financial Aid. In his role, he is responsible for managing financial aid operations for the Rockford Career College campuses in Rockford, Minneapolis and Madison, as well as the Media Institute campuses in Minneapolis and Madison.

CNC Robotic Manufacturing Program | Rockford Career College
Rockford Campus Offers New CNC Robotic Manufacturing Program

Rockford Career College, which has been serving Illinois since 1862, is hosting an open house and grand opening to introduce a new program designed to give students a head start in the manufacturing world.

What do Michael Phelps, Gwyneth Paltrow, and our RCC campus president, Mike O’Herron, have in common?

Whether you are a professional sports player, holistic believer, campus president, or just a sore, achy individual, a session of cupping can keep you going.

Online Program
Bringing the Classroom to You – The Beauty of Online Programs

Rockford Career College offers many different programs. Potential students are able to come in and take a tour of the campus to see what sort of hands-on classes we have. However, not everyone has the freedom or ability to balance a schedule between work and school. Having an education is extremely important but so is having money to put food on the table, so striking that balance is difficult.