At Randolph Community College, the small classes and personal attention give students a better chance to succeed. At four-year schools, it is not uncommon for freshmen to be in classes of 100 or more students. At RCC, professors know students' names and are involved in helping them excel.Randolph Community College̠s facilities are accessible and comfortable, and the College has striven to provide state-of-the-art equipment, computers and software in every department, from automotive technology to computer information systems to photography. And the biggest advantage? Hands-on experience in classrooms, labs and internships that students cannot easily obtain at a larger university.At Randolph Community College, many students plan to complete a one-year certificate or a two-year degree and enter the workforce. Many technical and vocational programs provide graduates with the training to enter fields where highly-skilled workers are in demand and paid just a well as those with a four-year degree.Other students who desire a bachelor̠s degree or plan to go even further with a master̠s degree or a doctorate, can begin their studies in RCC̠s Associate in Arts (College Transfer) program and transfer to a wide choice of colleges and universities. RCC students have transferred to every school in the University of North Carolina system, and many area private universities such as High Point University, Guilford College, Greensboro College, Gardner-Webb University, Pfeiffer University, and more.