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A Message from Provost Rickards on Grades
As students restart courses online on 3/30, Provost Rickards offers information for students on grading. Most Student Services continue to be available remotely. All College campuses will be closed until further notice.

My name is Natalie Quindlen and I am currently finishing my senior year of high school at GCIT. While attending GCIT, I was able to take a number of college level high school classes that also counted for college credits at RCGC. In addition, I requested early release from my high school so that I could take multiple other college courses in the afternoons and evenings during the school year. I have also taken college courses during the summers before my junior and senior years. When I graduate high school, I will have earned a total of 77 college credits with a 4.0 average. As a result, I am able to start college as a junior which will save me a ton of time and money! 

In the fall, I will be attending the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia. Since USciences has accepted all of my RCGC credits, I will be able to start as a junior in their 6 year Doctor of Occupational Therapy program. This means I will only have to attend for another 4 years and I will have earned my doctorate degree! Taking classes at RCGC has really helped me jump-start my career! I am very grateful to have had this opportunity!