Information for School Counselors
Reading Area Community College appreciates our school counselors and the work that you do. Your time is valuable. What you need to know about RACC to help your students is now in one place.
Early College Programs Available to your Students while in High School
RACC has partnered with area high schools to offer college credit for college-level courses students take at their high school. Dual Enrollment course are taught by approved teachers during the regular school day.
Early Admission is for high school students who are academically ready for college and want to take college courses on campus or online.
Teacher and Technical Academy
Both academies provide students an early start on their associate degree while at the Career & Technology Center (CTC) in selective programs.
Have questions about Early College Programs?
College and Career Planning with your Seniors
For your SENIORS interested in applying to RACC and earning an associate degree:
What do your students need to know about placement testing:
Academic Programs and Pathways
Career Training Programs
Don't forget about our Career Training Programs that provide non-credit certificate training in as little as six weeks to six months and are designed to prepare adults for entry or re-entry into the job market.
Financial Aid and Scholarships
The Financial Aid Office staff can help students find options to meet their educational costs. There are also scholarships available through the Reading Area Community College Foundation.
RACC's goal is to see all students reach their maximum potential for educational and personal growth. To reach that goal, the college offers several support programs and other services.: Student Services
Have questions or need help?
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Other questions your students may have.
I have taken classes with RACC and want to request a transcript to transfer the credit.
- How seniors request a RACC transcript: Transcript Request
How can I explore careers with RACC?
RACC offers career ready experiences in Health Professions, Human Services and Education, Business, and STEM for our K12 partners. Students can navigate pathways by viewing videos of business and industry leaders in our community, as well as viewing RACC faculty instructional videos.