Academic Calendar
General Information
General Information

Summer 2017 Semester

May 22, 2017-April 25, 2016

Campus Map
Campus Map
Campus Events
Spring Open House
Open House

Spring Open House

April 8, 2017

Members of the community are invited to attend an Open House at Raritan Valley Community College on Saturday, April 8, from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The event, designed for prospective students and their families, will be held in the Conference Center at the College’s Branchburg campus.

Apr
08
Spring Open House

Conference Center

Star & Laser Shows
Planetarium

Star & Laser Shows

April 8, 2017

3:00PM The Little Star That Could

Apr
08
Star & Laser Shows

Planetarium

Health and Sustainability Seminar
Special Event

Health and Sustainability Seminar

April 17, 2017

"Sustainability and Health: What's the Connection?" Keynote Science Seminar by EPA Region 2 Educator Becky Ofrane, reserved parking in Lot 1, lunch provided. Contact Susan.Dorward@raritanval.edu for more information.

Apr
17
Health and Sustainability Sem

Conference Center

Butterfly Garden
Academics

Butterfly Garden

April 18, 2017

An Earth Week event: "Planning a Native Butterfly Garden" presented by Naturalist Rich Hoffman from Somerset County Park Commission Environmental Education Center. Contact Susan.Dorward@raritanval.edu for more information.

Apr
18
Butterfly Garden

Evelyn S. Field Library

Conference: Beyond Reconciliation
Special Event

Conference: Beyond Reconciliation

April 21, 2017

Registration required. Click here to register. (Students, see Student Life for free registration.)

Apr
21
Conference: Beyond Reconcilia

Conference Center

Important Phone Numbers
Admissions

908-526-1200

Financial Aid

908-526-1200 x8273

Career Training

908-218-8871

Theatre Box Office

908-725-3420

Planetarium

908-231-8805

Security

908-231-8800

Fall 2016 Enrollment
Fall 2015 Transfers
  • 59%
    Part-time students
  • 41%
    Full-time students
Fall 2016 Enrollment
  • 54%
    21 years and over
  • 46%
    under 21 years old
Fall 2016
Fall 2015 Transfers
  • 70% of students
    enrolled in programs
    designed to transfer
    to four-year colleges
  • 30% of students
    enrolled in programs
    designed for direct
    employment
Fall 2016
  • 100% of Full-time
    Faculty have a master's degree
    in their field
  • 43% of Full-time
    Faculty hold doctorate degrees