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From the President’s Desk

RDC reaches new milestone with the Gary W. Harris Canada Games Centre Let me be the first to say welcome – or welcome back – to Red Deer College! This is a very exciting time at RDC, and we are so pleased that you’re here to experience all that this year will offer. A couple […]

RDC students elect 2018-19 Executive Team

Students at Red Deer College elected the 2018-2019 Students’ Association executive March 22 in its general election. The new executive team is: Chaise Combs, President; Esther Oliva-Dzib, Vice President Academic; Adam Shendaruk, Vice President Operations and Brittany Lessard, Vice President Community & Wellness. Students also elected members of SA Council — Justine Ecker, Kendra Gagne […]

Misconceptions challenged during recent Social Work Student Society event

The Social Work Student Society hosted the Social Work Showcase Event in order to challenge misconceptions that social workers only work in child welfare and to demonstrate the many areas we are involved in. Social workers contribute to social change though ground level work in fields such as financial aid, individual and family counselling, domestic […]

Smash Your Stress Car Smash

Your Students’ Association is proud to bring the Smash Your Stress Car Smash back to RDC for a second year. On April 4 and 5 students can paint a message about what stresses them out on the car. Then on April 6 students can ‘smash their stress’ in a physical way. The car will be […]

Students’ Association pleased degree-granting approved for RDC

The Students’ Association of Red Deer College is pleased the government has approved degree-granting status for Red Deer College. The change means Red Deer College will be able to pursue granting its own degrees, in addition to certificates, diplomas, applied and collaborative degrees and apprenticeship training. “This is a big day for the students of […]

SA Election nomination period closes March 13

Students interested in running for Students’ Association Executive Council or Student Council for 2018-2019 have until March 13 at 4 p.m. to submit their completed nomination package. Four executive positions — President, Vice President Operations, Vice President Academic, and Vice President Community & Wellness — and 12 councillor positions are available to be filled through […]

NSO focus group

Students are invited to take part in a focus group to talk about the student policies that they feel new students should be made aware of at New Student Orientation, and how that information might best provided. The focus group is in response to feedback provided at a January 2018 meeting Alison Jeppesen, Chair of […]

RDC’s bold future as a university

Fifty-four years serving learners and our communities. One hundred programs — and growing — in a variety of disciplines. More than 60,000 alumni. One decision, years in the making. You, our current students, are witness to an exciting decision by the Alberta Government that allows RDC to transition to a university and grant our own […]

Lots to do: scholarships, elections & more

It seems in the blink of an eye the year is almost over, but that’s what happens when you are busy having fun or having fun being busy. Even though we are closing in on the end of the school year, that doesn’t mean things are slowing down. There are scholarships to apply for, elections […]

Challenge continues: Be a blood donor

Hello fellow students! How is the journey going? Have you thrived over the last six months? Or merely survived? Either way, you have made it this far! Well done! You’ve made it to the home stretch and well, you can’t relax quite yet, you can count down the days until Reading Week. Some information to […]