The Alliance provides all RVCC students with an inclusive, safe and supportive space for social activities, networking, and event planning. The Alliance is committed to encouraging diversity and awareness of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, and ally (LGBTQA) issues on campus.
Black Students Association (BSA)
The function of this organization is to coordinate creative and relevant programs to help educate the college community about the diversity of African culture. It serves to facilitate the conversation of the differences, goals, and ideas of all students interested in learning about the “Black Experience.”
Brothers Helping Brothers
The Brothers Helping Brothers Program works to develop success strategies that support African American and Hispanic males attending RVCC. The goals are to increase minority retention and graduates attending RVCC.
Filipino Pride Engagement Awareness & Cultural Empowerment (P.E.A.C.E.) Club
To promote awareness of the Filipino heritage through educational and cultural resources.
Encourages campus-wide appreciation for students of diverse cultural backgrounds, their contributions and history.
Orgullo Latino/Latin Pride Club
Encourages campus-wide appreciation of Hispanic Americans and their contributions and history. Provides outreach programs to local high school students to seek out post-secondary education.
Sister to Sister Network
The Sister-to-Sister Program is an initiative to offer support to RVCC’s female students from underrepresented groups, particularly African American and Hispanic. Students and female administrators engage in dialogue as a way of beginning conversations about many topics which affect the student’s ability to be successful. Sister-to-Sister links students to experienced women in a “safe space” to talk about life at RVCC, with an emphasis on instruction and course selection.
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