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NRCC Student Activities Announcements January 21-25

“The NRCC Week At A Glance”
January 21 - 25

Special Events/Reminders This Week

• Monday, January 21 – Martin Luther King Day, No Classes, College Closed

• Tuesday, January 22 - First Day of Class (Spring Semester)

• Jefferson College of Health Sciences, Information Table – Thursday, January 24 - Stop by and speak with a transfer advisor for information concerning transfer options & opportunities.

9:00-12:00, Dublin Campus
1:00 – 3:00, NRV Mall Site

• Muskie Basketball – Friday, January 25, 2019, 6:30 pm at Milligan College vs Milligan College JV Team

Ping-Pong & Pool (8 Ball) Tournament Ladder Competitions – Competition is open to NRCC Students & Staff. Students/Staff interested in participating should enter by Friday, February 1. (Late entries may occur, however any individual entering after February 1 initial draw will automatically be placed in last position on the ladder.) Students/Staff interested in participating should email the Student Activities Office at rreedy@nr.edu to be included in the tournament. Please list either Ping-Pong Tournament or Pool Tournament in the email subject line. Entrants must provide a viable email address and phone number with their entry email. Ladder placement drawing will occur on Friday, February 1 at 3:00 pm. The Tournament Ladders will be located in the Student Lounge. Play may begin on Monday, February 4.

All entrants will be initially placed on a number “ladder” by drawing names out of a hat. Once competition begins participants may challenge the individual one or two places above their own number. Once the challenge has been made the game must be played within 48 hours. If the challenger wins, the two participants change positions on the ladder. If the challenger loses, placement remains the same. The winner is responsible for immediately notifying Student Activities. The ladder will be updated each Wednesday and Friday. Competition will take place from February 4 – March 29. On March 29, at 2:00 pm, the individuals occupying the top slot in each ladder will be crowned tournament champions and receive a $20.00 Walmart gift certificate.

NRCC Academic & Advising Calendar

• Monday, January 28 – Last day to add classes without instructor approval

• February 7 – Last day to drop and receive a refund

• Spring & Summer Semester Registrations Are Underway – Stop by the Advising Office to meet with an Academic Advisor to schedule your classes.

Hokie Corner, Va Tech On-Site Advising
Dublin Campus – Godbey 130
Christiansburg Mall Site – Room 153


Advisors available to discuss transfer opportunities & course requirements for your intended major at VT. Appointments required – For appointments access NRCC’s Transfer Resources page at to www.nr.edu/transfer, then select Transfer to VT from the menu, then click on the first bullet “Visit Hokie Corner @ NRCC for Transfer Student Advising.”

RU Highlander Hub, Radford University On-Site Advising


An admissions advisor will be available daily, 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. on each of the dates listed. Additionally, on the dates specifically noted, program specific advisors will be available, 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Appointments are not required, so please stop by at your convenience.

Student ID’s
• Student IDs will continue to be made in the Student Activities Office, 121 Martin Hall on the Dublin campus Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday 9:00 am – 4:00 pm. Student IDs will be made at the mall site campus on Wednesdays 9:00 am – 4:00 pm. All students are asked to have an ID for the 2018/2019 academic year. IDs with the issue date 2016 and later (red, white, and blue background) will continue to be valid for the 2018-19 academic year.

New Library Additions

Long Road to Mercy, by David Baldacci

Look Alive Twenty-Five, by Janet Evanovich

Paws and Effect, by Sofie Kelly

Reel of Fortune, by Jana DeLeon

Target: Alex Cross, by James Patterson.

Clubs and Organizations
NRCC offers a wide range of clubs and organizations for student involvement. Our clubs and organizations are designed to promote educational and cultural experiences and provide students avenues for personal growth and enrichment. Interested students may research all of our programs by visiting the Student Activity webpages at nr.edu. In addition, sponsor contact information is also located on the Student Activity webpages and students are encouraged to contact club sponsors and/or the Student Activities Office for more information -or to sign up for participation. Our current clubs are listed below:

Black Awareness Association (BAA)
Campus Crusade For Christ (CRU)
Computer Club
Fine Arts Club
History/Current Events Club
Human Services and Early Childhood Development Organization
Kappa Pi International Honorary Art Fraternity
Phi Theta Kappa (PTK)
Multi-Cultural Club
New River Amateur Radio Club

New Clubs - Currently Forming

NRCC “Niche” Literature (Book) Club – Contact mcoglesby1015@gmail.com
NRCC Drone Club – Contact rtc24685@email.vccs.edu
Philosophy/Political Debate Club – Contact wsm2751@email.vccs.edu
High Power Rocket Club – Contact Wnoble@nr.edu

All of our teams participate as club teams and compete with other collegiate club level teams in the surrounding region. Currently Baseball, Basketball, and Soccer are offered as male teams and Volleyball is offered as a female team. All of our teams begin practice shortly after the beginning of fall semester and team practice/game competition usually continues through portions of both the fall and spring semesters. Team offerings are dependent upon student interest and may vary from year to year.

Baseball - Coached by Wes Adcock. Interested students should contact Coach Adcock at wadcock@nr.edu.
Soccer – Coached by Adam Ritchie. Interested students should Coach Ritchie at technicaldirector@swvarush.com.
Volleyball - Coached by John Pierce. Interested students should contact Coach Pierce at swvjdirector@gmail.com.
Basketball - Coached by Lamar Martin. Interested students should contact Coach Martin at rmartin0053@email.vccs.edu.

Additional Community Events, Happenings, Information

Raft Crisis Hotline – Volunteers provide: empathy and support, crises and suicide intervention, substance abuse information and referrals. Application deadline is January 28, 2019. Training begins in February. Visit www.nrvcs.org /raft or email sshirley@nrvcs.org for more information.



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