Student Services

Student Services at RRTC includes the Academic Services Center, Testing and Assessment, and Financial Aid. Students can also receive information regarding enrollment, and scholarship opportunities.

Academic Services Center

The goal of the Academic Services Center offers students an opportunity to enhance their academic skills and become productive and skilled employees in today’s workplace. Using the services available, students can improve their skills through preparation in core areas like reading, communications and employability skills.

Academic Classes:

  • English III
  • US History
  • Government
  • Academic Remediation

Employability Skills Training:

  • Business & Industry Discussion Panels
  • Resume´ Preparation
  • Interviewing Techniques & Mock Interviews
  • Occupational Searches

The Academic Services Center is open Monday through Thursday from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and Friday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Call 255-2903, ext. 266 for more information.

Career Information and Guidance

Certified staff may help advise students in their career plan and training needs. Preparing for college or career is an important part of the planning process.

Students can be provided with information concerning work-based learning, current employment trends, and labor market information.

High school students and adults have access to career counseling services, and post-secondary college advisement. Our Student Services Team works to give our area students, counselors, teachers and administrators the needed tools, for preparing, and conducting career development programs. We encourage our area students to explore programs of greatest interest. We provide a variety of resources for career exploration. We help students build online portfolios using OKCareerGuide https://okcareerguide.kuder.com; and OKCollegeStart https://www.okcollegestart.org/Home/Sign_In/Logon.aspx . We use these, State approved, online, career interest inventories to help guide students into viable Career Cluster Pathways. Career resources help provide professional development programs for our sending school staff.

For more information about our graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed the program, and other important information, please visit our website at www.rrtc.edu to see each program’s disclosure.

To speak with a career guidance professional

Contact:

(Daytime Programs)  580-255-2903 x 230 or x234

(Short-Term Programs)  x 225

(Adult Basic Education) x 222

2020-2021 Class Dates:

August 17 – December 17, 2020

January 11, 2021 – May 13, 2021

June 1 – July 22, 2021

Monday through Thursday – 8:00am to 11:00am and/or 12:00pm to 3:00pm

Tuesday and Thursday – 6:00pm to 9:00pm

Pre-registration for all classes is required and students must schedule and appointment for a pre-test before attending class.

For more information, call Janice Gay at 580-255-2903, ext. 222.

Enrollment Form

Adult Education Class Release Form for Minors

Effective immediately: anyone wanting a copy of their High School Equivalency GED®/HiSET® transcript or diploma must request it at www.diplomasender.com or call (855) 313-5799.

The GED®/HiSET® test is designed for people who, for various reasons, did not graduate from high school. Individuals 18 years of age and older (persons 16-17 with special permission) may receive a high school diploma issued by the State Dept. of Education upon successful completion of the GED®/HiSET® test. The GED®/HiSET® test is available in computer-based format only.

Test Cost:

  • Credit/Debit card payment only
  • PearsonVue GED® is $34 per test section – $136 total; HiSET® is $20.25 per test section – $101.25 total.
  • Registration is limited to testing lab seating
  • Sign up for testing online 48 hours before testing date

Pre-registration is required and must be completed online at www.hiset.ets.org or www.MyGED.com. RRTC is an authorized PearsonVue and ETS HiSET® Testing Center for the computer-based GED®/HiSET® test.

Please contact Janice Gay, Adult Education Coordinator at 580-255-2903 or 1-888-607-2446 ext 222 for information concerning the GED®/HiSET® test, test accommodations and GED®/HiSET® Prep courses that are available at no cost.

GED® Test Schedule:

April 7, 2021

April 21, 2021

May 5, 2021

May 12, 2021

June 6, 2021

June 16, 2021

June 23, 2021

July 14, 2021

July 21, 2021

Test subjects may be taken one at a time.

 

Testing and Assessment Center

Contact the Testing and Assessment coordinator at 580-255-2903 or toll free 1-888-607-2446, ext. 276  or 292.

RRTC is an official test site for the following organizations:

Oklahoma Department of Career Technology Education: Various State of Ok certifications and ODCTE certifications

Pearson Vue: https://home.pearsonvue.com  National testing for various licensures including:

OK Teacher certification program, www.ceoe.nesinc.com

Emergency Medical Technician  www.nremt.org

HiSet  https://hiset.ets.org.  :  Adult Education and completion of High School Diploma

TABE (Testing for Adult Basic Education)  measures ability in Reading, Math, Language

ACT Test Prep

AP Testing for High School Students

Career Technology Competency

Test Proctoring

College Admission Exams 

*Cost for exams vary and details will be given at the time of registration

Registration is required exams.

Offered to individuals, schools, and business and industry.

 

Financial Aid and Scholarship Assistance

 

Net Price Calculator

 

The Rodney J. Love Next Step Scholarship and/or Line of Duty Tuition Waiver are available to all recent high school graduates and High School Equivalency Diploma recipients who meet specific eligibility requirements. Contact the RRTC Counselor at 580-255-2903, ext. 230, for more information.

Rodney J. Love Next Step Scholarship Eligibility Requirements:

• Attend full-time, day programs.
• Possess a high school diploma or a high school equivalency diploma.

-AND-

• Graduates may be awarded the tuition scholarship within two years after completing high school.

-OR-

• Students who do not possess a high school diploma must be actively pursuing an alternative diploma within two years of the time the applicants’ graduating class would have finished high school.

-OR-

• Students live in the RRTC school district and have a certificate of eligibility for Veteran’s Benefits.

Guidelines for applying and maintaining the scholarship are:
• Maintain at least a B grade average.
• Maintain 90% attendance.
• Make satisfactory progress in the program by passing competencies at designated times.
• Tuition scholarship amounts will not exceed $2,625.00 per year for full-time or $1,312.50 for part-time. The tuition scholarship will not exceed the actual cost of tuition for a single course. The scholarship will be awarded at the beginning of each semester.

Additional fees may apply to some programs. Red River Technology Center has determined that the disclosure of information regarding textbook and supplemental material fees is not practicable: this information is “To be determined.” Please see the Red River Technology Center Counselor for more information.

Tuition for in-district post-secondary daytime students is $1,312.50 for half days; $2,625.00 full-time. Students who reside outside the Technology Center District: Half-day is $2,625.00; full-time is $5,250.00. In district high school students attend free of charge.

 

Line of Duty Tuition Waiver Eligibility Requirements:

• Children of Oklahoma peace officers who have given their lives in the line of duty

• Children of Oklahoma firefighters who have given their lives in the line of duty

• Children of Oklahoma emergency medical technicians who have given their lives in the line of duty

• Children of members of the Oklahoma Law Enforcement Retirement System who have given their lives in the line of duty, or whose disability is by means of personal and traumatic injury of a catastrophic nature and occurred in the line of duty

*The waiver of resident or nonresident tuition shall be limited to a period of five (5) years.

• The waiver amount will not exceed the cost of tuition per year for full-time or part-time attendance, nor would the amount exceed the actual cost of tuition for a single program. The waiver does not cover the entire cost of the Practical Nursing pathway but may be applied, with the student owing the remaining balance.

 

Entrance Requirements

High school juniors and seniors who attend Red River Technology Center will spend three hours (one-half day) at the Tech Center and the other half-day at their home high school. Students can earn elective credit toward high school graduation by attending the Tech Center. Contact your high school counselor or the Tech Center counselor for enrollment approval. Adults: Adults are eligible for enrollment in all daytime programs except Cosmetology, the Biomedical Science Academy, and the Pre-Engineering Academy. Attendance may be for three hours (one-half day) or six hours (full day).

 

Enrollment Information

Who is eligible?
1. High school juniors and seniors residing within the boundaries of the following 13 school districts, or home school students within the district are eligible to enroll:
Bray-Doyle, Central High, Comanche, Duncan, Empire, Grandview, Marlow, Ryan, Temple, Terral, Velma-Alma, Walters and Waurika.

2. Persons residing outside the named districts may also enroll. The tuition rate is increased for non-district residents.

3. For enrollment information, contact the RRTC Counselor at (580) 255-2903, ext. 230. Adult enrollment begins the first week in May and continues throughout the school year. High school students may enroll through their high school counselor.

Refund Policy
Refund of tuition, less cost of books and materials used, will follow this schedule:

Withdraws on or before the first day of class through the tenth day of class for the enrollment period for which the student has been charged: 100% refunded

After the tenth day of class for the enrollment period for which the student has been charged: 0% refunded

Note: Refunds are not paid to the student of a Pell grant or whose tuition is paid by another agency. It will be returned to the agency that originally provided the funds. Additional information on refunds is available in the financial aid office.