Learn about the latest automotive safety and accident avoidance technologies and their impact on automotive design and operation, including driver-alert systems for unintended lane departure, blind spot detection, active headlights and electronic control of braking systems. Read More
For those that have taken electrical, electronic, or energy courses at Reynolds Community College, you may be interested in a new energy course offered this fall. The course studies green energy, conservation, efficiencies, and identifies methods of using electrical and electronic automated control systems to meet energy sustainable objectives. Read More
The student shuttle service will be suspended starting July 29 and will resume again on August 25, the first day of the fall semester. Fall Shuttle Schedule
Open Registration begins on Monday, July 28. You can register online or in person. Get started here.
Plan now for fall. The fall 2014 Schedule of Classes is available here . Classes start August 25.
Start planning now! Participate in one of these information sessions on transfer tips and timelines. You will learn about Guaranteed Admission Agreements, transferable classes, GPA requirements, College Fair preparation and more! No registration needed.
September 20, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Broad Street between Belvidere Street and Hermitage Road Calorie-burning is only one of the benefits of joining the Run4Reynolds Team for the VCU Broad Street Mile. Walk or run the 5K or show your Reynolds pride in the one-mile Fun Run. Cool down with live music, food trucks, and vendors. Registration is just $10 for adults/ $5 for students before 9/1. It gets better. When you register, you can make a donation to support book scholarships at Reynolds. Students, staff, faculty, and friends are all welcome on the Run4Reynolds Team. Visit reynolds.edu/run4reynolds for details and registration link.
From galloping race horses as a teenager to teaching chemistry to college students at Reynolds Community College, Detective Patrick Lamb followed an unusual path to get to his current vocation as the expert Fingerprint Examiner for the Fredericksburg Police Department.
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