Your success here at Ƶ is our highest priority and we want you to know that it’s okay to reach out for some help in order to succeed. That’s why we have developed a wide variety of services that will help you when you need it.

Types of Services Available

The Food Pantry at Ƶ

If you are experiencing food insecurity, you can visit the Food Pantry at Ƶ on Tuesdays & Thursdays from 11am to 2pm and Wednesdays from 4pm to 6pm. Please use the Food Pantry entrance located in Parking Lot C. The Pantry at Ƶ is an extension of Northeast Community Fund. The Pantry Questionnaire can be found in myƵ>My Student Info>Scholarships (RCC Foundation).

:pantry@richland.edu


Student Assistance Fund

If you are facing unexpected situations that will impact your ability to be successful at Ƶ, the Foundation has established the Student Assistance Fund to provide emergency financial assistance to Ƶ students. The Student Assistance Fund was established in 2017 and provides financial assistance to Ƶ students as unexpected situations arise, including medical bills, utility bills, rent, childcare, transportation, technology, etc.

The Student Assistance Fund application is temporarily closed.  If a student is experiencing an emergency financial situation, they may reach out via email to studentassistance@richland.edu.


Mental Health Services

Ƶ has partnered with three organizations to provide both in-person and teletherapy mental health resources. Ƶ is teaming with Memorial Behavioral Health to deliver in-person and/or telehealth counseling with a licensed professional, Joe Drew, MA, LPC. Students will receive these services for free.

For teletherapy, Ƶ partnered with two organizations, META and TimelyCare, to provide an array of mental health services to students. META Teletherapy is a mobile app that delivers easy access to private and confidential counseling services, when and how you want. TimelyCare is a mobile app (which can also be accessed by desktop) that provides 24/7 access to virtual care from anywhere in the United States at no cost.


Teaching and Learning Center (TLC) Student Tech Support

More than just a place for online class help, the TLC staff is here to support you. Just remember to contact them with any questions you have about Canvas, email problems or computer and technical questions.
:student.tech@richland.edu

Find out more about the Teaching and Learning Center – CLICK HERE


Free Tutoring

The Academic Success Center offers FREE tutoring services for students in the areas of Math, Biology/Chemistry, Business/Accounting, English, and other subjects by request. Get assistance with your writing assignments, improve your study skills or just stop by for computer access. We also use NetTutor, an online tutoring service integrated into Canvas that provides you the support you need, whenever you need it, for lots of different subjects, and on any type of device.


Accommodations

We want to provide a welcoming campus that supports success for all students. Approved accommodations for students with documented disabilities remove barriers to allow for equal opportunity to participate fully in the total college experience.


Library Resources

Our library staff can help you with your inquiries about the resources you need to complete your assignments. It’s also a great place to find computer access or a quiet place to study.


Ƶ Bookstore

You will find your textbooks and course materials here, but did you know that you can also find items like pens, pencils, USB drives, calculators, and much more? The friendly staff in the bookstore can help you find what you need and you can look good doing it when you purchase the great Ƶ gear sold here.


Fitness Center

Currently enrolled students receive membership to the Fitness Center as part of their tuition.


Student Engagement Activities

Do you want to engage with other students on campus, enjoy some fun activities or join a club? Our Student Engagement Office hosts some great activities that can keep you connected with other students, while enjoying a little fun throughout the semester.


Community Resources

Illinois 211 – Free – Confidential – Available 24/7. Get help paying bills, finding food, and locating other resources near you. Call 211 now for confidential help from a caring expert.