Rockford College, also referred to as RC, was established in 1847 as Rockford Female Seminary. The college was rechristened as Rockford College in 1892. Located in Rockford, Illinois, it became a co-educational institution in the beginning of the academic year of 1955-56. More than a thousand students enroll every year.
The institution offers undergraduate and pre-professional programs in various fields of study, including, performing arts, classics, anthropology and sociology. The two graduate programs available are: Masters of Business Administration and Masters of Arts in Teaching. The RC curriculum and faculty is arranged in the following divisions:
The college athletics department fields both men's and women's teams for basketball, tennis, soccer and cross-country. Nicknamed as the Regents, the teams compete in the third division of NCAA. Recreational club sports, like, dodge ball are played on campus as well.
Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2016-17, National Center for Education Statistics, http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/
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