We know the special strengths and challenges that our first-generation and low-income students bring with them to RCBC. So we've created FLIP, first-generation, low-income participants, a program that is dedicated to helping you access campus resources and provide you with other tools to be successful.

What can FLIP do for me?

Don't take our word for it, hear from students who have benefited from personalized support at RCBC and advice from RCBC staff.

How do I know if I am a part of FLIP?

If your parents (or guardians) have not completed a college degree, congratulations on being the the first to attend college! That's amazing and makes you a first-generation student at RCBC.

To know if you're low-income you must complete your FAFSA. Not only will this help you know if you're eligible for financial aid and other money to help you pay for college, but can also unlock other support and resources through programs at RCBC like FLIP. 

Are you ready to FLIP the script? 

Meet the Team

FLIP students get direct support from the same person during their entire time at RCBC. We can assist you with academic advising, registration and some financial processes and planning. We're here to help you be successful!

Liberal Arts Majors

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Anthony Domingues
Student Services Generalist

STEM Majors

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Chris Crean
Student Services Generalist

Health Sciences Majors

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Shanice Parran
Student Services Generalist

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