RCC Athletes & Club members – Welcome to your page!
Use this page as a reference for RCC and USC information. It includes club and financial forms and links to useful on-campus resources and offices.
Your RCC E-board is here for you! Email us any time at firstname.lastname@example.org with feedback and questions.
RCC President & Vice President Office Hours
| Brett Schaffer
10 AM – 1 PM Mon/Wed/Fri
| Sophie Pepin
1-3 PM – Tues
12:30PM-1:30PM – Wed
|USC Volunteer Agreement Form|
|Independent Contractor Agreement|
|Club & Player Forms|
|Tier Level Change Form|
|Class Absence(s) Form|
|Club Sports Travel Form|
|RCC Contingency Funds Request|
|Rec Sports Expense Cover Sheet|
|Travel Expense Report|
|Non-Travel Expense Report|
|‘How To’ Expense Request|
|Breakdown of Different Accounts|
|RCC Budget Template|
|USC Credit Union – New Account Forms|
|USC Credit Union – Signer Update Forms|
|Useful On-Campus Resources|
|Center for Women and Men
Provides counseling, sexual assault prevention, and diversity promotion services.
|Engemann Student Health Center
Gives access to health appointment scheduling and student wellness events.
|Title IX – Office of Equity and Diversity
Provides Title IX information, complaint forms, and support.
|Trojans Care for Trojans (TC4T)
Allows students to anonymously report friends or peers who exhibit concerning behavior.
|Department of Public Safety
Provides safety tips, services, and training for students.
|The Writing Center
Helps students articulate ideas, problem solve, and review writing projects.
|Student Athlete Academic Services
Provides support for student athletes in academic, personal development, and financial areas.
|Office of Religious Life
Allows students to explore various religions and participate in religious activities on-campus.
|Kortschak Center for Learning and Creativity
Provides strategies, tutoring, and assistive technology for students with learning differences.
Provides resume review services, career counseling, networking, and research resources.
| Office for Wellness and Health Promotion
Promotes wellness, student learning, health practices, and prevention initiatives.
|Student Support and Advocacy
Connects students with personal, academic, or financial issues to the appropriate resources.
|Disability Services and Programs
Promotes independence, provides assistance, and advocates for students with disabilities or injuries.