Rock Valley College

Tech Connect Sessions

The First Year Experience Office (FYE) Tech Connect Session is an introduction to learning and understanding how to navigate within the RVC Online Services and RVC Eagle Learning Management Systems.  This session is highly recommended for new students and only required for students currently enrolled in a STU 100 course.  You must have a class schedule and currently enrolled as a student to be eligible to attend this session.

You will learn the following at a FYE Tech Connect session:

  • Online Services (30 minutes)
    • Manage your waitlist
    • Making or setting up payments
    • Access Financial Aid status
    • Understand how to register for classes
    • How to enter classes into Student Planning
    • View your Program Evaluation
  • Eagle Learning Management System (30 minutes)
    • Login
    • Navigation
    • Assignments, Discussions, quizzes
    • Communication with Faculty
    • Difference between RVC email and EAGLE email

Register now for an FYE Tech Connect Session!

For more information please call (815) 921-4094.

Students attend a Getting Started Session on RVC's main campus.

High School Students

All high school students taking RVC courses, while still in high school, must go through Early College for registration. If you have any questions, please contact Early College at (815) 921-4080.

Disability Support Services

We are committed to helping all students realize their educational goals.  If you are a student with a disability who may require assistance in accessing any of our programs or services, please contact the Disability Support Services office to discuss potential barriers and possible solutions.

The DSS office serves as a resource for faculty and staff on campus and can provide guidance and consultation on issues that pertain to ensuring equal educational access.  We are happy to address any questions or concerns you may have.

For information about disability testing services available to currently enrolled RVC students, please refer to the Testing Center's Disability Testing Guidelines or call (815) 921-2380 for further information.

The DSS office is located on the ground floor of the Student Center.  You may contact the DSS office at (815) 921-2371.