My RDC

5 things I wish I knew as a first-year student

Written by Hayley Moritz, RDC Student on May 31, 2019

Convocation is fast approaching with only one week until hundreds of Red Deer College students cross the stage at RDC’s 55th Convocation ceremony.Graduating is exciting and nerve-wrecking. Your responsibilities are about to change. No longer will life be about handing in assignments, writing final exams, figuring out random class schedules, and spending way too much money at Tim Hortons,...

11 tips to help you survive your final exams

Written by Jasmyn Solberg on April 22, 2019

Final exams: they’re inevitable. For so long they are marked on your calendar and you think they’re a lifetime away, until they’re not. Well, we’re here to let you know that they creeped up quicker than we all thought. To help you survive your final exams, we’ve put together a list of tips and tricks.The night before:1. Know your exam schedule. Your exam schedule is listed on the homepage of...

Best practices: a student volunteer perspective from the Canada Winter Games

Written by Brent Forster on February 26, 2019

Shae Best
When Shae Best, a first-year student-athlete on the RDC Queens Basketball team, was presented with the opportunity to become involved in the 2019 Canada Winter Games in Red Deer, she didn’t hesitate to take part in the once-in-a-lifetime moment.Best’s position with the Games coordinates with her academic program at Red Deer College.“I am helping administer the athletes if they need to use the...

Full circle with Kings Volleyball

Written by Brent Forster on February 14, 2019

Schulha and Hansen built Kings Volleyball to the most winning program in the CCAA.
Schulha adds Hansen in championship yearThe names Aaron Schulha and Keith Hansen are synonymous with the winning tradition of Red Deer College Kings Volleyball. As former student-athletes and then coaches, the RDC alumni have both played prominent roles in the Kings’ 13 Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) Men’s Volleyball National Championships, the most in the nationTogether, they...

Continuing the legacy

Written by Brent Forster on January 30, 2019

Ben's Reason: Legacy
When Ben Holmes was introduced to volleyball in middle school, he discovered his passion. “I first started playing volleyball in grade 7,” he explains. “I used to play football before that but after my first volleyball camp, I became hooked.”At a young age, Ben started following volleyball at Red Deer College and his idols on the court turned into mentors. “I lived in Red Deer my whole life, and...

Alumna pride in RDC’s impact

Written by Brent Forster on January 28, 2019

Suze's blog - pride
After Spruce View’s Suze Vanderlinde graduated from Red Deer College and the Queens Hockey program in 2017, the positive impact that those experiences have had on the former student-athlete’s life bring her a sense of pride that remains strong.“RDC is the foundation of who I became as a person,” says Suze, reflecting on all aspects of her four years at the College, including many hours studying,...

19 words of encouragement to help you get through end of term

Written by Jasmyn Solberg on December 3, 2018

End of term. Need we say more? We went to our social media platforms and asked you to provide words of encouragement for our students as they’re in the final stretch of completing assignments, projects, essays, and starting to study for final exams.Students, here’s some inspiration to remember as you get your study on:You can do this! The end is in sight and you've got this, no matter what the...

The value of teamwork

Written by Brent Forster on October 31, 2018

Cody's reason: teamwork
For local student-athlete Cody White, the concept of working together toward a common goal is visible while wearing the RDC Kings jersey in competition, but he has also seen similar support and collaboration around Red Deer College. “It’s the community that makes me think RDC is different than every other school,” he explains. “You just walk around the hallways and see everyone smiling. You can...

You’re nervous, and that's okay

Written by Jasmyn Solberg on August 31, 2018

A lot has changed since Red Deer College has opened its doors 55 years ago, except there’s one thing that never changes: the first-year jitters. It doesn’t matter how old you are, where you come from or what program you’re taking, these jitters is something that everyone experiences. It’s inevitable, really. You’re excited to start the next chapter of your life and yet you’re not entirely sure...

5 reasons why you'll want to attend New Student Orientation

Written by Jasmyn Solberg on August 27, 2018

Let’s face it – starting anything new in life is super exciting and a little terrifying. We’re here to tell you that starting your first year of College isn’t any different, but we’re also here to help you out and make it a smooth and easy transition!By attending New Student Orientation, you’ll be two steps ahead of your classmates. You’ll learn the ins and outs of RDC and campus life all in one...

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