Policies for Reviewers

Please complete all three pages of the Volunteer Packet using this link below, then hit Submit at the bottom (you won’t receive a confirmation, but know that when you hit “Submit,” we’ll receive it). Afterwards, be sure to return to this page so that if you have not already done so for the 2021/22 scholarship year, you can complete the Conflict of Interest form, which we’ll also get via email.

RCC Volunteer Packet (mandatory for reviewers)

Right-click (Windows) or control-click (Mac) and "Save file as" to download PDF, fill it out, save it and email it directly to AManley@roguecc.edu.

Conflict of Interest Policy

The purpose of the conflict of interest policy is to clarify and identify when scholarship reviewers should recuse themselves from scoring a particular application and protect the integrity of the Rogue Community College Foundation’s (RCCF) scholarship awarding process.

The scholarship scoring process is a very important function of the RCC Foundation. We are always pleased to have so many caring and thoughtful volunteers participate in the scoring of scholarship applications. This is an important task as students are awarded scholarships based on the scores you give to their applications.

The following definitions are provided to help you decide whether a relationship exists and if you as reviewer should not score an application:

  • Professional Relationship: You have a direct business relationship with the applicant or one of the persons providing a reference or an immediate family member of the applicant. i.e. you are an employer, employed by, in business with etc. This would also include instructor/student or adviser/counselor relationships.
  • Family Member: The applicant or one of the persons providing the reference is related to you (e.g. grandchildren, siblings, children, niece/nephew or any other relative if they reside in the same household as the reader).
  • Friend: The applicant or one of the persons providing the reference is a friend or close associate.

Additionally, RCC Foundation honors and supports the diversity of students at RCC based on age, gender, religion, ability, socioeconomic status, race, ethnicity, culture, sexual orientation and family structure. As such we ask reviewers to also maintain impartiality to the diversity of our applicants.

In the event you encounter an application that meets one of the above definitions or another that you feel you cannot be objective about for any reason you must not score that application. When this occurs, notify the RCCF by email at rccfoundation@roguecc.edu and include the student's name and email on the application and we will reassign it to another Reviewer.

Please read and consider the following statements carefully. In order to read RCC Foundation Scholarship applications you must first agree to all the statements contained on the PDF form. 


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About Us

The Rogue Community College Foundation is a non-profit organization founded in 1980 to serve the needs of Rogue Community College and RCC students. The Foundation was created to receive and administer donations to:

  • Endowment funds
  • Scholarship funds
  • Special college projects
  • Fundraising

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