- Newsletters from 1969-2007
- Scrapbooks from the 1960s
- Annual Reports from the 1970s to 2005
- Programs from Retirement Celebrations as well as Commencements from 1995-2014
Coverage of events, profiles of staff, changes in curriculum, and advice to students are common in the newsletters, which were published by the school under a variety of names.
The scrapbooks include a number of newspaper clippings documenting the College’s beginnings as an extension of Fayetteville Technical Institute (FTI). Some of the first classes offered were in the evening, and were weighted toward agricultural interests like Ornamental Horticulture, Farm Business Management, Tractor Electrical Systems, and Fertilizers and Lime. New courses were gradually added, including those in trades, allied health care, and business, as the College grew quickly and became independent from FTI.
All of these items, as well as RCC yearbooks, can be seen on DigitalNC.