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Scotland County Campus

To meet the growing demand for programs in Scotland County, Richmond Community College opened the Honeycutt Center in 2010 in downtown Laurinburg.Honeycutt Center The multi-purpose facility houses a variety of curriculum and Workforce and Economic Development classes. In 2019 Richmond Community College added the Morgan Center and Covington Street School to provide more educational opportunities for residents of Scotland County. Students can complete an Associate in Arts and Associate in Science degree through a combination of classes offered on the Scotland County campus and online classes.  The information on this page includes classes and services provided at each of the three buildings on the Scotland County Campus.

Academic Programs & Classes

Practical Nursing (LPN)

Students who enroll in the Practical Nursing program complete this diploma program at the Honeycutt Center. The Practical Nursing curriculum prepares individuals with the knowledge and skills to provide nursing care to children and adults. Students participate in assessment, planning, implementing, and evaluating nursing care. Graduates are eligible to apply to take the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX-PN) which is required for practice as a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN). For more information, contact counselor Crystal Shaw at (910) 410-1729 or via email at, or LPN program coordinator Heather Cox at (910) 410-1877 or via email at

Heating & A/C Technician

The Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Technology (AHRT) program is housed at the Honeycutt Center. This curriculum provides the basic knowledge to develop skills necessary to work with residential and light commercial systems. Topics include mechanical refrigeration, heating and cooling theory, electricity, controls, and safety. The diploma program covers air conditioning, furnaces, heat pumps, tools, and instruments. The associate degree program covers residential building codes, residential system sizing, and advanced comfort systems. For more information, contact program coordinator Marcus X at (910) 410-1846, or via email at

Nursing Assistant I

The Nursing Assistant I program is offered at the Honeycutt Center. This is a 136-146 contact hour course offered in a traditional classroom setting. This training program includes day, evening and hybrid class options, and will prepare you to successfully complete a state of North Carolina competency evaluation examination. This allows the nurse aide to be listed on the N.C. Nurse Aide I Registry. For more information, contact Allied Health program coordinator Leah Grooms at (910) 410-1833, or via email at

Truck Driver Training

This course trains students to meet the skills needed for thier commercial driver's licence at RichmondCC's training facility in Laurinburg. Students must be at least 18 years old and hold a valid North Carolina Driver's license with no limiting restrictions. For more information, click here

Detention Officer Certification

This course aims to certify students to work as a detention officer in North Carolina. It is a mandated 174-hour course and will conclude with a comprehensive written exam. The cost of the class is $180 and will be held at the Morgan Center. For more information, click here

Continuing Education Classes

If you are looking for career training, workforce advancement or personal enrichment classes, explore the many classes RichmondCC offers through its Workforce and Economic Development division. We can also provide your business or company with customized workforce training. For more information, contact Scotland County Campus Facilities Coordinator Myra Locklear at (910) 410-1705 or via email at, or for more information, please contact Richmond Community College at (910) 410-1700.

Adult Education

If you are an adult who would like to finish your high school education or just review the basics, we offer Adult Education classes at the Morgan Center, including Adult High School diploma classes and High School Equivalency test prep classes. For more information, please contact Scotland County Campus Facilities Coordinator Myra Locklear at (910) 410-1705 or via email at, Scotland County Basic Education Instructor Tara McDuffie at (910) 410-1769 or via email at, or call the Honeycutt Front Desk at (910) 410-1831.

Career & Transfer Advising Center

Our Career & Transfer Advising Center helps students learn about educational experiences that lead to employment and guaranteed transfer to senior institutions. We also assist with career exploration, resume writing, job searches, interview skills, college transfer opportunities and co-admission agreements, campus jobs/work-study, as well as internship and apprenticeship opportunities.  Contact Skylar Ramsay, Coordinator of Career and Transfer Advising for the Scotland County Campus, at 910-410-1738 or via email at

Financial Aid

Want to know what type of financial aid you qualify for during the next semester? Financial aid and scholarships help many students every year to give them the means to pursue furthering their education. For more information, contact Financial Aid at (910) 410-1726 or via email at

Academic Success Center

At Richmond Community College, we offer our students many opportunities to help them succeed through our Academic Success Center. We offer free tutoring both in-person and online.

        Monday - Thursday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

        Friday - 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. 

Placement Testing

Potential students can complete placement testing at the Honeycutt Center. Testing sessions are scheduled at the Honeycutt Center and the Morgan Center in Laurinburg twice a week. The placement tests assess your reading, writing and math skills. A reading competency test may be required before taking some Continuing Education classes, including Nursing Assistant I, Phlebotomy, and Basic Law Enforcement Training. Other placement tests may be required before starting a two-year degree program. To schedule a test session at the Honeycutt Center please call (910) 410-1831.

Proctor Tests

All online classes require at least one exam be taken in front of a proctor. This service is provided at the Morgan Center on a scheduled basis.You are required to give at least 2 days notice in order for the proctor to obtain the password and what materials (if any) can be used during the test. The times available for a proctored test will depend on the time limit of the test and the times a computer lab is available. To schedule a proctored test session at the Morgan Center, call Learning Resources Coordinator Jeffrey Dogan at (910) 410-1951 or via email at

Scotland Early College High School

The Covington Street Building contains the SEarCH program (Scotland Early College High School). SEarCH students can earn a high school diploma as well as an associate degree by the end of their senior year.

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