To educate, inspire, and motivate students of all ages to access post-secondary education and/or training by linking education, career, and life opportunities.


The Rotary Futures College Resource Center is an innovative approach to post-secondary decision-making that utilizes a resource center with 13 Internet computers, numerous printed materials, and willing volunteers to assist students, parents, and community members with linking education, career, and life opportunities. Since opening its doors in January 2002, the RFCRC has had over 48,000 visitors. Learn more about our program.

  Our Team

  Our Building

Team Photo Team Photo
Our resource center has willing volunteers to assist students and parents.


Tuesday – Friday 7:00AM to 3:30PM




The Rotary Futures College Resource Center, in conjunction with Kantel Data Systems*, developed and implemented the first local scholarship database. The Student Scholarship Management System (SSMS) now houses over 900 scholarships valued at over $70 million. The SSMS includes local and national scholarships as well as institutional scholarship information. Students (of all ages) may set up accounts in the SSMS. Based on the personal information entered, the SSMS will identify potential scholarships for the student. The SSMS has been an invaluable resource to the students utilizing our program.

NOTE: The SSMS is not internet accessible. Students must access the database at the Rotary Futures College Resource Center.

  • Search

  • Calendar Events

    Upcoming Events. Click event for more details.

    • November 24SAT Late Registration Deadline
    • December 6SAT & Subject Tests
    • December 10 6:30 pmSenior Class & Scholarship/Financial Aid Meeting
    • December 13ACT Test
    • December 29SAT Registration Deadline
    AEC v1.0.4

  • News

    FREE College Planning Workshop Nov. 13th Drs. Ehrlich & Sallapudi and the Rotary Futures College Resource Center present a FREE College Planning Workshop Thursday, November 13th, 7:00—8:30 pm in the (...)

    » Read more