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Rowan College at Burlington County students from the diagnostic medical sonography and radiography programs were inducted into the Lambda Nu national honor society.

RCBC’s imaging students inducted into new chapter of honor society

Students from Rowan College at Burlington County’s imaging programs were inducted into Lambda Nu on Nov. 15, a national honor society for radiologic and imaging sciences. For the first time this year, sonography students were inducted alongside seven of their peers from the radiography program, which has the oldest Lambda Nu chapter in the state.
 
Amiel Holliday

RCBC grad one of only nine students inducted into program to diversify education field

Amiel Holliday, 20, was one of nine Rowan University students to be inducted into IMPACT, or Increasing Male Practitioners and Classroom Teachers, a program dedicated to diversifying the education field. Holliday, of Burlington Township, graduated from Rowan College at Burlington County (RCBC) with high honors last May.

The Art Showcase in Votta Hall

2017 Art Showcase “Metamorphosis: Transformation & Growth” comes to Mount Laurel Campus Nov. 17

Rowan College at Burlington County will be celebrating art, music, performance, design, media and food at the 2017 Art Showcase “Metamorphosis: Transformation & Growth” on Friday, Nov. 17 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Mount Laurel Campus in Votta Hall.

Gino A. Pasqualone

RCBC Board of Trustees welcomes workforce development professional

The Rowan College at Burlington County Board of Trustees welcomed a new member, Gino A. Pasqualone, who brings a wealth of experience in the building trades and workforce development.

RCBC students outside of the Student Success Center

Rowan College at Burlington County’s spring registration opens today

Rowan College at Burlington County’s registration for the spring 2018 term opens today, Monday, Nov. 13. RCBC is waiving the registration fee for students who sign up for classes through Monday, Dec. 18.

Students in the Solar Ready Vets program set up solar panels

RCBC earns $1.2 million workforce development grant

The N.J. Department of Labor and Workforce Development selected Rowan College at Burlington County’s (RCBC) Workforce Development Institute to oversee the state’s Transportation, Logistics & Distribution Talent Development Center.

As part of Rowan College at Burlington County's transformation, the college's fine art programs, including Jonathan Ricci's Painting I class, moved to the Mount Holly Campus to create a cultural hub in historic downtown Mount Holly.

Registration open for Mount Holly Arts Open House

Rowan College at Burlington County recently transformed the Mount Holly Campus to create a cultural hub for the community by joining the college’s arts studio, and graphic design and fashion design programs with the culinary arts program in historic downtown Mount Holly.

Valyntyna Forrest and Mario Arroyo

Soccer players shutout competition to take top honors in Division I Region XIX awards

Rowan College at Burlington County’s soccer players captured post-season Division I Region XIX and Division I Garden State Athletic Conference (GSAC) honors, including both Division I Region XIX top Player of the Year titles, which went to Lady Baron Valyntyna Forrest and men’s Mario Arroyo.   

Medicare enrollment form

State Health Insurance Assistance Program at Burlington County hosts free Medicare information and enrollment events

The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program of Burlington County, which oversees the State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP) at Burlington County and is supported by Rowan College at Burlington County, is presenting two free events for New Jersey Medicare beneficiaries during open enrollment on Monday, Nov. 13 and Friday, Nov. 17.

Heather Conger

RCBC Director of Athletics awarded NJCAA Region XIX’s highest honor

Rowan College at Burlington County’s Director of Athletics Heather Conger is the 2017 recipient of the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Region XIX’s highest honor, the Augie Eosso Award.

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