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Pictured: RCBC students rehearsing Godspell (2012)

RCBC Lamplight Players now performing the spring musical Godspell (2012)

Join Rowan College at Burlington County’s Lamplight Players for a production of Godspell (2012), a revival of the 1971 original musical.
 

 Pictured: Rowan College at Burlington County student Geraldine Lee, part of the Willingboro Student Leadership Team, discusses the importance of real-life experience for students with businesses leaders, public officials and college administrators at the Classroom to Career initiative announcement at RCBC's Willingboro Campus.

RCBC creates new Classroom to Career model for Willingboro Campus in partnership with business leaders

Rowan College at Burlington County’s (RCBC) new Classroom to Career model will serve adult learners at the Willingboro Campus in a unique format designed in partnership with local business leaders seeking to hire RCBC students, Freeholder Director Bruce Garganio announced today.
 
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RCBC and local public safety organizations host Calming Sirens event for special needs community members

No actual sirens will be used in Rowan College at Burlington County’s new event, “Calming Sirens,” which is specifically geared to help  familiarize the special needs population with emergency and support services in a non-threatening and understanding setting.

Pictured: (clockwise, starting from left front) Rowan College at Burlington County students Tommy O'Shaunessy, Anna Wilson, Cheyanne Kelly, and Pingping Song prepare for the New Jersey Undergraduate Mathematics Competition, held at the 2017 Garden State Undergraduate Mathematics Conference at The College of New Jersey.

RCBC student earns Top Female Student in mathematics competition

A Rowan College at Burlington County (RCBC) student recently earned distinction as the Top Female Student in a statewide mathematics competition featuring top math students from two- and four-year colleges in the region.
 

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Registration is Now Open for RCBC’s Personal and Professional Development Courses

Registration is now open for Rowan College at Burlington County’s (RCBC) Personal and Professional Development classes and Summer Youth Programs.

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Rowan College at Burlington County to Host First Science Slam as part of the Philadelphia Science Festival

Step inside a space station with the help of virtual reality technology at Rowan College at Burlington County’s Science Slam on April 23 from noon to 4 p.m. This event is FREE and open to the public as part of the Philadelphia Science Festival.

RCBC offers West African study abroad opportunity and faculty exchange program

Rowan College at Burlington County’s (RCBC) Science Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) division is becoming global thanks to a new a 10-day West African study abroad opportunity and a faculty exchange program with the University of Cape Coast in Ghana.  
Pictured: RCBC students Mark Keating and Olivia McCaw

Rowan College at Burlington County culinary students win cake competition

Two Rowan College at Burlington County (RCBC) culinary students, Olivia McCaw and Mark Keating, competed against more than two dozen of the region’s best bakers to take home the top student prize at the Let Them Eat Cake competition held in Philadelphia last month.  
 
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Rowan College at Burlington County hosts first Alumni Women’s Soccer Game

The Lady Barons are inviting all former women’s soccer players to join them on Sunday, April 23 for the first Alumni Game. The game will begin at 2 pm and is free to play in. Players who make a donation of $15 will receive a Barons Alumni Game T-Shirt.

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Rowan College at Burlington County’s spring 2017 open house

Rowan College at Burlington County invites prospective students and their families to the Mount Laurel campus for the spring 2017 Open House on Saturday, April 8 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.

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