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Students stand in line for Starbucks products.

Brand-name food and beverage options in Rowan College at Burlington County's new Student Success Center

On Wednesday, the first day of the fall term, Rowan College at Burlington County students found a completely updated dining experience in the new Student Success Center on the Mount Laurel Campus. They lined up to enjoy the first taste of new brand name options like Starbucks.

Students in Health Sciences Center

Health Sciences Center Unveiling

The Health Sciences Center unveiling on Tuesday, August 29 drew a crowd of over 200 people despite the weather. RCBC was joined by Freeholder Linda Hughes, 

Health Sciences Center

State-of-the-art Health Sciences Center unveiled at Rowan College at Burlington County

Rowan College at Burlington County will unveil its new state-of-the-art Health Sciences Center at the transformed Mount Laurel Campus on Tuesday, Aug. 29 at 5 p.m.

The Student Success Center transformation at Rowan College at Burlington County's new Mount Laurel Campus.

RCBC Celebration of Transformation events showcase the new Mount Laurel, Mount Holly and Willingboro campuses

Rowan College at Burlington County will celebrate its transformation into the number one community college in the state and modern model of higher education with a series of free events from Aug. 29 to Oct. 21 to highlight its new campuses, amenities and offerings.

Fall Personal and Professional Development Graphic

Registration for RCBC's Fall Personal & Professional Development Now Open

Registration for Rowan College at Burlington County’s fall 2017 Personal & Professional Development courses is now open. 

Rowan College at Burlington County facilities staff Robert Lucas and Kevin Gauntt mark the new entrance to the Mount Laurel Campus off of Briggs Road

New 3plus1 Drive improves access to RCBC and Rowan University

The newest entrance to Rowan College at Burlington County (RCBC) has been named 3plus1 Drive in recognition of the college’s popular path to one of the most affordable bachelor’s degrees in the nation.

Lin Rubright, 3+1 psychology student, doing classwork on her laptop

RCBC’s programs, services and affordability make college a family tradition

Lin Rubright, 48, frequently tells her six daughters about the value of education, so when she saw a poster advertising the college’s new 3+1 program, which allows students to save as much as $75,000 on the cost of a bachelor’s degree, she dusted off her 20-year-old associate degree in education to go back to school.

RCBC culinary student Huy Hoang preparing Vietnamese caramelized & braised catfish

Vietnamese heritage flavors a fusion fish dish

By: Huy Hoang

As a child growing up in Vietnam, I would watch my mother in our kitchen creating traditional dishes.

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