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Commencement

Rain alters Rowan College at Burlington County’s graduation plans

Rowan College at Burlington County (RCBC) will hold five indoor commencements instead of two outdoor graduation ceremonies because of the extensive rain forecast throughout the week.

Our Community Salutes

Burlington County salutes military enlistees at RCBC

Burlington County Freeholder Director Kate Gibbs is inviting the community to honor high school seniors who are enlisting in military service at a special ceremony at Rowan College at Burlington County’s Mount Laurel Campus on Wednesday, May 23.

RCBC Foundation Chair, Henry Gosik

Rowan College at Burlington County Foundation elects new chair

The Rowan College at Burlington County (RCBC) Foundation has elected a new chair, longtime member Henry Gosik, as the nonprofit organization dedicated to help students afford education seeks to build upon the momentum created by this year’s record-breaking Celebration of Philanthropy.

Headshot of Stephanie Berdugo-Hernandez

RCBC student to serve on state financial aid advisory panel

Rowan College at Burlington County (RCBC) student Stephanie Berdugo-Hernandez has been selected to serve on the 2018-2019 Higher Education Student Assistance Authority (HESAA) Student Advisory Committee.

RCBC 2018 Valedictorian Madison Weller

RCBC will celebrate two graduation ceremonies in May

For the first time in its history, Rowan College at Burlington County (RCBC) will hold two commencements on its brand-new quad in front of the state-of-the-art Student Success Center.

RCBC Fashion Show

RCBC's 2018 Fashion Show features one-of-a-kind designs by students

 Rowan College at Burlington County fashion design students will showcase their talent and original creations on the runway in the 2018 Fashion Show on Friday, May 11 at 6 p.m. at RCBC’s Mount Laurel Campus’ Votta Hall Auditorium.

Lauren Purnell with Civility Award

Student journalist and champion of the homeless wins RCBC’s Civility Award

Rowan College at Burlington County (RCBC) journalism student Lauren Purnell received the college’s Civility Award in recognition of her effort to tear down negative connotations for the term homeless by telling the stories of people she meets on the streets of Philadelphia.

Avocado Brownie

An adventure in baking with avocados and brownies

Chefs are generally known for their creativity and innovation. One of the first rules to becoming a chef is to try everything at least once. For many years, I’ve discarded that rule.

My family scolded me for being a picky eater. They had valid points. I could not possibly make it as a great chef if I was not willing to try new dishes. So, I am slowly changing my ways.

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