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RCBC student with microscope

Rowan College at Burlington County opens junior-year courses and announces new “3+1” programs

Community college students can now register for junior-year courses at Rowan College at Burlington County (RCBC) and will have even more “3+1” options next fall as RCBC and Rowan University continue to improve one of the nation’s most affordable paths to a bachelor’s degree.

RCBC is the first community college in the region to offer junior-year courses that begin in spring 2017.

Men's and women's soccer teams

RCBC Soccer Teams Head to Post Season

The Rowan College at Burlington County Barons wrapped up their regular soccer season with both the men’s and women’s teams headed to the playoffs.

The men’s team is currently 10-4 and finished 5-0 in Region XIX. While the women’s team is 4-9-2 and finished 3-2-1 in Region XIX.

Heather Casparro and Brina Sedar

RCBC Human Services Student Receives National Scholarship

Rowan College at Burlington County (RCBC) Human Services student Heather Casparro earned the Harold McPheeters Scholarship from the National Organization for Human Services (NOHS).

Casparro, from Mount Laurel a student member of the NOHS is the first RCBC student to receive this award and was chosen over students working on their bachelor’s and master’s degrees.

Nursing students

Rowan College at Burlington County hosts seminar to discuss changes in nursing program.

Rowan College at Burlington County will hold an information seminar on Wednesday, Oct. 26 to discuss improvements to the nursing program – including the new “3+1” option to a bachelor’s of science in nursing and the college’s partnership with Virtua.

 Pictured (L-R): BCIT Board of Education President Robert C. Silcox, Burlington County Freeholder Director Bruce Garganio, RCBC President Paul Drayton and BCIT Superintendent Dr. Christopher Nagy.

Freeholder Director Bruce Garganio officially opens premier advanced manufacturing training center created by a partnership with RCBC, BCIT and Rowan University

Burlington County Freeholder Director Bruce Garganio officially opened a new Advanced Manufacturing Center located at the Burlington Institute of Technology in partnership with Rowan College at Burlington County (RCBC), that will become the region’s premier educational center.

Griffin Kidd

RCBC faculty member earns Teacher of the Month

Rowan College at Burlington County (RCBC) instructor Griffin Kidd, earned teacher of the month from the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

Give kids a smile day

RCBC earns spot on President’s Honor Roll

Rowan College at Burlington County (RCBC) earned a spot on the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll for 2015 for projects such as First Book, Give Kids a Smile Day, and Bridging the Digital Divide.

Every year colleges that reflect the values of exemplary community service are honored by the President of the United States.

Quad

First look at the new quad design

The new quad will give students a campus feel that exceeds those at traditional four-year universities. The space will be large enough to hold events such as graduation, concerts or movies. The walking paths will make getting from one side of campus easier. There will be plenty of trees to give students shade while eating or studying outside.

construction

Modernizing RCBC’s campus digs up some treasures from the past

As the modernization of Rowan College at Burlington County’s main campus continues, items from the 18th-century Borton/Ballinger farmstead are surfacing.

Annual Report

RCBC President Paul Drayton presents a “different” annual report to the community

Rowan College at Burlington County President Paul Drayton issued the college’s 2016 annual report, “A Different Kind of Community College” that recaps a transformative year for the college most notably in its historic partnership with Rowan University and campus improvements.

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