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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.

Two RCBC students standing outside Evans Hall, where student services hours have been extended

RCBC extends services for students

Rowan College at Burlington County has extended hours for students to access in-person services at Evans Hall.

Services are now available Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Fridays. These hours will be in effect through Sept. 13 as the college prepares for the first fall term on the transformed Mount Laurel Campus.

3+1 student and Alumni Trustee Cassadie Hynd

3+1 student joins RCBC Board of Trustees

The Rowan College at Burlington County (RCBC) Board of Trustees welcomed May 2017 graduate Cassadie Hynd as an Alumni Trustee, marking the first time a 3+1 student has been appointed to the board.

Photo: four healthcare professionals reviewing a document

Healthcare Industry Career Fair is July 18

On Tuesday, July 18, join the Burlington County Board of Chosen Freeholders and Rowan College at Burlington County’s Workforce Development Institute for Burlington County’s Healthcare Industry Career Fair.

Photo from the construction of the new Student Success Center and Health Sciences Center

Take a look inside the new Health Sciences Center and Student Success Center.

In fall 2017, all nursing, dental hygiene, imaging and health information technology courses will be taught from Mount Laurel in the new Health Sciences Center. The building’s exterior will be enhanced and the entrance has been reoriented so it faces the rest of the campus.

Photo of new Health Sciences Center under construction

New degree program in Healthcare Informatics is coming fall 2017

In response to workforce demands, Rowan College at Burlington County will launch a new degree program in Healthcare Informatics this fall.

Photo of Maria Davis, former student in the Workforce Development Institute's Transportation, Logistics and Distribution program

RCBC Workforce Development Institute’s programs connect students with jobs

For most people, a career path is no longer a straight line, but a series of twists and turns that requires workers to use education to keep their skills in line with the modern workforce.

Rowan College at Burlington County is the perfect vehicle for people to transform themselves into a new career.

Photo of Mike Scanzano

Former professional athlete and Burlington County native named RCBC’s new baseball coach

Michael Scanzano, originally of Marlton and two-time All-Star with the Southern Illinois Miners, has been named the Rowan College at Burlington County Barons head baseball coach.
 

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