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Photo of newly-renamed Votta Hall seen from the campus quad

RCBC renames Enterprise Center after Votta family

In honor of the generous family who owned the land where Rowan College at Burlington County now grows, the college is dedicating and renaming the Mount Laurel Campus’ Enterprise Center to Votta Hall. 

Photo of construction of the campus quad

No tuition or fee increase in Rowan College at Burlington County’s budget

New Jersey’s top-ranked community college will remain its most affordable under a budget proposal approved by the Rowan College at Burlington County (RCBC) Board of Trustees.

Photo of Moustafa Aldouri

Iraqi refugee finds success at Rowan College at Burlington County

Rowan College at Burlington County’s commencement ceremony celebrated the success of more than 1,300 students, including Moustafa Aldouri, who had earned his degree despite experiencing great trauma.

Photo from Franklin Birch's speech at the 2017 Commencement Ceremony

Military career exposes RCBC 2017 valedictorian to a world of opportunities

U.S. Army veteran, Franklin Marvin Birch, not only set a record as Rowan College at Burlington County’s oldest valedictorian, at age 62, he also inspired students with his commencement speech that was about a memorable wounded soldier whom he had met during his time at Walter Reed Army Medical Center.

Pictured: Virtua Fitness Center Trainers Zachary Lanham & Lauren Domzalski

Rowan College at Burlington County, Virtua announce new career path in exercise and wellness

Rowan College at Burlington County (RCBC), in partnership with Virtua, will be offering an associate degree program in Exercise Science Health and Wellness Promotion that will provide a seamless transfer to Rowan University and access to growing field of personal fitness.

Pictured: 2017 Valedictorian Franklin Birch

RCBC brings Classroom to Career to Joint Base Campus

Striving to better serve military members, veterans, their spouses and Department of Defense civilians, Rowan College at Burlington County (RCBC) announced major changes to its Joint Base Campus that will make it easier for adult learners to complete degrees in growing careers.

Pictured: classroom photo of Virtua’s Emergency Medical Technician course at RCBC

Virtua and RCBC achieve 100 percent success rate for EMT certification

All 26 students in Virtua’s Emergency Medical Technician course at Rowan College at Burlington County (RCBC) who took the state’s certification test passed it – marking just the second time in 15 years the program has achieved a 100 percent passing rate.

Pictured: two RCBC students working in a science lab

New summer youth program exposes high school students to STEM and Healthcare careers

The Health/Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Career Exploration and College Exposure program, developed by HealthLink International in partnership with RCBC’s Workforce Development Institute and RCBC's STEM Division, will meet for 11 sessions to introduce students to several Healthcare and STEM fields as well as give high school students practical skills required in t

Pictured: Rowan College at Burlington County's new Culinary Arts Director Chef James Brudnicki works with RCBC student Demario Clarke in the college's Culinary Arts Center.

RCBC names Culinary Arts Director

Chef James Brudnicki, of Medford, has been named Rowan College at Burlington County’s new Culinary Arts Director, overseeing the culinary arts and pastry arts programs, part of RCBC’s Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) division, at the college’s state-of-the-art Culinary Arts Center in Mount Holly.

Pictured: RCBC students at commencement wearing caps and gowns

RCBC expands College Head Start program to include Burlington, Camden and Ocean County high schools

More high school students in southern New Jersey can begin earning college credit from the state’s top community college, Rowan College at Burlington County (RCBC), President Paul Drayton announced today.

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