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BCC Students Among Top State Community College Scholars

Two Burlington County College (BCC) honor students will be recognized among the state’s top community college scholars at the New Jersey Council of County Colleges’ 20th annual Phi Theta Kappa Day (PTK) celebration, Thursday, May 1, at the Lafayette Yard Hotel in Trenton.

Green Felt - Karin Laning

Student Art & Design Exhibition and Fashion Show

The Burlington County College (BCC) Student Art Gallery and BCC art faculty present the finest BCC student art at the 15th Annual Student Art & Design Exhibition, which includes a special informal fashion show, presented by BCC’s fashion design program at the exhibit’s opening on Friday, May 2 at the gallery on 1 High Street.

Dr. Beverly Richardson Receives County Proclamation

Dr. Beverly Richardson, Vice President of Special Projects at Burlington County College (BCC) received a proclamation from the Burlington County Board of Chosen Freeholders for her recent induction into the New Jersey Women’s Hall of Fame.

New Agreement Brings Rutgers Business Degree to BCC

Students can now earn a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Rutgers University at Burlington County College (BCC) with a new agreement signed between BCC and the Rutgers School of Business–Camden.

Current Commencement Ceremony Information

BCC's 44th Annual Commencement Ceremony will be held on Saturday, May 17 at 10 a.m. under the tent on BCC's Pemberton campus, 601 Pemberton Browns Mills Road.

Proposed FY15 Budget Highlights Academics, Workforce Development & Technology

Burlington County College’s (BCC) Fiscal Year 2015 budget approved Tuesday by the college’s Board of Trustees will improve student outcomes, increase job opportunities for students and bring 21st century technology and facilities while preserving the college’s commitment to high quality and affordable education.

David Spang

Dr. David Spang Named Interim President of BCC

Burlington County College’s (BCC) chief academic officer, Dr. David Spang, has been appointed Interim President of the college by the BCC Board of Trustees effective March 20.

Spang, has served as Provost – the college’s second ranking position – since the post was created last April.

Here - Jonathan Ricci

Employee & Alumni Showcase at Student Art Gallery

Pictured Here: “Covey” by Jonathan Ricci, Burlington County College (BCC) art adjunct faculty, will be one of the 79 pieces of BCC employee and alumni artwork featured in the latest Student Art Gallery exhibit opening Saturday, March 8.

Barons women's basketball team

Lady Barons No. 1 Seed in Region 19 Division II Basketball Tournament

Burlington County College’s (BCC) women’s basketball team will advance to the Region XIX Division II Women’s Basketball Tournament as the No. 1 seeded team. The Lady Barons will play Manor College on Thursday, Feb. 27 at 3:45 p.m. at Brookdale Community College.

BCC Board of Trustees Chair Issues Statement on President Hespe

Burlington County College (BCC) Board of Trustees Chairman George Nyikita issued the following statement on Governor Christie’s nomination of BCC President David Hespe for New Jersey Education Commissioner:

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