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Burlington County Seeks Future Start-Up Business Stars

Students and military members, who are aspiring entrepreneurs, will compete to be Burlington County College’s Future Start-Up Star in a business plan contest sponsored by Burlington County College (BCC), the Burlington County Board of Chosen Freeholders and TD Bank.

BCC Named Top Military Friendly School for 2014

Military Advanced Education (MAE) has named Burlington County College (BCC) a Top Military-Friendly College in its 2014 Guide to Military-Friendly Colleges & Universities.

Guaranteed Job Interview with Two New BCC Courses

Two new professional development courses at Burlington County College (BCC) come with a guaranteed job interview with Radwell International Inc., a worldwide and growing automation company based in Lumberton, NJ.

BCC Board of Trustees Selects Officers

The Burlington County College (BCC) Board of Trustees organized for the 2013-2014 academic year on Tuesday, selecting George Nyikita Chair.

Nyikita has led the board since May when previous Chair Joseph R. Malone was elected to the Bordentown City Commission.

Winter Break Notice

Burlington County College (BCC) will close during winter break from Tuesday, Dec. 24 through Wednesday, Jan. 1.

The college will gladly assist you in-person through Monday, Dec. 23, or when it reopens on Thursday, Jan. 2.

All-American & All-Region Soccer Players Named

Burlington County College (BCC) defender Jack Verth was named to the First Team of 2013 National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Division I All-Americans, the first Baron to earn the distinction in 17 years.

Cookie Drop

Lady Barons Donate to JBMDL Operation Cookie drop

Burlington County College’s (BCC) women’s soccer team baked and collected more than 1,000 cookies for the Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst’s Operation Cookie Drop—a community service project that distributes cookies to dorm residents and troops mobilizing and demobilizing at the Joint Base during the holidays.

BCC Foundation Awards Scholarships to 180 students

The Burlington County College (BCC) Foundation has awarded 180 need-based scholarships for the spring 2014 semester – a dramatic increase from last semester.

The number of awards is up substantially from the fall. More than half of the total, 99, are first-time recipients.

New Green Pathways Dual Credit Agreement

Burlington County College (BCC) has formed a “Green Pathways Dual Credit Agreement” with Middlesex County Vocational and Technical Schools (MCVTS) to meet the demand for the college’s growing green degree programs and the need for skilled workers in this industry.

Off-Campus Housing Service for Landlords & Students

Burlington County College’s (BCC) new off-campus housing service can connect local landlords and BCC students looking for rental units, making it the first community college in New Jersey to partner with Places4Students.com.


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