Campus Transformation

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Transformation Highlights

Health Sciences Center

Health Sciences Center

The Health Sciences Center houses the college's growing nursing, dental hygiene, paramedic science, exercise science, imaging and health information technology programs.

It offers students state-of-the-art equipment and simulators to prepare them for real-world conditions. The center highlights the college's unique partnership with Virtua and represents the future of healthcare education in Burlington County.

  • Over 41,000 square feet.
  • Other insturctional areas include the Dental Clinic, Radiography, and Sonography suites along with the hospital bed and ambulance simulations for Nursing and EMT.


Evans Hall

Evans Hall

The business outreach and educational programs divisions of the Workforce Development Institute, Public Safety and the Office of Information Technology have moved into this building.

Administrative offices including Strategic Marketing and Communications, Finance, Administration and Human Resources, will be located here.


Laurel Hall

Laurel Hall, Liberal Arts Division

The Liberal Arts division offices and most classes are located in Laurel Hall. Liberal Arts includes a number of programs and courses such as English, psychology and business. Learn more at


TEC Building

TEC Building, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Division

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) division offices and most classes are located in the TEC Building. STEM includes engineering, biology and culinary arts. Learn more at

Votta Hall

Votta Hall

The President's Office and all of senior leadership are located on the second floor.

The second floor will also include additional administrative offices, including the RCBC Foundation.

The bottom floor houses several multi-purpose classrooms including music. The building includes a beautiful auditorium with more than 500 seats, which is perfect for artistic performances or large gatherings.


Science Building

Science Building, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Division

This building remains dedicated to science with new geo-science and marine science labs.

Central Energy Plant

Central Energy Plant, Facilities

This building is home to the facilities department with a small addition to the front of the building and a covered area to the side to park college vehicles.




Athletic programs remain an important part of RCBC’s student experience and all teams will transition to Mount Laurel as a separate portion of the transformation plan.

The college is working on a plan to create world-class athletic fields, and a fieldhouse, in Mount Laurel that will also support many regional youth teams.

The college is working to establish a partnership that would keep the swimming pool open in Pemberton, but no final decisions about the aquatics programs have been made.


Mount Holly Center

Mount Holly Center, Fine Arts and the Culinary Center.

Several art programs, including the college’s culinary program, create an outstanding cultural experience in historic downtown Mount Holly.

The student art gallery moved from the rear of the building to the front of the old bank hall to give it a better presence for walk-ins and add ambiance to the streetscape.

The fine arts studio, graphic design and fashion design are housed in the upstairs of the building.


Willingboro Center/Joint Base MDL

Willingboro Campus and Joint Base Campus

There are no changes planned for these two important college centers.

The Willingboro Campus is the future of the higher education for businesses and their employees.

RCBC's Classroom to Career certificates are exclusively offered at this location and allow students to obtain stackable credentials that make getting a degree more manageable.

  • 29,000 square feet.
  • 7 Classroom to Career certificate programs.




While academic classes have transitioned to Mount Laurel, a few administrative offices and athletics remain in Pemberton.

The college has partnerships with several community groups that are using the campus and continues to work with key stakeholders to develop a long-term use for the campus that will benefit students, taxpayers and the local communities.