Educational Opportunity Fund Program

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Alumni Highlights

Stay Connected!

As a graduate of the EOF program, there are many ways that you can stay connected. From attending events to becoming a mentor, you can play a vital role in the success of our students.

A few EOF alumni highlights are listed below. If you would like to get involved, share your updated information, or should you have any questions, kindly contact the EOF office at


Keith Anderson - Class of 2011
After completing his associate degree at RCBC in 2011, Keith Anderson, a member of the Phi Theta Kappa and Chi Alpha Epsilon National Honor societies, transferred to Rutgers University in New Brunswick to major in journalism. Currently, he is employed at KYW-TV in Philadelphia.
Ashwani Gupta - Class of 2013

Ashwani Gupta graduated with honors from RCBC in 2013 and transferred to the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences.  Ashwani, who was recently inducted into Rho Chi National Honor Society for pharmacy majors, plans to become a pharmacist after completing his studies in May 2016.   
Pankaj Gupta - Class of 2013
Pankaj, who is Ashwani's older brother, earned an Associate of Applied Science in Radiography at RCBC and then transferred to Drexel University on RCBC's Mount Laurel campus. Pankaj is now employed in the radiology department at Virtua Health.
Anthony Caruso, III - Class of 2013
Anthony graduated from RCBC with multiple degrees and transferred to The College of New Jersey (TCNJ).  A sports enthusiast, Anthony aspires to become an ESPN sports writer upon completion of his baccalaureate degree at TCNJ in May 2016.
Jasmarie Arce - Class of 2014
As an EOF student at RCBC, Jasmarie was one of just two EOF students in the state to receive the Educational Opportunity Fund Student Alumni Association award. She is currently enrolled at Rutgers University in Camden and plans to complete her bachelor's degree in social work in May 2016.
Stacey Zenszer - Class of 2015
Former RCBC Campus Ambassador and EOF honor student, Stacey Zenser earned her associate degree in liberal arts in May 2015 and is now enrolled at Rowan University as a marketing and advertising major. Stacey expects to graduate in May 2017.