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RCBC Celebration of Transformation events showcase the new Mount Laurel, Mount Holly and Willingboro campuses

The Student Success Center transformation at Rowan College at Burlington County's new Mount Laurel Campus.

Rowan College at Burlington County will celebrate its transformation into the number one community college in the state and modern model of higher education with a series of free events from Aug. 29 to Oct. 21 to highlight its new campuses, amenities and offerings.

RCBC has created the ultimate full-service campus experience in Mount Laurel that includes a new state-of-the-art Student Success Center and Health Sciences Center, and a completely redesigned campus quad. The complete transformation, which includes improvements in every building, took less than two years to complete.

“Rowan College at Burlington County’s transformation is stunning and is a beautiful addition to our county that the entire community can be proud of,” said Burlington County Freeholder Director Bruce Garganio. “The Freeholder Board commends everyone involved in the campus’ transformation and creating this opportunity for our residents. Students in Burlington County can further their education and take advantage of these new state-of-the-art-facilities while paying the most affordable tuition in the State. I encourage everyone to come see the amazing changes at Rowan College at Burlington County.”

To see a complete list of RCBC Celebration of Transformation events, or to RSVP, please visit rcbc.edu/celebration.

“The new Rowan College at Burlington County Mount Laurel Campus rivals those at any four-year university across the nation,” said RCBC President Paul Drayton. “The Campus offers a modernized, student-centered experience that will better serve the entire college community and we are excited to share our progress with the entire community we serve.”

In addition to the Mount Laurel Campus transformation, RCBC made improvements to its Mount Holly Campus, Willingboro Campus and Joint Base Campus.

The Mount Holly Campus is becoming a cultural hub for the historic downtown area. The college is moving the student art gallery to the front of the building and several of its fine art programs to the facility to be with the college’s culinary program.

The Willingboro and Joint Base campuses now feature a new Classroom to Career model that better serves adult learners and makes it easier for them to earn degrees in growing careers.  

RCBC is inviting the community to the Celebration of Transformation events to experience the exciting changes on its growing college campuses. All events are free and open to the public:

  • Tuesday, Aug. 29 – Unveiling of the new Health Sciences Center, including a live emergency simulation involving multiple Health Sciences programs and Virtua’s Paramedic Science, on the Mount Laurel Campus from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. (program starts at 5:30 p.m.).
  • Tuesday, Sept. 12 – First Presidential Lecture Series featuring Ndaba Mandela, grandson of Nelson Mandela, at the Votta Hall Auditorium on the Mount Laurel Campus at 7 p.m.
  • Wednesday, Sept. 27 – First Networking at Night business leader speaking series with CEO of Maximum Leverage Solutions, a technology and digital marketing company, Navarrow Wright will celebrate the Classroom to Career model at the Willingboro Campus at 6:30 p.m.   
  • Sunday, Oct. 1 – RCBC Fest, a community celebration of the new Mount Laurel Campus with activities for families as well as an open house for future students from noon to 4 p.m.
  • Saturday, Oct. 21 – RCBC Arts Party, an open house that celebrates the fine arts programs at the Mount Holly Campus from noon to 4 p.m. This event is running in conjunction with Main Street Mount Holly’s 15th annual Car Show that will be held along High Street in the historic downtown. 

For more information about RCBC’s Celebration of Transformation events or to RSVP, please visit rcbc.edu/celebration.

Pictured: Rowan College at Burlington County's Mount Laurel Campus transformation includes a new state-of-the-art Student Success Center, which will be open in time for the start of the fall term.