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RCBC alumna, Jourdin Dewberry

Future mental health professional found self-confidence at RCBC

During her time at Rowan College at Burlington County, Jourdin Dewberry, of Willingboro, found the confidence to excel academically and achieve her goals.

125,000 Burlington County residents may qualify for free tuition

(Governor Murphy announced the free community college expansion at RCBC last May. From left to right: RCBC Student Erin Fintner, N.J. Higher Education Secretary Zakiya Smith Ellis, Governor Murphy, RCBC's mascot Barry, Higher Education Student Assistance Authority Executive Director David J. Socolow, and RCBC President Dr. Michael A. Cioce.)

RCBC to dedicate new Sculpture Walk on its Mount Laurel Campus

Rowan College at Burlington County will dedicate a new Sculpture Walk this month as part of its yearlong 50th anniversary effort to honor the college’s history while celebrating its future.

RCBC alumna founds nonprofit, earns 2019 Burlington County Outstanding Woman of the Year in Education

According to Rhonda Palmer’s high school yearbook, she wanted to be a doctor, teacher and lawyer. Although she didn’t check off all those boxes, her drive and determination over the years has enabled her to earn four degrees, visit five countries, help local youth and earn recognition as the 2019 Burlington County Outstanding Woman of the Year in Education. 

RCBC graduate turns fascination with human behavior into business career

Rowan College at Burlington County alumnus Blake Dunbar is intrigued by the human experience. Human behaviors, personalities, thoughts and emotions are just a handful of topics that drove him to pursue an education in psychology. 

The sweetest promise

I got married in the summer of 2008. That year, I truly became a foodie. My husband and I would explore various neighborhoods to find new and exciting restaurants, and eat some really excellent food!

Mitchell Biderberg

Re-engineering a better path at RCBC

Mitchell Biderberg, like many other Cherry Hill East graduates chose to go to a four-year college after high school. Biderberg chose Virginia Tech for their engineering program. After his first semester he decided engineering was not the right path for him and decided to come back home.

RCBC alumna enrolls at age 11, earns two degrees

It’s not unusual for students to get a head start toward their degree with Rowan College at Burlington County (RCBC). In fact, RCBC enrolls more than 1,000 students who are younger than 18-years-old every year.

RCBC’s Workforce Development Institute offers career training to underrepresented youth through hands-on summer initiative

It’s no secret that economic opportunity defines America and that the right career can determine your opportunity. However, an individual’s place of birth, socioeconomic status and access to resources too often determine their destiny and can serve as barriers to career readiness. 

Program Director of Radiography, Pamela Joseph

From Student to Educator

Pamela Joseph was part of the college’s first radiography class. She graduated from RCBC in 1989 with her associates degree in Radiography. She later earned her bachelor’s degree from Weidner University and her master’s degree from Midwestern State University.

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