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Student Andwele Pizzaro

RCBC 3+1 student Andwele Pizzaro

After living in Brooklyn, New York, for most of his life, Andwele Pizzaro needed to make some adjustments when he moved to Mount Holly and enrolled in RCBC for a quality education that would be close to his new home. First, he got his driver’s license and then, thanks to RCBC’s affordability and his earnings from a part-time job, Andwele was able to buy a car. 

Marie Totzke

German alumna reflects on time at RCBC

Although a college education is free in Germany, Marie Totzke left her homeland to pursue an American education at Rowan College at Burlington County.

“It is free, but you don’t have those same kind of interactions or opportunities as you do in an American university,” said Totzke, 26.

A college of photos from the Fashion Noir fashion show

Fashion Noir

RCBC Fashion Club students and the founders of Atlantic City Fashion Week hosted an incredible Fashion Noir show, part of the college's Black History Month programming, on Wednesday, Feb. 13 in the Student Success Center.  

Lady Baron, Sophia Rogers

Lady Baron earns Woman of the Year

Rowan College at Burlington County (RCBC) Lady Baron, Sophia Rogers earned the Woman of the Year award at the New Jersey Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women’s National Girls and Women in Sports Day (NGWSD) awards luncheon on February 3 at Seton Hall University.

Molly Riffle

Northern Burlington County Regional High School student gets ahead with RCBC

Northern Burlington County Regional High School’s Molly Riffle got a jump-start on her future by taking college classes at Rowan College at Burlington County’s Mount Laurel Campus.

Celebration of Philanthropy graphic

A golden opportunity to help RCBC students through scholarships

Rowan College at Burlington County’s first 50th anniversary event is the Celebration of Philanthropy, which is the college Foundation’s principal fundraiser for student scholarships, on Thursday, Feb. 21 at The Merion in Cinnaminson.

Brian Donnelly

RCBC alumnus is a veteran, lawyer, councilman, and award-winning comic book writer

Veteran, lawyer, councilman, and award-winning comic book writer? RCBC alumnus Brian Donnelly is all that and more.

The Moorestown resident, who was recently elected to the Moorestown Town Council, has set grand, yet achievable goals since graduating from Rowan College at Burlington County in 1997 with an associate degree in criminal justice.

Students in an Engineering Lab

Rowan’s new Engineering Technology Dept. launches 3+1 programs to meet industry demand

Rowan University and Rowan College at Burlington County (RCBC) have announced two new 3+1 programs in engineering technology to meet the great demand for workers who are experts in the practical application of science and engineering concepts in the workplace.

Jessica O’Shea

Nursing student survives domestic violence, starts a path to a better future at RCBC

An arrest is what finally set her free.

Jessica O’Shea, an Army National Guard officer and domestic violence survivor, made strides to gain financial independence from her husband after being a stay at home mom to their four children for nearly a decade.

“I was in an abusive marriage for many, many years,” said O’Shea.

Alsatian Style Lentil, Cabbage, and Pork Stew

Mon choux, it’s stew!

Rowan College at Burlington County’s Culinary Arts Center in Mount Holly is hosting workshops based on regional French cuisine. Registration is now open at rcbc.edu/ppd.

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