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Rebecca Scott

Bolt for Becky 5K race supports first responder memorial scholarship at RCBC

The Rowan College at Burlington County Foundation, which raises funds to support scholarships for RCBC students, and the Scott family are hosting the third annual Bolt for Becky 5K race in memory of RCBC alumna, firefighter and paramedic Rebecca “Becky” Scott on Sunday, April 28 at the college’s Mount Laurel Campus.

Eric Shaw at NCAS in 2016

RCBC alum and aerospace scholar

Since graduating from RCBC, Eric Shaw has been continuing his education at Rowan University. Shaw is currently enrolled full-time and is pursuing his bachelor’s in Physics, and is looking forward to graduation in the spring of 2020.

RCBC Graduates

Economists: RCBC’s impact exceeds $500 million annually

Every dollar invested in Rowan College at Burlington County returns more than $20 in student income, tax revenue and societal benefits, according to a new economic modeling study completed by Emsi, an international labor market analytics firm.

Ann McCollum

RCBC alumna follows her own motherly advice to college

When raising her two sons, Ann McCollum always stressed the importance of a college education before she took her own advice and earned her degree at Rowan College at Burlington County in 2002.

Academic Advisor, Kate Gonzalez with student Amani Edwards

RCBC’s ACE program boosts struggling students’ grades

A new Rowan College at Burlington County (RCBC) student success initiative geared to help struggling students has taken some from the verge of academic dismissal to the Dean’s list.

Mathemagician Arthur Benjamin

RCBC presents Mathemagician Arthur Benjamin

Rowan College at Burlington County’s Mu Alpha Theta Math Club and the Office of Student Life, invite the community to an evening of Mathemagics on Friday, April 12, by Dr. Arthur Benjamin who has gained national acclaim for his ability to quickly perform complex computations in his head.

James Keenan and Ilona Litvinas

RCBC student pops the question on campus. She says…?

You may not associate linear algebra with romance, but for RCBC students James Keenan and Ilona Litvinas it sparked something that has now come full circle.

“She was sitting outside and caught my eye,” James said about their mutual class in 2016. “So I asked her for help with my math homework and we went out to lunch.”

Photo of D'Jana Wyllis

RCBC student is among the top community college scholars in the country

Shortly before the start of the fall 2017 semester, D’Jana Wyllis arrived in New Jersey from her home in the Commonwealth of Dominica, an island of lush mountainous rainforests with many rare plants, animal and bird species. That transition became very difficult a few weeks later when a hurricane devastated the island back home and Wyllis couldn’t communicate with her family.

Heather Casparro

Proud mother, wife and child advocate

Heather Casparro graduated from RCBC in May 2018 with an associate degree in Human Services with a perfect 4.0 GPA, she is currently serving as an Alumni Trustee. In the fall Casparro will be finishing her bachelor’s in Behavioral Sciences from Wilmington University, where she has also achieved straight A’s and recognition on the dean’s list.

Tyler Burrell

From Rowan to an Ivy League law school

Tyler Burrell has a knack for making the most out of his opportunities.

His decision to attend Rowan College at Burlington County in 2014 allowed him to earn a high-quality degree, experience a vibrant campus life while staying at home where he became involved in the Delran community including the school board, town government and volunteerism.

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