It's your time. 

If you haven’t taken a course in years, are nervous about going back to school or are concerned about time and money, RCBC understands what’s important to you.

With flexible class offerings and multiple degree options, we offer the education you need to advance in your career, switch careers or complete a degree.

Why should I choose RCBC?
  • Small class sizes 

  • Courses offered days, nights, weekends and online

  • Select associate degree programs offered 100% online

  • 60+ degree and certificate programs

  • 2 convenient locations (Mount Laurel and Mount Holly) as well as online
  • FREE tutoring and career services

Will RCBC accept previous college or work experience?

Previous credits do not expire!

  • RCBC accepts up to 45 previous college credits. Transfer credits must:

    • Have a grade of “C” or better 

    • Come from a regionally-accredited institution 

  • Evaluated foreign transcript from a NACES member organization
  • Official military transcripts
  • College Level Examination Program (CLEP) scores
  • Advanced Placement (AP) scores
  • Prior Learning Assessment Portfolio Evaluation
    Through Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) Portfolio Evaluation, students may earn college credit for life and work experience. PLA credits can be awarded to students who demonstrate mastery of the Course Learning Outcomes for courses in their declared programs using documented work or other experience. For more information, visit
How do I apply?

Students can apply to RCBC by filling out our free application online at The same application is used for students looking to only take a few classes, complete a certificate program or completing a full associates degree!

Within 1-2 business days, applicants will receive an acceptance email with their RCBC student ID, BaronOne login, and next steps. Make sure to check spam/junk folders in your email account if you do not see the acceptance email.

Students who need their acceptance email resent can submit a request here.

How do I send my transcripts?

Students should send their official high school transcript along with any college/university transcripts, test scores (if applicable) and/or documentation via the following methods:

Mail to:

Rowan College at Burlington County
Office of Outreach and Admissions
900 College Circle
Mount Laurel, NJ 08054

Email: (NOTE – this should only be used for high school transcripts being sent DIRECTLY from the high school. No other transcripts/test scores will be considered official if sent to this address by the student)


If your previous institution has the ability to send electronic transcripts to RCBC, we will accept them.

How do I determine my placement for English and math?

If you do not have college credit that will transfer in to fulfill the requirement, you may be required to complete a placement exam(s) depending on your program. Information on the placement process can be found at

How do I choose courses?

Once you have completed the steps above, you can meet with an Academic Advisor to discuss your academic plan and courses. Our Academic Advisors are available in-person at our Mount Laurel Campus as well as virtually.

To view current hours, or to make an appointment, visit their site at

How do I register?

Students can register themselves through their BaronOne portal or they can work with our Registration Office at the Mount Laurel Campus.

For more information about Registration, including their in-person and virtual hours, visit their site at

Tuition and fee information can be found at The cost for a semester/term depends on the number of credits a student is enrolled for along with the type of course(s).

Paying for courses

Information on paying a bill, including setting up a payment plan, can be found at Students are required to ensure that one of the following is done before the payment deadline for the semester/term that they are enrolling in (failure to complete one of the options below will result in being dropped for non-payment):
- Pay in full
- Enroll in a payment plan
- Have an established financial aid package
- Have an established paying third party or sponsorship

Students interested in Financial Aid need to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at RCBC’s school code is 007730. Additional information on the FAFSA process can be found at

NOTE – If you do not plan to attend RCBC after you register for course, it is your responsibility to ensure that you are fully withdrawn from all of your courses. This can be done with our Registration Office.

Do I need immunizations?

The State of New Jersey requires all full-time (12 or more credits), degree seeking students to provide proof of immunizations against measles, mumps, rubella, meningococcal and hepatitis b. Proof of immunizations should be certificated by your health care provider utilizing the “Certificate of Immunization” form, which can be obtained from the College at

Students who are exempt from the immunization requirements on grounds of medical contraindication, religious reasons, or age (students born before 1957 are exempt from MMR requirements only), should submit the “Certificate of Immunization”, indicating the type of exemption, along with supporting documentation as required.

Student may be admitted and enrolled on a provisional basis for their first term if required immunization documentation is not available at the time of registration.