Rowan College at Burlington County is committed to celebrating diversity and promoting the equitable treatment of our students, employees and broader community.

Ensuring our commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion requires more than just words. That’s why we’re building these values into the college’s strategic plan.

Here’s how you can help!

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Diverse group of hands putting their hands inJoin our President’s Advisory Council on Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

The President’s Advisory Council on Diversity, Equity & Inclusion will promote collaboration and communication by bringing together representatives from constituency groups from students, faculty & staff and the community to actualize RCBC’s diversity goals and objectives. The council advises the president regarding diversity issues, and serves the college's diverse populations by recommending coordinate institutional procedures that help achieve the objectives as outlined in the current strategic plan. 

* Members of the council will be selected by the president based on many factors that include, but are not limited to qualification, diversity expertise required to achieve council goals, leadership skills, and a willingness to commit time and effort toward achieving RCBC's diversity vision and serve a one year term.

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Our Students: Get Connected On Campus

If you’re a student and are looking to find peers with similar interests, consider one of our many student clubs.

Don’t see a club that fits your interests? Start your own. We’re always looking for more student leaders to flex their leadership skills and promote projects and ideals that are important to them.

Here are just a few from a long list of available clubs.

  • American Sign Language Club
  • Gay Straight Alliance
  • International Students Club

Student Resources

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Our Faculty & Staff: Get Involved

We are creating an inclusive and equitable campus and community climate that empowers RCBC to be an educational resource to the region. We would love input from our students, staff, faculty and community members on this topic. If you want to join this ongoing conversation, please contact us at

You can help by:

  • Volunteering at an event.

  • Conducting a training or lunch and learn.

  • Create an Employee Resource Group.

  • Serving as a mentor.

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Our Community: Get Informed

We offer a variety of services to support our diverse community throughout Burlington County.  In partnership with our county agencies, corporate partners and community advocates, we are a resource on diversity for our institution and our community.  Here are a few resources.