As a graduate of the EOF program, there are many ways that you can stay connected. From attending events to becoming a mentor, you can play a vital role in the success of our students.

A few EOF alumni highlights are listed below. If you would like to get involved, share your updated information, or should you have any questions, kindly contact the EOF office at eof@rcbc.edu.

Anthony Caruso, III graduated in 2013 with multiple degrees and transferred to The College of New Jersey (TCNJ). Anthony, a sports enthusiast, completed his bachelor's degree at TCNJ in May 2016. He owns a news website, Capital Sports Report. 

Ashwani Gupta graduated with honors in 2013 and transferred to the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences where he was inducted into the Rho Chi National Honor Society for Pharmacy majors. Dr. Ashwani Gupta, PharmD, successfully completed his studies and is now employed at Walgreens in Raleigh North Carolina. He plans to enter medical school in the future. 

Jasmarie Arce graduated in 2014 and transferred to Rutgers University in Camden, where she completed both her bachelor's and master's degrees in Social Work. Jasmarie is employed as an EOF recruiter at Rowan College of Gloucester County. 

Ralph Dayougar graduated in 2016 and transferred to Rowan University where he completed his bachelor’s degree in Psychology. Ralph earned his master’s in public administration from Rutgers-Camden, and is employed as a contract Specialist with the United States Defense Logistics Agency. 

Patience R. Clinton graduated in 2016, with honors, and transferred to Thomas Jefferson University where she received a full scholarship. In 2018, Patience completed her Bachelor of Science in Nursing is employed as a Registered Nurse (RN). She is continuing her studies to become a Nurse Practitioner. 

Khaliyah Leach completed her associate degree in 2017 with honors, and entered the college's 3+1 degree program. She graduated magna cum laude from Rowan University in 2019, with a dual major in advertising and public relations. 

Sarika Blackman graduated with honors in 2019 with her associate degree in Business Administration and transferred to Wilmington University. Sarika, originally from Guyana, completed her requirements to become a U.S. citizen shortly before her Green Card was due to expire.