RCBC is committed to supporting all members of our LGBTQ+ community.

We welcome and celebrate our LGBTQ+ students and seek to provide a safe and comfortable environment for learning and leading.

On-Campus Resources

Gender Neutral Restrooms

Gender neutral restrooms are available on the Mount Laurel Campus.

  • Student Success Center 
    • First floor, main lobby area by the dining area.
    • First floor, EOF office.
  • Votta Hall
    • First floor, Room 163, behind auditorium area.

Student Success Center map

Votta Hall map


LGBTQmmunity Student Organization

RCBC's LGBTQmmunity Student Organization is available to join through the Office of Student Life. Join by logging into your BaronOne account and clicking the Campus Labs tile.

For more information about student clubs email studentlife@rcbc.edu.

Options for Chosen Names

We know being called by the right name is important in feeling welcome and included in the RCBC, and any, community. Our chosen name procedure has been put into place to reflect a student’s chosen name where we are able to. Visit the chosen name website for more information.

Additional Mental Health Support

Need additional support?

For counseling resources at RCBC, visit rcbc.edu/counseling.

Additional mental health resources are available at rcbc.edu/student-support/mental-health.

Addressing Campus Concerns

At Rowan College at Burlington County, students are expected to be responsible members of the college community, respect their fellow students and employees at the institution, and ​abide by the guidelines set forth in the college's Code of Conduct. Issues concerning student misconduct are addressed in a fair and impartial process designed to educate students on the implications of their behavior on their future college and career goals. 

Details on the student rights and responsibilities and the Code of Conduct.

If you have had an experience that you see as a violation of the Student Code of Conduct or our Civility Policy, you can report the activity for an investigation. Investigations start with Public Safety and can be reported by emailing publicsafety@rcbc.edu or calling (856) 222-9311, ext. 2100.

Students can also confidentially report incidents through counseling sessions with the Office of Student Support.  No action will be taken on confidential reporting unless (1) the student requests the next step or (2) there is a threat to the student, other individuals, or the campus. Confidential counseling services are available.

Off-Campus Resources

The Trevor Project
(866) 488-7386

GLBT National Hotline
1 (888) 843-4564

Kaleidoscope LGBTQ Youth Support Hotline
1 (800) 255-4213

RCBC is committed to supporting all students. 

Students, local officials and RCBC president at RCBC's Pride Day Event