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Regina Reed
Regina Reed

“I have been impressed with the growth of RCBC and their partnership with Rowan University, as well as the variety of degrees offered,” Reed said. “I would like to continue to champion the diverse representation of students in the variety of curricula. I would also like to work toward building an aquatics center that includes an indoor track to be used by students and county residents.”

Wednesday, March 16, 2022
Owen Taylor
Owen Taylor

“I’ve heard from many students, faculty and staff who cannot wait for their first cup of Saxbys coffee served up by Rowan College at Burlington County students who are honing their entrepreneurial skills,” said RCBC President Dr. Michael A. Cioce. “Congratulations to Owen Taylor who will be the first student CEO to open a cafe at a community college and providing another example of how our students make RCBC the number one community college in New Jersey.”

Monday, March 14, 2022
Chaunce Foster
Chaunce Foster

“RCBC has the 3+1 program, and it was an institute where I knew that I would be known by my name and not just a numbered student,” Chaunce said. “My whole experience has been exceptional here. I can say that not every class that I have taken was overly exciting, but I find at least a few golden nuggets in everything I do. The culinary experience has definitely been an exciting journey for me.”

Thursday, March 10, 2022
Marion Akins
Marion Akins

“In comparison to other colleges I researched, Rowan College at Burlington County was affordable,” Marion said. “I also qualified for several grants through RCBC, and my first semester of classes really piqued my interest. I realized ‘I like this. I’m doing very well here.’”

Tuesday, March 8, 2022
man celebrating his graduation
man celebrating his graduation

“Student success is our number one goal,” RCBC President Dr. Michael A. Cioce said. “When students can earn both an associate and bachelor’s degree in relevant career paths without incurring crippling debt, we’ve done our job as a college. I look forward to expanding our 3+1 program offerings and continuing to offer a solution to student debt.” 

Monday, February 28, 2022
Diana Walker stirring chili
Diana Walker stirring chili

“I heard about RCBC from a friend, and one day I decided to stop by and ask about the English courses. I had a good adviser; I am very thankful because I improved my English, and I found a better job. RCBC has great English professors, and that made me decide to pursue a career.”

Tuesday, February 22, 2022
Briana Rivera
Briana Rivera

“During the Deborah internship program, I was able to work in the kitchen consistently preparing food to exact standards and nutrition, serving the employees in the café and even had the opportunity to interact with many of the patients,” Rivera shared. “It was intriguing for me to be able to work with these specific menus for patients' needs, diets and restrictions.”

Thursday, February 17, 2022
Barry standing in front of the Student Success Center
Barry standing in front of the Student Success Center

Rowan College at Burlington County will offer summer courses to all students at just $95 per credit. This exciting new rate marks the lowest in the region. 

Wednesday, February 16, 2022
Hannah Marthaler
Hannah Marthaler

“You would not believe how many classes I’ve taken at RCBC that correspond directly to my job,” Koger said. “I find myself using my golden phrase ‘I did this in class; let me use it as a reference’ often. So, seeing this all in action only made me more driven and increased my tenacity toward learning, which has brought me to where I am today.” 

Tuesday, February 15, 2022

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