Congratulations on becoming a Baron!

Orientation is an essential part of your first-year experience, and we have designed special programs to help all students transition into campus life at RCBC. Attending a new college can be both stressful and exciting, and the Office of Student Life is here to support you during your first year and beyond.

Orientation is required for all first-time students at RCBC. We offer both in-person and virtual sessions throughout the year, so click the button below to register for an Orientation that works best for YOU!

We are here for you! If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to us at We can't wait to meet you!

Register for Orientation

If you're looking to sign up for your orientation program. Check out the link below to see your options.

Fall 2022 Orientation Dates

Wednesday, May 4th 5:30-6:30pm (Virtual)

Wednesday, June 8th 5:30-6:30pm (Virtual)

Additional Orientation sessions will be held throughout July and August. Click on "Register for an Orientation Session" above for available sessions!

Online Orientation is available year round in your BaronOne portal under the Comevo tile.

If you have specific questions about being a new student, you can always email

Welcome to RCBC - we look forward to meeting you!

Already attended orientation?

Here are your next steps to familiarize yourself with resources to help you be successful at RCBC.

RCBC Connect: Finance 101

Are you a new student with questions about how to pay your bill? Check out these sessions:

Tuesday, May 24 - 5 - 6pm (Virtual)

Wednesday, May 25 - 5 - 6pm (Virtual)

Thursday, May 26 - 5 - 6pm (In Person)

RCBC Connect: Academic Success 101

Looking for some quick tips on academic success and how to make the most of your first year? Check out these sessions:

Wednesday, August 10 - 5 - 6pm (Virtual)

Thursday, August 11 - 5 - 6pm (In Person)

New Student Check List
  • Review your admissions letter and complete next steps.


  • Complete your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) -  It’s free! To get started, click here.


  • Log into your BaronOne account and get ready to enroll! For next steps, click here.


  • Submit your transcripts - For next steps, click here.


  • Meet with an advisor - Create an academic plan and register for courses, click here.


  • Pay for your classes - Payment for classes is due within 7 days of registration. Payment plans are available. To learn more about paying for college, click here.


  • Sign up for an Orientation - All first-time students are required to participate in either an in-person or virtual orientation. To sign up, click here.


  • Textbooks - RCBC students are automatically enrolled in the Access program and pay a flat rate for their required books and course materials. To access course lists, click here.


  • Start connecting with us - As a Baron, you have plenty of opportunities to get involved on campus and have access to important resources. Through our clubs, organizations, and events, you’ll gain valuable skills, make new friends and have fun while you’re here! To find out more about Student Life, click here.
Common New Student Resources

Academic Advising

Connect with an advisor today! Choose a major, plan out courses, discuss transfer options and learn about options for achieving your educational and career goals. Our academic advisors are available for both in-person and virtual advising.

Click here to make an appointment today.

Basic Needs

Your academic success is only possible if your basic needs are met. If you have any difficulties regarding housing, food, or mental health, we are here to help. Click here to contact the Office of Student Support for assistance.


The RCBC bookstore provides a convenient one-stop-shop for students. We carry all required and recommended textbooks, school supplies, course materials, clothing, gift items and a variety of snacks and beverages. Students are automatically enrolled in the Access program, where students pay a flat rate ($21 per credit) for all of their books and course materials. This charge is included in their bill.

Click here for more information.

Career Services

Career Services is here to help you identify goals, interests, and values to plan a rewarding career.  Looking to become a student worker on campus? We offer resources for jobs and internships, resume and cover letter assistance, interview preparation, and professional networking.

Click here for more information.

Computer Labs

Student computer labs are available on the Mt. Laurel Campus.

Click here for more information.


The Educational Opportunity Fund Program (EOF) of Rowan College at Burlington County provides equitable access to higher education to eligible students who demonstrate great potential to succeed but may lack economic and academic resources. Our comprehensive program includes support in academics, personal growth, and leadership skills, as well as guidance in meeting individual transfer and career development goals.

Click here to find out if you are eligible.

Financial Aid

RCBC has a comprehensive financial aid program that includes scholarships, grants, loans, and work-study opportunities to assist students in meeting college costs. Funds come from many sources including state and federal governments, local businesses and industry, and civic organizations.

Click here for more information.

International Students

RCBC takes pride in providing quality education to all individuals at an affordable cost. The International Office oversees compliance and responsibility of financial support, academic progress and immigration status with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service.

Click here if you are an international student looking for more information.


The RCBC Library is located on the second floor of the Student Success Center and offers a wide variety of academic resources.

Click here for more information or to chat with a librarian.

Military Education & Veteran Services

The Military Education & Veteran Services office provides information and assistance to student veterans and community residents for any benefits available from the Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA). If you are a veteran, dependent of a deceased or disabled veteran, active-duty military member or dependent, you may be eligible to receive monthly educational assistance from the Veterans Administration while enrolled at RCBC.

Click here for more information.

NJ Stars

Were you ranked in the top 15% of your class at the end of junior or senior year?  You could be eligible to attend RCBC for five full semesters tuition FREE! The New Jersey Student Tuition Assistance Reward Scholarship (NJ Stars) is a program created by the State of New Jersey to provide high-achieving students easier access to higher education.

Click here to find out if you are eligible.

Office of Student Accounts

The Office of Student Accounts offers a variety of payment options and plans to meet the needs of all students. We accept payments for credit and non-credit tuition and fees, fines, and other miscellaneous fees. We process refunds and sell tickets for special events.

Click here for more information.

Office of Student Support

Click here if you are a new student with a disability and want to receive academic accommodations for your classes and/or placement test.

Public Safety

The Public Safety department is committed to enhancing the quality of life on campus by keeping our community safe.

Click here for information regarding parking, student ID cards, and our Campus Safety Guide.

Student Help Desk

The Student Help Desk is available to assist students with their BaronOne portal, self-service, student email, and other online accounts.

Click here for more information. 

Student Life

The Office of Student Life offers a variety of ways to have fun on campus. You can attend a campus activity, participate in a student club, or join us on an off-campus trip.

Click here to get involved.

Student Success Coaching

Not sure how to study? Stressed about tests? Do you know what you want to achieve, but not sure how? Success Coaching can help you create an achievement plan that works for you!

Click here to start your success today.

Tutoring Center

We offer both virtual and in-person tutoring for all currently enrolled RCBC students, at no additional cost.

Click here for more information.

Frequently Asked Questions

What should I bring to Orientation?

The following items are suggested to have with you during your session to ensure that we can provide the highest level of service to you during your Orientation experience:

Your smartphone - If you own a smartphone, please bring it with you to Orientation. We will show you how to access your student information, as well as other relevant RCBC resources on and off campus.

A notebook and pen - We’ll go over A LOT of information, and you’ll want to take good notes.

Optional - Bring photo identification and your vehicle registration if you plan to pick up your Student ID and Parking Pass after Orientation.


Who do I contact if I need to reschedule my Orientation?

Please contact the Orientation Team by email at


How do I request accommodations?

For Disability Services questions or to request accommodations, please contact The Office of Student Support at