Effective immediately the only on-campus service available to students is the Food Pantry, which is open on Tuesdays. All other in-person services are suspended.

To ensure the success of all of our students, the college is collecting available resources for easy access on this page.

Need help logging into your account?

For video instructions on how to log into your account, please click here.

For assistance resetting your BaronOne password, please submit a request through the Student Help Desk.

Need information about new grading, pass/no credit and withdrawal options?

Grading during RCBC’s emergency remote semester

This semester has provided unique challenges, and we want to make sure that you have every opportunity to succeed. For the spring 2020 semester, you may choose to accept traditional letter grades or pass/no credit for your work.

These options will have varying impacts, so please consult with your academic advisor before making a decision.

What are your options?

  • Withdraw. The college extended the withdrawal date to May 1 because of this semester’s unusual circumstances. A withdrawal does not factor into your grade point average and may be beneficial to students who know early on that they will not pass a course.
  • Continue with remote learning through the final exam. After your grades are posted you will have two options:
    1. Accept a letter grade. This is best for students who are pleased with their performance and intend to transfer to a four-year college.
    2. Choose pass/no credit. This is best for students who have not performed as well as expected during the transition. Please note that these course credits may not transfer to four-year colleges.
      • Students will earn a pass if they achieve a D or higher. Students who earn less than a D will receive no credit for the course. Neither pass nor no credit will count toward your GPA. You will have until Wednesday, May 20 to apply for pass/no credit. A digital form will be placed on this page before then.
      • Students should check with financial aid and/or student accounts for more details on the financial impact of this choice.
      • Health Sciences courses with a prefix of: DHY, DMS, EMS, HIT/HIM, MCR, NUR, PAR or RAD do not allow pass/no credit. Students can withdraw from these courses, but will receive a penalty because it’s passed the extended April 8 deadline. Check with your program director to learn how a withdrawal would affect you.  
Need to speak with advisor?

Academic advising is available through virtual walk-in Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 10 am - 4 pm and Wednesday with extended hours 10am - 6:30 pm.  Please visit rcbc.edu/virtual-walk-in for more information and to sign in during the hours listed above.

To meet with an advisor for EOF, NJ STARS and 3 + 1, click here for instructions on how to make an appointment using the Engage tile in BaronOne or reach out to us by email.


Need help with Blackboard or adjusting to learning online?

Blackboard Support
Short videos for students, showing how to use the most common tools are linked from the RCBC Study Online web page under the Blackboard Tutorials tab.  More complete playlists covering almost every aspect of the system can be found on this youtube playlist.

Blackboard offers 24/7/365 support by visiting the Blackboard Support Center or by calling (856) 222-9311, ext. 1790. Please note that the 24/7 Blackboard helpdesk can ONLY provide Blackboard support.  They can not assist with other technical support issues, such as access to BaronOne or publisher provided (Pearson, McGraw-Hill etc.) content. 

For tips on successfully studying online, visit our 5 Ways to Shine Online checklist.

The Office of Distance Education can also be reached by email to dlearn@rcbc.edu and a staff member will respond during normal operating hours.

Need tutoring support?

Tutoring is available online via the GradeResults platform. Accounts for this service are available by emailing the Learning Center at tcenters@rcbc.edu.

Need access to the internet?


If you need reliable internet access, students may park in Lot 4 (the staff lot between Laurel Hall and TEC) to use the college’s free Wi-Fi between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. Please remain in your car for social distancing. For our Mount Laurel campus map to reference this location, click here

*Comcast is offering a two free months of internet service for low-income families to help with the effects of the coronavirus. To learn more, click here.

*Rowan College at Burlington County may refer our visitors to an external site that contains additional resources. The links provided are done so as a benefit to our students and community. The college does not routinely screen, approve, review, or endorse the content, products, or services that may be offered on any external websites. As such, we cannot be held responsible for change of content, change of location, broken links, misinformation, or change in ownership of any third-party sites.

External sites do not adhere to the RCBC privacy policy, and may have their own privacy policies that are different from RCBC.

Need access to food?

Our food pantry hours will be determined on a weekly basis. For more information, click here.

Need help with financial aid?

Financial Aid support remains available by email at financialaid@rcbc.edu or you can schedule a virtual appointment by clicking here.

Need academic accomodations or counseling?

Students who need assistance with academic accommodations or counseling can reach the Office of Student Support by email at studentsupport@rcbc.edu.

Virtual appointments by phone and the web will be available via this email. One-to-one behavioral counseling requests can be made by clicking here.

Need help with registration?

Students with questions about registration can reach the Office of the Registrar by emailing registration@rcbc.edu.

Need help making a payment?

The Office of Student Accounts will be available to take credit card payments by phone by calling (856) 222-9311, ext. 1285.

In-person payments and other assistance can be accommodated by appointment.  Appointments can be scheduled by emailing studentaccounts@rcbc.edu

I'm unemployed, where can I get help finding a job?

Career Services can be contacted at careerservices@rcbc.edu.  To schedule appointment for remote appointments or create a new account, students need to go to rcbc.edu/careerlink, or sign in on their BaronOne if they have an existing account.   

With the recent surge in unemployment due to COVID-19, we've put together a collection of helpful resources/tools for anyone out there looking for a job. Whether you are an RCBC student or a member of the Burlington County community, please see our COVID-19 Unemployment Resources page.

Need access to library resources?

Student can access off-campus library resources by using their library barcode (14-digit number beginning with 23072) and PIN (usually the last four digits of the phone number you provided to the library.) 

These credentials must be verified annually by library staff, and renewed every three years. 

If you have NOT accessed library resources from off-campus in the past 12 months, or don't know your barcode or PIN, please contact the RCBC library to verify your credentials BEFORE you need them.

Many library resources are available online. If you need assistatnce contact the Library at library@rcbc.edu or by texting AskRCBC to 66746 or by live chat. Visit the library website for more information.

Need free access to Microsoft Office 365?

Students can sign up for Microsoft Office 365 Education for free, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Access, plus additional classroom tools. Use your RCBC email address to get started today. 

There are two easy steps to create your Office 365 account:

  1. Create an account using your RCBC email address by clicking here.
  2. Once you have created your account, you need to submit your RCBC activation request through this form to validate eligibility.

Your use of Microsoft’s Office 365 suite of apps is supported directly by Microsoft, not the RCBC OIT department. You can also find helpful tips and training at the Office 365 Training Center.

Need something from the bookstore?

The RCBC Bookstore will offer free shipping on return rentals. 

Read Follett's Consumer Impact FAQ (PDF)

Contact the bookstore by calling (856) 222-0050, emailing bookstore@rcbc.edu or visit Bookstore website.

How do I return rented text books at the end of the semester?

Rental Textbook Due Date
The due date to return rental textbooks is May 11 (the last day of exams).

Return via FedEx
Students can return textbooks with FedEx, if you do not have a printer you can print the label at FedEx. To learn more visit the Bookstore website.

Write your return address on the shipping label. Shipping instructions are included on the packing slip. To avoid late fees, your shipment must be submitted at a location which accepts FedEx GROUND packages before or on your rental due date. Dropping your GROUND shipment in an express box will cause delays and assessment of late fees.  

Return via the No Contact Drop Box on the Mount Laurel Campus
Students have the option to return their textbooks through a no contact drop box on campus. The white drop box is located between the Student Success Center and the Science Building, labeled Library Drop Box. 

Rentals returned in the drop box:

  • Must be tied in a plastic bag.
  • The bag must include the textbooks along with one of the following:
    • The packing list.
    • The student name, email address and phone number written legibly on paper.

Please note if all of the required information is not included, the bookstore staff will not be able to check the books in as returned.

Extending Rental Period or Purchase Your Rental
For many of our titles, you may further extend your rental period for a full term, or purchase your rental.

If you have an account you can do this by:

  1. Access the Bookstore Website
  2. Going to your account page
  3. Click to view your Order History
  4. Click on the Order Number containing your rental item(s)
  5. Under Rental Status, you may select to check in, extend the rental period, or purchase the title(s) a full-term, or purchase your rental.
Need support as an international student?

International Students can schedule a virtual appointment by clicking here or contacting the Coordinator for International Student Services by email at international@rcbc.edu.

Need support as a student-athlete?

Student-athletes should contact the Athletics Department directly at barons@rcbc.edu.


Need help as a military/veteran student?

Active duty military, veterans and their dependents should contact the Military Education and Veterans Services at vets@rcbc.edu.

Need help getting enrolled at RCBC?

Prospective students can make a virtual appointment by completing this online form or email Outreach and Admissions at admissions@rcbc.edu.

Click here to learn how to join virtual meetings. 

How do I send my transcripts?

Transcripts can be sent via the following methods:

Mail to:
Rowan College at Burlington County 
Office of Admissions
900 College Circle
Mount Laurel, New Jersey  08054 

admissions@rcbc.edu from your HS directly only.

(if available from previous institution)

Through Naviance
(if available, contact your high school for this option)