Hey, we know you! It’s great to see you again. 

If you’ve previously attended RCBC, but have not taken classes in three years, you must resubmit an Application for Admission before registering for classes. The application is free. 

You must also: 

  1. Request and official transcript from any colleges you’ve attended since the last time you took courses at RCBC. If you have attended international universities, your transcripts will need to be evaluated (course by course) by a NACES accredited member and then sent to RCBC. Current NACES members can be found at naces.org/members.
    All official transcripts should be sent to:
    Rowan College at Burlington County
    Office of Outreach and Admissions
    900 College Circle
    Mount Laurel, NJ 08054
  2. Provide proof of immunizations certified by your healthcare provider by using our Immunization Form
Will I need to take a placement exam?

If you did not complete your English and/or math courses previously at RCBC, and do not have college credit that will transfer in to fulfill the requirement, a placement review will take place. Placement in English and math courses can be determined in one of two ways:

Multiple Measures - RCBC uses Multiple Measures to determine the most appropriate placement for all entering students if applicable. Multiple Measures include factors such as high school coursework, high school GPA, highest level of coursework completed and standardized test scores including SAT, ACT, PARCC and ASVAB tests. Our multiple measures chart is available here - RCBC Multiple Measures

Completing a placement test - Students who are unable to place via our multiple measures chart, or who would like to challenge their placement, can take our English and Math placement tests. Email admissions@rcbc.edu to sign up for our placement tests.

What if I need financial aid?

Apply for financial aid at https://fafsa.gov. Be sure to add our school code: 007730. If you need assistance or have questions, please contact our Financial Aid Office at (856) 222-9311, ext. 1575, or visit us online

How do I choose classes?

Meet with an academic advisor to choose your courses and create a plan of study. Our academic advisors are available by appointment or on a walk-in basis at our Mount Laurel Campus. 

To check for course availability, click here. 

For more information or to schedule an appointment, click here. 

I’ve chosen my classes. How do I register?

You may register online through your Self-Service account by logging into BaronOne. Pay attention to payment due dates to avoid late charges or being dropped from your classes for non-payment. 

For more information about the Office of the Registrar, contact information and hours, click here.