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8th Annual Animal Shelter Drive A Success

Westampton, NJ—(Pictured Here, Left to Right) Adrianne Dahms, Burlington County College (BCC) Office of Student Activities Specialist, Max Slusher, BCC Executive Director of Institutional Effectiveness and Research, Jackie Dennis, Burlington County Animal Shelter Manager, Eve A.

Bat Boy Poster

BCC Lamplight Players Present Bat Boy

The Burlington County College (BCC) Lamplight Players bring to life the half-boy, half-bat, American musical, “Bat Boy: The Musical” based on a sensational tabloid story in a 1992 issue of Weekly World News.

BCC President David C. Hespe on Comcast Newsmakers

Dress for Success Show on March 21 Prepares Grads

Twenty graduating Burlington County College (BCC) students have new suits, shoes and haircuts, as well as polished job skills and resumes, thanks to the College’s annual Dress for Success Show, presented by BCC’s Career Services Department and the BCC Foundation in partnership with Liberty Bell Bank.

Basketball's All Region, All GSAC & Player of the Year

Burlington County College’s (BCC) Office of Athletics is pleased to announce that two men and three women from the College’s basketball teams have been named to the All Region and All Garden State Athletic Conference (GSAC) Teams and one Lady Baron, Mama Traore has earned the distinction as Player of the Year.

Deaf & Hard of Hearing Support Group Open House

Burlington County College’s (BCC) Career Success Solutions for Deaf and Hard of Hearing will host an open house at BCC’s Briggs Road Center on Tuesday, March 12 to kick-off free monthly support group meetings for individuals in Burlington and Camden Counties who have some degree of hearing loss and are currently working, job-seeking, volunteering or students.

Edith Corbin

Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) Director Announced

Burlington County College (BCC) is pleased to announce that Edith A. Corbin has been selected as the College’s new Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) Director.

Free FAFSA Completion Workshops

Financial aid is a key component to increasing access to higher education. For many area families, the process of submitting and filing a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), a requirement for students looking to receive federal or state aid, can be complicated.

Stockton Signing

BCC Signs New Admissions Agreement with Stockton

Burlington County College and The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey recently signed a Guaranteed Admission Program (GAP) agreement for their latest “green” degrees. Last fall, both colleges launched degree programs in the growing field of sustainability.

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