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Celebrate Philanthropy and Raise Money for Scholarships - Oct. 1

The Burlington County College (BCC) Foundation, and community leaders including Burlington County Freeholder Director Joe Donnelly and Evesham Mayor Randy Brown, will join with students and education supporters on Oct. 1 to celebrate philanthropy in Burlington County by raising more money for scholarships at the college.

Drexel & BCC Partnership Paves Way to Best of Biz

Drexel University at Burlington County College (BCC) was recognized in the August issue of South Jersey Biz magazine for having the best cooperative education in the region. The Drexel at BCC program was an editor’s pick in the magazine’s third annual “Best of Biz” feature.

Movie Under The Stars: Monsters University

The public is invited to Burlington County College’s (BCC) Mount Laurel campus, 500 College Circle, for a free, family-friendly showing of Disney/Pixar’s “Monsters University” on Friday, Sept. 20 at 7 p.m.

Claretha Mervin Swearing-In

BCC Board of Trustees Swears-In New Alumni Trustee

Claretha T. Mervin, of Willingboro, was sworn-in as the new alumni trustee at Burlington County College’s (BCC) Board of Trustee meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 17 at the Culinary Arts Center.

Mervin is a 2013 graduate of BCC with an associate degree in business management technology and will serve a one-year term.

Changes to Financial Aid Refunds

Attention BCC Students,

LSS Group

Stedman Graham Kicks-Off Leadership Success Series

Stedman Graham, an educator and motivational speaker, kicked off Burlington County College’s (BCC) Leadership Success Series on Tuesday, Sept. 3, as part of the College’s First Year Initiative (FYI) designed to help students complete their education and succeed.

9/11 Memorial Event

The public is invited to the Burlington County College (BCC) memorial service for those who perished in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

First Book

BCC's First Book Initiative To Benefit Children In Need

With support from an alliance of education advocates, Burlington County College (BCC) unveiled today an initiative to distribute 40,000 books to children in need throughout Burlington County.

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