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Groups Serving Kids In Need Can Apply for Free Books

Burlington County College (BCC) is seeking groups in Burlington County serving military, disabled and low-income children to apply to receive new books at no charge as part of a historic effort to deliver 40,000 books to children in need.

President's Report

President Hespe's 2013 Report to the Community

Burlington County College (BCC) President David C. Hespe has issued his 2013 President’s Report to the Community, highlighting successes of the previous academic year and goals to make the college even more efficient and dynamic.

Military Students & Staff Honored at Veterans Breakfast

Burlington County College (BCC), consistently ranked one of the best colleges in the nation for military and veteran services, will honor its military students, faculty and staff and its college-wide culture of commitment to military and veterans services with a veterans breakfast this week.

Barons National Championship Run Ends

The Burlington County College (BCC) Barons men’s soccer team lost 3-1 to Eastern Florida State College on Tuesday in the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Division I National Tournament.

Congratulations to the team on a great season. The Barons (15-4-2) earned a berth in the national tournament for the first time in 17 years.

Geographic Information System Day at BCC

Learn how geographic information system (GIS) technology aids in effective decision-making, planning and mapping at the annual GIS Day at Burlington County College (BCC) on Wednesday, Nov. 13.

Local Periodontist Speaks to Dental Hygiene Students

Dr. Jeffrey Morton, a Moorestown periodontist, presented a guest lecture for senior dental hygiene students at Burlington County College (BCC) on Thursday, October 24. Morton brought real-world periodontal surgical concepts into Eileen Morrissey’s “Periodontology II” class.

Men's soccer team

Men's Soccer Team Advances to Region 19 DI Final

The Burlington County College’s (BCC) men’s soccer team will play in the Region XIX Division I Men’s Soccer Final on Saturday, Nov. 2 after defeating Delaware Technical Community College-Stanton, 5-0 this week.

The top-seeded Barons will face Essex County College, No. 2 seed, at 11:30 a.m. at Ocean County College in Toms River.

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