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Phillies broadcaster Tom McCarthy and RCBC students in Neil Hartman's sports media class.

Phillies broadcaster Tom McCarthy shares his story with RCBC sports media students

Tom McCarthy, the television voice of the Phillies, shared his inspirational story with sports media students at Rowan College at Burlington County on Thursday.

Dahmil Bettis

Soulful Lunch at RCBC's Culinary Arts Center adds flavor to Black History Month celebrations

Rowan College at Burlington County’s Soulful Lunch, which is part of the college’s Black History Month programming, will feature a guest chef demonstration by Dahmil Bettis of Rochester’s BBQ & Grill in Lawnside and a soulful meal at the RCBC Culinary Arts Center in Mount Holly on Sunday, Feb. 18.

Coconut-Almond Cheesecake

Mom's favorite candy bar inspires this innovative cheesecake

Dessert is a beautiful thing. Have you ever noticed that a well-executed dessert doesn’t just end a meal; it rounds it out and gives it closure?

Lauren Tomei Woman of the Year award recipient

RCBC athlete earns Woman of the Year

Rowan College at Burlington County (RCBC) Lady Baron, Lauren Tomei earned the Woman of the Year award at the New Jersey Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women’s National Girls and Women in Sports Day (NGWSD) awards luncheon on February 4, at Seton Hall University.

RCBC achieves third consecutive enrollment increase

RCBC achieves third consecutive enrollment increase

Burlington County Freeholder Deputy Director Linda Hughes and Rowan College at Burlington County (RCBC) Acting President Michael Cioce announced today that RCBC’s enrollment increased 3 percent this spring, marking the third consecutive semester of enrollment growth as the innovative 3+1 program continues to have an immediate impact with students and parents throughout the county and region.

Personal and Professional Brochure

Spring Personal and Professional Development Courses

It’s not too late to register for Rowan College at Burlington County’s spring 2018 Personal & Professional Development courses. 

The college offers non-credit courses so that community members have the opportunity to upgrade skills, pursue new ones or explore a hobby in these special courses designed for all age groups.

Classes include:

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