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Harrison Brown

RCBC Student Comedian Harrison Brown Considers Career in Food Science

For Rowan College at Burlington County (RCBC) student, Harrison Brown, the phrase “art imitates life” is somewhat of a self-fulfilling prophecy. Through his comedy, Harrison writes what he knows. His jokes revolve around school, summer jobs and even his life on the autism spectrum.

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RCBC Hosts Third Annual Science Slam

Have you ever investigated a crime scene for evidence or traveled to the Space Station via virtual reality? Do you really understand what you eat? If you’ve answered “no” to any of these questions, Rowan College at Burlington County’s (RCBC) Third Annual Science Slam is the place where you can explore these topics and channel your inner scientist.

2018 Dress for Success Students

Dress for Success Prepares RCBC Graduates for Work

What do these 12 Rowan College at Burlington County (RCBC) students from eight different programs have in common? They have been selected to participate in the Dress for Success event sponsored by the RCBC Foundation and RCBC’s Workforce Development Institute.

URINETOWN: The Musical

“URINETOWN” is RCBC’s spring musical

The Rowan College at Burlington County student theatrical group, the Lamplight Players, will perform Mark Hollmann & Greg Kotis’, “URINETOWN: The Musical, at Burlington County Institute of Technology’s Medford Campus.

RCBC alumna and faculty member Shellie Hughes

Happy birthday to an RCBC alumna and faculty member Shellie Hughes

The following story was submitted by Shellie Hughes who graduated from Rowan College at Burlington County in 1989. Shellie teaches future Barons at Cherokee High School and current Barons as senior adjunct faculty member. Today is Shellie’s birthday and she is turning 50 during the same year as the college.

By Shellie Hughes

Rebecca Scott

Bolt for Becky 5K race supports first responder memorial scholarship at RCBC

The Rowan College at Burlington County Foundation, which raises funds to support scholarships for RCBC students, and the Scott family are hosting the third annual Bolt for Becky 5K race in memory of RCBC alumna, firefighter and paramedic Rebecca “Becky” Scott on Sunday, April 28 at the college’s Mount Laurel Campus.

Eric Shaw at NCAS in 2016

RCBC alum and aerospace scholar

Since graduating from RCBC, Eric Shaw has been continuing his education at Rowan University. Shaw is currently enrolled full-time and is pursuing his bachelor’s in Physics, and is looking forward to graduation in the spring of 2020.

RCBC Graduates

Economists: RCBC’s impact exceeds $500 million annually

Every dollar invested in Rowan College at Burlington County returns more than $20 in student income, tax revenue and societal benefits, according to a new economic modeling study completed by Emsi, an international labor market analytics firm.

Ann McCollum

RCBC alumna follows her own motherly advice to college

When raising her two sons, Ann McCollum always stressed the importance of a college education before she took her own advice and earned her degree at Rowan College at Burlington County in 2002.

Academic Advisor, Kate Gonzalez with student Amani Edwards

RCBC’s ACE program boosts struggling students’ grades

A new Rowan College at Burlington County (RCBC) student success initiative geared to help struggling students has taken some from the verge of academic dismissal to the Dean’s list.

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