Rowan College at Burlington County is committed to promoting diversity and multiculturalism in its curriculum, student population, staff, teaching faculty, events, and programs. As a community based organization, the College is also very active in the minority communities of Burlington County and works to promote awareness, equality, and inclusion.
Rowan College at Burlington County has been committed to a policy of equality of opportunity. We aim to provide a working and learning environment, which is free from unfair discrimination and will give staff and students the opportunity to fulfill their personal potential. All individuals should be treated with dignity and respect whether at work or study. The college strives to promote a working and learning environment and culture in which harassment is unacceptable and where individuals have the confidence to deal with harassment without fear of victimization.
The college is unequivocally committed to the goal of fostering mutual respect and understating between its constituent communities and to promote equality of opportunity among staff and students alike. We encourage all staff and students to enjoy and celebrate its diverse culture. Rowan College at Burlington County can boast of it's diverse student population from all over the world.
International students who attend RBCB speak over 34 different languages, while representing 48 different countries.
The highlights of this page are aimed to showcase the many diverse cultures represented in Central New Jersey. RCBC hopes to present itself as a community of diverse cultures that can help you get there.
As an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action institution, Rowan College at Burlington County affords equal opportunity to qualified individuals regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, handicap (as defined by Section 504), ancestry, place of birth, marital status or liability for military service in the operation of its programs and activities (including admissions, access to programs and course offerings, physical education, intercollegiate and intramural athletics, counseling, employment, use of facilities, and college-sponsored extracurricular activities). This is in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (which prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, and/or national origin), Title IX of the Education Amendment of 1972 (which prohibits sex discrimination), Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 as amended and the Americans with Disabilities Act/ADA (which prohibit discrimination against otherwise qualified handicapped people), and other applicable laws and regulations. Copies of the Dispute Resolution for Students with Disabilities is available from Ms. Stacy Jankewicz, Title IX and Section 504 Coordinator, located in the Parker Building, Room 401 on the Pemberton Campus or by calling her at (609) 894-9311, ext. 1523.
2014-2015 Student Enrollment by Age
|17 - Under||1,668||10.4%|
|18 - 20||5,254||32.8%|
|21 - 24||3,917||24.5%|
|25 - 34||3,097||19.4%|
|35 - 44||1,109||6.9%|
|45 - 54||720||4.5%|
|55 - 64||193||1.2%|
|65 - Older||31||0.2%|
2014-2015 Student Enrollment by Race
2014-2015 Students by Special Cohort
*Percentage reflects the percentage of students enrolled.
An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Institution (M/W)