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Rowan College at Burlington County celebrates 50th anniversary

In its 50th year, Rowan College at Burlington County has announced plans to host a yearlong series of events that will honor its rich history, while celebrating its progress toward transforming the future of higher education.

Pictured: Rachel Rollins, 2014 RCBC graduate, who will be part of the Supply Chain Career Night panel on Tuesday, January 22 from 5 - 6:30 pm. 

Supply Chain Career Night to include RCBC Alumna

After graduating from Rowan College at Burlington County (RCBC) in 2014, Rachel Rollins continued onto Rutgers University in New Brunswick to receive her degree in Supply Chain Management and earned a position as a Global Supply Chain Manufacturing Manager at a GlaxoSmithKline.

Dr. Barbara Ann Rich, DDS, one of the several volunteer dentists on Give Kids A Smile day, helps treat children in Rowan College at Burlington County's Dental Hygiene Center.

RCBC hosts day of free dental care for children on February 1

Rowan College at Burlington County will host the 15th annual Give Kids A Smile day on Friday, Feb. 1 in its Health Sciences Center at the Mount Laurel Campus.

Butternut quash and apple bisque

Cozy up with a bowl of butternut squash bisque

When the weather turns cold, it is time to celebrate winter squash. Butternut squash is one of the most widely used winter squash varieties – and for good reason. It is buttery, nutty and easy to find. It can be the star of many dishes, but it really stands out in a great bisque.

Among the first students to complete Rowan University’s and RCBC’s 3+1 program are Hayley Brunetta, Emily Schurr, Kayla Cardis, Christina Millier, Wiley Mitchell, Daniel Duba, and Alex Velazquez.

First students to complete RCBC's and Rowan University's 3+1 program are recognized

On Tuesday, Dec. 18, Rowan University and Rowan College at Burlington County (RCBC) celebrated the first students to complete the 3+1 program, a groundbreaking college affordability program that will collectively save students $3.3 million by this May. The program allows students to complete three years of a Rowan University bachelor’s degree with RCBC.

RCBC instructor teaching non-credit professional development course.

Registration is now open for RCBC's spring 2019 Personal and Professional Development courses

Registration is now open for Rowan College at Burlington County’s (RCBC) spring 2019 Personal and Professional Development courses and career certificates.

Peanut Butter Bar

Friends find commonality in vegan dessert

I started my freshman year of college in the fall of 1999. Back then, everyone I knew ate steak and potatoes, had dairy-based ice cream for dessert, and ordering a soy latte was implausible.  

RCBC Mathematics Instructor, Jonathan Weisbrod

RCBC instructor appointed to national mathematical committee.

The Mathematical Association of America (MAA) appointed Rowan College at Burlington County Mathematics Instructor Jonathan Weisbrod to serve a three-year term on its Two-Year Colleges Committee

The MAA is the leading professional association in collegiate mathematics and a primary source of professional development programs for faculty.

Rowan College at Burlington County nursing students Jessica O'Shea and Caris Norway received $1,000 scholarships at the New Jersey League for Nursing (NJLN) 2018 Gala on Friday, Nov. 2.

National and statewide nursing organizations recognize RCBC students and administrators

The National League for Nursing (NLN) and the New Jersey League for Nursing (NJLN), organizations that promote excellence in nursing education, recognized Rowan College at Burlington County students with scholarships and administrators with awards and appointments.

With special guests the Phillie Phanatic and a town crier, Rowan College at Burlington County welcomed home its first physical mascot, Barry the Baron.

Here's Barry!

With special guests the Phillie Phanatic and a town crier, Rowan College at Burlington County welcomed home Barry the Baron.

Thirty years after students selected the Baron as the college’s mascot – a knightly-themed pun off the nearby N.J. Pine Barrens – the college unveiled its first physical mascot.

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