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3+1 student joins RCBC Board of Trustees

The Rowan College at Burlington County (RCBC) Board of Trustees welcomed May 2017 graduate Cassadie Hynd as an Alumni Trustee, marking the first time a 3+1 student has been appointed to the board.

Healthcare Industry Career Fair is July 18

On Tuesday, July 18, join the Burlington County Board of Chosen Freeholders and Rowan College at Burlington County’s Workforce Development Institute for Burlington County’s Healthcare Industry Career Fair.

Take a look inside the new Health Sciences Center and Student Success Center.

In fall 2017, all nursing, dental hygiene, imaging and health information technology courses will be taught from Mount Laurel in the new Health Sciences Center. The building’s exterior will be enhanced and the entrance has been reoriented so it faces the rest of the campus.

New degree program in Healthcare Informatics is coming fall 2017

In response to workforce demands, Rowan College at Burlington County will launch a new degree program in Healthcare Informatics this fall.

RCBC County Workforce Development Institute’s programs connect students with jobs

For most people, a career path is no longer a straight line, but a series of twists and turns that requires workers to use education to keep their skills in line with the modern workforce.

Rowan College at Burlington College is the perfect vehicle for people to transform themselves into a new career.

Former professional athlete and Burlington County native named RCBC’s new baseball coach

Michael Scanzano, originally of Marlton and two-time All-Star with the Southern Illinois Miners, has been named the Rowan College at Burlington County Barons head baseball coach.
 

RCBC renames Enterprise Center after Votta family

In honor of the generous family who owned the land where Rowan College at Burlington County now grows, the college is dedicating and renaming the Mount Laurel Campus’ Enterprise Center to Votta Hall. 

No tuition or fee increase in Rowan College at Burlington County’s budget

New Jersey’s top-ranked community college will remain its most affordable under a budget proposal approved by the Rowan College at Burlington County (RCBC) Board of Trustees.

Iraqi refugee finds success at Rowan College at Burlington County

Rowan College at Burlington County’s commencement ceremony celebrated the success of more than 1,300 students, including Moustafa Aldouri, who had earned his degree despite experiencing great trauma.

Military career exposes RCBC 2017 valedictorian to a world of opportunities

U.S. Army veteran, Franklin Marvin Birch, not only set a record as Rowan College at Burlington County’s oldest valedictorian, at age 62, he also inspired students with his commencement speech that was about a memorable wounded soldier whom he had met during his time at Walter Reed Army Medical Center.

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