RCBC Barons believe in being an active part of our community. Our student-athletes have volunteered and supported organizations like the American Heart Association, Joint Base MDL and various service programs at the college. 

Be the Match, Life Saving Marrow Registry Drive

student-athletes with Burlington County Freeholder, Linda HughesMount Laurel, NJ – RCBC student-athletes and Burlington County Freeholder Linda Hughes held the college's first marrow registry drive in the Student Success Center on Tuesday, April 10, 2018. The Be The Match organization, operated by the National Marrow Donor Program, manages the registry that helps patients get the life-saving marrow transplants they need. For more information on the event, click here.

RCBC Barons teamed up with Go4theGoal to Support Children with Cancer

men's 2018 baseball teamCamden, NJ – The #RCBCBaseball Squad teamed up with @go4thegoalfoundation to bring awareness of supportive services available to children with cancer. Go4theGoal's Mission is to improve the lives of children battling cancer by providing financial support, developing and implementing unique hospital programs, funding innovative research, and granting personal wishes. Through our first hand experience with pediatric cancer and our medical background, Go4theGoal provides the best practices to patients, their families, and the hospitals and staff that care for them.

Cookies with the athletics logo on the wallRCBC Barons Make a Difference This Holiday Season

Pemberton, NJ – Rowan College at Burlington County's (RCBC) Women’s Soccer team baked and collected 30 dozen cookies for the JBMDL Operation Cookie Drop, a community service project that distributes cookies to dorm residents and troops deploying at the Joint Base during the holidays. The cookies were delivered to the McGuire AFB Chapel on Thursday, Dec. 7 for distribution.