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Josh Seagraves holding novel
Josh Seagraves holding novel

 “You may have a lot of issues, things that pile up in your life, but there will always be another chance to solve them. You may feel like you’re drowning, but there will always be a chance to learn from your mistakes and escape from the dread of it all.” 

Monday, January 23, 2023
Photo of Eric Breazeale at Saxbys
Photo of Eric Breazeale at Saxbys

"Breazeale knows what it takes to lead a team with kindness and strength and make meaningful connections with the community."

Wednesday, January 18, 2023
Photo of Mike Hamlin and Thomas Nuara
Photo of Mike Hamlin and Thomas Nuara

When it comes to veterans affairs, “most people care about the people they know…but there are so many people who go unnoticed for what they do.”

Monday, November 7, 2022
Shanni Prutchi
Shanni Prutchi

Rowan College at Burlington County's 2020 valedictorian, Shanni Prutchi, describes what made the difference in studying cybersecurity at RCBC and preparing her for work in the real world. 

Thursday, October 6, 2022
David Dunkerson Youtube Video Clip
David Dunkerson Youtube Video Clip

In 2019 David Dunkerson created a Nonprofit Sports Organization called We Fight Together Inc. A league of leagues for youth and amateur athletes. The purpose of creating WFT is to improve all of youth & amateur sports not just for the athletes but for parents, coaches, organizations and communities .

Tuesday, August 2, 2022
Photo of Dana
Photo of Dana

Neither of my parents went to college, and yes, they are still successful, but having a college degree to me is necessary. Even if you have plans that don’t require a degree, and you find out you don’t want to pursue that plan anymore, you have a degree to fall back on just in case. I know my parents are proud of me, and it makes me feel good to know that I am putting in the effort and doing something right that will benefit me in the future.

Tuesday, April 26, 2022
Robin Walton
Robin Walton

“As the Board, we will support our leadership team in keeping an open door policy for our students,” Walton said. “This is how we will not only create access, but also support completion. Greater resources to bring students in, greater focus on how to connect with students and who they are at their core, what support services are needed, how and why and much more. Here is the thing – we think we know, and we do to some extent, but we must listen to the voices of our students to truly understand how to best do this.”

Wednesday, March 23, 2022
Regina Reed
Regina Reed

“I have been impressed with the growth of RCBC and their partnership with Rowan University, as well as the variety of degrees offered,” Reed said. “I would like to continue to champion the diverse representation of students in the variety of curricula. I would also like to work toward building an aquatics center that includes an indoor track to be used by students and county residents.”

Wednesday, March 16, 2022
Chaunce Foster
Chaunce Foster

“RCBC has the 3+1 program, and it was an institute where I knew that I would be known by my name and not just a numbered student,” Chaunce said. “My whole experience has been exceptional here. I can say that not every class that I have taken was overly exciting, but I find at least a few golden nuggets in everything I do. The culinary experience has definitely been an exciting journey for me.”

Thursday, March 10, 2022
Marion Akins
Marion Akins

“In comparison to other colleges I researched, Rowan College at Burlington County was affordable,” Marion said. “I also qualified for several grants through RCBC, and my first semester of classes really piqued my interest. I realized ‘I like this. I’m doing very well here.’”

Tuesday, March 8, 2022

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