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In order to create a strong brand at Rowan College at Burlington County, the logo must remain consistent in all internal and external usages. Never alter the logo or present it in a way where the text becomes illegible. Please refer to the college's one-page reference guide.

If you have any specific questions, concerns, or requests in regards to using the RCBC logo or brand standards, please contact the Office of Strategic Marketing and Communications at

Official Logo

The primary college logo is to be used in most instances to visually represent the college. The mobius, a continuous ribbon-like strip that represents education as a lifelong, never ending experience, is encased in a red circle. The college name is displayed to the right of the mobius.

Rowan College at Burlington County

College Seal

The college seal is used to provide authenticity to official documents (ex: graduation). The mark can only be used with approval from the Office of Strategic Marketing and Communications. The shield encompasses the college’s opening year, mobius, and the inscription “Scientia, Vertias, Lux” which translates to Knowledge, Truth, Light.


Stacked Logo

The college’s stacked logo may only represent the college in instances where the logo imprint or display size is restricted and cannot accomodate the primary logo. This stacked logo is intended to increase font legibility of the college name in its use.

Stacked Logo

Barons Logos

The RCBC Barons logo is used to represent the college’s athletic programs.  There are two versions of the Barons logo, one that contains the mascot (the RCBC Baron) and a text-only version. Each sport may be represented instead of the word ATHLETICS on both versions of the logo. The Barons may also use a standalone “B” for simplified embroidery on athletic uniform hats.

Athletics Logo with Baron Athletics Logo Text only

For Baron branding not associated with athletics, the word Barons is set in red next to the B with the words RCBC and the barons helmet inside. ​

Baron helmet inside of a B that says BARONS RCBC