Ready to meet your new best friends? Challenge yourself in ways you never thought possible? We can’t wait to meet you! 

It’s easy for a homeschool student to apply and enroll at RCBC. 

Schedule an appointment with our Homeschool Admissions Counselor to receive personalized attention throughout the enrollment process. 

What can I expect during the appointment?

You will... 

  • complete your application.

  • complete the registration process.

  • receive an RCBC Student ID. 

What do I need to bring to my appointment?
  1. Homeschool Student Application. (This application must be submitted in-person; emailed/mailed applications will not be accepted.) 

  2. A photo ID (if applicable)

    1. If the student does not have a photo ID, please complete the Student ID Paperwork. 

  3. Copy of accurate transcripts of homeschool curriculum is recommended (not required). Please submit to:

Rowan College at Burlington County
Office of Admissions
900 College Circle 
Mount Laurel, NJ  08054

Will I need to take a placement exam?

Placement in English and math courses can be determined in one of two ways:

  • Multiple Measures - RCBC uses Multiple Measures to determine the most appropriate placement for all entering students. Multiple Measures include factors such as high school coursework, high school GPA, highest level of coursework completed and standardized test scores including SAT, ACT, PARCC and ASVAB tests. Our multiple measures chart is available here (PDF).
  • Virtual placement test - Students who are unable to place via our multiple measures chart, or who would like to challenge their placement, can take our virtual English and Math placement tests. Email to sign up for our virtual placement tests. 

If a student is under the age of 16:
The student will need to meet with an admissions counselor, prior to moving forward in the enrollment process. To make an appointment contact us.

If a student is 16 years old or older:
Students may need to sit for the placement exam if they do not meet the following criteria:

  • Received a C or higher in a college level Math or English Course
  • Have Math Scores for: SAT of 530 or higher and/or ACT Score of 20 or higher
  • Have Critical Reading Scores for: SAT of 540 or higher and/or ACT Score of 23 or higher

For sample questions and practice of the Placement Exam, please click here.
Test Center hours and locations can be found here.