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Dental hygiene students providing care to a child while Barry observes
Dental hygiene students providing care to a child while Barry observes

“We care about the health and well-being of all of our patients, and since the onset of the pandemic, we’ve implemented COVID-specific protocols, including touchless temperature checks, a virtual waiting area, mask requirements, frequent disinfecting with medical-grade cleaners and more,” RCBC’s Director of Dental Hygiene Gail Vasilenko said. “Unfortunately, tooth decay doesn’t take a break during a pandemic, but neither will we. We look forward to serving our community during this great time of need.”

Thursday, January 14, 2021
Hannah Marthaler
Hannah Marthaler

“We’re proud to be recognized by the Association of Technology, Management and Engineering”, said Dr. Edem Tetteh, Dean of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). “Rowan College at Burlington County provides students with the best education opportunities possible, and it’s rewarding to receive affirmation from such a reputable organization.”

Tuesday, January 12, 2021
Student Success Center with thumbs up and heart icons
Student Success Center with thumbs up and heart icons

“Students ask me all the time about how to fill out the FAFSA, which loans are available, what HESAA does and various financial aid questions, so discussing these topics in a public forum will definitely be beneficial to our community,” Berdugo-Hernandez said.

Friday, January 8, 2021
Ashley Cavanaugh
Ashley Cavanaugh

“RCBC was close, accessible and in my budget range for this shift in my life,” Cavanaugh shared. 

Wednesday, January 6, 2021
Monday, December 14, 2020
Student Success Center with thumbs up and heart icons
Student Success Center with thumbs up and heart icons

“We’ve been so appreciative to RCBC for all of the drives and collecting so much during this pandemic. Although globally we are not collecting the same amount of blood as is typical during this time, we are consistently running at the same places over and over which helps fill the need,” Concilio-Regan shared.

Friday, December 11, 2020
monochromatic blue map image with Giving Tuesday December 1, 2020 written on it
monochromatic blue map image with Giving Tuesday December 1, 2020 written on it

Hear from RCBC President Dr. Michael A. Cioce and RCBC’s Foundation Chair, Karen Albanese, as they join RCBC Foundation scholarship recipients Christina House, Alexandra Pantry and current Pastry Arts student Collin Rieser, to discuss why it’s important to give back to students.

Tuesday, November 24, 2020
Ramon Varona
Ramon Varona

“I chose the right school, the right course of study and had some great guidance along the way. Nicolette DiPietro (RCBC’s Interim Director of Culinary Technology) was a huge factor in my success. The culinary arts, hospitality and tourism management program pairs practical tools with professionalism, and it’s so convenient; you have the flexibility to work while completing your degree. The relationships I formed in the program have withstood the test of time; to this day, I still keep in contact with my classmates,” Ramon said.

Monday, November 23, 2020
students walking toward back of Student Success Center building
students walking toward back of Student Success Center building

“Our goal was to create a plan that includes every aspect of the college so all stakeholders can actively use it to fulfill our mission of transforming lives through affordable high-quality education,” Dr. Cioce said. “This plan will do more than sit on a shelf collecting dust. We will use it every day to help us guide Rowan College at Burlington County forward and improve the way we provide services to students and our community.”

Wednesday, November 18, 2020
Joshua Redlich standing with his Army colleagues
Joshua Redlich standing with his Army colleagues

“My time at RCBC was great! It's hard to pick specific memories that stand out, but one thing I remember is the huge diversity of friends I made while I was there. I had my normal ‘clique’ that I studied with every day, but there were also many times when I was studying alone and a group of students playing video games in the break area would invite me over to play,” Redlich recalled. “The friendly atmosphere and inclusiveness is definitely what I remember most.”

Wednesday, November 11, 2020

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