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Jane Cheslo
Jane Cheslo

“My career plans upon graduation are not sharply defined, but the most important part of this journey is the path forward. I started at RCBC looking for a way to improve my avocational musicianship by taking a couple of classes,” Cheslo shared. “I had thought that the doors to completing a degree were no longer open to me. Being here, I discovered that my ability to succeed and thrive in an academic setting is alive and well. I've also learned that, with flexibility in the vision, a path forward to completing my education is possible!”

Thursday, May 28, 2020
male student running toward Student Success Center
male student running toward Student Success Center

“There are a million reasons why Rowan College at Burlington County is the best starting point for a college education and Get Started Now! offers 500 more,” RCBC President Dr. Michael A. Cioce said. “Some students are considering a break in their education and our goal is to provide a small incentive for them to keep moving forward and earn college credits while staying safe at home.”

Wednesday, May 27, 2020
Andy Kim & Frank Rizzieri
Andy Kim & Frank Rizzieri

Join Rowan College at Burlington County on Facebook Live at 1 pm, on Wednesday, May 27, as we welcome Congressman Andy Kim and Frank Rizzieri, owner of Rizzieri Spa and Salon, to discuss the pandemic’s impact on small businesses, available federal resources and what reopening may look like for New Jersey. 

Friday, May 22, 2020
Emily Devereaux
Emily Devereaux

“Most of my memorable experiences at RCBC have to do with the relationships I developed with my professors, including but not limited to Dan Dellmyer (physics), Terrence Sherlock (chemistry/organic chemistry), Dr. Katharine Milani (microbiology and Bio III) and Anne Tokazewski (ecology),” Devereaux recalled. “These professors stood out to me not just because of their knowledge, but because of their willingness to treat me with respect, as an equal; to answer my questions and emails promptly and fully; as well as to be kind, understanding and open.”

Thursday, May 21, 2020
Piper Hudspeth Blackburn
Piper Hudspeth Blackburn

“It was more affordable for me to attend RCBC than the other colleges I received admission to, and I figured that the quality of education for my general education courses would be comparable, and even better because classes would be smaller,” Hudspeth Blackburn said. “It was also more financially feasible for me to live and work at home while attending school that first year.”

Tuesday, May 19, 2020
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campus photo with thumbs up icons

Join RCBC on May 20, at 1 pm, via our Facebook Town Hall, as we invite Entertainment Technology Program Coordinator Brooke Mailhiot and student Daniel Edmonds, Class of ‘20, to shed light on their experiences. 

Friday, May 15, 2020
Justin Foster
Justin Foster

“When Rowan College at Burlington County announced the 3+1 option in Inclusive Education, that sealed the deal for me. It sold me, and I’ve been sold on RCBC ever since,” Foster recalled. 

 

Wednesday, May 13, 2020
2020 block letters with graduation cap on top
2020 block letters with graduation cap on top

RCBC will recognize 2,190 graduates, the largest number of graduates in the college’s history. The celebration will also include a visual listing of every graduate by name and recognition of several award recipients that are typically presented at the end of an academic year. Students will be able to engage in a live chat with one another throughout the event.

Monday, May 11, 2020

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