Our educational partnerships allow employees and members to invest in their career goals while also offering opportunities for career advancement.

Find Your Employer

RCBC currently partners with large health systems, corporations and community organizations. To search for your employer or organization, please use the search tool.

Benefits for Employees

Eligible employees receive the following benefits:

  • Dedicated Rowan College at Burlington County liaison who works one-on-one with each employee to support them in the application process, advising and registration

  • In-county tuition rates regardless of where you reside
  • Course offerings: online, evenings and weekends
  • Flexibility in start dates: traditional 15-week semesters, 10-week and 7-week mini semesters
  • Online student portal: Students may register, check billing, make a payment, view their program evaluations and more from our online student portal: BaronOne.
  • Transfer credits: up to 49 college credits* may be transferred

*credits must be from a regionally-accredited institution


Becoming a Partner

Our Business Engagement Team welcomes the opportunity to speak with you regarding the value of our partnership program and other workforce services for your organization. 

Partnerships and workforce services can be customized to meet the specific needs of your organization. 

To learn more about our workforce services and/or to become an educational partner, please click on the below link and complete the form provided. 

Program Contacts

Do you have questions about Educational Partnership benefits, program information and enrollment? 

Zaneb Ghanem 
Assistant Director of Outreach and Admissions, Partnerships, and Special Populations 
(856) 242-5202 

Questions about becoming an Educational Partner? 

Stacy Hunt 
Account Relationship Manager 
(856) 242-5268 

Yadira Davis
Student Spotlight

Name: Yadira Davis
Partner: Virtua
Major: Nursing
Anticipated Graduation Date: May 2020

Why did you choose RCBC?

I chose RCBC because I can get a quality education for a really good price, and it's close to home.

What are your career goals after graduation?

After getting my associate degree and sitting for the NCLEX, I plan on continuing my education here at RCBC in the 3+1 program to get my BA.

What is your favorite class at RCBC and why?

Psychology was my favorite class; I found it very interesting and have been able to apply many things that I have learned dealing with patients at work.

What have you learned/discovered about yourself during your time as a RCBC Student?

Coming to RCBC as an older student, I was very intimidated, but that was short-lived. Getting involved in different activities and meeting so many people has really helped me to overcome my shyness and has allowed me to enjoy being in school and meeting so many people.

What advice would you give to incoming students?

I would say get involved in all the different activities the school has to offer and just have fun!