Rowan College at Burlington County has a premier partnership that provides students an affordable path to the highly-sought Rowan University bachelor’s degree with benefits that are only available to RCBC alumni.

After graduating with an associate degree, students can choose from 3 different paths to earn a bachelor's degree with Rowan University.

Notices about Admission to Rowan University

For spring 2021 admissions, fill out one of the applications listed below and send all college transcripts to Rowan University before December 1. The application is free to all students.

Online and Offsite Programs (Rowan Global)
Glassboro Programs (RU Main Campus)
3+1 Program (do not send transcript)

Transferring Your Credits to Rowan University

All students must send their official RCBC and other college transcripts to Rowan University prior to enrolling at Rowan University.

For instructions on how to send your official RCBC transcripts to Rowan University, click here.

If you attended a college or university other than RCBC, please contact your school to mail or send electronically your official transcripts to Rowan University or to Rowan Global.

  • If you are applying to a program offered on Rowan's main campus in Glassboro:
    Office of the University Registrar
    ATTN: Records
    Rowan University
    201 Mullica Hill Rd
    Glassboro, NJ 08028

For additional information regarding course equivalency, please visit Rowan University's Transfer of Credit page.

For additional information about transferring courses from NJ Community Colleges, please visit the NJ Transfer website.

Additional Requirements for Rowan University Programs in Glassboro

All graduating RCBC students in an AA, AS, or AAS.NUR degree are automatically accepted to Rowan University with a 2.0 grade point average (GPA) or higher. To declare a major in one of the areas listed below, students will need additional requirements.

The College of Engineering

  • All majors require a 3.5 GPA in required courses and cumulative for automatic admissions (need at least a 3.0 GPA to apply)
  • Completion of required courses. 

Click here for more information about required courses or make an appointment with Alie O'Neil, Director of Rowan Relations at aoneil@rcbc.edu.

The College of Business

  • All majors require a 2.5 GPA 
  • All majors require students to complete Statistics (MTH 143) and Calculus (MTH 142 or MTH 118) before declaring a business major

Click here for more information about required courses.

Art (including Graphic Design), Music, Dance, and Theatre

  • Students must complete a portfolio, audition, or essay depending on the major

Athletic Training

  • 2.5 GPA for admission into Pre-Athletic Training (PreAT) 
  • Students will then apply to the MS in Athletic Training which will require a minimum 3.0 GPA , Professional Phase Entrance Exam, completion of the Pre-Athletic Training curriculum, and an interview. Acceptance into the MS in Athletic Training is not automatic. For more information click here.

Nursing (RN-BSN)

  • For RCBC students who graduated August 2015 or after: Current licensure or eligibility to be licensed as a Registered Nursing (RN) in the State of NJ
  • For RCBC students who graduated prior to August 2015: 2.5 GPA and current licensure or eligibility to be licensed as a Registered Nursing (RN) in the State of NJ

For information about the 3+1 program in Mount Laurel, click here.

Rowan University Housing Options for Transfer Students in Glassboro

Rowan University features eight residence halls and six apartment communities nestled among the trees of a 200 acre campus in historic Glassboro, New Jersey. University and affiliated residences provide easy access to campus resources, recreational facilities and social opportunities.

Application Process

All new students are encouraged to apply for housing as soon as possible after confirming admissions and submitting a deposit. All housing applications are completed online:
Rowan University Online Housing Application

Click on “Access Banner Services” and log in. Then click on “Students” - “MyHousing,” and then “Apply Online.” Select the “Freshman Application” or “Transfer Application” as appropriate.

Availability of On-Campus Housing

The university requires freshmen and sophomores to live on-campus unless they apply and qualify for an exemption. Housing for juniors and seniors, including transfer students, is assigned on a space available basis, and is not guaranteed.

Additional Information​

If you have any specific questions about Rowan University Housing, please contact:

Residential Learning & University Housing
Savitz Hall
201 Mullica Hill Rd.
Glassboro, NJ 08028
(856) 256-4266
housingquestions@rowan.edu
rowan.edu/studentaffairs/reslife

Information for Seniors in Mount Laurel on Online

Visit Rowan University's 3+1 website for resources for seniors in the program.