At RCBC, your success is our priority. Make it worth it. 

We know that transferring from another school can feel like starting over. We’re here to make the process as easy as possible.

How do I apply?
  1. Submit a FREE online application for admission. Within 1-2 business days, you will receive an email with your student ID and login information, along with a welcome letter from RCBC. 

  2. Request an official transcript from each institution you’ve previously attended (including high school and college or university) and your immunization records. Documents should be sent to:

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

How do I send my transcripts?

Transcripts can be sent via the following methods:

Mail to:
Rowan College at Burlington County 
Office of Admissions
900 College Circle
Mount Laurel, New Jersey  08054 

Email
admissions@rcbc.edu from your HS directly only.

Electronically
(if available from previous institution)

Through Naviance
(if available, contact your high school for this option).

What if I need financial aid?

Apply for financial aid at fafsa.ed.gov. Be sure to add our school code: 007730. If you need assistance or have questions, please contact our Financial Aid Office at (856) 222-9311, ext. 1575, or visit us online

How do I choose classes?

Meet with an academic advisor to choose your courses and create a plan of study. Our academic advisors are available by appointment or on a walk-in basis at our Mount Laurel Campus. 

To check for course availability, click here. 

For more information or to schedule an appointment, click here. 

I’ve chosen my classes. How do I register?

You may register online through your WebAdvisor account. Pay attention to payment due dates to avoid late charges or being dropped from your classes for non-payment. 

For more information about the Office of the Registrar, contact information and hours, click here. 

*RCBC accepts transfer credits, not grades, from accredited colleges and universities provided that they are submitted as official transcripts and have been completed with a grade of “C” or better. The maximum number of credits that can be accepted cannot exceed 75% of the required credits in a program (usually 48 credits).