Registration is now open for Rowan College at Burlington County’s (RCBC) Personal and Professional Development classes.
Personal & Professional Development offers non-credit courses to the community so that all students have the opportunity to upgrade skills, pursue new ones or explore a hobby in these special courses. All age groups are represented in these credit-free courses and are registered on a first-come, first-served basis.
Workforce Development Institute Provide Free Career Training for Women
Women interested in a new career path in energy or construction fields can be eligible for free training provided by a partnership of leading utility companies and the new Rowan College at Burlington County Workforce Development Institute.
Rowan College at Burlington County has named Seigha Omuso the new Men’s Basketball Coach. Omuso is a professional coach, trainer and mentor with more than 10 years of experience working with young people of diverse ages, skill levels and cultural backgrounds in both recreational and competitive settings.
Rowan College at Burlington County is first in N.J. to offer junior-year courses to community college students
Students attending Rowan College at Burlington County will soon be able to stay an extra year for their junior-year courses before completing a bachelor’s degree at Rowan University, allowing them to save more than $75,000 while earning a bachelor’s degree from one of the top 100 public universities in the country.
Former legislator, Rowan University alumna and RCBC valedictorian join Rowan College at Burlington County Board of Trustees
The Rowan College Board of Trustees welcomed three new members at its July meeting as the college released a virtual tour of the Student Success Center, which will be the centerpiece of the transformed Mount Laurel campus.