Mount Laurel Campus

The 112-acre Mount Laurel Campus, opened in 1995, provides expanded access to students and businesses in the southern sector of Burlington County. Conveniently located on Route 38 just one-quarter mile from Route I-295, the Mount Laurel Campus sits squarely in the area that New Jersey Business magazine has called "the high tech renaissance in South Jersey".

The population and business growth taking place in that part of the County has led to a rapid rise in enrollment at the Mt. Laurel Campus. This Spring, 51 percent of BCC's students will take at least one class there.

 

Laurel Hall

This long-awaited replacement building for previously rented classrooms opened in September 2002. The 52,799 square foot, three-story building features two entrance foyers leading to a two-story open area rotunda/student lounge and administration/reception area. The Building's first floor includes a 75-station computer room, tiered lecture hall, faculty and administration offices and support space. The two upper floors include 20 standard classrooms with full computer station capabilities. The third floor houses the rotunda student lounge and a multi-purpose classroom.

To view the Map & Floor Plan (First Floor), Click Here.
To view the Map & Floor Plan (Second Floor), Click Here.
To view the Map & Floor Plan (Third Floor), Click Here.

 

The TEC Building

To view the Map & Floor Plan (First Floor), Click Here.
To view the Map & Floor Plan (Second Floor), Click Here.
To view the Map & Floor Plan (Third Floor), Click Here.

 

The Science Building

This new facility, separated by a domed rotunda from the Enterprise Center, is adjacent to the Technology and Engineering Center on what will eventually become a Campus Quadrangle open area. The Science Building features large laboratories for basic and advanced biology and chemistry, computer labs, classrooms and a new, more spacious College Bookstore.

To view the Map & Floor Plan (First Floor), Click Here.
To view the Map & Floor Plan (Second Floor), Click Here.

 

Briggs Road Center

The Briggs Road Center extends the College by more than 25,500 square-feet and includes 11 classrooms, conference areas and a multi-purpose room.

If walking from Laurel Hall, go through Parking Lot #6 (please watch out for traffic), cross over Circle Drive to the walkway located in back of the High Technology Incubator, and follow to the front of the Briggs Road Building.

If driving, there are a limited number of parking spaces for BCC students at Briggs Road Center; additional student parking is available across the street in BCC’s auxiliary student parking lot.

To view the Map & Floor Plan, Click Here.
To view the Briggs Road Center Parking Map and Walking Path, Click Here.

 

Central Power Plant

The 8,875 square foot Central Energy Plant is the economical central distribution point of power, heating and cooling temperature control for the entire Mt. Laurel Campus facilities. In early 2002, the building will also serve as the Mt. Laurel Campus offices for Security and Physical Plant personnel.

 

Additional Features on the Mt. Laurel Campus: