Diversity at BCC

Burlington County College is committed to promoting diversity and multiculturalism in its curriculum, student population, staff, teaching faculty, events, and programs. As a community based  organization, the College is also very active in the minority communities of Burlington County and works to promote awareness, equality, and inclusion.

Burlington County College has been committed to a policy of equality of opportunity. We aim to provide a working and learning environment, which is free from unfair discrimination and will give staff and students the opportunity to fulfill their personal potential. All individuals should be treated with dignity and respect whether at work or study. The College strives to promote a working and learning environment and culture in which harassment is unacceptable and where individuals have the confidence to deal with harassment without fear of victimization.

The College is unequivocally committed to the goal of fostering mutual respect and understating between its constituent communities and to promote equality of opportunity among staff and students alike. We encourage all staff and students to enjoy and celebrate its diverse culture. Burlington County College can boast of it's diverse student population from all over the world.

The highlights of this website are aimed to showcase the many diverse cultures represented in Central New Jersey. BCC hopes to present itself as a community of diverse cultures that can help you get there.

2012-2013 Student Enrollment by Age

Age Number Percentage
17 - Under 1,285 7.5%
18 - 20 5,068 29.5%
21 - 24 4,856 28.3%
25 - 34 3,419 19.9%
35 - 44 1,356 7.9%
45 - 54 866 5.0%
55 - 64 233 1.4%
65 - Older 34 0.2%
Unknown 39 0.2%
Total 17,156 100%

2012-2013 Student Enrollment by Race

Race/Ethnicity Number
White 10,377
Black 3,023
Unknown 1,135
Multi 1,074
Hispanic 791
Asian 692
Hawaiian/Pacific 34
American Indian 30
Total 17,156

2012-2013 Students by Special Cohort

Cohort Number Percentage*
Pell Recipient 10,377 21.8%
Special Needs 581 3.4%
NJ STARS 328 1.9%
EOF 146 0.9%

*Percentage reflects the percentage of Students Enrolled

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