As the premier resource of higher education in Burlington County, the College strives to meet the educational and workforce demands of the region.
The Office of Enrollment Services
The Office of Enrollment Services is designed to guide potential students through the stages of the enrollment process. The Office of Enrollment Services is dedicated to recruiting a diverse student population and providing prospective undergraduates with valuable information on BCC's many degree programs and certification options.
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Colleen Heaney-Burcher is a freshman at Burlington County College. She is planning to transfer to either The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey to major in journalism and minor in women studies or Rutgers University to major in women studies. Colleen is currently volunteering at the Animal Welfare Association in Voorhees. There, she works with socializing cats. Colleen loves volunteering at the shelter so much that she brought her work home with her by adopting a cat named Sweet Potato.
As a freshman, Kellina Gallagher never expected to become so successful during her first year at Burlington County College. From being accepted into Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society to becoming a full-fledged Service-Learning Scholar, she is honored by the opportunities BCC has given her. She volunteers at the Pemberton Early Childhood Education Center where she aids preschool teachers and interacts with children. She enjoys the time she spends there because she is studying to become an elementary school teacher. As an education major and a future teacher, making a positive impact on each student's future is her greatest goal in life.
Jackie Miller is a freshman at Burlington County College. She is majoring in liberal arts and sciences at BCC, and after graduation she plans to move on to Temple University in hopes of achieving a master’s degree in recreational therapy. She currently volunteers at Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge in Medford. There, she works in the animal hospital tending to injured and orphaned animals from the native Pine Barrens. Jackie also volunteers at the Friends of Burlington County Animal Shelter where she photographs and socializes pets so they can have a higher chance of adoption.