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Earn a Bachelor’s Degree for less than $30,000
The “3 +1” option is available to incoming RCGC​ freshman students beginning September 2016.

The “3 +1” option is available to incoming RCGC​ freshman students.

  • Earn a four-year degree at a reduced price: less than $30,000 for a bachelor’s degree
  • Save on tuition and fees — three years at the community college cost and the final year at the university rate
  • Follows Rowan University course curriculum with 300-level classes taught by RCGC advanced-degree faculty
  • Graduate with a Rowan University bachelor’s degree
  • Future internships and co-op opportunities being developed to enhance work experience and career potential

Eligible Programs ​​

The 3 Plus 1 Program

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Unique in New Jersey, a "3+1" program will enable students to spend three years at one of the two Rowan University-affiliated community colleges and just one at the University as they complete coursework for their bachelor's degree.

 
 
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The “3 +1” option is available to incoming RCGC​ freshman students beginning September 2016. 


Making College More Affordable


  • Earn a four-year degree at a reduced price: less than $30,000 for a bachelor’s degree

  • Save on tuition and fees — three years at the community college cost and the final year at the university rate

  • Follows Rowan University course curriculum with 300-level classes taught by RCGC advanced-degree faculty

  • Graduate with a Rowan University bachelor’s degree

  • Future internships and co-op opportunities being developed to enhance work experience and career potential


Eligible Programs ​​

  • Law and Justice 
  • Liberal Studies 
  • Nursing 
  • Psychology 
  • Communications (Radio/Television/Film)​


Important Information​​

Approved by the N.J. Presidents’ Council in June 2016 and granted full regulatory authorization in July 2016, the “3+1” option now allows students to take 300-level classes at RCGC.

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​​​​​​​​President Keating discusses the ​"3+1" program and the Gloucester County Public Service Scholarship on CBS News.​​ ​​
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