Since 1968, Rowan College at Gloucester County has been serving the educational needs of Gloucester County and the surrounding South Jersey area. Today, the College is the center of educational opportunity with more than 6,800 students enrolled annually. Opening the door to a successful career — at an affordable cost — begins here. Students have the option to earn credits toward a four-year bachelor’s degree or to train for jobs in some of the region’s fastest growing industries. The key to opening doors to a successful future begins at Rowan College at Gloucester County.
Start Smart at RCGC
Transfer to a bachelor’s degree
RCGC offers 50 associate degree programs, plus agreements with numerous four-year universities, to make transferring to a bachelor’s degree seamless and cost effective.
For the career-minded student, RCGC offers skills-oriented credentials that prepare students for direct entry into the workplace. Credit and non-credit programs leading to professional development certifications, certificates and associate in applied science degrees.
Continuing Education opportunities
Non-credit courses allow students to learn new skills for work or pursue personal enrichment.
Corporate training for local businesses
Companies can take advantage of business and customized training, career programs and grant-funded classes to educate employees and improve productivity.
RCGC faculty members are focused on teaching and committed to student success. State-of-the-art technology, personalized attention, and knowledgeable instructors enrich the learning experience.
RCGC students are the number one priority. The College offers a variety of support services to help students succeed in the classroom, in addition to cultural and student life activities.
An affordable educational option
RCGC offers an outstanding educational value at the lowest tuition in New Jersey. Financial aid and scholarships opportunities are available.
A diverse learning community
Men and women of diverse ages, races, ethnicities, nationalities and backgrounds both study and teach at the College.