On July 1, 2014, Gloucester County College entered a premier partnership with Rowan University and changed its name to Rowan College at Gloucester County (RCGC). The goal of this partnership is to make higher education more affordable for South Jersey students by providing a direct, cohesive route to a bachelor's degree with easy transfer of credits.
From their very first day of classes, RCGC students are conditionally admitted to Rowan University with the understanding that all program prerequisite coursework and GPA requirements must be satisfied. Students pay the community-college tuition and fee rates for their freshman and sophomore years of college, saving them substantial time and money. Visit Transfer Advising to learn more.
- Conditional acceptance to Rowan University
- Joint counseling and advising
- Rowan University transfer and application fees are waived
- RCGC graduates fulfilling the partnership criteria begin at Rowan University as fully-matriculated juniors
Routes to a Bachelor's Degree
- Traditional Transfer
After graduating with an associate degree, students transfer seamlessly to Rowan University's main campus in Glassboro. View Undergraduate Degree Programs to learn more about each major's prerequisite coursework and GPA requirements.
- Degree Completion
Graduates have the option to complete their Rowan University bachelor's degree on the RCGC campus with tuition discounts. Visit Bachelor's Degree Completion to learn more.
- RN-BSN Program
The RN-BSN nursing partnership is currently available on the Rowan College campus (Rowan University tuition rates apply). Visit Nursing to learn more.
- Reverse Transfer
Students who transfer to Rowan University prior to graduating from RCGC can earn an associate degree retroactively through reverse credit transfer.