Rowan College at Burlington County Reviews

4.86 out of 5 stars
(1 Review)
  • Pemberton (NJ)
  • Annual Tuition: $7,185
100% of 1 students said this degree improved their career prospects
100% of 1 students said they would recommend this school to others
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Student & Graduate Reviews

4.9 out of 5 stars
AirForce Airman - 7/29/2019
Degree: Engineering
Graduation Year: 2020
"I went to many different institutions and no matter where I go people are always complaining about small issue such as financial aid taking forever or the transcript taking a long time to process. These are issues that every institution have. I originally went to Penn State University for Engineering, and believe me when I tell you that you are just a number over there and professors go out of there way to fail you. At RCBC I can actually focus on learning and without being scam out of my money. What I do on the Homework is actually what I am tested on, professor does not throw out random questions on subjects you had never learn before expecting you to read 2 chapters a head. Sure Penn State is a ranked Engineering school, but it does not matter where you go to school, as long as you when to a regionally accredited school no employer actually cares. Only your GPA matters. You are not going to learn more in Physic 2 from a big name school as to a small school. Physic is Physic and the chapters cover are exactly the same. I took both classes at both institution. Its also nice that RCBC give you an AS degree after two years so you have an achievement markers. They also have many connections into many different well know and good university to finish up your last 2 years like Rutgers and Rowan that will take you right after graduation. Lastly the education at RCBC is so affordable that you are not going to be stressing out about being in debt. You can pretty much work a part time job and pay for your degree no problem. Don't get scam by big name schools."