Burlington County College is a community college that trains students to enter the workforce in Burlington County. BCC’s curriculum includes courses in Photography, Culinary Arts, Automotive Technology and other career fields. Each year, the Student Government Association and other organizations on campus host numerous events and activities for the college community. BCC is home to more than 200 clubs and organizations. The Multicultural Student Union (MSU) encourages unity among all BCC students. The MSU provides a forum for students of all ethnic backgrounds to share ideas on matters that affect the entire student body. The organization also hosts educational and social activities to engage students during their leisure time. Activities include volunteering with Habitat for Humanity, organizing various workshops and participating in a toy drive. Burlington County College strives to provide an outstanding curriculum that inspires its students to think critically and examine personal values. It is the school’s mission to help students boost their skills through adaptive learning and academic support and counseling. 

Location: Pemberton, NJ

Type of Institution: Two-year, vocational

Tuition and Fees (per semester)

     • In-State: $1,807.50

     • Out-of-State: $3,022.50

Size: 10,200+ students

Percentage of African-American Students: 18%

Percentage of Men: 42%

Percentage of Women: 58%

Student-Teacher Ratio: 26:1

Degrees Offered: Associate’s, Certificate

Colleges/Schools: Liberal Arts, Science/Mathematics and Technology, Nursing and Allied Health

Housing: Housing not provided


     • African-American Greek: N/A

     • Others: Multicultural Student Union

City Life: One hour from Philadelphia, PA, shopping, dining, museums, art galleries, food tours, airboat rides, concerts and shows, theater/performing arts, professional sports: NBA (76ers), MLB (Phillies), NFL (Eagles), NHL (Flyers)