RCSJ Freezes Tuition and Fees for the 2020-2021 Academic Year
(Sewell, NJ)—To assist families in South Jersey struggling with the cost of higher education during the coronavirus pandemic, Rowan College of South Jersey (RCSJ) announced a freeze on tuition and fees for the year ahead.
The RCSJ Board of Trustees unanimously approved keeping tuition unchanged for the 2020-2021 academic year.
“The COVID-19 pandemic has changed so many things in each one of our lives, by freezing tuition for the 2020–2021 academic year we are able to keep education within the reach of every student. We want to ensure that every student has the opportunity to succeed when they enroll at Rowan College of South Jersey,” said Freeholder Director Robert M. Damminger.
Offering 88 unique degree programs and more than 35 certificate selections, RCSJ provides an attractive option for many students looking to complete general education classes or major-specific programs at a significantly reduced cost before transferring to a four-year university of their choice. The College’s two-year programs allow students to enter the workforce with little to no debt.
“Rowan College of South Jersey is maintaining its commitment to accessible and affordable higher education,” said Gloucester County Freeholder and Education Liaison, Lyman Barnes. “The tuition freeze allows our students to budget their education as a priority and continue to invest in their future. Our innovative programs, educational opportunities and partnerships will continue to thrive and give our students the tools they need to succeed.”
To register for summer and fall classes, visit RCSJ.edu. All summer sessions are being held online in accordance with current state guidelines.