Burlington County College is a two-year community school that gives students the options to find an ideal student living arrangement in four locations throughout Burlington County, New Jersey. Student housing is available near BCC's two campuses in Pemberton Township and Mount Laurel, as well as its two learning centers in Mount Holly and Willingboro. The school was founded in 1966, and has slowly expanded to enroll more than 7,500 students, many of whom reside in off campus housing in the surrounding community. Each of these locations offers a unique aspect of student living, though generally, Burlington County College's centers are placed in mid-sized historic towns that are at once interesting and manageable.
Those in Burlington County College student housing work toward Associate in Arts, Associate in Science and Associate in Applied Science degree programs, as well as certificate programs. In recent years, the college has taken steps to improve student living and demonstrate a dedication to academic success through several new initiatives. The college recently opened the Student Gallery and Art Store, a student-run facility in Mount Holly that allows students to display and sell original art work. In addition, over the past 5 years, Burlington has partnered with Drexel University and Wilmington University to bring faculty from the two institutions to Mount Laurel, and offer bachelor's degree programs.
Each of the school's learning centers supports student living and provides several options for off campus housing. The Mount Holly area is an especially enticing location, set amid such attractions as the High Street Grill, Robin's Nest Bakery and a large system of parks, divided by a flowing creek.
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