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Rowan College at Gloucester County and Cumberland County College merged on July 1, 2019 to form Rowan College of South Jersey (RCSJ).

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Scholarships at Gloucester

Scholarships at Gloucester


The Gloucester County Chamber of Commerce, in conjunction with Rowan College at Gloucester County, has established the “Chamber of Commerce Education Partnership” (CCEP), an initiative created to provide higher education opportunities to chamber members and their employees, with a 33-percent discount on tuition and per credi​​t fees.

Student Eligibility
  • Be a Gloucester County Chamber of Commerce member or an employee of a Chamber member
  • Submit proof of employment and verification form
  • Be a full-time or part-time employee, in accordance with Chamber employer requirements
  • Enroll in an associate degree program or certificate program​
  • Take a minimum of 3 credits each semester (maximum credits at the discretion of the employer)
  • Maintain a minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.5 or higher
  • Pursue a program of study in an area related to field of employment

Partnership Details
  • Meet all admission and application requirements established by RCGC
  • Satisfy all Gloucester County Chamber of Commerce and student eligibility requirements
  • Participants pay only 67 percent of tuition and fees
  • Reimbursement provided for employees meeting CCEP student eligibility requirements
  • RCGC associate degree credits transfer to other four-year
  • institutions towards a bachelor’s degree

Application Process
  • Apply for admission to RCGC
  • Meet all admission and application requirements established by RCGC
  • Meet all student eligibility requirements
  • Meet all Gloucester County Chamber of Commerce eligibility requirements

Dr. Patricia Claghorn

Gloucester County Chamber of Commerce
Les Vail, President & CEO
856-881-6560, ext. 201
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