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Adult Center for Transition (ACT)


The mission of the Adult Center for Transition (ACT) is to afford young adults with disabilities, the vocational, educational and social skills necessary to become independent and contributing members of society.    ​

ACT Emphasizes


  • Enhancement of literacy, writing composition, functional/college level math, workplace readiness, personal development, computer literacy and activities of daily living 
  • ​Access to continuing education courses and programs
  • Access to courses for credit and audit

Vocational Experiences

  • ​Career interest inventories
  • Resume writing and interview skills
  • Exposure to various job opportunities
  • (Reverse Job Fair)
  • Internship experiences

Socialization and Life Skills

  • ​Access to RCSJ clubs and student life activities
  • Unified Sports Special Olympics

Additional Information​

Social Work/Case Management

The program is staffed with an on-site social worker a case manager who:

  • Promotes the general well-being of students
  • Maintains ongoing relationships with students
  • and their caregivers
  • Facilitates social/emotional support groups
  • and provides counseling
  • ​Assists students and caregivers in utilizing appropriate community resources
  • Serves as a liaison to community agencies
  •  Provides ongoing professional development to staff


  • Program runs concurrent with Rowan College of South Jersey calendar
  • Program is available for 2 years (length of enrollment is based on personal growth and development)
  • Program hours are typically 9:30 a.m.–3:00 p.m., Mon. through Thurs.
  • Enrichment programming is potentially offered at an additional cost
  • Five-week optional summer enrichment program available


  • Tuition is based on semester and county of residence—call for current rates
  • Financial assistance may be available through RCSJ Gloucester Foundation or Cumberland County Campus ​Educational Foundation for eligible candidates.​