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Scholarships at Gloucester

Scholarships at Gloucester


The Gloucester County Chamber of Commerce, in conjunction with Rowan College of South Jersey- Gloucester Campus, 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 RCSJ-Gloucester Campus
  • 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
  • RCSJ-Gloucester Campus associate degree credits transfer to other four-year institutions towards a bachelor’s degree

Application Process
  • Apply for admission to RCSJ-Gloucester Campus
  • Meet all admission and application requirements established by RCSJ- Gloucester Campus
  • 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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