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Foundation Events


School Counts! Recognition Ceremony, Tuesday, July 21

6 p.m. Frank Guaracini Jr. Fine and Performing Arts Center

The School Counts! Recognition Ceremony is an annual ceremony recognizing School Counts! students on track for their 4th School Counts! certificate.  Students have the opportunity to earn a School Counts! certificate for each year in high school if they accomplish a higher than 95% attendance record, complete Algebra 1, achieve a grade of C or better in every course, and graduate from high school on time.  

President's Scholarship Reception, Monday, September 14​

6 p.m. Frank Guaracini Jr. Fine and Performing Arts Center

In May each year, the President's Scholarship Reception awards more than $120,000 to over 100 RCSJ – Cumberland Campus students and Cumberland high school students.  Scholarships are awarded based on academics, athletics, student life and more.  Thank you to all our donors, community leaders, and partners in making this scholarship ceremony a memorable event each year.  For more information about making a gift to the Foundation or establishing a scholarship, contact Maria LeBlanc, Director of Foundation/Alumni at 856.200.4556 or via email at mleblanc@rcsj.edu

News & Brews, Postponed until further notice​

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Alumni come take a tour of the brewery and learn about the equipment and brewing process, enjoy local craft beer, participate in Games and compete for door prizes!


2020 School Counts! Golf Classic, Postponed until Fall 2020​


The Foundation will hold its 18th School Counts! Golf Classic at the newly renovated Union League National Golf Club. The golf tournament assists the Cumberland County Campus ​Educational Foundation with raising awareness and funding for the School Counts! program which encourages students to develop workforce readiness habits deemed necessary by area employers. Students have the opportunity to earn a School Counts! certificate for each year in high school if they accomplish a higher than 95% attendance record, complete Algebra 1, achieve a grade of C or better in every course, and graduate from high school on time. Students who earn four consecutive School Counts! certificates are eligible for a two-year tuition scholarship to Cumberland Campus.​ 






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