GCIT Class of 2020 graduates also earning degrees from Rowan College of South Jersey

GCIT has 17 members of the class of 2020 who have also earned associate's degree from RCSJ thanks to dual credits and the High School Option Program.

Gloucester County Institute of Technology’s class of 2020 has 17 students who have earned associate’s degrees from Rowan College of South Jersey (RCSJ).

In total, the graduating class completed 3,517 credits and took more than 1,000 college classes. They had the opportunity to earn the college credits while attending high school at the same time through dual credits and the High School Option Program (HSOP.) GCIT students have college level courses built into their specific program curriculum, allowing them to earn dual credits. Students are then able to take additional college courses through the HSOP, which is offered to the students at a discount.

The following students earned this accomplishment: Drew Ethan Conlin, Thomas W. Dalfonso Jr.,  Lindsay Mary Gruman, Kadijah M. Kargbo, Cassidy A. Lamphere, Ariana A. Mannino, Rebecca Joy Mattison, Morgan Noelle Murray, Elspeth Faye Nabua, Jillian Michael Ruggero, Heer F. Singh, Braden Robert Snyder, Sierra J. String, Hailey M. Sulzbach, Lilliana M. Thomas-De Salas, Loryn A. Walker and Dillon M. Withers. ​​​​​​

GCIT’s high school graduation ceremony will be held in June. To learn about programs at Rowan College of South Jersey, visit www.rcsj.edu/DesignYourFuture.  ​​​​​​​