William G. Rohrer Center
The William G. Rohrer Center brings Camden County College to the Cherry Hill community and provides a starting point for a degree or certificate study. Residents can take coursework at our convenient location on the corner of Route 70 and Springdale Road.
The Rohrer Center affords the Cherry Hill community and the surrounding suburbs with personalized benefits, such as experienced academic advisors, registration and payment assistance, transfer and career services, and English as a Second Language instruction and advisement.
At the William G. Rohrer Center, you can take coursework towards the Cyber Security AAS and Liberal Arts and Science AA degrees, and there are other credit courses offered that align with other academic programs at Camden County College. In addition to credit classes, we offer a wide array of non-credit classes, including Microsoft Certifications and AutoCAD, as well as customized training for business and industry continuing education classes.
The Cherry Hill location also continues to evolve as a cultural destination. Hundreds of area residents participate in both The Arts at Rohrer activities and classes offered by the Center of Cultural Engagement.
The staff works with students one-on-one to guide them through the enrollment and instruction process. At the William G. Rohrer Center, personalized, friendly service is our hallmark.
What’s New at the William G. Rohrer Center
Camden County College’s new Cougar Esports program gives College and local community members the opportunity to play video games competitively while providing dedicated career pathways in esports-related fields. The William G. Rohrer Center in Cherry Hill will be the site of all Cougar Esports activities, including:
- Cougar Esports Arena
- Cougar Esports Team
- Cougar Esports Academic and Career Pathways
For more information about Cougar Esports or to sign up for the mailing list, please visit www.camdencc.edu/esports.
Look for these other exciting additions coming soon to the Rohrer Center:
- More coursework focusing on cybersecurity
- Increased workforce training and continuing education courses and events
- Expanded activities from the Center for Cultural Engagement and the Arts at Camden County College
- Student-friendly scheduling
- Interior & Exterior improvements
If you have questions about the William G. Rohrer Center or if you would like to know more, please contact:
David Bruno at 856-874-6000 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.