Besides incoming members of the new freshman class, the Rowan University students most excited for the start of the new school year might just be members of the Profs fall sports teams.
Current construction outside of Memorial Hall
A series of high profile construction projects are taking shape that will soon transform Rowan University’s landscape, an evolution that mirrors its rapid programmatic and student body growth.
Family enjoying Family Weekend at Rowan

Julie Peterson doesn’t just feel love for Rowan University. She exudes it. And she wants every family member of a Rowan student to exude it, too.

Passing the Torch
Part pep rally and part academic ceremony, the President’s Welcome and Picnic gave the more than 2,200 members of the Class of 2018 a warm welcome to Rowan University and its traditions.

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A series of high profile construction projects are taking shape that will soon transform Rowan University’s landscape, an evolution that mirrors its rapid programmatic and student body growth.

Julie Peterson doesn’t just feel love for Rowan University. She exudes it. And she wants every family member of a Rowan student to exude it, too.

The School of Biomedical Science and Health Professions at Rowan University will join with Special Olympics New Jersey to offer sessions of Get FIT, a fitness and nutrition program for people with

Through Rowan Proud in the ’Boro: A Contest for Glassboro Families, Rowan University’s Homecoming committee is looking to identify the borough family that exudes the most Prof pride.
By Jonathan Lai, Inquirer Staff Writer. Amid a slew of administrative actions Wednesday, Rowan University's board of trustees granted the dean of its engineering school a number of requests that will keep him busy this year: a new doctoral program, an undergraduate major in engineering entrepreneurship, an undergraduate minor in civil engineering, and the renovation of its Rowan Hall engineering building.
By Robert Strauss, New Jersey Monthly contributor. Little in Ali Houshmand’s childhood suggested that he might someday lead a university as its president. Growing up in the 1960s in the Iranian capital of Tehran, he knew mostly hardship.