There will be seas of students in caps and gowns on the University Green and elsewhere on campus this week; parents, other family members and friends craning their necks for a glimpse of their grad

His resume brimming with honors, political science major Cameron Hudson is gearing up for a career in public service.
Legally blind, Sena Pottackal runs around campus on four-inch heels--and is graduating with her bachelor's degree in public relations, with highest honors.
Bole Humanitarian Award recipient Karlee Henderson is bound for Cooper Medical School of Rowan University as she pursues her dream of becoming a pediatrician. She graduated summa cum laude with two degrees.

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The Henry M. Rowan College of Engineering on May 21 entered into an engineering agreement with Rowan College of Gloucester County that will provide an alternate path for students seeking a four-year engineering degree.
In four sunshine-filled days across six ceremonies, degrees were conferred upon more than 3,200 members of the Class of 2015 during Rowan University’s first-ever Commencement Week, May 12-15.
In a passionate address to graduates of the College of Humanities & Social Sciences, 2006 alumna Ashley Abdullah implored the graduates to find their mission, be there for the people they love, and think of difficulties they face as building blocks to success. Also at the ceremony, Glassboro Mayor Leo McCabe received an honorary Doctor of Humanities Degree.
When Rowan University Student Government Association President Joe Chen addressed the William G. Rohrer College of Business Class of 2015 during commencement ceremonies on May 15, he was speaking to his own. And what he had to say no doubt made professors who taught the human resource management major proud.
In a rousing address that masterfully paid homage to Rowan University’s profound growth from the Glassboro Normal School—a teachers’ college—to a comprehensive public research institution, U.S. Secretary of Higher Education Rochelle Hendricks got down to basics when she talked about the impact teachers, counselors and educational leaders have on students.

“Be critical, ignore criticism.”

So said Ken Tucker, and he ought to know.

Jack Annunziato, of Manalapan, NJ, called it “a phenomenal day.”