Sushi Tray at dining facility
In the Marketplace, the buffet-style dining hall on Rowan’s main campus, students, faculty and staff may now feast on freshly made sushi and hand-thrown, New York-style pizza, daily specials like duck or pork belly, even kosher, halal and allergen friendly foods.
#RowanPROUD Glassboro family, Bill and Rita Capelli
Members of Rowan’s Homecoming Committee are looking for Glassboro residents who exude both Glassboro—and Prof—pride. “#RowanPROUD in the ’Boro: A Contest for Glassboro Families” is asking Glassboro families to explain, in 500 words or less, why they love Rowan University.
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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Members of Rowan’s Homecoming Committee are looking for Glassboro residents who exude both Glassboro—and Prof—pride. “#RowanPROUD in the ’Boro: A Contest for Glassboro Families” is asking Glassboro families to explain, in 500 words or less, why they love Rowan University.
By Lauren Rodia/South Jersey Times. Despite decreasing enrollment numbers in colleges nationwide, South Jersey's state colleges are seeing record highs this year with the largest freshmen classes to date. Both the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey and Rowan University have seen huge increases in overall attendance, with Rowan's total enrollment reaching more than 15,000 students and Stockton totaling more than 8,000 students.
In the Marketplace, the buffet-style dining hall on Rowan’s main campus, students, faculty and staff may now feast on freshly made sushi and hand-thrown, New York-style pizza, daily specials like duck or pork belly, even kosher, halal and allergen friendly foods.