Start you Valentine's Day off right! Make a personalized card, a chocolate photo lollipop, a stuff-a-plush teddy bear, and a floral bouquet for your sweetheart. All for free with a Rowan ID.
This three day Jazz festival has daytime activities that includes high school performances and a daily clinic from 11:45am to 12:45pm. There will be a 8:00pm concert on Friday night (14th) featuring guest pianist Jim Ridl. The Rowan Lab and Jazz Band's will be accompanied by the Rowan String Ensemble. Additional information and tickets can be obtained at the Box Office.
No gimmicks, no catch! Come join us every Friday at the Wellness Center Information Desk from 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. to pick up five (5) FREE condoms and info about safer sex.
Rowan University Art Gallery presents artist Joyce Kozloff, a major figure in both the Pattern and Decoration and the Feminist art movements of the 1970s, in her first solo exhibition in New Jersey. Running from January 21 through March 15, the exhibition is welcomed with a gallery talk by the artist and reception on Wednesday, January 29 at 5 pm.
The Office of Admissions will offer a guided tour of campus.
Come to the Academic Success Center's workshop on Managing Stress & Anxiety. This will teach you ways to prevent you from having stress in your life.
Presented by the Maynard Ferguson Institute of Jazz Studies at Rowan, the 44th Annual Rowan Jazz Festival concludes with a gala concert - 'Jazz on Strings' - featuring guest artist and acclaimed pianist Jim Ridl, as well as student and faculty performers. The performance is the final event of the three-day festival that includes daily adjudication sessions and clinics for high school and middle school jazz ensembles from throughout the region.
The Rowan After Hours (RAH) and the Greek Cultural Organization Council (GCOC), invites the Rowan community to a special engagement of the international touring play, Platanos & Collard Greens. The play is hilarious, heartbreaking, and thought provoking all at the same time as it examines issues of interracial love, family values, and political realities facing people of color.
Enjoy a production of Platanos Y Collard Greens, a comedic love story between African-American and Latino college students in New York. This event is co-sponsored by GCOC and is free with Rowan ID.