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.
overview rendering of Rowan 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.

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.
Rowan University is well on its way to realizing its goal of conducting $100 million in sponsored research by 2023, posting an increase in funded projects in 2013-14 of nearly 500 percent compared to 2011-12. Rowan tallied approximately $5 million in sponsored research in 2011, compared to close to $30 million in 2014.
By Jonathan Lai, Inquirer Staff Writer. Rowan University will offer certain applicants this year the option of submitting an additional essay in lieu of SAT or ACT scores, joining a slew of schools that have eliminated or reduced standardized-test requirements for admission.


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