Since the 1970s, the John Green Team House has served as the home for Rowan University’s athletic teams. But now, thanks to a $4.2 million renovation and expansion of the building on Carpenter Street, every team—and every student-athlete—has a space in the Team House to call their own.

Each year, health professionals at Rowan University provide 12,000 service contacts to students. That number might just increase with the opening of the University’s Wellness Center at Winans Hall, a renovated 21,650-square-foot building that unites medical and mental health services under one roof.

Emmy award-winning alumnus urges freshmen to excel.

This week, Cooper Medical School of Rowan University welcomed back its Charter Class along with group of new first year medical students in the Class of 2017.

When Gene Elliott first arrived in downtown Glassboro in 1962 with his wife, Connie, she turned to him and said, “This place certainly needs a beauty treatment.”

Emmy winner Adam Chazen, 27, will accept the University's Distinguished Young Alumnus Award on Sept. 1.

Weekend event to host returning alumni, friends and family and raise scholarship money for deserving students.

During Rowan University’s 88th Commencement ceremony on May 17, not only was the sun shining brightly, so, too, was each of our more than 2,200 graduates. In addition to welcoming Commencement speaker N.J. State Senate President Steve Sweeney and honorary Doctors of Humanities recipients Larry Salva ’77 and his wife, Rita, we had the pleasure of honoring 2013’s Distinguished Alumnus recipient, Shaun “Shaun T” Thompson.

On July 1, Dr. Monika Shealey will become the newest dean in the oldest college at Rowan University. And when she takes over as leader of Rowan’s College of Education, Shealey will do so during a period of profound transformation for the University.

As Rowan University undergoes a period of profound transformation, two of the nation’s top credit-rating agencies have given the institution high marks.