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Rowan University will open on Wednesday, but classes will resume on Thursday, Nov. 1. The medical school will resume classes on Wednesday.
The Office of the President thanks the University community for once again coming together so quickly during an emergency. We are truly prepared for whatever the storm may bring, even if it means that Rowan is asked to once again serve as an emergency shelter for residents of communities that are hardest hit by the storm.Below is an update as to our overall state of preparedness.
Due to weather predictions associated with Hurricane Sandy, the Sports Hall of Fame induction ceremoney scheduled for Sunday, Oct. 27, has been postponed. We apologize for the inconvenience and appreciate your understanding. 
Weather forecasters are calling for Southern New Jersey to feel the effects of Hurricane Sandy starting Sunday evening with the brunt of the storm coming through the region early Monday morning through Tuesday. We can expect more than 10” of rain and sustained wind speeds in excess of 70 mph. All Rowan University facilities will be closed on Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 29 and 30. Students who live on the Glassboro campus must notify their resident assistants by Sunday at noon of whether they plan to leave campus or remain. Students who plan to remain on campus will receive instructions from their resident assistants about procedures and services for their specific building.
Teaching the simple to complex concepts of engineering to college students is a given in the Rowan University College of Engineering.
Rowan Radio 89.7 WGLS-FM will air “Meet the Candidates Night” for candidates of the Glassboro School Board on Tuesday, Oct. 30 at 6 p.m.
Rowan University at Camden has joined with other "Eds and Meds" in the city to improve the quality of life in the city and to support the redevelopment of Camden's neighborhoods, according to a new report.
Rowan University’s Rohrer College of Business recently presented its first three Distinguished Business Alumni Awards as part of its 40th anniversary celebration.
Rowan University’s William G. Rohrer College of Business recently presented its first-ever William G. Rohrer Business Leader of the Year Award to Gerald Shreiber, president and CEO of J&J Snack Foods Corp., Pennsauken.
Twenty years ago, Henry Rowan and his late wife, Betty, made a $100 million gift (http://www.rowan.edu/rowangift">www.rowan.edu/rowangift) to what is now known as Rowan University. That gift changed the face of the Glassboro institution, leading to the founding of the highly ranked Rowan College of Engineering (http://www.rowan.edu/engineering">www.rowan.edu/engineering)─a first in South Jersey—as well as numerous other initiatives on the University campus.

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