Division of University Advancement

A generous gift from Susquehanna Bank has given Rowan University students a huge boost in their efforts to assist typhoon victims in the Philippines.

Rohrer Foundation's donation creates $2 million endowment.

The Rowan Television Network, one of Rowan University’s largest student organizations, will broadcast the “Philippine Benefit Special: Typhoon Haiyan Relief” from 7-8:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 3.

Robert and Susan Brooks are hoping that their $100,000 gift to Rowan University will help take the University’s athletics program to the next level. That next level might just be construction of facilities on the university’s West Campus.

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.”

Rowan University has received a $10,000 grant from the Horizon Foundation for New Jersey to fund the Get FIT program.

Led by two dynamic seniors, 1,000 Rowan students will look to raise $70,000 for the American Cancer Society during the University's ninth annual Relay for Life event.

Rowan students lose hair, raise big money for pediatric cancer research.

Many couples treasure the place where they met, where they fell in love, where they reached their adult milestones.  Pamela Zee and Minh Huynh, a physician couple living in Moorestown, NJ, have turned their fondness for that place into a major philanthropic gift that will benefit future physicians and the city that was once their home-away-from-home.  

On Saturday, March 23, the University’s College of Humanities & Social Sciences (CHSS) will host “A Voyage with Marvin Creamer,” an event that will raise scholarship funds for deserving Rowan students and celebrate the epic voyage around the world by Creamer 30 years ago.

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