From building bottle rockets to conducting science experiments to creating ceramics to presenting their own news casts, 16 youngsters with high functioning autism or Asperger’s syndrome will explore various academic fields—and enhance their social skills—during Rowan University’s fourth annual Young Profs Exploration Camp.
Division of Student Life
Philadelphia Inquirer op-ed written by Rowan University senior Jonathan Pepper
Unified Sports is more than a game. And now -- thanks to New Jersey's historic legislative move -- the message of Unified Sports, a program where athletes with and without disabilities play on the same team, will spread throughout the state.
Orientation at Rowan University is about more—way more—than choosing courses or knowing where to find Campbell Library, the bursar’s office or the Rec Center.
Two medical schools. Designation as a research institution. An emphasis on biomedical science and health sciences. Rowan Boulevard. Those recent Rowan University achievements had an impact on the more than 2,400 students who have chosen to become members of the freshman Class of 2018, according to Dan Reigel, associate director of admissions.
This summer, the PROS are working 12 Orientation sessions—eight for freshman, three for transfer student and one for international students--plus Welcome Weekend.
June 28, 2012. That’s the day a quiet, one-on-one conversation with a student leader at Rowan University put Ethan Stoetzer on the path to involvement—and success.
Rowan University will “go blue” for a good cause from March 31-April 6 when the University marks its third annual Autism Awareness Week.
Rowan University’s Health and Wellness Center will host its Fifth Annual Breast Cancer Walk/Run at 10 a.m. on Sunday, March 30, 2014 (9 a.m. registration) on Rowan’s Glassboro campus at the Rec Center front patio, 201 Mullica Hill Road, Glassboro, N.J. The four-mile run/walk around the Rowan University campus benefits the Central & South Jersey Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure®. Last year, more than 300 people walked/ran.