Giving

Giving

Give Something Back (Give Back) has awarded $500,000 to Rowan College at Gloucester County (RCGC) and $1 million to Rowan University to fund scholarships for Pell Grant-eligible students who have faced economic hardships or other challenges such as the incarceration of a parent or foster care.
More than 2,000 alumni came back to campus for the annual Homecoming parade, alumni lunch, University tours, reunions and athletics events, all of which capped off a busy—and fun—celebration of campus pride.
It promises to be the busiest Homecoming week in Rowan University history. That makes sense considering that the theme of this year’s weeklong celebration, Oct. 9-15, is…well…ProfHistoric.
Rowan's Glassboro campus-wide lead remediation plan is complete and all drinking water meets state and federal standards for safety. In July 2016, lead was discovered in the water of Linden Hall and several other buildings on the Glassboro campus, a finding that triggered a comprehensive study of drinking water and the development of an action plan to correct the situation.
The William G. Rohrer Charitable Foundation has committed $5 million to Rowan University’s William G. Rohrer College of Business to establish a permanent endowment within the college to attract, support and graduate Honors business students.
More than 200 freshmen completed the 2017 Pre-College Institute, a time-honored Rowan University program that helps mostly first-generation college students get a jump start on their academic careers.
The SHOP (Students Helping Other Profs) is a new campus resource center that provides food and personal care items to Rowan students.
On Wednesday, March 1 the entire Rowan community – students, faculty, staff, alumni, administrators, friends and family – will unite online for a daylong marathon to support the Univers
As a capacity crowd of students, faculty, alumni, business leaders and supporters looked on, Rowan University leaders and state officials joined together to cut the ribbon on the new, $63.2 million home of the William G. Rohrer College of Business.
A new era in business education at Rowan University will be ushered in on Wednesday, Jan. 18, when the new $63.2 million home of the William G. Rohrer College of Business (RCB) is officially dedicated.