Student Life

Student Life

Rowan University will offer a three-year, year-round degree path for students beginning in fall 2016. The program will be available in multiple majors, with students taking a prescribed sequence of courses during the fall, spring and summer sessions and living on campus the entire three years, including two summers.
Scientists are in a race to be the first to discover the earliest moments when diseases begin and Rowan's Dr. Robert Nagele is among the leaders in this crowded, worldwide pursuit.
Rowan’s Student University Programmers (SUP) will present the 49th annual auction on Monday, Nov. 16, to raise funds for the Front Row Foundation.
Rowan University's Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies will serve as the focal point for students, faculty, teachers, and community members to learn the history and lessons of the Holocaust.
Events designed to honor and assist our nation's veterans are planned as Rowan University marks Veterans Week, Nov. 8-14.
Rowan University Unified Sports and Special Olympics New Jersey will host the fifth annual Miles for Medals 5k and 1-mile fun run on Saturday, Nov. 7.
Incorporating the beauty of the natural world, the newest public art installation on Rowan University’s Glassboro campus pays homage to an incredible journey that began with an idea.
The Glassboro School District and Rowan University will host open houses for the Glassboro Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) and Fine and Performing Arts Academies on Monday, Nov. 9.
By many measures, Rowan University is a great choice, a good value, and appeals to an ever-greater number of students, but few measures are stronger than this:
With distinguished speakers, reflections on the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), wheelchair dancing, discussions, presentations, and Paralympics sports, Rowan University will celebrate “Disability Awareness Week, Oct. 26-30.