Rowan University's Circle K, a service leadership club, is sponsoring its first "Book Drive for Better Lives" to benefit children in war-affected regions of Africa.
Nearly 500 environmentally aware students plant bulbs and clean up around campus.
Rowan performers stage and all-new version of the theater classic.
Themed "Taking Flight," Rowan 2010 Homecoming to be better than ever!
In what has become a time-honored Rowan University tradition, young children in the Glassboro community will celebrate Halloween in a fun and safe environment during the eighth annual "Haunted Student Center" on Friday, Oct. 29, from 4-6 p.m. in the Chamberlain Student Center, 201 Mullica Hill Road.
The Rowan University Rec Center is sponsoring a “Socks for Soldiers” program to benefit men and women serving overseas. The program will run through October 31.
If you're a proud member of the Brown and Gold Rowan University family--or you just want to learn more about the depth and breadth of the University--Glassboro is the place to be Oct. 27-31 as Rowan celebrates Homecoming & Family Weekend 2010.
From workshops to ballroom dancing to wheelchair rugby, Rowan University will celebrate Disability Awareness Week--and the 20th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)--the week of Monday, Oct. 18.
Students will get a leg up on building their careers--and landing a future job--through two events planned by Rowan's Career and Academic Planning (CAP) Center.
In celebration of the National Day on Writing, Rowan University will hold its second annual 24-hour writing marathon, "So You Think You Can Write?" on Wednesday, Oct. 20, and Thursday, Oct. 21, in the Writing Center.