Student Life

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.

On Rowan Boulevard, a home for the College of Graduate & Continuing Education.

Students learn—and shine—as Rowan hosts Booker-Lonegan U.S. Senate debate.

Popular Rowan After Hours program promotes late-night fun, school spirit.

Since the 1970s, the John Green Team House has served as the home for Rowan University’s athletic teams. But now, thanks to a $4.2 million renovation and expansion of the building on Carpenter Street, every team—and every student-athlete—has a space in the Team House to call their own.

Each year, health professionals at Rowan University provide 12,000 service contacts to students. That number might just increase with the opening of the University’s Wellness Center at Winans Hall, a renovated 21,650-square-foot building that unites medical and mental health services under one roof.

Rowan's version of 'Kill Me Now' presented as part of Philadelphia's FringeArts festival

A multi-media exhibit exploring language through art opens the 2013-2014 Rowan University Art Gallery season.

Emmy winner Adam Chazen, 27, will accept the University's Distinguished Young Alumnus Award on Sept. 1.

An information session for this summer’s Young Profs Exploration Camp, which is open to middle school students with Asperger Syndrome or high functioning autism, will be held Sunday, June 2, on Rowan Univeristy’s Glassboro campus.

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