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Student Life

Constantine Alexakos will deliver Rowan University’s hypothetical “Last Lecture” on Tuesday, Dec. 1. It also will be his first lecture.
For the second straight year, Rowan University’s Student Government Association will host Holiday Week, a chance for the University community to join together to celebrate the holiday season, Monday, Nov. 30-Saturday, Dec. 5.
Through Saturday, Dec. 5, the Rowan University community is collecting toys to benefit local children.
A spirited evening of seasonal music is in store for audiences with “Songs of Good Cheer: A Holiday Musical Celebration” on Saturday, December 5, 2015 at 7:00 p.m.
So you want to check your grades, shop for textbooks, and confirm the start time for the next Rowan women’s basketball game.
With flying colors, Rowan University students upheld the University’s longest-standing holiday tradition—the Holiday Helper Auction--by raising more than $15,000 for the Front Row Foundation.
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.