Admissions: Accomplished

Admissions: Accomplished

Now that he's accepted bachelor’s degrees in biochemistry and biological sciences at Rowan University, Paul Rothlauf is heading to Harvard University Medical School's doctoral program in virology.
From earning two bachelor’s degrees—in theatre arts and public relations—with a near-perfect 3.99 GPA to serving as an Admissions Ambassador, stage managing theatre productions, editing the yearbook, studying abroad, and succeeding in high-profile, demanding PR internships, Alexzandra "Allie" Fogle has shined as brightly as the footlights in Rowan University’s Tohill Theatre.
This is the fourth consecutive year that Rowan Radio 89.7 WGLS-FM staff have won the prestigious award.
Over its first 50 years, Rowan's College of Communication & Creative Arts grew from a small department created to teach writing to a popular destination institution with a wide range of program offerings. And it's just getting started.
Match Day 2017 was a memorable, exciting and successful day for graduating students of Rowan's two medical schools.
Carl Hausman believes the average person, no matter how nervous in front of crowds he or she may be, can present like a pro. In his recently released 20th book, Hausman, a Rowan professor of journalism, tells readers how.
Monika Shealey, dean of the College of Education at Rowan University, has been honored for her work as a researcher and advocate for the advancement of teacher diversity by the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE).
As they often do, Rowan Radio’s student broadcasters impressed the judges in a big way in the annual Broadcast Education Association’s Festival of Media Arts competition that was announ
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.
Rowan has once again been ranked third nationally by technology firm CollegeNET in its annual Social Mobility Index (SMI), the only university in the country to be in the top three, three years run