Admissions: Accomplished

Admissions: Accomplished

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.
All employees of Rowan University were recently invited to review more than three dozen stories about Rowan that had appeared in the press over the last academic year (July 2014 – July 2015)
The Princeton Review for 2016 has again included Rowan’s William G.
Former Rowan University field hockey captain Karlee Henderson has been recognized as one of the nation's top scholar-athletes.
Safe Campus, The National Campus Safety Summit, has named Rowan's Division of Student Life as one of the nation’s top 25 administrative departments making a difference in student safety.
Five Rowan University alumni and a professor in the College of Communication & Creative Arts (CCCA) captured seven Emmy Awards in September.
Rowan University’s impending purchase of the fossil quarry in Mantua Township, N.J.—and the plans to develop it into a center for scientific research and exploration—is big news for the University and the South Jersey region.
Paleontologist Kenneth Lacovara, Ph.D., who is world renowned for his discovery of the giant plant-eating dinosaur Dreadnoughtus schrani --and known locally for uncovering scientifically significant Cretaceous-age fossils in Mantua Township—has joined the Rowan University faculty.
A 65-acre quarry in Mantua Township—which contains fossils from the heyday of the dinosaurs and provides vital insights into the time of their mass extinction 65 million years ago—will be preserved for scientific research and as a center for “citizen science” by Rowan University.
Rowan University for 2016 tied for 19th out of 131 schools in its North Region category in the annual U.S.