Admissions: Accomplished

Admissions: Accomplished

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.
With classical, jazz and contemporary music, theatrical productions,original dance works and visual art exhibits, Rowan University's campus is buzzing with cultural activity this semester.
With classes set to start on Tuesday, Sept. 1, Rowan University students and faculty are revving up for the 2015-’16 academic year. Fun, engaging, educational activities are planned for members of the Class of 2019 as they make the transition to campus.
Here's a preview of the fall sports season for the Profs.
In four sunshine-filled days across six ceremonies, degrees were conferred upon more than 3,200 members of the Class of 2015 during Rowan University’s first-ever Commencement Week, May 12-15.
In a passionate address to graduates of the College of Humanities & Social Sciences, 2006 alumna Ashley Abdullah implored the graduates to find their mission, be there for the people they love, and think of difficulties they face as building blocks to success. Also at the ceremony, Glassboro Mayor Leo McCabe received an honorary Doctor of Humanities Degree.