Admissions: Future

Admissions: Future

On March 25, Rowan University’s Academic Success Center & Disability Resources will host a daylong College Prep Transition Conference designed to help students with disabilities and theri families learn about resources available to address those challenges.
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.
A new era in business education at Rowan University will be ushered in on Wednesday, Jan. 18, when the new $63.2 million home of the William G. Rohrer College of Business (RCB) is officially dedicated.
Officials from Rowan University’s College of Education and Willingboro’s Benjamin Banneker Preparatory Charter School (BBPCS) have entered into an agreement to collaborate to support scholars from the charter school who are considering careers in the field of education.
Tyler Jiang is the first Rowan student to land a prestigious National Security Education Program David L. Boren Scholarship to study for eight months in China.
Inspired by sites like Kickstarter and GoFundMe, Rowan University is riding a fundraising wave, providing capital for a wide range of student projects that could, literally, change the world.
Officials from Rowan College at Gloucester County’s (RCGC) Liberal Arts Division and Rowan University’s College of Education met on RCGC’s campus on Nov. 9 to sign a Memorandum of Agreement that will benefit future teachers seeking to transfer to the University.
With each successive graduating class, Rowan alumni head out into the world and make their alma mater proud.
Rowan University this summer invested more than $600,000 updating two television studios in Bozorth Hall and rededicated the studios Oct. 26.
Heart of a Hero, a student documentary produced in 2015-16, won a prestigious national College Broadcaster’s Inc. award Oct. 22 in Philadelphia.