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Day two of Rowan Commencement 2019
On the second of five days of Commencement 2019 programming, Rowan University welcomed graduating students, family and friends of the College of Science & Mathematics and the School of Health Professions during morning and afternoon programs.
We apologize for the inconvenience, but due to the forecast for more inclement weather and the wet condition of the University Green, we will hold the 10 a.m. Rohrer College of Business and 2 p.m. College of Humanities & Social Sciences ceremonies in Esby Gymnasium and the Student Recreation Center in the interest of safety and comfort.
Multiple weather forecasts—including the National Weather Service/Mount Holly—are calling for rain during the 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Commencement ceremonies for the College of Science & Mathematics and School of Health Professions. We apologize for the inconvenience, but we will hold the ceremonies in Esby Gymnasium and the Student Recreation Center in the interest of safety and comfort.
In a ceremony filled with pageant, tradition, emotion and spirit, Rowan University celebrated the first day of Commencement 2019 Saturday, May 11 in Coach Richard Wackar Stadium.
SGA President and former trustee Rbrey Singleton leaves Rowan for a future as an immigration attorney.
Rowan School of Osteopathic Medicine graduate Mary Ileso, who was born in Nigeria, will accept her medical degree and be commissioned a Captain in the U.S. Air Force.
Rowan Radio 89.7 WGLS-FM personnel won four Communicator Awards May 8 in the organization’s 25th annual competition sanctioned by the Academy of Interactive & Visual Arts.
Kareem Elhossieni is destined for a career in elementary education, a field in need of male teachers.
For Rowan University students Katie Patterson and Cheyanne Marion, there’s no better way to prepare for a future in federal national security than to expand their horizons beyond America’s borders. Students in the College of Humanities & Social Sciences, Marion and Patterson both received Boren Scholarships, which will allow them to study abroad for a full academic year.

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