Student Life

Student Life

Rowan University College of Education graduates were reminded of the power and responsibility they have as educators during the college's Commencement ceremony on Wednesday, May 15.
Inside Pfleeger Concert Hall on Wednesday, May 15, the graduates of Rowan University’s College of Performing Arts celebrated the creative work of classmates along with family, friends, faculty, staff and administrators before hearing “good news” about the path ahead.
Master’s and bachelor’s degree graduates from Rowan University’s College of Humanities & Social Sciences were urged to go forth with an “explorer’s spirit” during their Commencement ceremony on Tuesday, May 14.
Present and future business leaders came together to celebrate the Class of 2019 in Rowan University’s William G. Rohrer College of Business during Commencement on Tuesday, May 14.
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.
A seven-month immersion experience in France may sound like the stuff dreams are made of, but for outstanding Rowan seniors Amy Ribinsky and Kaitlyn Gaffney, it’s about to become a reality.