Rowan University Social Media Seeks Student Workers

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Award-Winning Social Team Seeks Students For Experiential Learning Opportunities On Rowan’s Glassboro Campus Be creative. Be dynamic. Be a part of Rowan University’s social media team. With paid student worker positions available within both content creation and social media community monitoring, gain the experience you need to propel your post-graduation career forward with a well-rounded […]

Then & Now: Historic Campus Photos Recreated for Rowan University’s Centennial [VIDEO]

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The more we change, the more we stay the same; we remain student-centered, 100 years later Founded in 1923, Rowan University celebrates its 100th anniversary – its centennial – in 2023. To mark the occasion, reflect on our past – with a view toward our future – we present a collection of historic campus photos […]

Mastering Time Management in College: Tips for Academic Success and Personal Well-being

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Practical Strategies for Effective Time Management in College This article is part of a running series with Rowan University’s Wellness Center. This collaboration aims to educate students about personal well-being options. For further updates, follow @rowanuwellness on social. This story is by Jean Corcione, a graduate student in our school psychology program.  The idea of […]

Climate Anxiety: What It Is, and Why It Matters

Dramtically colored sunset over the town of Glassboro, as seen from a drone.

Understanding Eco-Anxiety: Impact on Mental Health & Coping Strategies This article is part of a running series with Rowan University’s Wellness Center. This collaboration aims to educate students about personal well-being options. For further updates, follow @rowanuwellness on social. This story is by Kayden Heinz, a junior Writing Arts major. Climate change has begun to […]

Marching Band Rebirth: Exclusive Documentary Reveals Triumph Over Challenges [VIDEO]

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Pride of the Profs, Rowan University’s first marching band since the 1970s, shares all about their inception In this exclusive documentary, witness the rebirth of the Pride of the Profs Marching Band. From their first days of band camp, to their triumphant return, you’ll get an inside look at the challenges they’ve faced, the hard […]

My Favorite Class: Concert Choir, Perfect for Non-Music Majors Too

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This story is a part of the “My Favorite Class” series. In this first-person perspective, sophomore music major and advertising major Alaina Leinze, from Woolwich Township, NJ (Gloucester County) shares her passion and joy as a student in Concert Choir. Feel free to follow Concert Choir on Instagram at rowanchoirs.  Let me introduce you to […]

Neurodiversity Student Government Representative Advocates for Autism Awareness and Education

A close up of Heather as she sits smiling at Robinson Circle on Rowan University's campus.

One Rowan University Student Breaks Down Barriers All Year Round, Not Just During Awareness Months In 1997, sociologist Judy Singer introduced a new terminology to the world of science/medical world called neurodiversity, which is a concept that helps those to understand that there are varied ways that each person’s brain processes information, functions, and presents […]

Past Student Government President’s Mom Shares Insight on Transitioning to Parenting a College Student

Paige and her mom walking down Rowan Boulevard.

Today we hear from Lori Bathurst, a Rowan mom from Gloucester County, NJ. Lori’s daughter Paige will enter her senior year this fall as a supply chain and logistics major through the Rohrer College of Business, and holds the distinction of being a past president of Student Government Association (SGA).  As an experienced Rowan parent, […]

According to Karen: Advice for High School Seniors

Karen and her friends.

Today we feature Karen Lee, a junior marketing major with a minor in strategic communication. Karen is from Edison, NJ (Middlesex County), lives on campus in the Townhouses and is public relations chair of the Animal Advocacy Club. Karen shares her experiences with us today to help future students.  On graduating college early: I didn’t […]

TRANSFERmation Tuesday: Early Childhood Education Major Jordyn Briner

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Today’s TRANSFERmation Tuesday features Jordyn Briner, a transfer from Rowan College at Burlington County. Jordyn is a junior early childhood education major who commutes to campus from her home in Burlington Township, NJ (Burlington County). One moment that made you feel inspired or confident that you’re in the right field for you?  In high school, […]

Beyond the Classroom: Future Teacher’s Clinical Practice Radically Changes Due to COVID-19

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Today’s “Beyond the Classroom” features Tabitha Dougherty, a recent Rowan graduate. She majored in both elementary education and liberal studies to learn more about her “other passions of history and geography.” From Gloucester City, NJ (Camden County), Tabitha transferred from Camden County College after a career change to enter into the teaching profession. In her words, she shares […]

TRANSFERmation Tuesday: Globe Trotter Molly Worek

Molly about to jump out of an airplane.

Today’s TRANSFERmation Tuesday features Molly Worek, a transfer from Bloomsburg University and Rowan College of Gloucester County (RCGC). Molly is a CADP English accelerated to master’s in teaching major. She holds a CUGS (certificate of undergraduate studies) in Japanese, a minor in international studies and is also pursuing Teaching English as a Foreign/Second Language certificate […]

TRANSFERmation Tuesday: Elementary Education/Literacy Studies Major Samantha Shralow

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Today’s TRANSFERmation Tuesday features Samantha Shralow, a junior transfer from Camden County College. Samantha is an elementary education and literacy studies major who commutes to campus from her home in Marlton, NJ (Burlington County). Could you share with us one moment that made you feel inspired or confident that you’re in the right field for […]

Meet #Rowan2024: Film Major Ambbar Marrero

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Today we feature Ambbar Marrero, an incoming freshman from Cumberland County, NJ, who will live on campus. Ambbar will major in Radio/TV/Film (RTF.) Why Rowan?Why not Rowan. I did research and I applied to a handful of universities but this one in particular has an amazing Radio/TV/Film program, to add to that a beautiful campus, […]

Meet #Rowan2024: PA Resident To Jersey Guy

Connor S wears a backpack.

Today we feature Connor Shields, an incoming freshman from Holland, Pennsylvania, who will live on campus. Connor will major in theatre, with a concentration in music theatre, and he will add the pre-teaching concentration once the school year starts.  Why Rowan?Well, it was tied with West Chester for my number one spot, so I decided […]

Meet #Rowan2024: Aspiring Athletic Trainer

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Today we feature Bridget Richards, an athletic training major from Brick, NJ (Ocean County) who attended St. Rose High School in Belmar, NJ. Bridget will live on campus.  How or why did you choose your major?I’m an athletic training major and I was inspired by my cousin who is an athletic trainer in Michigan. Why […]

Meet #Rowan2024: Location & Major Key for Chinmayee Narayan

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Today we feature incoming freshman Chinmayee Narayan, from Deptford, NJ (Gloucester County) who will be a biomedical engineering major and live on campus.  Why Rowan?I chose Rowan because of the amazing biomedical engineering program as well as the campus environment. Rowan is its own little niche in Glassboro, a home away from home! The staff […]

Meet #Rowan2024: Tyrone Rashaun Pursues Community Health

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Today we feature Tyrone Rashaun, who is a first-generation college student (first in his family to go to college) from Lawnside, NJ (Camden County). Tyrone will live on campus and will major in Community Health.  What are a few things you’re looking forward to at Rowan next year?I am looking forward to meeting new people, […]

Meet #Rowan2024: Biological Sciences & Ice Hockey, George Genzel

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Today we feature incoming freshman George Genzel of Clementon, NJ (Camden County), who will live on campus. George will be a biological sciences major and is interested in Rowan Ice Hockey.  What is one activity, club, sport or hobby that you did in high school that you’d like to continue with at Rowan? (Or one […]

Meet #Rowan2024: Exploratory Studies Major Keeps Doors Open

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Today we feature incoming freshman Renna Manno, from Blackwood, NJ (Camden County), who will commute to campus. Renna is choosing to start her Rowan career as an exploratory studies major to keep her options open, but feels she may go into a field related to psychology or sports.  What are a few things you’re looking […]

Meet #Rowan2024: Ph.D. Aspirations from Brick, NJ Native, Rebecca Ingenito

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Today we feature incoming freshman Rebecca Ingenito, who will double major in translational biomedical sciences and biological sciences. She is from Brick, NJ (Ocean County) and will live on campus.  Why did you choose your major?I just remember being about 11 years old, and asking my mom for a microscope because of my interest in […]

Meet #Rowan2024: D&D Fan Joining Our Team

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Today we feature incoming freshman Aspen Mercado, a Haddon Heights, NJ (Camden County) resident who will major in computer science and commute to campus.  What is one activity, club, sport or hobby that you did in high school that you’d like to continue with at Rowan?I really want to continue playing D&D at Rowan because I’m relatively […]

Meet #Rowan2024: Music Industry Major Sam Poku

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Today we feature incoming music industry major freshman Sam Poku, who is from Old Bridge, NJ (Middlesex County) and will live on campus.  Why Rowan?Choosing Rowan was probably the best decision for me particularly because of how great the overall Rowan environment is, staff, and education of my intended major. But, there was just a […]

TRANSFERmation Tuesday: History Major Peter Macrina

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Today’s TRANSFERmation Tuesday features Peter Macrina, a junior transfer from Camden County College. Peter is a first-generation History major whose hometown is Philadelphia. He commutes to Rowan from Bellmawr, NJ (Camden County). Could you share with us one moment that made you feel inspired or confident that you’re in the right field for you? One […]

First Year Voices: Football & Friendship

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“We’ve been playing football together since we were 6,” says freshman Jared Armitage, a business management major from Estell Manor, NJ (Atlantic County) of his Magnolia Hall roommate, Chris Doughty of Buena, NJ (Atlantic County).  “We both played for Rowan this year,” Jared continues. It was fun living with someone he’s known since childhood, he […]

Celebrating Earth Day | 10 Ways to Reduce Your Environmental Impact

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Today’s story is from Dominique Fiorentino, a junior public relations major from Washington Township, NJ (Gloucester County) who rents a house off-campus with friends. Living a greener lifestyle is something everyone should aspire to become better at. Reducing your carbon impact, creating less waste, and focusing on sustainability – all of this is much easier […]

Pandemic Profs: Working at a Pizza Place in Bergen County During COVID-19

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Welcome to our series to give you a glimpse into Rowan University, our campus culture, and the lives of our students, while practicing social distancing to protect society from the spread of COVID-19. Today’s story is from Jess Squilanti, a sophomore advertising major who is spending the rest of her semester at home in Riverdale, […]

Pandemic Profs: Clinical Internship Teaching Spanish Remotely

Rosalba standing with her cooperating teacher.

Welcome to our series to give you a glimpse into Rowan University, our campus culture, and the lives of our students, while we’re practicing social distancing to protect society from the spread of COVID-19. Today’s story is from Maria Rosalba Trejo-Mendiola, a student in the master of science in teaching program. She is isolating from […]

Interning Remotely as a Business Management Major

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Welcome to our series to give you a glimpse into Rowan University, our campus culture, and the lives of our students, while we’re practicing social distancing to protect society from the spread of COVID-19. Today’s story is from senior Alyssa Marroccoli, who transferred to Rowan after beginning her college career at the University of Rhode […]

Pandemic Profs: Isolating On Campus

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Welcome to our series to give you a glimpse into Rowan University, our campus culture, and the lives of our students, while we’re practicing social distancing to protect society from the spread of COVID-19. Today’s story is from international student Marko Minic, a senior sports communication and media major isolating while living on campus. Photos […]

Pandemic Profs: Making Masks, Woodburning & More

A row of homemade masks made by Brittney Nickel for COVID-19.

Welcome to our series to give you a glimpse into Rowan University, our campus culture, and the lives of our students, while we’re practicing social distancing to protect society from the spread of COVID-19. Today’s story is from Brittney Nickel, a junior mechanical engineering major self-distancing from her house in Pompton Plains, Morris County, NJ. […]

Pandemic Profs: Serving as the First Mental Health Chair for My Sorority

Welcome to our series to give you a glimpse into Rowan University, our campus culture, and the lives of our students, while we’re practicing social distancing to protect society from the spread of COVID-19. Today’s story is from Elizabeth Madden, a junior isolating in her house in Monmouth County, NJ. Elizabeth is an early childhood […]

Pandemic Profs: Writing Arts Club Suggested Reading List

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Welcome to our series to give you a glimpse into Rowan University, our campus culture, and the lives of our students, while we’re practicing social distancing to protect society from the spread of COVID-19. Today’s story is from Paige Stressman, a sophomore writing arts major holed up in her house in Mount Ephraim, NJ (Camden […]

Pandemic Profs: Music Industry Major’s Advice to Help Musicians [Spotify Playlist]

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Welcome to our series to give you a glimpse into Rowan University, our campus culture, and the lives of our students, while we’re practicing social distancing to protect society from the spread of COVID-19. Today’s story is from Tommy Bell, a junior isolating from his home in Atlantic County, NJ, during spring break. Tommy is […]

From ‘Sister of Justice’ to Court Service Supervisor

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The daughter of a welder/steamfitter father and a mother who did a little bit of everything, Kristen Cunningham knew she wanted to continue her education after high school, but wasn’t sure what she wanted to do. She also wanted to make her parents proud and be the first person in her family to go to […]

Social Media Team is Seeking a Student Photographer

The Rowan University Social Media Team is looking for a student photographer. This position will assist with visual content creation to be used on Rowan University’s social media platforms, website and print materials. Tasks include taking photographs of campus, events, student life and more. The student photographer will also be responsible for some editing and cataloging photos.

As a photographer you will have the opportunity to attend a variety of University events, gain professional experience and have your work featured on many different Rowan University platforms.

You must be a full-time Rowan University student enrolled in the spring 2020 semester. This is a part-time, paid position. Duties include:

  • Photography experience shooting with a DSLR camera. 
  • Demonstrating strong skills in organization and time management and the ability to work in a fast-paced, creative production environment.
  • Proficiency with Adobe Creative products.
  • The ability to work occasional nights and/or weekends.

HOW TO APPLY

Submit a cover letter, resume and photography portfolio to socialmedia@rowan.eduThe deadline to submit your application and video is January 31, 2020. 

P.S. If you happen to feature your photography on your social media please share your handle with us!

First Year Voices: Ocean County Native Makes New Friends

Elizabeth Hudak stands in front of Holly Pointe Commons at Rowan University with the building behind her

Meet Elizabeth Hudak, a freshman Radio/TV/Film major from Manchester, NJ (Ocean County). She moved into Holly Pointe Commons in September.  Elizabeth says attending freshmen orientation made it easier to meet people once she started on campus this fall. She was happily surprised at “how easily I made friends and how open everybody was to getting […]

First Year Voices: Joining Her Cousins at Rowan

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After hearing good things about Rowan’s engineering program and with two cousins already here, Rowan was a natural choice for incoming freshman Krishna Barot.  Meeting people and forming the beginnings of lifelong friendships has been the highlight of Krishna’s summer at Rowan University. The first generation college student, from Galloway, NJ (Atlantic County), spent six […]

First Year Voices: A 4-Year Dream Begins to Launch

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Incoming freshman Alexis Pacheco Benitez of Bridgeton, NJ (Cumberland County) has waited patiently four years to finally begin his education toward his dream career. “When I was a freshman in high school we had this seminar to find out what you want to do, and ever since then I’ve known that I want to go […]

Leading Camden Middle Schoolers to “All Pull Together”

Kasey DiSessa of Rowan University sits in the middle of a row of middle school students she teaches

“I’m never going to be afraid to do anything ever again,” says senior Kasey DiSessa. “If I can cheer and sing in front of judgmental sixth graders, I can do anything.” The biological sciences and English double major lost her self-consciousness and found her voice this summer as an intern for the Children’s Defense Fund […]

Rowan University Application Timeline

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Today we feature insight from admissions counselor Amanda Marcks, who has been an assistant director of admissions at Rowan since 2017. She reviews first-year applications (formerly known as freshmen applications), and was previously an admissions representative at Ocean County College. Amanda was a transfer student to Rowan University and graduated in 2015 with a bachelor […]

Exploratory Studies Path to the Perfect Major for Callie

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Today we feature thoughts from Callie DeMaria, a rising junior from Little Egg Harbor, NJ (Ocean County.) A first-generation college student, Callie started at Rowan as an exploratory studies (undecided) major and found her way to the perfect major for her — psychology, within the College of Science & Mathematics. Callie lives on campus during […]

Passing the Torch: International Student Gives Advice

Ahmad Kindawi stands with his family at Rowan University graduation

“Participating in social activities is the best way to make friends,” says Ahmad Kindawi, a first-generation college student (now graduate!) from Syria, who rents a house off-campus, within walking distance of campus. Ahmad graduated with a master’s degree in history from the College of Humanities & Social Sciences.  Like what you see? Come visit us! […]

Passing the Torch: History Grads Share Insight

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“I’m really proud of you,” were Professor Glenn McDorman’s parting words to two of his graduates. “Please reach out if you need anything.” Graduating with degrees in history and humanities, Cory Gibson (right) from Wall, NJ (Monmouth County) says that the best advice he would give his high school senior self about how to make […]

Passing the Torch: Commuter Grad’s Advice to New Students

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Commuter and first-generation college student (now graduate!) Cheyenne Rickabaugh of Cape May, NJ (Cape May County) says the best way to make friends at college is, “Show up to things! Talk in class! Not during lecture, though.” She also says that the best way to get the most out of your college experience is to, […]

Aspiring Counselor Started As Exploratory Studies Major

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Sophomore Autumn Vilches-Cruz, who commutes from Cherry Hill, NJ (Camden County), shares her insight with prospective students every day in her role as an Admissions Ambassador who gives tours of campus. Today she shares one snippet of insight, as a former exploratory studies major (commonly known as an undeclared or undecided major.) Coming in as an […]

TRANSFERmation Tuesday: Robert Fanelli Jr.

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Meet Robert Fanelli Jr., a senior double major in radio/TV/film and sound communication, from Hillsborough,NJ (Somerset County) who lives on campus at 220 Rowan Boulevard Apartments. Robert transferred here from Raritan Valley Community College after his freshman year. “I know most people go to community college for two years but I really was excited about […]

Welcome, Transfer Honor Society Members!

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Jelani stands against a black metal fence with a pond behind him
Senior journalism major Jelani allows his Rowan Blog internship colleague to practice taking photos of him on campus.
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An education major reads to Steven, age 6, in the reading clinic.
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Two Holly Pointe Commons residents walk outside on a warm day.
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Mascot Whoo RU jumps for joy to welcome you!
Junior marketing major Dan looks down to adjust his tie in Business Hall
Dan, a junior marketing major, adjusts his tie in Business Hall.
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These suitemates affectionately dubbed themselves the “Willow Squad.”

Faculty PROFile: Analytical Chemist Dr. James Grinias

Analytical chemist James Grinias at Rowan University sits with a student

Meet James Grinias, Ph.D., assistant professor in the Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry, who earned his Ph.D. in Analytical Chemistry from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a B.S. in Chemistry from Eastern Michigan University. What is your area of expertise? I am an analytical chemist with a focus on chemical separations […]

Faculty PROFile: Political Science’s Kathy Balin, Esq.

Rowan University Professor Kathy Balin sitting in Savitz hall chatting with 3 students

Meet: Kathy Balin, Esquire Adjunct Professor (15 years, political science); former prosecutor and owner of The Law Offices of Kathy Balin Department/College: Political Science in the College of Humanities & Social Sciences Degrees: Juris Doctorate from Temple University, Beasley School of Law; Bachelor of Arts Glassboro State College (now Rowan University) What is your area […]

Something Fun for Everyone at the Student Organization Fair at Rowan University

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Student Government Association (SGA) hosts its annual welcome-back-to-school organization fair in early September in the center of campus, behind the Student Center. With over 200 student clubs, intramural sports and club sports on campus, this is always an afternoon of excitement for students of all years and majors. We suggest expanding your horizons and remembering […]

20 Minute Radius: Poop! Review of Philadelphia Art Gallery Exhibit, Poopface: Dogs of Philadelphia

Justin stands next to the glass storefront of Wanderlife Gallery

Poop! Giggles aside, on a Friday night my girlfriend and I drove to the newly opened Wanderlife Gallery in Philadelphia to check out its first exhibit, a photography series called Poopface: Dogs of Philadelphia. Beth Dombkowski, Wanderlife owner and admissions counselor at Rowan University, invited us to attend the gallery’s opening and we figured seeing […]

South Jersey, According to Northern NJ Natives

As North Jersey natives attend Rowan University pursuing a rewarding education, they can’t help but notice how different South Jersey is compared to their northern hometowns. From how words are pronounced (water is “wood-er”) to the food (subs are “hoagies”), there are many differences between the two regions. Below, our top 10. 1) Sprinkles vs. […]

Compare/Contrast Freshman Housing

Scott Timko is a resident assistant in Mullica Hall, wearing a yellow sweatshirt that says Glassboro State

Chatting with Rowan University on campus residents on a frigid, hectic morning just before finals (seriously, is it really spring yet?!), one thing was clear: the sense of community within their residence halls is what they love most. However, what “community” means in each residence hall is different. I learned that Evergreen is known for […]

Roommates Reflect: Freshmen in Holly Pointe [VIDEO]

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What will they say? High school best friends and former Holly Pointe roommates Nick Cooper (chemical engineering) and Mark Hausman (mechanical engineering) reflect on what it was really like to live together. Like what you see? Register for a tour or open house.  Related stories: Carlo’s Day at Rowan University [Video] College Essay Advice [Video] […]

Vanessa, College of Communication & Creative Arts at Rowan University [VIDEO]

vanessa sitting in a college of communication and creative arts classroom

Hey! I’m Vanessa, a junior at the College of Communication & Creative Arts. I’m thrilled to introduce you to my College, and to Rowan University. Like what you see? Register for a tour or open house.  Related stories: Carlo’s Day at Rowan University [Video] College Essay Advice [Video] Roommates Reflect: What It’s Really Like to […]

Rowan was Not My Dream: My Transfer Story

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As a senior in high school, Rowan University was never my number one choice. In fact, Rowan failed to crack the top five in my university power rankings. Since grade school, I knew that I wanted to go to a major four-year university in Philadelphia. It seemed like a no-brainer. So, that’s exactly what I did. […]

Top 5 Things I Wish Someone Told Me Before College

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1. Know that it’s not like high school You’re now responsible for the coursework, and it’s easy to delay assignments in favor of more fun opportunities. In high school, everything was set at a certain schedule. When you get to college, your life is already consumed by other responsibilities, and now, classes which could be […]

Through the Eyes of One RCBC Student

Main building at Rowan College at Burlington County partnership with Rowan University

Not only is Rowan University’s partnership with Rowan College at Burlington County a beautiful thing, but the RCBC campus itself is a beautiful place. RCBC freshman sonography major Samantha Fennimore shared these photos with Rowan University and we are feeling pretty darn #RowanPROUD of her photography and our campuses’ partnerships. With three pathways to completing […]

Ask the Expert: Philosophy & Religion Studies

Ask the Expert: Philosophy, Religion Studies at Rowan

Rowan Department of Philosophy & Religion Studies faculty Dr. Dianne Ashton, Dr. Matthew Lund and Dr. Ellen Miller share their insights on how Rowan students benefit from a degree within their program. Video by: Alexander Belli, Senior, double major advertising and public relations Like what you see? Register for a tour or open house.  Related […]

5 Things I Wish Someone Told Me Before I was a Rowan Freshman

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Just like many other 18-year-old incoming freshmen, the only thing I cared about was living on my own inside a college dorm without a parent in sight. What could be better than no parents, a dorm and unlimited meal swipes? Although all of that was more excitement than my 18-year-old mind could even handle, as […]