College of Science & Mathematics
Future and Current Students
Among the most unique features of our college are emphasis on undergraduate student research and development of innovative interdisciplinary graduate programs. Our faculty members are both internationally known scholars and dedicated teachers who bring their research findings to the classrooms thus exposing our students to cutting edge scholarship and applications. We aim to prepare highly trained specialists in a variety of fields of applied sciences and set a strong foundation for our students’ future graduate education.
- About Rowan Global Learning and Partnerships (formerly the College of Graduate & Continuing Education)
- Graduate Programs
- Admissions to Graduate programs
- Graduate and Research Assistantships
Rowan University welcomes applications from international students from around the world. The International Center (IC) provides information and guidance for students seeking F1 student status. Once admitted, the IC remains available to support international students through walk-in advising, academic and cultural workshops, enrichment activities, and social programming.
Office of the Assistant Dean
The Assistant Dean can discuss probation academic progress plans, grade disputes, student complaints, issues with courses or registration, and forms regarding after-hours access, enrolling in courses offered by the Rowan Global Learning & Parternerships division, hardship requests to drop/add courses, hardship withdrawals, and permission to exceed the enrollment credit limit. Students with questions about any academic issues are encouraged to contact the office at any time.
Dr. Eve Sledjeski
Office of the Dean
Robinson Hall / Room 214
Links of Student Interests