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The College of Engineering - Civil & Environmental Engineering

Facilities

The College of Engineering was started as a result of a $100 million donation in 1992 from Henry Rowan. It has a brand new engineering building, including state-of-the-art equipment and computer resources, and a dedicated and extremely competent faculty. Facilities such as seminar and lecture rooms, laboratories, computer rooms, audiovisual equipment and study hall space are located in Rowan University's state-of the art Henry M. Rowan Hall. The home of the College of Engineering has 92,500 sq. ft. of space with multifunctional state-of-the-art teaching and research laboratories. The chemical, electrical and environmental engineering departments purchased over $3.4 M worth of equipment between 1996 and 2003.

Civil & Environmental Engineering has modern lab facilities for the five CEE areas taught at Rowan: