Emergency Information and Preparedness
The Office of Emergency Management at Rowan University works to ensure that the University can preserve its mission of transforming lives through education, research, and public service when impacted by a major emergency or disaster. We accomplish this through the implementation of programs and projects in emergency and disaster planning, training, mitigation, response, and recovery. The Office of Emergency Management and Department of Public Safety work together to support a 24 hour, 365 day operation. The departments are capable of responding to any emergency university-wide, whether that is a hazardous materials incident, a weather event, or an armed assailant. We welcome you to explore the information presented on our website and encourage you to contact us for further details concerning emergency management efforts.
It is the Vision of The Office of Emergency Management at Rowan University to create a safe and resilient University community in which to study, work, and live.
It is the Mission of the Office of Emergency Management to provide a comprehensive, all-hazards emergency management program for Rowan University. We will protect the Rowan community by coordinating and integrating all activities necessary to mitigate, prepare for, respond to and recover from the broad range of emergencies that may adversely impact our people, operations, and environment.
An emergency management program needs the involvement of every level of the organization to be successful. Rowan University believes everyone has a significant role to play in decreasing the impact an emergency can have on the campus community. Although the Office of Emergency Management has the primary responsibility of coordinating the emergency management activities at the University, there are a number of different entities that play critical roles in the process. Below are just a few of the core members who strive to make Rowan University the most disaster resilient university in the nation.
Michael Kantner, Assistant Vice President; Emergency Management Coordinator
Peter Amico, Director