Visiting Rowan University

President Houshmand shakes hands with a prospective student's dad in the Student Center.

Visiting Rowan University

Seeing is Believing

Experience Rowan. With a vibrant community filled with a multitude of cultural, entertainment, artistic and athletic events open to the public, Rowan is the place to be. Whether you’re visiting as a prospective student taking a tour, an alumnus taking a walk down memory lane or a member of the local community attending an event, Rowan offers visitors opportunities to be enlightened, delighted and entertained. 

Campus Maps, Directions & Parking

Students walk on brick paths among barren trees on a chilly night.

Click here for campus maps, parking information and directions for our four campuses: Glassboro; Camden: CMSRU, Camden; and RowanSOM, Stratford.

Tours & Open Houses

Two female tour guides stand on a staircase to speak to a large group of prospective students and their families.

Attend one of our many guided campus tours or open houses – or take a virtual tour today. A visit is the best way to learn about our academic programs, meet professors and observe campus life.

Lodging & Dining

Two women use tongs to put salad in their bowls, as a waiter holds a large salad bowl.

With a Courtyard Marriott conveniently located on Rowan Boulevard and a myriad of eateries in the Glassboro area, guests enjoy their visits to Rowan. 

Athletics & Sports Recreation

A stadium crowd dressed in Rowan colors cheers for their team.

Go Profs! With our mascot Whoo RU and fellow Profs cheering on, students participate in more than a dozen collegiate, club and intramural sports.

Art Gallery

A man and woman peruse the art gallery together, looking at art.

Established and emerging artists showcase their crafts, exhibiting at our art gallery and performing in our concert hall, making Rowan a cultural destination for the region.

Frederic & Jean Edelman Planetarium

Students look up in amazement at a colorful projection of the universe in the planetarium.

Open to the public, the Edelman Planetarium advances the understanding of the universe and astronomy. Programs entertain and education adults and children alike. 


A conductor leads students during a performance.

Enjoy a variety of performances year-round by our fine choral, early music, instrumental and jazz ensembles. Our Wilson Hall facilities feature an 895-seat concert hall and a 225-seat recital hall.

Theatre & Dance

Two actresses on stage crouch to the ground and hold hands during a performance.

The department boasts four main stage productions each year, held in Tohill Theatre, a 535-seat theatre in Bunce Hall. We also showcase performances by theatre and dance courses, and by student groups.