Advising in the Rohrer College of Business
Students in the RCOB with up to 59 credit hours are advised by one full-time employee under the direction and supervision of the business dean. In addition, transfer course allocations and the processing of internal change of majors are performed by this advisor to ensure consistency, uniformity, fairness, and equity in the application of course criteria and requirements as well as in the actual advising sessions. Contact with freshman students begins at freshman orientation, with follow up through visits to the freshman Rowan Seminars further establishing the advisor-advisee relationship.
Transfer students may make advising appointments immediately upon depositing and may also attend transfer orientations. Students with 60 or more credit hours are assigned a faculty advisor within their major. In 2010, the college hired the first full-time MBA Director in order to increase the level of service and advising for an increasing number of graduate students. Previously, the MBA Director was a faculty member responsible for both the program and a reduced teaching load. As of Spring 2013, students may make appointments with their advisor using the Rowan Success Network, powered by Starfish.
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