The Easy Decision
Higher education has truly become an investment. And in uncertain economic times, not knowing your almost immediate return on investment is a scary thing. You are literally one in a million or to be more accurate, one in almost 7 billion. How will you stand out in a crowd and obtain the competitive edge you need to succeed in this global economy?
We believe that an investment in a Rowan degree is a long-term investment in your future. Our graduates are in demand more than ever and with the acquisition of two medical schools AND research status, the possibilities are now endless.
How fast is Rowan growing?
We just opened Cooper Medical School of Rowan University and are acquiring the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey/Stratford as of July 1, 2013 (a move that makes Rowan one of just two universities in the nation to have two medical schools, one allopathic and one osteopathic).
Rowan was recently reclassified a research university, a change designed to attract federal and private research dollars and foster new professional degrees like Biomedical Engineering, Pharmacy, and much more.
Rowan Boulevard, a $300 million investment linking Rowan's lush main campus with historic downtown Glassboro, is now complete. The Boulevard already features luxury student apartments, an all-new Barnes & Noble Collegiate Superstore, honors housing, casual dining, and more.
Rowan University is a Common Application exclusive school for freshman and international freshman applicants. All freshman and international freshman applicants are required to apply via the Common Application.
The Admissions Office carefully considers each application it receives and selects candidates who will be academically successful, contribute to student life and benefit most from the Rowan experience.
Rowan University rewards academic success through an extensive scholarship program. Consideration is given to accepted students in the top percentage of their class who have scored 1,150 or better (Critical Reading and Math) on the SAT.
Starting in Fall 2014—for those who are applying for admittance in Fall 2015—prospective students who have a high school GPA of 3.5 or higher may chose not to submit their SAT scores as part of the Admissions application process.
A visit is the best way to learn about our academic programs, meet our professors, explore our state-of-the-art facilities and observe campus life. And best of all? No registration is required!