Office of the President


Leading by Example

These are historic times at Rowan University. Our institution has long provided an excellent education for future teachers and lawyers, engineers and broadcasters, entrepreneurs and musicians, among so many more. We still do. But today, the climate here is even more exciting.

We are continuing to grow our programs and improve our facilities. We are in a unique public-private partnership that has lead to the construction of a retail, housing and academic corridor called Rowan Boulevard. We have partnered with Cooper Health System to create Cooper Medical School of Rowan University. There is, however, much more ahead.

I invite you to explore our website and learn more about what we offer our students and community. I hope you enjoy your visit.




Strategic Growth from the Office of the President

Rowan on the Rise - A 10-year Snapshot

University Assembled Presentation - Spring 2016

Departments (& Programs)

President Houshmand, members of the board and VIPs cut the ribbon to open the new PR/Advertising building.

The Office of the President is commited to wide-reaching goals centered around student achievement, smart growth and leadership excellence. 

Executive Cabinet

Originally built in 1923 two story brick Bunce Hall features white steeple and a large, green lawn in front of it.

Consisting of University senior leadership, the President’s Cabinet advises the President on important matters pertaining to the management, operations and strategic goals of the University.

Administrative Cabinet

Rowan trustees and community partners pose outside of construction for Holly Pointe, the new freshman-housing dorm.

The President’s Administrative Cabinet works in conjuction with the Executive Cabinet to participate in and develop all long term goals for Rowan.


President Houshmand poses with Mr. Henry Rowan and Senator Stephen M. Sweeney, wearing academic regalia at graduation.

For a listing of staff within the Office of the President, please click here.

Student Government Association

Young woman with a big smile stands in the Student Center, while wearing a white SGA tshirt.

SGA acts as a student voice for the campus community, serves as an outlet for student concerns, promotes student participation in campus life and investigates solutions to affect campus.


Please feel free to direct all questions and comments to (856) 256-4100. We look forward to hearing from you and addressing any questions or concerns you may have.