Bursar Office

Bursar's Office

Savitz Hall
201 Mullica Hill Road
Glassboro, NJ 08028
Phone / 856.256.4150
Fax / 856.256.4477
Email / bursar@rowan.edu

Office Hours:
8:30am - 4:30pm
Monday - Friday
Most Wednesdays until 6:00pm
7:30am - 5:00pm
Monday - Thursday

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Students to be billed for additional credits
Students have enjoyed the benefit of being able to pay a set full-time tuition and fee rate whether taking 12 credits or 20. During the past several years, the University experienced an increasing number of students taking more than the average 15 credits, creating a situation where students taking fewer credit hours were subsidizing the classes of those taking a considerably higher number of credits each term.

In order to maintain a level of flexibility in scheduling yet bring equity to the system, Rowan will charge one rate for matriculated undergraduate students taking 12 to 17 credits. Students who take more than 17 credits will have to pay a per-credit charge for every additional credit.

Engineering majors to pay $250 fee
“US News and World Report” ranked Rowan’s engineering program 20th in the nation for undergraduate engineering education this past year. While we are proud of this fact, engineering programs cost universities more to offer than virtually all other academic disciplines. To defray some of the increased cost, Rowan will charge full-time engineering majors a $250 fee each semester (part-time students will pay $20 per credit). The increased fee will help us maintain the College of Engineering’s high standards.

Dropped-course/withdraw refund change
Throughout the years, Rowan University has had a very liberal dropped-course/withdraw refund policy. Students have been able to receive a sizeable refund for a dropped course or withdrawal even after attending class for several weeks. We found that students sometimes registered for more courses than they should, allowing them to sample courses before committing to them. That practice, in turn, eliminated an available seat for a student who might have needed the course to graduate on schedule.

The new policy will eliminate refunds after the drop/add period. Students who drop a course during the 7-day drop/add period will continue to receive a 100-percent refund. Those who withdraw after that period will not receive a refund.

Fees combined on semester bill
Rowan collects a number of fees that enable Rowan to provide a variety of much-needed services throughout the University. This year we have combined those fees into one line on the term bill described as “University Fee.” To view the categories that make up the University fee, visit www.rowan.edu/adminfinance/bursar/tuition/

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