The Thomas N. Bantivoglio Honors Concentration
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Requirements for Admission

  • Incoming freshmen – Based on a minimum SAT score of 1270 (if taken after March 1, 2016) or 1770 (if taken before March 1, 2016) and/or a minimum ACT score of 26; academic records; significant high school achievements (i.e. grades, class rank and letters of reference); extra-curricular activities and service projects.
  • Transfer students – Based on performance as a college student; must have earned a 3.33 GPA or better from their transferring institution; have participated in extracurricular activities at their transferring institution; and have a letter of reference from a faculty member from their transferring institution. Students transferring from other Honors programs - Requirements are transcript and letter of recommendation.
  • Current Rowan students – Based on performance as a Rowan student; must have earned a 3.33 GPA or better; have participated in extracurricular activities at Rowan; and have a letter of recommendation from a Rowan faculty member.

Fall 2017 Application Process

Applications for Fall 2017 admissions to the Honors Concentration are accepted through March 1, 2017.


  1. Follow the link to either the Freshman or Transfer application and complete the instructions. Please note that the application cannot be saved and modified later, so be prepared to complete and submit your finalized application once you begin.
  2. Please provide your recommender with our Recommendation Form (.docx), which must be submitted to by March 1, 2017. Completion of our recommendation form is required, as we ask questions that specifically relate to your potential success in our Honors program. Applicants can use the same recommenders from the Common Application, as long as our form is utilized.

Freshman application

Transfer application

Questions about the application process can be directed to 856-256-4775 or

Honors Information