Regular Office Hours:
Mon: 7:30am - 5:30pm*
*We are open until 6pm the first 5 business days of fall and spring terms
Extended Drop/Add Office Hours (Please see drop/add schedule to determine when these hours are in effect):
Mon: 7:30am - 5:30pm
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Official course schedules are reviewed during New Student Orientation. While attending New Student Orientation you will explore all the opportunities, services, expectations, and resources our caring and dedicated community has to offer.
Your transition to college life will coincide with an informed understanding and connection to the Rowan community. New Student Orientation is designed to help you along the way. During your two-day program, you will meet new students, become acquainted with advisors, register for classes, and learn about your first year as a Rowan PROF.
Your official class schedule will reflect adjustments resulting from Advanced Placement scores, Learning Community course selections, Rowan Seminar offerings, received external transcripts, and scores resulting from testing administered by the Academic Success Center.
We look forward to welcoming you to campus during your Transfer Student Orientation. Transfer Orientation will provide you with important information about Rowan University and assist you in selecting your classes.
A complete overview of the orientation schedule, maps & directions to campus, and a checklist of other items to complete before beginning classes is available during the orientation registration process on our website:
Student Transition Information
Click here for information on the Alcohol-Wise online course required for all new freshmen students. A letter was included in all orientation packets for both parents and students.