Academic Success Center
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Testing: When a student is accepted at Rowan University, the University needs to assess the basic skills of the student in reading and mathematics to determine the kinds of courses he/she is prepared to take. For this purpose each student is required to take placement tests based on their SAT Scores.
Tutoring Center: The tutoring service is offered to Rowan University students at no additional cost. Its purpose is to complement classroom instruction, not to replace it. The tutoring center invites students to take advantage of this service.
Basic Skills: The scores of the Rowan University Placement Test identifies skill deficiencies in reading and mathematics. If students' scores on placement tests indicate that they need to strengthen skills in certain areas, they will be advised to enroll in the appropriate basic skills courses. Students are required to register for these courses the first semester of their freshman year.
Disability Resources: Provides services and accommodations to enrolled students who have disabilities as defined by the Americans With Disabilities Act Amendment Act.
Veterans Affairs: Responsible for processing the eligible students' paperwork to the Department of Veteran Affairs in order to receive their educational benefits. The office also administers the N.J. National Guard Tuition Waiver Program.
Located on the 3rd Floor of Savitz Hall, Suite 304
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