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Resources

Below is a list of links to helpful information for both current and future students.

  • Rowan University Office of Admissions - Find information on tuition, tours and open houses, and applications for admission.
  • Office of Financial Aid - Find information on financial aid for undergraduate, graduate and medical students, financial aid deadlines, scholarships, loans, and other financial resources.
  • Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) - The official website used for filling out the FAFSA. All EOF students must file their FAFSA every year in order to be considered for financial aid. Rowan University's federal school code is 002609.
  • Higher Education Student Assistance Authority (HESSA) - In addition to filling out the FAFSA, students must file an application with HESSA in order to be considered with Tuition Aid Grant Program (TAG) and other financial assistance programs.
  • Bursar's Office - Find out information on tuition billing and accounts, Rowancard, dining services, health insurance and other billing questions.
  • Student Affairs - Find out more information on residential life, the Dr. Harley E. Flack Mentoring Program, counseling services, health publications and other services offered to all students.
  • Office of Multicultural Affairs(OMA) - Find out more about OMA events, organizations and programs and learn more about OMA's initiatives to promote diversity and multiculturalism around campus.
  • Career Management Center - Find out information on majors and the career paths, internships, job opportunities, alumni services, career fairs and other services that help plan for life after college.
  • Center for Academic Advising & Exploration(CAAdE) - This office is for students who have not decided on what they plan to study and need assistance with finding the right major and career path.
  • Academic Success Center - Find out information on testing for newly accepted students, free tutoring services offered to current students, workshops, disability resources, Veterans Affairs and other services to help ensure students' success at Rowan University.
  • Campbell Library - Find millions of electronic resources and online journals, check the library catalogs for books, DVDs and CDs, find resources to help write research papers, and much more on the website for the Campbell Library.