The Rowan University Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences (RowanGSBS) is located on a 32–acre site in a small historic community of Stratford in southern New Jersey. The campus is close to numerous cultural, sports and other activities within the city of Philadelphia and the New Jersey Shore. The Stratford Campus is just 10 miles east of Philadelphia, PA, just a quick ride on the PATCO high speed line (located less than a mile from campus) to downtown Philadelphia. We are also close to New Jersey’s beaches, the ski slopes of the Pocono Mountains, New York City, Baltimore Inner Harbor and history-rich Washington, DC. There is convenient access to all major cities and commercial areas in the Delaware Valley via major highways and mass transportation. AMTRAK service can be attained at 30th Street Station in Philadelphia to provide access to the Northeast Corridor (Washington, DC to Boston) and beyond.
Map and Directions
The administrative office of the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences is located in the Rowan Medicine building on the RowanSOM Campus indicated on the map below as location #5. Please take the elevators to the second floor and turn left. Our office is in the middle of Suite 2200. Parking is available at lots designated Patient Parking.
Driving Directions (MapQuest)
From the North: Take the New Jersey Turnpike to Exit 4 to Route 73 North to Route 295 South. Follow Route 295 South to Exit 29. Turn left onto access road to Route 30. At light turn left onto Route 30 East (White Horse Pike).
* Follow directions from Route 30
From the South:* Follow Route 295 North to Exit 29A to Route 30.
* Follow directions from Route 30 below.
From Route 30:* From Route 30 East (follow the blue hospital signs) for 3.3 miles to the traffic light at Laurel Rd. Turn right onto Laurel Rd. Take first left into the Stratford Campus Complex and continue straight into Lot A for patient/ visitor parking.
Mass Transit: The PATCO High Speed Line and the Atlantic City Rail Line serve the Stratford Campus. Use the Lindenwold Station.