With our building located in the heart of Glassboro, the College of Communication & Creative Arts is perfectly situated to act as a bridge between our students and surrounding neighborhoods, fostering opportunities for growth and a sense of community.

We are particularly proud to highlight two long-standing College institutions that connect Rowan students and the greater community: WGLS-FM radio station and Rowan University Art Gallery.

Our student-created, award-winning WGLS-FM documentaries examine social and educational issues such as gun control, heroin use and autism, among others. WGLS-FM is a regional radio service with a potential audience of almost 1.3 million people and a broadcast signal that covers South Jersey, parts of Philadelphia and Delaware. Twenty-four hours a day a staff of independent volunteers broadcast a variety of musical, cultural, educational, entertaining and informative programs of interest to the Rowan University and South Jersey communities. WGLS-FM welcomes all interested students to participate in running the radio station.

The Rowan University Art Gallery serves as a center for contemporary art for emerging and established professional artists from the region, nation, and global community. Open to the public and always free of charge, we invite visitors to explore touring and permanent collections created by both our students and community artists. Our gallery has two locations: our original location at Westby Hall and our new gallery at 301 High Street, downtown Glassboro, in the College of Communication & Creative Arts building. Find out more about the Rowan University Art Gallery at NPR's Friday Arts.