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Winter & Summer Resources

All students enrolled in summer courses have access to Rowan University resources and state of the art facilities. Rowan University provides a wonderful atmosphere to learn and grow, and is located in a community that supports students with the resources they expect.

Advising

Current Rowan Students
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Current Rowan undergraduate and graduate students interested in registering for a winter or summer course should contact their advisor to ensure appropriate progress toward meeting degree requirements. Please note that advising organization can vary during the summer sessions. If you are uncertain who your academic advisor is, you can simply contact the University Advising Center (UAC) at 856-256-4459 or advise@rowan.edu and they can provide you with information.

New/Entering Rowan Students: Freshman, Transfer, Graduate
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Early academic advising is available for new students who are unsure of their major or who wish to get an early start with summer coursework. The University Advising Center (UAC) offers a range of services for those students who have yet to declare a major or who need to connect with an advisor during the summer or winter term. There are also information sessions and various resources for incoming transfer students. Please visit UAC at www.rowan.edu/advising or call 856-256-4459. You can also email general questions at advise@rowan.edu.

It is highly recommended that all incoming freshman and transfer students speak with an advisor before enrolling in a winter or summer session course.

Visiting Students
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If you are currently enrolled in another college or university and would like to take courses at Rowan University over the winter or summer, please be sure to consult with the Registrar of your primary college/university for their policies on transferring credits.

Also, we suggest you sit down with your program advisor to make sure any courses you take at Rowan will satisfy the requirements you need at your home institution.

Career Counseling

Rowan University wants you to be prepared for the professional world. The Career Management Center is dedicated to helping Rowan Students gain employment through a variety of resources. The Career Management Center provides career advising, information about internships and work study, résumé critique, cover letter design, mock interviewing, and hosts a number of career fairs.

Tutoring Services & Academic Support

Rowan University is committed to your academic success. If any student would like help with coursework, time management, or accommodations, the Academic Success Center is here to help. Within the Academic Success Center one can find resources for tutoring, testing, academic coaching, Veterans Affairs, and Disability Resources. Students needing to complete a placement test should contact the Academic Success Center. There is also the Writing Center at Rowan University which provides writing assistance to any student for any class.

Campus Experience

Housing
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Winter Housing

If you are a current student living in apartment-style housing, you may be able to stay in your current home for FREE during the Winter Session! Click here for details. Housing during Winter Session is only available to these current students.

Summer Housing

Housing is available for current, new, and visiting students in the Summer term! Students must be enrolled in a Summer course or working for Rowan University during the Summer term in order to be eligible. For more information and current rates regarding staying on campus during the Summer session, please visit the Residential Learning website.

Dining
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The Dining Services Staff at Rowan University, located in the Student Center, offers dining options for students enrolled in winter or summer courses. The Student Center also includes the Owl's Nest, a restaurant for faculty, staff, and students as well as "ROGO," which features pre-made to-go items (i.e., salads, sandwiches) and some pantry essentials.

In addition, there are several eating establishments on and off campus. Click here for a comprehensive list of Glassboro merchants.

Parking
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All students taking winter or summer courses throughout any of the on-campus sessions will need a permit in order to park on-campus. With fewer students on campus, parking close to class locations is virtually assured. For more information on purchasing a permit, please visit the Office of Public Safety.

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Campus Points of Interest