Alumni At Home

Alumni At Home

PROFs—How Are You Doing?

As a member of our community of 96,000+ alumni, you are our family, and we're here to help. Whether you're practicing social distancing, working remotely, homeschooling or considered essential personnel—through technology, we can still easily connect. 

While Rowan continues to plan and react with the health and safety of its community as its foremost concern, we now strive to bring some virtual light and positivity to our alumni and your daily routines. We share your disappointment and frustration regarding upcoming event cancellations and the inability to welcome you back to campus, but we have every intention to keep you connected to your alma mater now more than ever. We are stronger together, even apart💛 

We're Here For You

A message from President Ali A. Houshmand:
 "This current crisis is a new, hard lesson about how fragile life is and how the simplest things matter the most. We’re also learning how critical it is to adapt and lead in unexpected ways. Life is the greatest teacher and we can all benefit from practical experience that we didn’t anticipate at the start of the new year."

PROFs, we promise—being of service to you, in any way that we can, is our top priority. Browse through this page and discover various resources to enhance your remote work experience, manage stress, enjoy activities with your little owls, spend quality time with your family, and more! Join the conversation online using the University-wide hashtag #RowanAtHome. Share your stories with us, help fellow alumni, and offer your support to our students.

Stay healthy. Stay strong.


PROF Support

To all of our Profs hoping to help the larger Rowan community during this time, these funds and initiatives are here to offer unlimited support.

RU Remote?

While you are staying healthy at home, our team hopes to use this as an opportunity to engage more with our alumni online!


Join us on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter for some "social" social-distancing fun and storytelling.