Leadership/Scholarship Opportunities

Leadership/Scholarship Opportunities

Leadership/Scholarship Opportunities

ProfLink for Greeks

Greek organizations are required to post their events on ProfLink as well as document attendance after each event. Here are tutorials on how to do so:

How to create an event on ProfLink

How to add attendance on ProfLink following an event


Leadership Opportunities

Council Leadership

Our councils (IGC, IFC, NPC, NPHC, and GCOC) will be electing executive board members at the end of the school year. Please be aware that if you would like to participate on an executive board for one of these councils to contact the current president to find out more information.

Rowan University Dance Marathon (RUDM) Leadership Positions

Rowan University Dance Marathon (RUDM) is not accepting Leadership Position Applications at this time. 

RUDM is a non-profit, student run event; a fun-filled evening of dancing and raising money for the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). RUDM will take place this in a virtual format. We are looking for outstanding student leaders to assist in planning and organizing the event. The following positions will be available:

  • Logistics Chair
  • Marketing Chair
  • Morale Chair(s)
  • Sponsorship Chair
  • Finance Chair

For more information on what each position entails, please see the link below:

Leadership Position Descriptions

Rowan University Dance Marathon (RUDM) Volunteers

Aside from leadership positions, we also have a general committee of volunteers. If you are not necessarily interested in holding a leadership position, but still interested in planning and executing RUDM 2019, please plan to attend one of the Volunteer Interest Meetings below:

  • TBA

If you have any comments, questions, or concerns please email Greek Affairs at greeklife@rowan.edu. Thank you!


Scholarship Opportunities

Several scholarships exist on campus that are in memory of Greek alumni, or are scholarships that are specifically written for members of the Greek community to be eligible for. 
Tedd Importico Scholarship
Tedd Importico began as a student at Rowan in the early 1990's. During his time at Rowan, and beyond, he was known for his sharp wit and personality, as well as his leadership, outspokeness, and ability to connect with people. His passing in July 2013 was too soon, and this scholarship serves as a way to keep his memory alive in addition to the countless stories being shared by friends, family, and loved ones in the days following his passing. Tedd was a native of Waretown, NJ, alumnus from Rowan University, member of the Delta Gamma chapter of Phi Kappa Sigma Fraternity, proud member of the LGBT community, and was working toward a Law degree at the University of Miami. The goal of the scholarship is to recognize a Rowan University student who embodies Tedds's leadership, inclusion, and individuality.
For more information on the Tedd Importico Memorial Scholarship, please email Gary Baker at bakerga@rowan.edu
James S. Huff-Miller Memorial Scholarship 
The James S. Huff-Miller Memorial Scholarship is awarded annually to a sophomore, junior, or senior student who is a member of the Peer Referral and Orientation Staff (PROS) and/or Greek Life. The recipient will be required to have one of the following majors: American Studies (James' major), English, History, Political Science, or Music. The scholarship is awarded in memory of James Huff-Miller ’06, a former PROS member and brother of Kappa Sigma Fraternity.
For more information on the James S. Huff-Miller Memorial Scholarship, please email Chris D'Angelo at dangeloc@rowan.edu
Gemmell Family Scholarship
A scholarship was created in memory of Marie (Wagner) Gemmell, who was an amazing woman and even better mother of 3 children. She was a member the Zeta Beta chapter of Phi Sigma Sigma Fraternity, a member of the Peer Referral and Orientation Staff (PROS) and a member of the Student Government Association (SGA). Though she was tragically taken from this world far too soon, her family would like to preserve her legacy through offering two scholarships in her name. One scholarship will recognize an incoming freshman hailing from Brick Memorial High School and the second award will recognize a member of PROS, Greek Life, and/or SGA, who shares the same passion for Communications as she did.
For more information on the Gemmell Family Scholarship, please click here
Mark Spinelli Accounting Excellence
Mark G. Spinelli graduated from Glassboro State College in 1982. Mark was a member of the Glassboro State College Football team and TKE Fraternity. After graduating from Glassboro State College in 1982, Mark went on to work for Price Waterhouse Coopers before starting his own firm, Spinelli Financial Advisors in 1990. Spinelli financial planning and accounting firm is located in Warren, New Jersey and is a providing wealth management and tax preparation. Recipient must be a member of a Greek organization chapter. The Mark Spinelli Accounting Excellence Scholarship was established to recognize the academic achievements of an Accounting student within the Rohrer College of Business at Rowan University. Student must be an accounting major, and demonstrate strong leadership within extracurricular activities at Rowan University. Student should be a resident of Northern, New Jersey. This includes Monmouth, Mercer, Somerset, Hunterton, Warren, Morris, Essex, Union, Hudson, Bergen, and Passaic County. Student must be a member of Greek Life Organizational Chapter.
For more information on the Mark Spinelli Accounting Excellence Scholarship, click here
Charis M. Wilson Memorial Scholarship
Armed with numerous scholarships earned from her dedication to academic excellence, Rowan University was the beneficiary of Charis' grace, spirit, talent, drive, and magnificence, which live on in the hearts, and minds of the students, faculty, staff, administration, and the entire Rowan University Community.  Noting a few of her memorable gifts to the University, Charis left an indelible mark on the Rohrer College of Business. She worked tireless as a Resident Assistant where she was loved and respected by her fellow staff and residents.  Other activities included participation in the Harley E. Flack Student Mentoring Program, Plethora Dance Team, Rowan's Dance Team, New Life Ministry, ASPIRE Student Leadership Development Experience, and the National Black Student Leadership Development Conference Rowan Delegation.  She served as the Bureau of Business Association Secretary and Vice-President. To say that Charis was talented was an understatement.  Like all other aspects of her artistic, personal, spiritual, and academic life, Charis' stamp of excellence and influence pervaded her work life on the Rowan University campus in the Dean Office of The Rohrer College of Business and the Office of the Vice President for Student Life. A highlight of her tenure occurred on November 20, 2010 when she became a proud member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Theta Chi Chapter.
This $500 scholarship assists undergraduate who are classified as freshman through junior level students with a minimum 2.75 cumulative grade point average to purchase collegiate books, software, and material in purpose to lower their yearly expenditures while pursuing a baccalaureate degree.
For more information about the Charis Wilson Scholarship, please email Julie Peterson at peterson@rowan.edu