Academic & Careers

Academic & Careers

Academic Resources

Academic Advisors are available to meet with students to review academic plans, explore career options, and select classes for upcoming semesters.

Academic Reboot is a program devoted to supporting students who are on academic probation and in academic jeopardy in their efforts to raise their GPA and get back on track toward academic success.

College Level Examination Program (CLEP) offers exams in introductory subjects that allow students to demonstrate their mastery of college level material and earn college credits.

Disability Resources assist students who require accommodations in the classroom by coordinating and ensuring accessible classes, use of assistive technology, examination administration, and other services as deemed necessary.

Enrollment and Degree Verifications may be obtained from the Office of the Registrar. Loan lenders, insurance companies, and/or employers may require this information in order to confirm a student's enrollment or degree earned at Rowan University.

Freshman Application Instructions & Checklist

GPA Scales and Calculations provided by the Office of the Registrar allow students to tally their own semester and cumulative GPA.

Registrar Forms available online include change of name/ address, proof of NJ residency, add/ drop/ withdraw forms, and overrides/ waivers.

Testing Services is located on the 3rd floor of Savitz Hall within the Academic Success Center.

Transcript Request Information can be found on the Office of the Registrar's website. Students looking to obtain a copy of their official or unofficial transcript should follow the steps provided online.

Transfer Application Instructions & Checklist

Transfer Credit Information can be found on the Office of the Registrar's website. Rowan University accepts the transfer of credits earned at other institutions of higher education on the basis of course equivalency.

Tutoring is available to all Rowan University undergraduate students free of charge. Small-group or drop-in tutoring is available in most subject areas.

University Writing Center is staffed by tutors who can help students with a variety of writing needs, including questions about citations.


Textbook Resources

Barnes and Noble Bookstore at Rowan University offers the option to rent select textbooks, purchase used textbooks, and sell back textbooks at the end of each semester.

*Barnes and Noble price matches new, used, or rented books. Click here for more information.

Book Loans may be available to eligible students through the ASCEND department. 

Course Readings/ Reserves may be available at the Library. Course reserves allow students to search for material for their course. To locate books or media that have been placed on reserve, use the binders at the Circulation Desk in the Campbell Library.


Career Resources

Career Counseling is available through the Office of Career Advancement (OCA). OCA staff can help you identify your interests and skills, start a job search campaign, write a resume, and prepare for an interview. 

Career Talk is a podcast featured on Rowan Radio that offers tips and advice on employment.

FOCUS 2 is a self-assessment inventory tool that can help students learn more about themselves and explore career opportunities related to their major. Contact the Office of Career Advancement or the University Advising Center for more information. 

Career Events and Workshops are hosted by Office of Career Advancement.

Off Campus Federal Work Study Opportunities can be found here.

On Campus Work Study Job Opportunities can be found here.

PROFS JOBS is a free, web-based system where students can search for full-time, part-time, summer, and internship positions. 


 »Visit the State and Community section for additional resources.