Financial

Financial

Financial Resources

Bursar's Office handles billing, payments, payment plans, refunds, health insurance waivers, third-party agreements and past due accounts/collections.

Cost of Attendance (COA) is an estimate of the total amount it may cost you to go to college each year. It includes allowances for tuition and fees, books and supplies, transportation, room and board, and personal expenses. COA is not your actual bill.

Coupon Kiosk is located on the main floor of the Chamberlain Student Center by the ATM. Check it out to find the latest deals and discounts! 

Deferred Payment Plan offers students the opportunity to pay their bill in five (5) separate installments. Contact the Bursar's Office for more information.

Education Abroad Aid and Scholarship information can be found here.

Financial Aid Office at Rowan University can assist students with the process of applying for different types of aid to help pay for college-related expenses.To make an appointment with a Financial Aid Counselor, log into the Rowan Success Network powered by Starfish (RSN).

Financial Literacy and Money Management Resources assist students with budgeting and managing their finances.

Financial Wellness Tools use real-world scenarios to empower learners to make safe, smart and informed financial decisions. Click here to take charge of your financial future!

Net Price Calculator is a tool that provides students with an estimate of federal, state and institutional aid eligibility so that they may plan ahead and make arrangements to cover their bill.

National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS) provides information on federal student loan amounts, outstanding balances, loan statuses, disbursement dates as well as the contact information for loan servicers.

RowanCard Office maintains the accounts associated with the RowanCard. The RowanCard is used for identification purposes as well as Meal Plan/Dining Dollar and Rowan Bucks accounts.

Tuition Rates and Fees can be found on the Bursar's Office website. Matriculated undergraduate students who register for between 12 and 17 semester hours will be subject to the flat tuition rate.

 


Fee Waivers

GRE Fee Reduction Program assists eligible individuals with the cost of taking a GRE test.

Praxis Fee Waivers are available to college students who meet the eligibility criteria.

 

»Visit the State and Community section for additional resources.