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50 GOING TO COLLEGE IN NEW JERSEY • WWW.HESAA.ORG • 1-609-584-4480 FOUR-YEAR PUBLIC COLLEGE Admissions Offi ce: Phone: 877-RU-ROWAN Hours: Mon-Fri, 8 am – 4:30 pm Email Address: Financial Aid Offi ce: Phone: 856-256-4250 Hours: Mon-Fri, 8 am – 4:30 pm Directions: ACADEMIC YEAR • Annual Tuition & Fees: $13,422 (in state); $21,890 (out of state) • Per Credit Tuition: $371 • Annual Room & Board: $7,836 (room); $4,400 (meal plan) FINANCIAL AID • Application Deadline: February 15 OTHER INFORMATION • Carnegie-classifi ed national doctoral research institution • One of only three universities in the nation with M.D. and D.O. degree-granting medical programs • Student Body Size: 18,500 • Student/Teacher ratio: 17:1 • % Students Living on Campus: 40% • Middle States Accredited • A 4-year public co-education- al college with graduate and professional programs • Number of undergraduate programs of study: 70 ROWAN UNIVERSITY 201 Mullica Hill Road, Glassboro, NJ 08028 | | @RowanUniversity IMPORTANT FACTS: Recently designated a Carnegie-classifi ed national doctoral research institution, Rowan University is recognized for its nationally ranked academic and athletic programs, talented professors and students, and high-tech facilities. The University, which has campuses in Glassboro, Camden and Stratford, prides itself on providing its nearly 18,500 students with an outstanding education at an exceptional value. The University off ers 70 bachelor's, 41 master's and seven professional/doctoral degree programs within seven colleges and fi ve schools. Students can pursue their degrees on any of Rowan's campuses, online or at several partnering community colleges. Rowan is one of only three institutions in the nation to off er both M.D. and D.O. degree-granting medical programs — at Cooper Medical School of Rowan University and at the Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine (RowanSOM), respectively. Through a unique public/private partnership with the Borough of Glassboro, Rowan continues to pioneer on a $450-million redevelopment project to complete Rowan Boulevard, a link between the University and Glassboro's historic downtown. Plans were unveiled in 2008, and Rowan Boulevard now boasts housing to accommodate nearly 1,200 Rowan students; classroom and offi ce space for Rowan's Division of Global Learning & Partnerships, Thomas N. Bantivoglio Honors Concentration and College of Communication & Creative Arts; a Barnes & Noble Collegiate Superstore; a 129-room Courtyard by Marriott Hotel and Conference Center; market-rate housing; retail space; and a town square. Many national organizations that evaluate colleges and universities regularly recognize Rowan. U.S. News & World Report ranked Rowan 90th among public institutions and 171st overall among 311 national universities. The report placed the Henry M. Rowan College of Engineering at 19th in the nation among the best undergraduate engineering schools, a 14-place improvement since just four years ago. Additionally, U.S. News also ranked RowanSOM in a four-way tie for primary care education with Columbia University, Thomas Jeff erson University and the University of Illinois (51st out of 118 medical schools) and has named RowanSOM's geriatrics track a top program 16 times.

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