Are you (or someone you know)
in crisis right now?
Call the Wellness Center at 856-256-4333 and ask to speak to a counselor.
If it is after hours, call the Wellness Center at 856-256-4333 and then press 3 to be connected to a counselor on call,
or call Public Safety at 856-256-4911 and ask to speak to the counselor on call.
CAMPUS DINING LOCATIONS
PDF map of Glassboro campus dining locations.
PRINTING KIOSKS & COMPUTER LABS
List of locations on Glassboro campus where you can log in (either to a computer or kiosk) to print something. Cost of printing and other info also provided. Click here for open computer labs.
illness or injury
therapy, counseling, mental health
Offer a counselor on call 24/7; conversations are confidential.
Note: the phone number is for the Public Safety dispatch, but if all you say is that you want to speak to the counselor on call, they will transfer you to that person (you don’t have to tell them anything else).
sexual & reproductive health
emergency mental health support
alcohol & drug treatment
wellness activities & self-care
If you feel you or someone you know is a victim of discrimination, harassment, or retaliation on the basis of any of the protected categories (e.g. disability, gender identity and expression, national origin, race or ethnicity, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, color, veteran status, genetic information and other characteristics prohibited by law,) report it here with the OSEC Title VI office.
OFFICE @ OSEC
Title IX Coordinator 856-256-5440
Support related to sexual assault, misconduct, harassment, and stalking. If you contact them, they won’t force you to file a report; they will talk you through your options and connect you with resources you might want to use.
report sexual misconduct or harassment
SAFETY ESCORT PROGRAM
Rowan Public Safety
Call (856) 256-4922
and ask for a walking escort
Rowan's Department of Public Safety offers a free safety escort service for any student, employee, or visitor who may feel unsafe walking from one location to another on campus (e.g. walking home or to a car at night, walking in an unfamiliar area alone).
safety while walking on/near campus
The SHOP FOOD PANTRY & RESOURCE CENTER
100 Redmond Ave.
Rowan Blvd Apartments
Building 5, Room 141
Rowan's on campus food pantry and resource center available to students in need: it carries nonperishable food, school supplies, toiletries, and hygiene products, and also offers a range of free and confidential support services that can connect students with appropriate campus and community resources.
when you can't afford food / supplies
FRESH FOR ALL PROGRAM
Parking Lot D, corner of Joseph L Bowe Blvd. & Carpenter St.
Free fresh fruits and vegetables are available to the Glassboro and Rowan University communities every Friday through a Philabundance program on Rowan’s campus.
free fruits & veggies
DONATED MEALS PROGRAM
Gourmet Dining provides a number of donated meals each semester for students with a demonstrated financial need who are facing food insecurity on campus. A block of meal swipes can be provided based on need. See link for info on applying.
when you can't afford food
STUDENT EMERGENCY FUND
An emergency shouldn't derail your progress toward a degree. This fund supports students facing unexpected hardships with money for non-University-bill expenses (e.g. transportation, personal health, emergency groceries, basic needs, required technology for remote learning, etc.) Contact the Dean of Students with questions.
get emergency financial assistance
find food in South Jersey
Rowan website with resources for student financial concerns or questions about affording housing, food, taxes, textbooks, and/or academic services. Find tips for saving money and making college more affordable, links to academic services and financial assistance, computer lab locations, free tax help, and cost-saving transportation options.
DEAN OF STUDENTS OFFICE
203 Savitz Hall
Help students navigate difficult situations, including financial hardships, challenges adapting to college, and documenting when you will be absent for medical reasons or other extenuating circumstances.
go-to for student Qs & concerns
OFFICE OF SOCIAL JUSTICE, INCLUSION, AND CONFLICT RESOLUTION
Primarily serves students of diverse backgrounds and provide opportunities to explore their identity. Houses the Gender & Sexuality Center, BIPOC Student Support Services and the Interfaith and Spiritual Exploration Alliance. Hosts many campus events, such as screenings, book clubs, performances, and discussion forums.
find community & get involved with diversity & social justice initiatives
find out what's going on
LGBTQIA+ STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS
QPoC - Queer People of Color
oSTEM - Out in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math
Prism - Serves the LGBTQ+ community at Rowan with events, advocacy and activism, & weekly meetings focusing on awareness of LGBTQ+ issues
True Colors - Promotes self-care, self-acceptance, and self-expression while providing a safe space for Rowan's LGBTQ+ community to connect with community and allies
connect with LGBTQIA+
GENDER & SEXUALITY CENTER
The Gender & Sexuality Center works to create safer spaces for students by supporting students’ exploration of their identity, and advocate for campus inclusion for the LGBTQIA+ community at Rowan. You can also reach out to the Gender & Sexuality Center for help with gender affirming measures: for example, how to use a preferred/affirming name for your ID, on Canvas and email, etc., how to pursue legal name change process in New Jersey, how to access gender affirming clothing, info on gender inclusive housing options, and more.
resources for LGBTQIA+
PREFERRED NAME POLICY
The Rowan University Preferred Name Policy enables members of the campus community, including students, faculty and staff, to use and be known by a preferred name that affirms, reflects, and/or expresses their gender, culture, and/or other aspects of their social identity in the classroom and conducting general business at the university. The University will update systems to display preferred names update the reports, documents and systems designated to use preferred names.
update records to your preferred/ affirming name
connect with Black student community
BLACK CULTURAL LEAGUE
Student club committed to improving social awareness, increasing social responsibility, and embracing, broadening, and enhancing knowledge of African American history. Hosts arts and culture events, promotes social justice initiatives, and coordinates community service projects.
get involved with Black student events
WOMEN OF COLOR ALLIANCE (WOCA)
Student organization that strives to create a safe place for minority women and to unite them under the common objective of changing the societal and systemic limitations placed upon them. Through self-empowerment and service, WOCA focuses on building women of diligence and tenacity.
connect with community of BIPOC women
connect with BIPOC men's uplift group
ASIAN CULTURAL ASSOCIATION
Student club that promotes Asian culture and diversity more broadly at Rowan University, and also aims to foster community, creating a safe space for students to come together, make new friends, enjoy familiar sights and tastes of their homes, and perhaps find something new.
connect with Asian student community
connect with Latinx student community
connect with Caribbean student community
OFFICE OF ACCESSIBILITY SERVICES
The Office of Accessibility Services coordinates accessible classes, use of assistive technologies and resources, and other accommodations for students with documented disabilities and other diagnosed conditions (e.g. mental health conditions, learning difficulties). Students can register for accommodations on the Office of Accessibility Services' online portal, with an IEP or other documentation.
securing accommodations for disabilities
Free tutoring that covers most subject areas: STEM classes, languages, arts & music, social sciences, humanities, etc. (for writing, though, go to the Writing Center!) Group tutoring, remote tutoring, and drop-in appointments available!
help with schoolwork / tutoring
Free one-on-one support for students struggling with any aspects of their experience at Rowan University – whether academically, psychologically, logistically, or otherwise. Resiliency coordinators meet with students regularly to provide supportive connection and a range of general troubleshooting for as long as students need it; this partnership helps students stay on track with their studies and their overall progress at Rowan.
help navigating conflicts / over-coming obstacles / setting goals
Savitz Hall, Suite 304
Free one-on-one coaching to help students adjust to the rigors of higher education, gain a better understanding of campus resources, and develop plans to meet your own academic and personal goals. Work with a coach to set goals, determine concrete actionable steps to meet those goals, connect with appropriate support services, and check in about your progress.
help with time management / executive function / meeting goals
ACADEMIC SUPPORT & LIFE SKILLS
THE WRITING CENTER
Free writing tutoring for ALL of your classes, not just Comp classes. Work with a tutor at any stage of the writing process (even if you are just getting started) on any writing assignment. Face to face tutoring, remote video tutoring, drop-in appointments, and asynchronous online tutoring options available.
All students are assigned an academic advisor. Academic advisors are available to meet with students on an individual basis to review academic plans and explore careers. Your advisor will help you make sure you are meeting your major's degree requirements and help you plan to meet your academic goals. Remote appointments available.
plan your schedule
INFORMATION RESOURCES & TECHNOLOGY
News, information, downloads, instructions, and troubleshooting for all technology services and tech-related concerns on the Glassboro, Camden, and Stratford campuses. Online, remote, in-person, and onsite assistance available.