STUDENT RESOURCE GUIDE: CAMPUS RESOURCES FOR WELLNESS AND SUCCESS
Student Health Services offers illness and injury treatment free of charge for students.
FamCare offers sexual and reproductive health appointments on campus. Their dedicated healthcare providers are available for appointments at Winans Hall Wednesdays during the semester.
Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) Services
AOD screening and assessment is a service provided for students who are concerned about their use of alcohol or other drugs and may be contemplating entering into a treatment.
Offer a counselor on call 24/7; conversations are confidential.
Note: the phone number is for Public Safety, 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).
Counseling and Psychological Services
They offer a variety of counseling that is confidential and free of charge.
Title IX Office
They offer 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.
Brandy Bennett, Interim Title IX Investigator | 856-256-5831
Campus well-being initiative dedicated to helping students develop the knowledge, skills, and awareness to maintain a healthy, balanced life. Sponsors events and activities to promote physical, social, emotional, community, purpose, and financial well-being.
Office of Student
Equity & Compliance
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.
The Dean of Students Office
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.
Office of Social Justice, Inclusion, and Conflict Resolution
Primarily serves students of diverse backgrounds and provide opportunities to explore their identity. Houses the LGBTQIA+ Center, Multicultural Center, Women’s Center, and Interfaith & Spiritual Exploration Center. Hosts many campus events!
This site lets you find student organizations to join and events on campus. There is a wide variety of student orgs at Rowan, some related to majors/careers, others related to hobbies and interests. Getting involved lets you meet people with common interests and to add a line to your future resume.
The SHOP Food Pantry and Resource Center
SHOP (Students Helping Other Profs) is 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.
Rowan website with lots of tips for saving money, trying to make college affordable.
Here you will also find links to a variety of resources ranging from academic services and financial assistance to computer lab locations, free tax help, and cost-saving transportation alternatives.
Philabundance Fresh For All Program,
Food Bank of South Jersey
Free fresh fruits and vegetables are available to the Glassboro and Rowan University communities every Friday through a new Philabundance location on Rowan’s campus.
Non-Rowan food banks providing hunger relief for individuals and families in need.