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Welcome and Welcome Back!

Welcome returning and new students, faculty and staff to the 2020 fall semester, at Rowan University.  We are starting to feel the excitement of a new academic year. Although the pulse of this semester is different from any other year, I am delighted to see the semester is underway. Some students will be on campus taking classes in-person, and others will choose to take a mixture of remote and in-person or enroll in our online courses/programs. No matter what class format students choose CHSS will welcome and support you.

We are working very hard to provide a quality and safe experience this fall for students. So please follow the necessary health and safety protocols.

Thank you and Good Luck!

Nawal H. Ammar, Ph.D.

Dean 

For the latest information about Rowan University's Return Plans for a safe and Healthy Restart this fall, visit the Return to Rowan Website. You will find details on how we are preparing for our students, faculty, staff, and visitors, as well as important steps to keep all of us as healthy as possible both on campus and within the greater community.

For more information about and resources related to COVID-19, visit Rowan University (COVID-19) Virus Info

Learn About Our College

  • Second largest College in the University

  • World Class Faculty

  • Small classes taught by experts in their fields, not graduate students

  • Multiple paths to completing degrees

  • Four Educational and Research Centers and Institutes

  • Numerous Faculty-Led Study Abroad Programs

  • Fellowships and Scholarships to study abroad and in the U.S.

  • Undergraduate Research Opportunities

Empower. Transform. Engage.

We are the second largest academic college within Rowan University, and as the home of the majority of general education courses, we make contact with just about every student who graduates with a Rowan degree.

True to the liberal arts mission, we ask questions fundamental to our increasingly complex existence through varied programs of study, with many opportunities for experiential learning and other co-curricular activities. 

More Summer Headlines

U.S. Sanctions against Hong Kong Erode U.S. Influence in the Region. Allan Y. Jiao, Law and Justice professor featured in the Quest News Group article.

Why some Floridians want to rename Broward County, Plantation and Lee County:
History Professor Dr. Chanelle Rose featured in a recent Miami Herald op ed.

Books, Popular Works, and Movies of Historical Racial Injustice: Popular titles from our History Department: Historical Racial Injustice

Jackson Doctor Concerned About Hospital Capacity As South Florida COVID Cases Increase: Dr. Chanelle Rose contributes to a 1939 Election story. (Her segment starts at about 30:30) COVID Increase

History Professor, Bill Carrigan is featured in the Latino Times on "The History of Anti-Mexican Violence and Lynching". More here.

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