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Monday, June 19 2017, 8:00 AM to Tuesday, June 20 2017, 4:00 PM

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 PROGRAM NOTES

Nametags
Please wear your nametags until you check out on Day 2. They also serve as your admission to orientation meals. 

Bring Your Own Device
Connect to the RowanSecure wireless network. See https://confluence.rowan.edu/display/IRT/ClearPass+Registration for more information.

 

STUDENT ORIENTATION: DAY ONE - JUNE 19, 2017

7:30 a.m. Student Veterans Breakfast
Savitz Hall 218
If you are a student veteran, active duty military or reservist, or utilizing veterans benefits to finance your Rowan education, visit with Rowan's Veterans Affairs certifying official for breakfast prior to orientation.

8 a.m. Express Check-In
Pfleeger Concert Hall Lobby, Wilson Hall
If you received an Express Check-In mailer, and bring your Express Check-In materials to campus with you, you can take advantage of an expedited check-in process.

8 a.m. Check-In
Pfleeger Concert Hall Lobby, Wilson Hall

8:45 - 9 a.m. Welcome & Orientation Program Overview
Pfleeger Concert Hall
Provost Dr. Jim Newell will provide a welcome and Dr. Drew Tinnin, Senior Director of Orientation and Student Leadership Programs, will review the schedule for the day.

9 – 9:45 a.m. Great Expectations: What’s Really Happening
Pfleeger Concert Hall
Vice President for Student Life & Dean of Students Mr. Richard Jones and Assistant Vice President for Civic Involvement Mr. Joe Mulligan will provide incoming Rowan students and their parents & family members with information regarding the behavioral expectations of living and learning on Rowan’s campus.

9:45 – 10 a.m. STEP UP!
Pfleeger Concert Hall
Learn about the Leadership Rowan program and resources for student success.

10 a.m. Placement Exams
Students needing placement testing will depart to Savitz Hall.

10 - 10:45 a.m. Making the Grade: Succeeding Academically at Rowan
Pfleeger Concert Hall
Hear advice on how to successfully make the transition to Rowan and learn about our academic integrity expectations and academic support resources. Facilitated by Dr. Rory McElwee, Vice President for Enrollment and Student Success.

10:45 a.m. Parent & Family Member Dismissal
Family members depart to their own orientation programming.

10:45 - 11:30 a.m. Conducting Student Business at Rowan
Pfleeger Concert Hall
Learn how to find and register for courses in Banner and review other important University web sites for student business. Representatives from the Bursar, Card Services, and Financial Aid will also share resources.

11:30 a.m. Dismissal by PROS Group
The Peer Referral and Orientation Staff (PROS) will discuss campus life at Rowan. See your nametag for your PROS group number.

11:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. Information Showcase
Student Recreation Center

12:15 - 1:10 p.m. Lunch
Chamberlain Student Center 
Enjoy lunch in the Marketplace and get your RowanCard ID. 

1:15 p.m. Dismissal to Academic Advising
Chamberlain Student Center Pit
PROS will escort you to academic advising.

1:30 - 4 p.m. Advising & Registration
Meet with your academic advisor. If you have not finalized your class schedule, PROS can assist you as needed. After completing your class schedule, you can complete any other campus business before departing for the day.

Accounting

Business Hall 104A

Ms. Kristin Elcess

Advertising 

Bozorth 118

Dr. Suzanne FitzGerald & Mrs. Lori Block

Africana Studies

Robinson 216A--History Dept. Conference Room

Dr. Emily Blanck

American Studies

Robinson 216A--History Dept. Conference Room

Dr. Emily Blanck

Art 

Westby 209

Mr. David Vaccaro

Art: Education/Subject Matter Teaching 

Westby 209

Mr. David Vaccaro

Athletic Training

College of Education Advising Center, James Hall

Ms. Laurie Dwyer

Biochemistry 

Science 151

Ms. Octavia Nash

Biochemistry - Accelerated (w/ Cell & Molecular Biology - CMBA)

Science 151

Ms. Octavia Nash

Biochemistry - Accelerated (w/ Medicine - MDBC)

Science 151

Ms. Octavia Nash

Biochemistry - Accelerated (w/ OM - OMBC)

Science 151

Ms. Octavia Nash

Biochemistry - Accelerated (w/ Pharmaceutical Sciences - G303)

Science 151

Ms. Octavia Nash

Biological Science

Science 128

Ms. Christina Davidson-Tucci

Biology

Science 128

Ms. Christina Davidson-Tucci

Biology - Accelerated (w/ Cell & Molecular Biology - CMB)

Science 128

Ms. Christina Davidson-Tucci

Biology - Accelerated (w/ Medicine - MDB)

Science 128

Ms. Christina Davidson-Tucci

Biology - Accelerated (w/ OM - OMB)

Science 128

Ms. Christina Davidson-Tucci

Biomedical Art & Visualization

Westby 209

Mr. David Vaccaro

Biomedical Engineering

Engineering Hall 221

Dr. Mary Staehle

Biomedical Engineering - Accelerated (w/ Medicine - MDBE)

Engineering Hall 221

Dr. Mary Staehle

Biomedical Engineering - Accelerated (w/ OM - OMBE)

Engineering Hall 221

Dr. Mary Staehle

Biophysics

Science 151

Ms. Octavia Nash

Biophysics - Accelerated (w/ GSBS - CMBP)

Science 151

Ms. Octavia Nash

Biophysics - Accelerated (w/ Medicine - MDBP)

Science 151

Ms. Octavia Nash

Biophysics - Accelerated (w/ OM - OMBP)

Science 151

Ms. Octavia Nash

Business Administration

Business Hall 104A

Ms Kelly Young/Ms.Lauren Shrylock

Chemical Engineering 

Rowan Hall 312 (office)

Dr. Mariano Savelski

Chemistry 

Science 151

Ms. Octavia Nash

Chemistry 

Science 151

Ms. Octavia Nash

Chemistry - Accelerated (w/ Pharmaceutical Sciences - G302)

Science 151

Ms. Octavia Nash

Civil Engineering 

Rowan Hall 1st Floor Conference Room

Dr. Beena Sukumaran

Collaborative Education 

College of Education Advising Center, James Hall

 

Communication Studies 

Bozorth 108

Dr. Maria Simone

Community & Environmental Planning

Robinson 103

Dr. John Hasse

Community Health Advocacy & Education

College of Education Advising Center, James Hall

Ms. Laurie Dwyer

Computer Science 

Robinson 308

Mr. Mike Schillo

Computer Science - Accelerated 

Robinson 308

Mr. Mike Schillo

Computing and Informatics

Robinson 308

Mr. Mike Schillo

Construction Management

faculty office

Dr. Stephen Krone

Dance

Wilson 211

Dr. Elisabeth Hostetter

Disaster Preparedness & Emergency Management

Library 525

Ms. Laurie Baker

Economics

Robinson 103

Dr. Natalie Reaves & Mr. Harold Thompson

Education: Early Childhood Education

College of Education Advising Center, James Hall

Heather Dolbow

Education: Elementary Education

College of Education Advising Center, James Hall

Heather Dolbow

Education: Health and Physical Education 

College of Education Advising Center, James Hall

Mr. Melvin Pinckney

Electrical and Computer Engineering

Engineering Hall 346A (Conference Room)

Dr. Linda Head

Engineering Entrepreneurship

Engineering Hall 134

Dr. Stephanie Farrell

English

Bunce 304

Dr. Joe Coulombe

Entrepreneurship 

Business Hall 104A

Ms. Karen Murtha

Environmental Studies

Robinson 103

Dr. John Hasse

Exploratory Studies

Savitz 321

Ms. Carol Eigenbrot

Finance 

Business Hall 104A

Ms. Kristin Elcess

General Studies

Savitz 321

Ms. Tiffany Fortunato

Geographical Information Science

Robinson 103

Dr. John Hasse

Geography

Robinson 103

Dr. John Hasse

Geology

Robinson 102

Dr. Harold Connolly

Geology

Robinson 102

Dr. Harold Connolly

Health and Exercise Science

College of Education Advising Center, James Hall

Ms. Laurie Dwyer, Ms. Jeanine Dowd, Ms. Alicia Groatman

History

Robinson 216A--History Dept. Conference Room

Dr. William Carrigan

History - Accelerated

Robinson 216A--History Dept. Conference Room

Dr. William Carrigan

Human Performance in Clinical Settings

College of Education Advising Center, James Hall

Ms. Jeanine Dowd

Human Resource Management 

Business Hall 104A

Ms. Karen Murtha

Human Services

Library 525

Ms. Sharon McCann

International Studies

Robinson 211

Dr. Corinne Blake

International Studies-Accelerated (w/ MBA - G510)

Robinson 211

Dr. Corinne Blake

Journalism 

Bozorth 107

Prof. Mark Berkey-Gerard

Law and Justice Studies - Accelerated (w/ Criminal Justice - G104)

Library 578

Ms. Ivelisse Silva & Ms.Rachel Budmen

Law/Justice

Library 578

Ms. Ivelisse Silva & Ms.Rachel Budmen

Liberal Studies

Library 138

Ms. Cindy Finer

Literacy Studies

College of Education Advising Center, James Hall

 

Management 

Business Hall 104A

Ms. Karen Murtha

Management Information Systems 

Business Hall 104A

Ms Kelly Young/Ms.Lauren Shrylock

Marketing

Business Hall 104A

Ms Kelly Young/Ms.Lauren Shrylock

Mathematics 

Robinson 310

Dr. Dex Whittinghill

Mathematics 

Robinson 310

Dr. Dex Whittinghill

Mathematics - Accelerated 

Robinson 310

Dr. Dex Whittinghill

Mechanical Engineering 

Rowan Hall 2nd Floor Conference Room

Dr. Jennifer Kadlowec

Modern Languages & Linguistics

Bunce 305-Department of Foreign Languages

Dr. Edward Smith

Music

Wilson 204

Larry Depasquale

Music 

Wilson 204

Larry Depasquale

Music Education: Instrumental/Subject Matter Teaching 

Wilson 204

Larry Depasquale

Music Education: Jazz/Subject Matter Teaching 

Wilson 204

Larry Depasquale

Music Education: Vocal/Subject Matter Teaching 

Wilson 204

Larry Depasquale

Music Industry

Wilson 204

Larry Depasquale

Nutrition

College of Education Advising Center, James Hall

Ms. Laurie Dwyer

Philosophy & Religion Studies

Bunce 315-Department of Philosophy & Religion

Dr. Nathan Bauer

Physical Science

Science 151

Ms. Octavia Nash

Physical Science: Chemistry/Subject Matter Teaching 

Science 151

Ms. Octavia Nash

Physical Science: Physics/Subject Matter Teaching 

Science 151

Ms. Octavia Nash

Physics 

Science 151

Ms. Octavia Nash

Physics 

Science 151

Ms. Octavia Nash

Planning

Robinson 103

Dr. John Hasse

Political Science

Robinson 103

Dr. Danielle Gougon & Mr. Harold Thomson

Pre-Professional Athletic Training

College of Education Advising Center, James Hall

Ms. Laurie Dwyer

Psychological Science

Robinson 101A

Ms. Megan Kately, Ms. Allana Hooper, Ms. DeLithea Davis

Psychology 

Robinson 101A

Ms. Megan Kately, Ms. Allana Hooper, Ms. DeLithea Davis

Public Relations 

Bozorth 118

Dr. Suzanne FitzGerald & Mrs. Lori Block

Radio/Television/Film 

Bozorth 112

Prof. Keith Brand

Sociology

Library 525

Ms. Jessica Fischetti

Spanish

Bunce 305-Department of Foreign Languages

Dr. Edward Smith

Studio Art 

Westby 209

Mr. David Vaccaro

Subject Matter Education - Biological Science (combined with STEM - G845)

College of Education Advising Center, James Hall

Cristine Mason (Art, Music, Math, Sciences)

Subject Matter Education - Chemistry (combined with STEM - G845)

College of Education Advising Center, James Hall

Cristine Mason (Art, Music, Math, Sciences)

Subject Matter Education - English (combined with MST - G844)

College of Education Advising Center, James Hall

Nadia Rahin (English, History, Spanish)

Subject Matter Education - History (combined with MST - G844)

College of Education Advising Center, James Hall

Nadia Rahin (English, History, Spanish)

Subject Matter Education - Mathematics  (combined with STEM - G845)

College of Education Advising Center, James Hall

Cristine Mason (Art, Music, Math, Sciences)

Subject Matter Education - Physics  (combined with STEM - G845)

College of Education Advising Center, James Hall

Cristine Mason (Art, Music, Math, Sciences)

Subject Matter Education - Spanish (combined with MST - G844)

College of Education Advising Center, James Hall

Nadia Rahin (English, History, Spanish)

Supply Chain & Logistics

Business Hall 104A

Ms Kelly Young/Ms.Lauren Shrylock

Theatre

Wilson 211

Dr. Elisabeth Hostetter

Theatre: Theatre Arts/Subject Matter Teaching 

Wilson 211

Dr. Elisabeth Hostetter

Writing Arts 

Bozorth 114

Dr. Jenn Courtney

 

If you have already registered for classes, or once you have completed course registration, please join us for:

1:15 - 2:45 p.m. Campus Business
Departing from the Chamberlain Student Center
PROS will be available to escort small groups to the Bookstore, Bursar, Office of Financial Aid, and other campus locations. Remember to get your RowanCard ID before leaving campus!

3:30 - 4:30 p.m. Campus Tour
Departing from the Chamberlain Student Center
Admissions Ambassadors will lead students and family members on an optional campus tour.

 

OVERNIGHT ORIENTATION:
Some orientation participants are participating in a one-day transfer orientation program, which concludes after academic advising and registration. Students participating in the two-day overnight orientation program will participate in:

2-4:30 p.m. Drop in Recreation (optional)
Student Recreation Center 
Explore the Student Recreation Center – cool off in the pool, play ping pong or racquetball, enjoy a little friendly basketball competition, work out or just hang out with your new friends!

5 p.m. DEPART TO PHILADELPHIA
Chamberlain Student Center Pit
Meet your PROS in the Pit by 5 p.m. to board the bus to Dave & Busters. 

6-11 p.m. DINNER & GAMES
Dave & Busters, Philadelphia 
Enjoy dinner and a Power Card for free gameplay. You may optionally bring personal money for additional gameplay and a cash bar.

 

STUDENT ORIENTATION: DAY TWO - JUNE 20, 2017

Residence Hall Check-Out
Please return your Holly Pointe Commons key card after you retrieve all of your belongings from your room and before you leave campus. You can drop off your card at the Holly Pointe Commons Information Desk or the Chamberlain Student Center. Anyone who does not check out by 4 p.m. will have their bags moved to the Residential Learning & University Housing Office on the ground floor of Savitz Hall for pick up.

8 - 8:30 a.m. BREAKFAST
Marketplace Dining Hall, Chamberlain Student Center

8:45 - 9:30 a.m. GET INVOLVED!
Business Hall 104
Learn about opportunities to get involved on campus including student leadership positions (Ambassadors, PROS, RAs, Students Government, Leadership Rowan, Greek Life, SJICR, & Study Abroad).

 9:45 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. SOCIAL JUSTICE, INCLUSION, AND CONFLICT RESOLUTION
Business Hall 104
In this overview of the Office of Social Justice, Inclusion,and Conflict Resolution (SJICR), students will learn how they can become mentors, find community, engage in cross-cultural dialogue, and seek spiritual understanding by engaging in our programs and services.   

10:30 - 11:15 CAMPUS SCAVENGER HUNT
Business Hall 104
A scavenger hunt around campus to learn where different campus resources are located on the Glassboro campus. The winning team will receive a prize!

11:30 - 12:30 p.m. The Party
Business Hall 104
An interactive career assessment activity lead by the Director of the Career Advancement Office.

12:30 - 1:30 p.m. Lunch
Marketplace Dining Hall, Chamberlain Student Center 

1:30 p.m. Optional Afternoon Workshop:
Dismissal from Chamberlain Student Center Pit. 

Campbell Library & Campus Tour
The Keith & Shirley Campbell Library – the largest of Rowan’s four libraries – is home to nearly 400,000 books and multimedia materials, and subscribes to more than 55,000 online journals.  

 

 

PROGRAM NOTES

Reminder to Dual Majors
Please meet with both your major advisor (first) and education advisor (afterwards). Visit the College of Education Advising Center on the 2nd floor of James Hall for more information.

RowanCard ID
Please obtain your RowanCard ID at the Chamberlain Student Center Information Desk before you leave orientation to ensure you will have access to your residence hall and meal plan when you return to campus in the fall. 

Residence Hall Check-Out
Please return your Holly Pointe Commons key card after you retrieve all of your belongings from your room and before you leave campus. You can drop off your card at the Holly Pointe Commons Information Desk or the Chamberlain Student Center. Anyone who does not check out by 4 p.m. will have their bags moved to the Residential Learning & University Housing Office on the ground floor of Savitz Hall for pick up.

Ask Me!
There is an orientation information table in the Chamberlain Student Center. If you need assistance or have any questions throughout the orientation program, please stop by the table and Ask Me!

Ending the Day
Parents/family members and students follow separate orientation schedules. Please arrange a meeting place (such as the Chamberlain Student Center) or contact each other by cell phone if desired. Orientation concludes after you have met with your academic advisor, finalized your class schedule, and obtained your RowanCard ID on Day 2.

New Student Checklist
Make sure you are up-to-date with the various tasks that new students need to complete. See rowan.edu/checklist and keep checking off items as you complete them!

Pfleeger Concert Hall

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