Courses, Schedules & Registration
The primary goal of the Office of the Registrar is to help students and alumni with all their registration, records, and student classification needs. Located on the bottom floor of Savitz Hall, the Registrar is your one-stop for all your questions regarding registration, fees/payments, grades and more.
Calendars and Schedules
Rowan University makes available all important dates for Undergradudate, Graduate, and Medical Students across every campus.
The Academic Calendar provides the official calendar for Rowan holidays, breaks, and the start and end dates of the traditional semesters. This includes Rowan University and all medical programs (RowanSOM and Cooper Medical).
The Class Schedule often refered to as Section Tally, offers a full listing of course offerings by term, College, professor, and room availability.
Dynamic Course Offerings
Dynamic Course Offerings is a tool for students who are interested in using additional search critera and program descriptions to help support their course registration.
View all Undergraduate and Graduate courses available at Rowan University during the 2014-2015 Academic Year.
Spring Registration begins on October 13 with the last day of add/drop with full refund on January 26, 2015. Matriculated students may register for Spring 2015 classes during these designated time periods and afterward. (System remains open through DROP/ADD, January 20-26). Non-matriculated students may register starting on November 10.
Student Self-Service should be used to register for courses, view grades, request official transcripts, and much more
|Spring Registration Dates||Student Year|
|October 13 – 19||Seniors/Graduate Level|
|October 20 – 26||Seniors/Juniors/Graduate Level|
|October 27 – Nov 2||Seniors/Juniors/Sophmore/Graduate Level|
|November 3 – 9||Seniors/Juniors/Sophmore/Freshman/Graduate Level|
Summer Registration starts March 24th for all students. For more information please visit the Official Summer Session Website.
Student Classification Hours
The system assumes you have earned all credits for the current semester in courses you are currently attending. Ex. 110 earned hours + 15 enrolled = 125 total hours
Senior 90 credits and above
Junior 58 - 89.99 credits
Sophomore 24 - 57.99 credits
Freshman 0 - 23.99 credits
The above information only applies to undergraduates in traditional-format, 16 week, on-campus programs/courses. Click Here to view and print CGCE registration and payment information,