The Rowan Opportunity Program provides additional institutional funding to pay the gap between tuition & fees and any other grants or scholarships the student receives. For students whose family’s Adjusted Gross Income is between $0 and $65,000 annually, the net cost for tuition and fees will be $0. Where the eligible student’s family adjusted gross income is between $65,001 to $80,000, students will be able to receive assistance such that their net cost for tuition and fees is no more than $7,500 total for the fall and spring semesters.
To be eligible for the Rowan Opportunity Program, applicants must: complete the FAFSA and meet all state deadlines to have state aid eligibility determined; be a New Jersey resident or eligible noncitizen; demonstrate financial need; enroll full-time (12 credits) and have not yet earned 60 credits, including all transfer credit hours; and submit any documentation required by the Rowan University Office of Financial Aid. There is no GPA requirement, but students must maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress to receive the award. Funding is available for fall and spring semesters only.