Approximately 2,000 new students and expanded programming are predicted to spring from the development of Rowan University’s Rohrer College of Business’s newest facility in Gloucester County, NJ.
The $63.2 million project, which is calculated to be completed by spring 2017, is a part of Rowan University’s plan to be the foundation for the region’s next generation of problem-solvers, according to the University’s president, Dr. Ali Houshmand.
Rowan University currently has an annual economic impact of $1.23 billion throughout the state of New Jersey, a number that will only continue to rise with the expansion of their campus. As Rowan University grows, it will continue to drive the economic activity of both New Jersey and the Greater Philadelphia region as a whole.
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