A three-year, year-round degree pathway for students
Students can earn free summer tuition, fees and housing through the Degree in 3 program.
Degree in 3 also provides on-campus leadership internships and/or research opportunities and academic support programs throughout students’ three years.
Students who live on campus can save up to $27,000 (tuition, plus room and board) - roughly a 25% savings of what a degree would cost over a four-year period. Commuter students can save up to $14,000 (tuition) over the same period, realizing significant cost-savings.
How to Apply
Apply to Rowan by May 1.
The Degree in 3 program is available to students who are admitted into the following majors:
- B.A. English
- B.A. History
- B.A. Law & Justice
- B.A. Writing Arts
- B.A. Radio, Television & Film
- B.A. Psychology
- B.S. Marketing
Once admitted, students will receive an invitation to apply to the Degree in 3 program. They must indicate their commitment to the program by filling out an interest form by May 1.
Who is Eligible?
- Students admitted to the University in the designated majors
- Transfer students who have completed 40 credits; however, they must meet with a Rowan academic advisor after being admitted to one of the designated majors, but before being admitted into the Degree in 3 program
- Current first-year Rowan students in the designated majors who will have completed 40 credits by the end of the summer session. Current students should contact Carol Eigenbrot at email@example.com for details.
Requirements and Benefits
Degree in 3 is open to both on-campus residents and commuters, who will attend classes year-round, including both summer sessions. Students are expected to complete 200 hours of leadership internships or academic-related work experiences during their three years at Rowan — typically 100 hours per summer.
Students will receive specialized academic support and participate in cohort experiences throughout the year.
For More Information
Students will receive additional information about Degree in 3 after being accepted into one of the designated majors. Contact Carol Eigenbrot at firstname.lastname@example.org with additional questions.