Togetherness: Rowan University Recognized for Pioneering Inclusion on College Campuses

A group of 6 young adults and Rowan and EPSN representatives stand under a Rowan University Unified Champion Schools banner in a gymnasium.

Rowan University was recognized as a top-five Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools®. Rowan was the first in New Jersey and one of the original collegiate programs in the country to embrace togetherness in sports and education.

ESPN's Michele Steele was on hand for Rowan's Unified Basketball game, pep rally and banner presentation to celebrate the honor.

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