Training

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    Our Training Services team leads group sessions and offers one-on-one classes. Register for training.
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Training

Training

Our Training Services team offers a number of professional development opportunities for faculty and staff.

In addition to one-on-one training sessions and small group classes, our trainers produce videos, quick-reference guides and training manuals to help you navigate University applications like Banner and Cognos. 

Register for Training

View our upcoming classes and register for training on the Rowan Online Marketplace at marketplace.rowanonline.com/irt

Note: The Rowan Online Marketplace will be unavailable on Wednesday, Nov. 7, from 9 a.m. to noon due to maintenance.  

News & Updates

Request Banner Finance security access through Self-Service Banner

You can now request Banner Finance security access through Self-Service Banner. Find out more. 

Make purchases through Amazon Business

Amazon Business is now an approved marketplace for non-contracted items. Watch our video to learn how to place an Amazon Business order

Denied access to a Google Doc? 

If you've been denied access when trying to access a Google Doc, you may need to switch between your Rowan University account and personal Google account. Learn how to switch between and manage multiple Google accounts

Training Registration

Our Training Services team offers one-on-one classes and group sessions to faculty and staff on University applications, including Banner, Cognos, Qualtrics, EPAF, RIMS and more.

Training Resources

Our Training Services team also produces training videos, quick reference guides and comprehensive training manuals for University applications. Browse our training resources. 

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