Center for Sports Communication & Social Impact

  • NBA Hall of Famer Charles Barkley visited with Sports CAM students on campus.
  • Neil Hartman, Director for the Center for Sports Communication & Social Impact was the program host with Charles Barkley.
  • Rowan students took advantage of asking Charles Barkley questions during his campus visit.
  • Charles Barkley entertained the Rowan community in the fall 2019 semester.

Center for Sports Communication & Social Impact

Center for Sports Communication & Social Impact

Welcome to the Center for Sports Communication and Social Impact!
We work with students studying in our Sports Communication and Media (Sports CAM) program to enhance their academic growth. We provide access to mentoring, renowned guest speakers, networking events, work opportunities and student clubs. If you want to prepare for a career on the forefront of sports and find ways to impact others in society, we would love to hear from you! 


Neil Hartman

Meet the Team

Emmy Award-winning sportscaster Neil Hartman has been named Director of Rowan University’s Center for Sports Communication & Social Impact. The Center provides educational, professional and inspirational experiences for students in the new Sports Communication and Media major.


The Center promotes a culture of actively engaged students and provides opportunities to distinguish themselves for future positions in the highly competitive sports media industry.

B.A. in Sports CaM

The College of Communication & Creative Arts at Rowan is home to several sports-related communication programs including a B.A. in Sports Communication and Media (Sports CaM), Minor in Sports Communcation and Sports Media (21 credits) and Certificate of Undergraduate Study in Sports Media (12 credits).

Pizza with the Pros

Pizza with the Pros is a weekly networking event for Sports CAM students.

We Are One Team

We Are One Team (WA1T) is a student-led, university-wide umbrella initiative for projects and programming that promote diversity and inclusion through sport on American college campuses.