At Rutgers–New Brunswick, you can have it all—a community of five distinct and lively campuses, the urban vibe of the city of New Brunswick, and the ivy-covered buildings and verdant open spaces of a university with a history going back to Colonial times (1766, to be precise). When you live in New Brunswick, you’re living in the gateway to New Jersey.
Tuesday, December 10, 2013
Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences at Stratford is closed as of 12:30 p.m. and evening classes are canceled due to inclement weather. All
other Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences locations remain open. For information visit the Rutgers Biomedical Health Sciences Status Page.
The Rutgers-New Brunswick Campus is open and operating. For information visit the Rutgers-New Brunswick Campus Status Page.
The Rutgers-Newark Campus is open and operating. For information visit the Rutgers-Newark Status Page.
The Rutgers-Camden Campus is open and operating. For information visit the Rutgers-Camden Status Page.
New Brunswick Campus Life
Just step outside your door and you’re welcomed into a vibrant city with a thriving arts community and a happening downtown. The Rutgers–New Brunswick Campus, with facilities in the city of New Brunswick, the township of Piscataway, and several surrounding municipalities, offers something for everyone. Top-notch recreational facilities. Art galleries, theaters, and coffeehouses. The roaring crowds at High Point Solutions Stadium. Hiking trails, a golf course, and even a farm. At Rutgers–New Brunswick, you’ve got the world, right here.
|If you are looking for …||You will find it on the ...|
|High-tech and health sciences facilities, sports venues ...||Busch Campus|
|Fields, farms, and technology buildings ...||George H. Cook Campus|
|Stone and ivy in the city ...||College Avenue Campus|
|Stately architecture and women-only housing options ...||Douglass Campus|
|A close-knit student village, nature paths ...||Livingston Campus|
Dozens of residential communities on campus are devoted to the idea of learning through living. For example, Douglass Residential College for women includes a global village keyed to language learning, cultural exploration, and development of a global outlook; a science and engineering hall offers skills development programs; and a house for adult students welcomes those coming to Rutgers more than five years after finishing high school.
Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences Student Life
Hundreds of people dedicated to improving human health gather each day at the New Brunswick Campus. Hundreds more come together just a few blocks from the Rutgers–Newark Campus—as well as in Stratford, Scotch Plains, and other locations throughout New Jersey. They are focused on learning and practicing the medical arts in clinical settings. A dedication to teaching, research, and patient care is a hallmark of Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences, the academic, health, and patient services division of Rutgers.