Stay Scarlet Forever

As a Rutgers graduate, you share in the R-U spirit and pride. No matter when you graduated or where you live, this is an opportunity to stay connected with your alma mater. Reap the benefits of free lifetime alumni membership including access to career resources, signature events such as homecoming, and affinity groups based on interest, profession, region, and much more through the Rutgers University Alumni Association (RUAA).

Rutgers University Alumni Association

Visit Our Alumni Houses and center 

Enjoy beautifully renovated, historic spaces exclusively for Rutgers alumni that offer a range of alumni-focused activities and events, public meeting rooms, comfortable seating, free WiFi, and other amenities. Alumni association staff are available during business hours to answer questions and assist visitors at these locations:

Rutgers Alumni House at Van Nest Hall
19 College Avenue
New Brunswick, N.J.

Rutgers University–Newark Alumni Center
72 Washington Street
Newark, N.J.

Rutgers University–Camden Alumni House
312 Camden Street
Camden, N.J.

Questions?

If you have a question about alumni services, contact your nearest Rutgers University Alumni Association office or send an email rualumni@ruf.rutgers.edu.

Paul Robeson, Yearbook Image, 1919

A Centennial Alumni Anniversary

Paul Robeson, Class of 1919

Robeson is one of the university's most distinguished alumni. As a student at Rutgers College from 1915-1919, Robeson excelled in both academics and athletics. After graduating from Rutgers, he earned a law degree from Columbia University, became a lauded actor and entertainer, and took up the mantle as an unwavering advocate for human rights. 

In 2019, the university community will mark the centennial anniversary of Paul Robeson's graduation from Rutgers College in 1919 with a variety of events and activities. We invite you to learn more about Robeson's legacy.

Connect with Rutgers Magazine

Rutgers Magazine Fall 2018 Issue

Meet scientists at the Rutgers Climate Institute who are nationally renowned for their research on climate change.

Read about the six alumni who are top lawyers in the National Football League.

Learn why the student experience at Rutgers has never been better.

Check out the artifacts of jazz great Count Basie, now housed at the Institute of Jazz Studies.

Find it all in the Fall 2018 issue of Rutgers Magazine online.