Choose a home base.
Sure, Rutgers makes the grade academically, but how does campus life stack up? Rutgers has three regional campuses, each with a distinct vibe and an exciting environment for building a satisfying college life. Whatever you’re into, you can get it here.
Tailgate before the big game at Rutgers Stadium. Organize a charity dance marathon at the College Ave Gym. Join a dorm-floor tour of the Ironbound. Meet your friends at the free concert series in the Fine Arts Complex. At Rutgers, there’s a place for everyone: Rutgers–Camden
is small and cozy. Nearly 4,000 undergraduates choose our south Jersey campus—self-contained on 40 landscaped acres and known for its friendly intimacy. Every campus destination is within walking distance. For fun, stroll down to the revitalized Camden Waterfront or hop the shuttle to Philadelphia. It’s that easy! Rutgers–Newark
is sleek and cosmopolitan. Anchored by Campus Plaza, a central college greenway, our north Jersey campus unites 7,000 undergraduates from more than 75 countries within four blocks square. Our students thrive in the urban energy of the University Heights college district and Newark’s high-profile renaissance. And New York City is just a short train ride away.
is our oldest and largest campus. More than 28,000 undergraduates pursue their studies here, choosing their “home base” from five smaller, residential campuses—each with its own character. From ivy-covered halls to high-tech labs, our central Jersey campus is the quintessential college campus.
So come for a campus visit
—to Camden, Newark, New Brunswick, or all three—and find out where you belong at Rutgers.