Before you come to campus, take a sneak peek at some of our buildings and facilities and see what our students are up to!
Located on Livingston Campus, the Rutgers Business School is consistently hailed as one of the best return-on-investments in the United States.
Our Rutgers pride is visible everywhere on campus – even in the hedges on the College Avenue Campus.
The Queens Building, now known as Old Queens, was built in 1809 and is one of the oldest buildings here in New Brunswick. This area of the College Avenue Campus is the heart of our revolutionary history.
Tucked away in the quiet atmosphere of Douglass Campus, Passion Puddle was ranked #6 most romantic spot on a college campus by College Ranker.
This beloved bronze statue, known as Willie the Silent, celebrates a national hero of the Netherlands. Willie, located on Voorhees Mall, is a reminder of Rutgers' Dutch heritage.
Located on Cook Campus, Rutgers Gardens is an arboretum and botanical garden that offers educational programming, a farmers market, and a quiet escape from the hustle and bustle of the city of New Brunswick.
Bishop House was built in 1852 and is located on the College Avenue Campus. It sits among the main residential buildings on College Avenue and students refer to the area as "Bishop Beach."
Busch, Engineering, Science and Technology (B.E.S.T.) Hall is one of many housing options on Busch Campus.
Whether they're supporting one of our 24 Division I teams at a Big Ten sporting event, or just heading to class, our students proudly wear their scarlet everywhere!
Rutgers University is the 8th oldest institution of higher learning in the United States. We're proud to have recently celebrated our 250th anniversary.
The Livingston Dining Commons offers a variety of food options, including a Mongolian Grill and a build-your-own burger bar.
Come autumn, it's hard to resist an afternoon of study in Voorhees Mall while enjoying the fall foliage!
"Signal," an abstract human figure in motion, reflects the discipline of the Biomedical Engineering Building in front of which it sits.
Our Scarlet Ambassadors can't wait to meet you and share their Scarlet Pride!
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