- 3,909 student residents
- 78 academic buildings
- 5 libraries
- 16 residence halls
- 68 student lounges
- 1 world-class art museum
With its Federal architecture and tree-lined lawns, the College Avenue Campus is the historic heart of Rutgers University. It’s a lively and urban community where you’ll find the cafés and shops of downtown New Brunswick, a world-class art museum, and students and professors strolling under the trees of Voorhees Mall or down College Avenue—not far from the site of the first game of intercollegiate football (back in 1869, with Rutgers besting Princeton, 6–4). The campus is home to the School of Arts and Sciences, the largest school at Rutgers, as well as academic departments from anthropology to urban studies. It’s a place of endless inquiry and boundless spirit.
The Campus Dean and the Dean of Students work collaboratively on programs and services to enrich students’ academic experience and help those seeking assistance. Their offices are located in the same building and they share a joint email account.
The Campus Dean, Matt K. Matsuda, organizes academic programs and events that bring faculty and students together beyond the classroom.
The Dean of Students, Timothy Grimm, focuses on campus well-being and assists students with medical, emotional, psychological, familial, or financial difficulties that are hampering academic success. If you find yourself struggling, the Dean of Students can help.
From academic departments and libraries to residence halls and dining options, discover services and facilities located on the College Avenue Campus.
|Program Name||Residence Hall||Credit||Class||School/Major|
|French Language and Culture Living-Learning Community||Leupp||No||All||Any|
|German Language and Culture Living-Learning Community||Leupp||No||All||Any|
|History and Political Science||Demarest||No||All||Any|
|Religion and Spirituality||Demarest||No||All||Any|
|School of Arts and Sciences Honors Housing||Brett||No||All||SAS|
|Sex, Sexuality, and Gender||Demarest||No||All||Any|
|SAS: School of Arts and Sciences|
The College Avenue Campus extends into downtown New Brunswick, with complexes that include colleges and schools, research centers, exhibit space, and residence halls. The Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy and the Mason Gross School of the Arts are both located in the Civic Square Building on Livingston Avenue, steps from New Brunswick's arts district. Newly opened is the College of Nursing, located in New Brunswick’s health care hub.
A World-Class Art Museum Right on Campus
More than 50,000 works of art. Outstanding collections in areas as diverse as American stained glass design and Soviet dissident art from the Cold War period. Stroll over to the Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, and you’ll be wowed by what you see. Learn more.
Where’s My Bus?
Get real-time campus bus arrival information, updated at regular intervals, with NextBus. Satellite technology and advanced computer modeling track individual vehicles on their routes. Learn more.