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17,000

That’s how many works are in the foremost collection outside of Russia of dissident art from the former Soviet Union. The collection is the centerpiece of the Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers–New Brunswick, one of the finest university museums of art in the nation.

Ready, Set, Action!

Take a break from the multiplex—or your DVD collection—and broaden your knowledge of film with Rutgers’ film festivals.

Farm Animals, for Real!

Yes, there’s actually a working farm at Rutgers–New Brunswick, and you can take a tour of it. From April through October, the Farm Tour Program conducts tours around Rutgers’ facilities. You’ll get to observe the animals and learn about the farm from undergraduates majoring in animal science. Learn more.

What’s Happening

With so many concerts, lectures, and other events, how do you keep tabs on them? With the events calendar, of course—your ticket to finding out what’s happening at Rutgers. Learn more.

Attend an art gallery opening. Cheer the Scarlet Knights at High Point Solutions Stadium. Take a tour of a preserved forest or a working farm. Whether you’re looking for a day trip with the kids, a night out at the theater, or just a stroll among historic buildings, we’ve got something for you.

 

So Much to Do

Rutgers University–New Brunswick is a great destination! Visit Rutgers, and you’ll find:

  • five campuses, with everything from hiking trails to one-of-a-kind library collections
  • 2,681 acres of historic buildings and verdant lawns in New Brunswick and Piscataway
  • cultural offerings in the heart of downtown New Brunswick
  • a variety of events, from film festivals to lectures with leading scientists, thinkers, and writers
  • an Olympic-size pool, a football stadium with seating for more than 52,000 roaring fans, a public golf course, and a variety of cafés and eateries

Explore Our Campus

There’s always something happening here. Museum exhibits. Hiking trails. Theater performances. Check out your choices below.

Saying “I Do” at Rutgers

Falling in love: It’s part of the Rutgers experience, along with all-nighters and the grease trucks.

And if you fall in love at Rutgers, why not get married here? Hundreds of couples do just that each year. (You can read several of their stories in “I Do at RU” in Rutgers Magazine.) Popular venues for tying the knot include these spots: