Rutgers University–Camden

As one of three regional campuses that form Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Rutgers–Camden prepares students for success in careers and graduate studies.

Rutgers–Camden delivers the best resources as one of America’s most prestigious public research universities, with all the benefits of a supportive small-college experience.

Website

www.camden.rutgers.edu

Admissions Office

406 Penn Street
Camden, NJ 08102

Admissions Office Phone

856.225.6104

Application Deadlines

Undergraduate Fall, First-Year:
November 1 (early action, non-binding)
December 1 (regular action)

Undergraduate Fall, Transfer:
February 1
Undergraduate Spring, First-Year and Transfer:
October 1

Office of Financial Aid Phone

856.225.6039

Students

Total: 6,539
Full-time: 4,948
Graduate: 1,112

Faculty

Full-time: 260
Part-time: 253

Student/Faculty Ratio

22:1

Programs of Study

Rutgers–Camden offers 35 bachelor’s degree-granting programs, including accounting, anthropology, art, biology, chemistry, childhood studies, computer science, criminal justice, economics, English, finance, French, German, history, human resource management, liberal studies, management, marketing, mathematics, museum studies, music, nursing, philosophy, physics, political science, psychology, religion, social work, sociology, Spanish, teacher preparation, theater, urban studies, BA/JD, BA/MA (five-year program).

Housing

About 500 students live on campus in apartment and dormitory-style housing. Neighborhood housing includes the Victor Lofts and the Cooper Grant neighborhood. Housing along the PATCO High Speed Line is available in such communities as Collingswood, Westmont, Haddonfield, Voorhees and Stratford.

Activities

Accounting Society, African Students Association, American Medical Students Association, Art Students League, Beta Alpha Psi, Bethel Fellowship, Bioethics Society, Black Students Union, Campus Activities Board, Campus Crusade for Christ, Charismatic Outreach Ministries, Chemistry Club, Criminal Justice Organization, E-Commerce Society, Economic Society, English Students, Finance Association, French Club, GameDay Live, The Gleaner (student newspaper), Honors Students Organization, Human Resource Students Organization, I.D.E.A.S. (Increasing Diversity and Educating America in Spanish), Latin American Students Organization, Living Branch Ministries, Management Association, Marketing Association, Meditation Group, Muslim Students Association, NJPIRG & Water Watch, Nursing Students Association, Philosophy Society, Political Science Society, Pre-Dental Society, Pre-Law Society, Psychology Club, Public Administration Students Association, Rotaract Club, Student Governing Association, Undergraduate Social Work Organization, Urban Studies Association, Veterans for Education, WCCR (radio station)

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Sports

16 NCAA Division III intercollegiate teams compete in the New Jersey Athletic Conference: crew, soccer (women’s and men’s), basketball (women’s and men’s), baseball, softball, golf, track and field, cross country, volleyball and lacrosse (women’s). Club sports include ice hockey, field hockey and karate.

Visitor Information

The Office of Undergraduate Admissions holds several regularly scheduled tours each week and hosts numerous special visitation programs. All prospective students and their families are encouraged to attend. To check times and availability for upcoming tours and to register online, click here.

Appointments are necessary for any of the tour programs, and sessions often fill up well in advance. For additional questions regarding visiting the Rutgers–Camden campus, call 856.225.6104 or email camden@ugadm.rutgers.edu.

Directions to Campus

Rutgers University–Camden
406 Penn Street
Camden, NJ, 08102
www.camden.rutgers.edu