Just steps or minutes out our doors, the Rutgers campus pulses with energizing facilities, activities and experiences to explore.
Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers is a vibrant community of makers: dancers, filmmakers, musicians, theater artists, visual artists, and designers, unafraid to get their hands dirty as they collaborate with our renowned faculty of professional working artists. A variety of classroom, performance, and exhibition spaces across the Rutgers–New Brunswick campus provide plenty of opportunities for students to make and show their work to the community.
See Rutgers for Yourself! Student guides will talk about their experiences as you tour residence halls, classroom buildings, student centers, and more. Admissions counselors will discuss academics and the admissions process providing parents and students with a clear picture of Rutgers University.
The Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers University is one of the largest and most distinguished university-based museums in the country. It collects, preserves, researches, and exhibits world-class works of art to provide the university community and diverse regional, national, and international audiences with direct experience of the visual arts. Scholarly activities make art intellectually accessible through exhibitions, publications, and educational programs.
An extensive, searchable listing of activities of What's Happening at Rutgers. Discover activities for learning, participating and engaging with Rutgers University in online and on-site events.
The Division of Continuing Studies (DoCS) is the central continuing education unit at Rutgers University, coordinating hundreds of credit and non-credit programs and enrolling thousands of participants.
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Rutgers Dining Services creates happiness by providing nutritious, enjoyable quality products in warm and friendly environments for the diverse population of the Rutgers University community.
As part of the Rutgers University Inn and Conference Center, the Arbor Trail is a historic nature trail and tree collection built in 1911 to reflect the rolling meadows of England. The trail provides a peaceful diversion, and serves as an educational and passive recreational space for students, faculty, staff, and guests of Rutgers University.