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New Brunswick

Rutgers-New Brunswick offers four unique campus communities with their own distinct character and appeal.  Undergraduate students may live on any campus regardless of academic program, and may change campuses from year to year.  On-campus housing is available in a wide variety of settings and room arrangements, from traditional style halls to suites and apartments.

Incoming graduate students live on the Cook/Douglass Campus or Busch Campus, which also is home to graduate family housing.

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Busch

Busch

Busch Campus offers special access to student life destinations and many special living options for undergraduate students in Honors, science and engineering disciplines, and with interest in engaging current events.

The campus has many amenities: the bustling student center and adjacent dining hall, a state-of-the-art recreational facility, intramural and sports club fields, and the Rutgers football stadium. The science and medical libraries, high-tech research labs, Schools of Engineering and Pharmacy, and the science and math departments are centered on Busch Campus.

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College Ave

College Ave

Located in the historic center of Rutgers, College Avenue Campus offers all the perks of urban living within a safe, academically-focused university community.

College Avenue is a vibrant campus adjacent to downtown New Brunswick with theaters and restaurants, student-friendly shopping and nightlife, and the NJ Transit train station for easy access to New York City and Philadelphia. The campus hosts traditional residence halls, some along the Raritan River, and two modern apartment buildings for upper class and transfer residents.

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Cook/Douglass

Cook/Douglass

A scenic, wooded campus bordering downtown New Brunswick, Cook/Douglass Campus offers a relaxing atmosphere and traditional college feel.

Cook/Douglass Campus provides its residents access to a mix of natural settings, high-tech research facilities, and the Rutgers fine and performing arts scene. The campus shares a single dining hall and recreational facility, but has two student centers for picking up coffee or snacks and meeting friends. Mabel Smith Douglass Library offers quiet places to study as well as a multimedia computer lab.

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Livingston

Livingston

Livingston Campus has been completely transformed by a multi-year development campaign beginning with the opening of the brand new student center and dining hall.

Livingston is a lively, active, suburban campus with a downtown feel. It has a large first year population in traditional residence halls as well as apartment style living for upper class students. Gathering places at Livingston have included the new student center, two coffeehouses in the halls, a residence hall media and gaming center, and a fountain area popular for outdoor activities in nice weather.

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