Rutgers is delivering opportunities and experiences that enrich more than 70,000 students. Through a wide range of degree programs taught by distinguished faculty who offer flexible and unique learning challenges, Rutgers is contributing to the success of our students in many ways.
Robert J. Cenker, a Rutgers–New Brunswick electrical engineering alumnus, has traveled more than 2.1 million miles in 96 Earth orbits and logged more than 146 hours in space.
Former Rutgers Assistance Grants get a boost with a new fundraising effort and a new name: Scarlet Promise Grants.
Diala Noofoory wanted to study neuroscience but faced roadblocks due to a lack of programs in her native Syria and cultural norms that stood in her way of going abroad. But seven years after fleeing the Syrian civil war, Noofoory graduated from Rutgers University–Newark.
Recent Rutgers University–Camden graduate Sarah Filippi-Field is pursuing a master’s degree in public policy while on a German Academic Exchange Service scholarship at the Willy Brandt School of Public Policy at the University of Erfurt—and she plans to use the experience to make a difference in South Jersey.
Whether tutoring women in prison or fighting for the rights of girls around the world, Rutgers student Aasha Shaik has earned the distinction of being one of 62 new Truman Scholars, an award that supports future leaders in public service.
Read about the anxious moment Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and New Jersey Medical School graduates learned where they will spend the next three to seven years training to become physicians on Match Day.
Cori Robinson, a Rutgers University–Camden senior graphic design major, was named one of Graphic Design USA’s Students to Watch in 2019, an honor given annually to students from America’s leading art and design schools who are tabbed to burst onto the graphic design scene.
Sridhar Sriram, one of 34 U.S. scholars chosen, wants to reduce bias in technology.
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation awarded Rutgers University–Newark $1.5 million to revolutionize humanities education.
The ROSES (Resilience, Opportunity, Safety, Education, Strength) initiative at Rutgers University–Camden is a community-based advocacy program focused on providing intervention for girls in juvenile detention, on probation, or deemed at-risk for justice system involvement.