From traditional liberal arts to professional programs, we offer a variety of undergraduate majors, minors and specializations that match your interests and ambitions.
Gain the real-world skills needed to advance your career with an undergraduate degree from Rutgers–Camden. An incredible 96 percent of our graduates are either employed or in graduate school within six months of earning their degree.
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One of the finest opportunities for experiential learning and self-discovery exists for high-achieving students who become a member of the Honors College. Admission is by invitation for first-year and transfer students, but rising sophomores may apply.
We aim to provide you with every opportunity to achieve your fullest potential and your individual goals. Whether you need help with one of your classes, a bit of academic advice, or an opportunity to get you excited about your future, our team members are here to help make it happen.
Nyeema Watson, the vice chancellor for diversity, inclusion, and civic engagement, is at the helm of Rutgers–Camden’s efforts to expand excellence in equity and education.
Cyril Reade, Ph.D., director of the Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts (RCCA), has unveiled the work of six artists with deep personal and professional ties to the city of Camden in the exhibition “Portraits of Camden.” The art display runs until Dec. 10 in the Stedman Gallery on the Rutgers University–Camden campus.
When it comes to the pandemic’s impact on academic achievement, no children are immune. But just as COVID-19 itself has hit underserved demographics the hardest, minority students in poorly equipped schools experienced the steepest slides in the national test-score decline.