Campus Life

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No matter what you’re passionate about, you’ll find like-minded people at Rutgers–Camden. With over 100 clubs and organizations, 19 Division III sports teams, and the combined cultural powerhouses of both Camden and Philadelphia at your fingertips, you’ll make memories and friends that will last a lifetime.

Check out our options for living, eating, and lounging. From campus hotspots to nearby neighborhoods, let us show you around.

Our team of health care professionals are committed to the physical and emotional strength of our students. 

Make friends while making a difference on and off campus. We offer more than 60 groups, including professional clubs, honor societies, and cultural organizations.

Participate in academic, social, philanthropic, cultural, and leadership activities as a member of a fraternity or sorority.

Get in the game—on the field, at the gym, or in the stands. There’s a lot to cheer about at Rutgers–Camden, from Scarlet Raptor sports to top-of-the-line recreational facilities and programs. 

Rutgers–Camden hosts author readings, art exhibitions, musical concerts, film screenings, special conferences and theater performances.

This year-round, multivenue arts institution presents programs in the visual arts, performing arts, arts education, and community projects for Pre K–12 through adults.

The IMPACT Booth is the one-stop location for tickets to events in Camden and throughout the Philadelphia metro area. From BB&T Pavillion concerts, to local sporting events, and even special trips to throughout the North East.

Advantages of City Life

Our South Jersey location gives you easy access to everything: three major cities, thriving suburbs, and even rural and waterfront opportunities. While at Rutgers–Camden, you’ll have access to the best career and internship opportunities that the Delaware Valley has to offer. From Fortune 500 companies to emerging startups, leading research hospitals to prestigious cultural centers. You’ll also be just minutes from the vibrancy of Philadelphia, which offers some of the best arts, culture, history, sports, and food on the East Coast.