Rutgers University–Camden is proud to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the American Association of State Colleges and Universities’ (AASCU) nonpartisan American Democracy Project by recommitting to the initiative's guiding principles of civic and democratic engagement.
Rutgers University–Camden celebrates Black History Month by honoring stories of the past that influence the success of the future. This year we invite our campus community and partners to join us in a series of events dedicated to educating, celebrating and building community. Learn of the unsung stories that led a generation of people and build that foundation of community resilience.
Rutgers University–Camden has earned the 2024 Richard Guarasci Award for Institutional Transformation from Campus Compact, the largest and oldest higher education association dedicated to community and civic engagement.
The CEO and Executive Director of “The Who We Are Project” joined the Rutgers–Camden community for a discussion on the annual National Day of Racial Healing.
Rutgers University in Camden is among 40 U.S. colleges and universities that have received the 2024 Carnegie Community Engagement Classification.