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Undergraduate Programs


Our community welcomes you You’ll feel right at home on our di- verse and welcoming campus. Wheth- er you live on campus or commute here, there are plenty of ways to get involved and have fun as a student at RU-N. Plus, New York City is just a 20-minute train ride away. As a RU-N student, you’re not only part of an active student community but part of one of America’s largest urban college towns.


Rutgers University–Newark chan- nels the global citizen in you to learn and make a difference through cul- tural exploration. RU-N’s commitment to academic excellence allows students to benefit from study abroad programs that support a variety of interests and provide key experiential and service learning opportunities. We under- stand students are active members of the global community and seek out ways to explore the world, make lasting memories, try new things, and have fun. Our RU-N faculty de- sign an educational adventure that our students remember for the rest of their lives. We encourage aspiring CEOs, doctors, lawyers, artists, ac- tivists, scientists, educators, and all students to maximize their under- graduate experience and take us up on this once-in-a-lifetime educa- tional journey. n


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• Accounting • African American and African Studies • Anthropology • Applied Ethics • Biology • Biology: Cell and Molecular • Biology: Ecology and Evolution • Biology: Neurobiology • Biology: Plant Science • Chemistry • Computer Science • Criminal Justice • Environmental Science • Economics • English • Finance: Financial Management • Finance: Financial Planning Management • Geoscience (Geology) • Geoscience Engineering • History • Journalism and Media Studies • Management • Management Information Systems • Marketing • Mathematics • Mathematics, Applied • Music • Neuroscience and Behavior • Philosophy • Physics • Physics, Applied • Political Science • Portuguese and Lusophone World Studies • Psychology • Public and Nonprofit Administration • Social Work • Sociology • Spanish • Supply Chain Management • Theater: Performance • Theater: Technical • Urban Teacher Education Program • Video Production • Visual Arts: Fine Arts • Visual Arts: Graphic Design • Women and Gender Studies


Health Professions • Clinical Laboratory Sciences - Medical Lab Science


• Health Information Management • Health Sciences - Aging - Health Advocacy


• Medical Imaging Sciences - Cardiac Sonography - Diagnostic Medical Sonography - Vascular Sonography


• Psychiatric Rehabilitation and Psychology


Pre-professional Programs • Post-baccalaureate: Pre-health • Pre-dentistry • Pre-engineering • Pre-law • Pre-medicine • Pre-pharmacy


TRADITION • Rutgers University–Newark founded in 1908


• Among America’s most diverse universities for the past 20 years • 100,000+ RU-N alumni network


UNDERGRADUATE COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS • Rutgers Business School–Newark • School of Arts & Sciences–Newark • School of Criminal Justice • School of Public Affairs and Administration


• University College–Newark


ACADEMICS • Leadership: Chancellor Nancy Cantor • Carnegie Classification: Research Universities


• Offers the Honors Living-Learning Community


• Offers the Honors College • 13:1 student-faculty ratio • 585+ faculty holding a PhD • 65+ undergraduate majors • 50+ graduate programs (JD, MA, MBA, MFA, MPA, MS, PhD)


• 44+ research centers and institutes • 160+ study abroad programs • Recognized among colleges with best return on investment


• Over 78% of RU-N students receiving financial aid between 2017–2019 • 32% first in family to attend college


STUDENT LIFE • 100+ student clubs and organizations • 16 NCAA Division III sports • #2 “Best for Vets” in the US • 12+ learning communities and special- interest housing options


TRANSFER STUDENT SCHOLARSHIPS The Honors Living-Learning Community (HLLC) is a transformative college access and success program that fosters the academic, social, and personal development of talented first-year and transfer students with a desire to make a difference in their communities and beyond. HLLC offers a “last dollar” residential scholarship that covers room and board. Visit hllc.newark.rutgers.edu.


The Rutgers University–Newark Talent and Opportunity Pathways program (RU-N to the TOP) is a financial aid program that provides a “last dollar” scholarship covering the cost of in-state tuition and mandatory school fees after all federal, state, and internal/external scholarships and grants have been applied. For more details and eligibility requirements, visit admissions.newark. rutgers.edu/paying-for-college/ru-n-top.


The Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship was created for students who are attending a New Jersey community college and are members of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. Visit ptk.org.


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