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ATHLETICS • Big Ten Conference • 24 NCAA Division I sports - Men’s sports: Baseball, basketball, cross-country, football, golf, lacrosse, soccer, track & field (indoor and outdoor), wrestling


- Women’s sports: Basketball, cross- country, field hockey, golf, gymnastics, lacrosse, rowing, soccer, softball, swimming & diving, tennis, track & field (indoor and outdoor), volleyball


• More than 100 club sports and intramural teams


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quartets, live jazz, dance performances, art installations, “basement music,” comedy club, and film festivals. Rutgers University–New Brunswick’s prime location between New York City and Philadelphia provides you with access to thousands of employers and in- ternships and the world’s best art and entertainment. In an hour or less by train or car, you can find yourself ap- plauding a Broadway performance, exploring the Museum Mile, viewing the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia, hik- ing or skiing mountain trails, or soak- ing up the sun at the famous Jersey Shore. And if you’re looking for career opportunities, you’ve come to the right place—21 of the world’s Fortune 500 companies have their headquar- ters in New Jersey.


LOCATION • 45 minutes from New York City • 1.25 hours from Philadelphia • 3 hours from Baltimore • 4 hours from Washington, DC • 5 hours from Boston


Tools for success


Career counseling, learning resource centers, health services, academic ad- vising, undergraduate research, and leadership training are just a small sampling of services available to stu- dents. In fact, Rutgers hosts dozens of job and internship fairs and is a pre- ferred recruitment site for more than 650 corporate, nonprofit, and gov- ernment employers who visit Rutgers each year. Rutgers’s Career Services, one of the largest and most compre- hensive in the United States, sponsors


internship fairs every year to enable Rutgers sophomores and juniors to begin honing a competitive edge in the global marketplace.


Join in! With more than 750 student groups to choose from—including Rutgers Formula Racing, a seeing-eye-puppy- raising club, many honor societies, and more than 85 fraternities and sororities—Rutgers students can get involved in activities that range from community service to almost every variety of social, cultural, and ath- letic club. Rutgers students also do- nate thousands of hours each year to service projects such as Dance Mar- athon, Recyclemania, and Scarlet Day of Service.


Athletics and recreation As a member of the NCAA Division I Big Ten Conference with 24 competi- tive men’s and women’s sports teams, the Scarlet Knights provide thrills and excitement, drawing crowds from the Rutgers University–New Brunswick community and the greater New Jer- sey/New York/Philadelphia region. Students who wish to prioritize their academics and still compete in inter- collegiate athletics can choose from more than 50 student-run sport clubs, including a nationally ranked crick- et club and a highly competitive ice hockey team. Extensive recreational facilities on all residential campuses make it easy for students to stay fit and have fun.


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• Audition-based cheerleading and dance team clubs


• Students with high school marching band experience may sign up for the Marching Scarlet Knights.


Residence Life serves the largest on- campus student population in the country: currently more than 16,000 residents. Housing options include small houses, apartments, suites, and large residence halls in a variety of settings, including a plaza with a first- run movie theater and a classic New Jersey diner! Students can even choose special interest living-learning com- munities such as Honors, Engineering, Business, Health and Medicine, Cre- ative Writing, Language Houses, and a women-centered community fo- cused on global leadership. n


STUDENT LIFE • 36,000+ undergraduate students • Students from all 50 states and more than 110 countries


• 750+ student organizations • 180+ study abroad programs in 50+ countries


• 85+ fraternities and sororities • Air Force, Army, and Navy ROTC • 30+ learning communities and special interest housing options


Rutgers University—New Brunswick Piscataway, NJ admissions.newbrunswick.rutgers.edu questions@admissions.rutgers.edu @RutgersAdmissions @Apply2Rutgers @rutgersadmissions


LEARN MORE Visit our campus: admissions.rutgers.edu/nbtours Take a virtual tour: explorerutgers.com


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