All participants reside on campus in Rutgers University housing during the three-week program. The “living and learning” environment will allow students to study and live together, which will provide them with important life skills such as compatibility, tolerance of differences, self-discipline, and responsibility.
Students will live in the Rutgers–Camden residential dorms under the supervision of qualified Resident Advisors (RAs). All meals during the three-week program are provided at no cost to students.
Living on campus will not only teach students about available resources provided by colleges but will help motivate them to attend college and take advantage of all of the academic and social experiences a college career can offer.
Matthew McCaffrey, AIM High Program Coordinator
direct: 856.225.2922 main: 856.225.6348 fax: 856.225.6500
*The contents of this website were developed under the College Access Challenge Grant from the United States Department of Education (USDOE). However, those contents do not necessarily represent the policy of the USDOE, and you should not assume endorsement by the Federal Government.