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A big-university education in a supportive setting: that’s Rutgers University–Camden. Here you’ll explore the superior academics of Rutgers, one of the nation’s finest public research universities. And you’ll enjoy the advantages of the Rutgers–Camden experience. Individual attention in a close-knit community. Experience-based learning through research, internships, and civic engagement. A vibrant campus that’s comfortable and convenient. We deliver the wide opportunities that are only available in a major metro area like Philadelphia but within a friendly environment. 

You’ll get a high-demand degree at a great value at Rutgers–Camden. We’re listed as one of the Best Colleges among Regional Universities-North by U.S. News & World Report, and as a top-tier “Best Bang for the Buck” university by Washington Monthly magazine in 2015. Rutgers has been named a top 10 “Best for Vets” college by Military Times magazine in 2015.

There’s a place for you at Rutgers–Camden, whether you’re an undergraduate building a solid foundation, a graduate student breaking new ground, or an adult learner pursuing better opportunities in work and in life. The hallmarks of a Rutgers–Camden education—close faculty mentorship and an emphasis on meaningful, career-savvy learning experiences—are here for all.

Ready to apply to Rutgers–Camden? You’re making a great choice. Here you’ll find:
  • applications for undergraduate and graduate admissions
  • application deadlines for fall and spring
  • information for visiting students and current students
Our one-stop shop has the information you need about applying to Rutgers–Camden for undergraduate admissions. You can:
  • find admissions requirements for first-year and transfer applicants
  • learn about the application process for first-year and transfer students
  • accept your admission if you have received an offer letter
  • read important information for veterans, parents, and counselors
Taking your education—or your career—to a higher level? You'd be wise to consider a graduate or professional degree from Rutgers–Camden. Find out about:
  • admissions requirements and application procedures for graduate study
  • graduate programs in the arts and sciences, law, business, nursing, and health professions
No matter where you call home around the world, Rutgers University–Camden is committed to providing you with the best possible educational experience. International applicants can learn about:
  • the application process for undergraduate and graduate admissions
  • English proficiency requirements
  • Visa information
You know that Rutgers–Camden has world-class academics with an emphasis on personal attention. But now it’s time to get to know us better, and the best way to do that is by visiting us. You can:
  • sign up for a campus tour
  • register for an open house event
  • see all visit opportunities
Looking for return on investment? Look no further. Rutgers University–Camden recently was named a best “Bang for Your Buck” university. Reasonable costs, top-notch academics, and successful graduates add up to a smart value. Learn about:
  • tuition and fees for undergraduate and graduate study
  • Bridging the Gap program
  • need- and merit-based scholarships
  • financial aid information
Need more information about Rutgers University–Camden and our academic programs? Check out our brochures, all in PDF format.

Admissions questions? Check out the FAQ section, or contact the Admissions Office directly. We’re here to answer questions 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Friday. Contact us at 856-225-6104 or

Office of Graduate and Undergraduate Admissions
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
406 Penn Street
Camden, NJ 08102-1400

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Virtual Tour

Want to learn more about Rutgers-Camden? Check out our virtual tour.

Admissions Office Location

Visit us at 406 Penn Street, in the center of campus between Fourth and Fifth Streets.