The Office of Civic Engagement connects Rutgers University–Camden to communities beyond the campus. Working with community partners, we support various efforts to meet the challenges facing our host city, county, and region through engaged civic learning, volunteerism and service, community-based research, and integrated efforts and partnerships.
We are the starting point for Rutgers–Camden students, faculty, and staff who want to connect with our community partners and help to meet their needs. We are also the first point of contact for organizations, government agencies, schools, and others who believe working in partnership with Rutgers–Camden would help them reach their goals.
We strive to connect the resources of our campus with the needs and opportunities of communities by working with students, faculty, and staff to build partnerships that achieve common goals.
- Read more about Civic Learning initiatives, including our Civic Scholars program, Engaged Civic Learning, Faculty Fellows program, and the Graduate Fellows program.
K–12 EDUCATION OUTREACH
Through our education outreach initiatives, we develop partnerships in Camden and the region that increase the academic achievement of students and provide a pathway to higher education.
- Learn about our K–12 education outreach, such as Camden Ignite, the Hill Family Center for College Access, North Camden Schools Partnership, and Rutgers Future Scholars.
Civic engagement news
chancellor’s awards for Civic engagement
- The Chancellor’s Awards for Civic Engagement honor students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community partners who have achieved special distinction.
Awards and Recognition
- Learn about the recognition Rutgers–Camden has received for civic engagement, including our Carnegie Community Engagement classification.
We want to partner with you. Find a full listing of staff for all of Rutgers–Camden’s civic engagement programs and opportunities.