Office of the Chancellor
The chancellor serves as the chief academic and administrative officer at Rutgers–Camden, where 6,500 students are enrolled and 1,200 employees work, and is a leader in the surrounding community and region.
The Office of Undergraduate and Graduate Admissions can answer all of your questions regarding the application process at Rutgers and give you in-depth information about our campus and academic programs.
Scarlet Raptors around the world remain active with Rutgers–Camden through programs and events offered by the Office of Alumni Relations.
The hub of campus life, this facility includes dining, the Career Center, campus involvement, offices for student activities, Student Health Services, the IMPACT Booth, and much, much more.
Employers connect with Rutgers–Camden students and alumni through this office. Career development services help to identify career paths; promote employment and internship opportunities; and advance the pursuit of graduate and professional programs.
Rutgers–Camden works closely with campus community members to put the vast resources of Rutgers to work on behalf of the region. The Office of Civic Engagement is the first point of contact for anyone interested in seeking information about service opportunities or working in partnership with us.
The Communications Office at Rutgers–Camden supports and promotes the university through a variety of services, and is the primary source of external communications on campus.
The Office of Economic Development seeks to develop opportunities to engage new audiences in the growth of our host city, and to increase Rutgers–Camden’s services to the State of New Jersey and the City of Camden, by building relationships with businesses and organizations in the region.
The Office of Financial Aid works to identify and develop the opportunities that help students and their families achieve their goal of earning a Rutgers degree.
The Financial Services Offices helps students with their accounts, provides accounting and business support to administrative units, and manages the post-award function for faculty researchers.
Rutgers–Camden Human Resources supports the university’s mission to recruit, and retain quality faculty and staff, who successfully strengthen the teaching, research, and administrative functions of Rutgers.
Institutional Equity and Diversity
The Committee on Institutional Equity and Diversity supports Rutgers–Camden’s commitment to achieving and advancing the principles of diversity and equity across campus.
Purchasing and Procurement
Internal customers and suppliers should contact the university’s Purchasing Department regarding the purchase, rental, or lease of goods on or for the Camden campus.
The Office of the Registrar serves as the custodian of student records, academic transcripts, and course selections.
Rutgers University Police Department
The Rutgers University Police Department patrols the campus and its neighborhood on foot, on bicycle, and in patrol cars 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Consisting of full-time commissioned police officers, security guards, and dispatchers, the RUPD is one of a half-dozen colleges and universities in New Jersey that have their own commissioned police forces.
The Division of Student Affairs works to improve the quality of student life for all undergraduate and graduate students across campus through programs, activities, services, and opportunities. As the student advocate, the Associate Chancellor for Student Affairs works with students who have concerns or suggestions and ensures that student voices are represented on campus.
A-Z Listing of Offices
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