You’re looking for a world-class university with a proven record of success for your child, and Rutgers–Camden is one of the top schools in the region. We understand that the college search process is both exciting and overwhelming, so we encourage you and your family to visit Rutgers–Camden to learn more about how we deliver the comprehensive Rutgers experience in a personalized manner. Feel free to call the admissions office at (856) 225-6104 if you have any questions along the way.
You can find consumer information about Rutgers here. The New Jersey College Student and Parent Consumer Information Act requires each four-year public college and university to display on its website comprehensive information on the cost of attendance, the graduation rates of admitted students, and the faculty of the institution. Rutgers–Camden is very competitive in these areas.
Congratulations on your child’s admissions to Rutgers–Camden! By attending Rutgers, your child will have the opportunity to study at a major international research university, within a liberal arts college atmosphere where personal attention is a key part of the educational experience. But first things first: the next step for your admitted student is to reserve a spot at Rutgers. Your child can do so at the Your Rutgers Status site. If you have not had the opportunity to visit with us yet we encourage you to take a campus tour or attend Admitted Students Day.
Now that you have a Rutgers student in the family, it’s time to take the last few steps. Rutgers makes it easy with the Enrollment Pathway. This online resource provides information about student life, immunizations, and other topics. It’s also a great tool for managing housing and dining, financial aid, billing, final transcripts, and so much more.
At Rutgers–Camden, we take extra care to help your student enjoy a smooth transition to college life. The Office of New Student Programs is designed to assist incoming students through their next steps including placement testing, advising and course registration, and orientation.