Campus Operating Status:

Rutgers is open and operating. The university has moved to remote instruction for the remainder of the spring semester. Some services and facilities may not be operating or are operating on limited schedules.

Latest COVID-19 Info

Responses to COVID-19 at Rutgers University–Camden

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Information
Rutgers is closely monitoring reports from state, regional, national, and international health agencies concerning the COVID-19 pandemic. Read the updates on Rutgers' responses to COVID-19.

Updated April 8, 2020, 10:05 a.m.

As our nation responds to limit the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, we remain committed to making certain that we support each other as members of the Rutgers University–Camden community.

Regardless of where you are learning, teaching, or working, please be certain to follow basic health precautions, including maintaining reasonable social distancing. All are urged to review the precautions posted on the Rutgers website. Members of the Rutgers University–Camden community are asked make certain that their emergency contact information is current in order to receive urgent communications from Rutgers.

Information about how Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, is operating will continue to be provided by the Emergency Operations Center and other university-wide offices. The Rutgers coronavirus website remains the definitive resource for official and up-to-date news about this situation as it relates to our university.

Rutgers will engage in remote learning through the end of the spring 2020 semester.

The following information reflects updated information specific to Rutgers University–Camden:

Campus Access

Commencement

Rutgers will not hold commencement ceremonies this May in order to protect our students and our loved ones from COVID-19. We recognize that this necessary decision is painful for the Class of 2020 and their families, as well as for our faculty and staff who have shared this journey to graduation with our students. We are working to find alternative ways to celebrate the achievements of students, and we will solicit your ideas as we move forward. This is an evolving process and we will continue to share information on our progress. Visit the commencement webpage for more details and for information about ordering or returning academic regalia.

Student Services

Rutgers remains open and operational. Many campus offices are functioning through remote operations. As a result, some services may be limited and email will be the best way to communicate with offices throughout Rutgers. Please visit departmental websites to secure email addresses. Utilize the Rutgers online search function to facilitate your efforts.

Registration for Fall 2020

  • Preregistration for undergraduate enrollment will start on Monday, April 20.
  • Undergraduate students may contact their academic advisors via RaptorConnect.
  • Students in graduate programs should contact their dean’s offices or program directors for additional information.

Dining

  • In the Campus Center:
    • The Market will be open for take-out only from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. weekdays
    • The Retail Food Court will be open for take-out only during 8:30 to 10 a.m. (breakfast), 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. (lunch), and 5 to 6 p.m. (dinner) weekdays; during weekends, the Retail Food Court will be during 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. (brunch) and 4 to 6:30 p.m. (dinner)
    • The All-You-Care-To-Eat dining hall and Starbucks are closed
  • The cafes located in the Law School Complex and in the Nursing and Science Building are closed.


In light of these and other unprecedented actions that we are taking in response to COVID-19, we will postpone the annual Chancellor’s Awards for Civic Engagement and the 10th anniversary civic engagement symposium, which were scheduled to be held on Thursday, April 23. Both events will be rescheduled to fall 2020.

Rutgers will continue to provide frequent and thorough updates about how our university is responding to COVID-19. We will do the same regarding news specific to Rutgers University–Camden. If you have questions, please do not hesitate to contact:

Faculty:
Office of the Provost, hart@camden.rutgers.edu
Students:
Dean of Students, deanofstudents@camden.rutgers.edu
Student Wellness Center:
(856) 225-6005
 
During a time of uncertainty, it can be difficult to maintain patience as we await answers to complex situations. Many questions abound and are being worked through. Rutgers is working on these and many other matters, and we will share answers as they are finalized.

Questions related to Rutgers University–Camden’s responses to COVID-19 that are not answered above may be directed to Mike Sepanic, associate chancellor for external relations.