The Office of Civic Engagement at Rutgers University–Camden strives to connect the resources of our campus with the needs and opportunities of communities here in our host city, throughout the state of New Jersey, and beyond.
Rutgers University–Camden is open and operating. The spring semester combines a majority of remotely delivered instruction with a limited number of face-to-face classes. In-person events are canceled until further notice. Use the My Campus Pass app before coming to campus and remember the three Ws: Watch Your Distance, Wash Your Hands, Wear Your Face Covering.
Building Partnerships to Advance the Community
Working with students, faculty, and staff across all of the schools on our campus, we build partnerships that achieve community goals while advancing the teaching and research mission of the university.
Our work supports community development in areas such as early childhood and K–12 education, health, nutrition, economic vitality, financial independence, and environmental improvement. We are committed to advancing community objectives while developing the next generation of engaged citizens and leaders.
This learning community of select students make a substantial impact to civic engagement while participating in special learning opportunities and hands-on educational experiences.
The Civic Scholars program has connected with the city and region to address community needs. See our list of partners.
Across a wide range of disciplines, our faculty advance student learning and community development through this teaching strategy that integrates civic engagement into the curriculum.
See our list of courses that have been taught across disciplines.
Faculty can receive preparation to design and implement high-quality Engaged Civic Learning courses through the Office of Civic Engagement.
Grants are available to support courses that integrate traditional academic work and community engagement.
Graduate students can connect with engaged faculty across disciplines to support engaged learning and civic development among undergraduates.