Graduating from Rutgers means just the beginning of your lifelong connection to a university dedicated to preserving its enduring legacy: YOU! More than 44,000 Rutgers–Camden alumni are part of a global network of Rutgers graduates that numbers more than 460,000 strong. We work tirelessly to offer you and other alumni countless opportunities to celebrate your Scarlet Pride and cultivate your connection to everything Rutgers!

Rutgers University Alumni Association

The Rutgers University Alumni Association serves all alumni of Rutgers – no forms and no dues are needed for your membership into a vast network of Rutgers alums and benefits. Read more ›
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Rutgers–Camden Alumni Relations

Contact the staff of the RUAA (through the Office of Alumni Relations on the Camden Campus) for information on events, programs, and activities for all of our graduates! We are proud to serve the graduates of the College of Arts and Sciences, University College, School of Business, School of Nursing, and School of Law at Rutgers-Camden, as well as all Rutgers alums living and working in southern New Jersey.  Visit here for information about the Rutgers alumni charter groups serving our graduates. Read more ›

Scott Owens
Director of Alumni Relations

Carla Davenport
Assistant Director

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Administrative Assistant

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News About Rutgers–Camden Alumni

Gene Muller CCAS '77 talks about recipe for brewing success

Mark Poulton CCAS '95 achieves goal of creating graphic novels

Scott Thomson CCAS '94 working to make Camden's streets safer

Jessica (Ferrese) Newkirk UCC '02 named Teacher of the Year at Hamilton Township School District

John Norcross CCAS '80 discusses his research into "Changeology"

Walt MacDonald CCAS '74 named president of Educational Testing Service

Edward Gramigna CLAW '88 named to board of Peapack-Gladstone Financial

The Hon. Ariel Rodriguez CLAW '73 named to New Jersey Supreme Court

The Best of Both Worlds:  Rachana Gandhi SBC '07 balances financial analysis and traditional Indian dance

Very Vérité:  Robert Pulcini CCAS ’89 discusses his Hollywood career

Lost in the Woods:  David Ramsay CCAS ’79 crafts wooden works of art


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