Know where to go and who to ask for help with this quick listing of campus offerings.

Athletic and Fitness Center
Our state-of-the-art facility offers many opportunities to play, get fit, socialize, compete, or just have fun! Take advantage of the many benefits available to you through our campus recreation program.

Athletic and Fitness Center

The place to go to buy and sell your text books, reserve your regalia, and pick up some Scarlet pride! Check their website for current hours.

601 Cooper Street

Campus Involvement (OCI)
From planning the fun and engaging events on campus each semester to overseeing multiple student clubs and organizations, the Office of Campus Involvement (OCI) works to make students feel connected with campus, Camden, and each other!

Campus Center, third floor

Campus Center
Everything happens here – from launching your career to meeting with friends, from catching a live performance to grabbing a latte, and so much more.  The Campus Center houses dining, student health, campus involvement, and many other important services. Simply put, it’s the place to be.

Campus Center
326 Penn Street,

Career Center
Employers connect with students and alumni through the Career Center, which works to build careers and provide New Jersey with highly skilled workers for the knowledge economy.

Campus Center, lower level

Computing Services
Rutgers–Camden is committed to keeping you as wired as you want to be. A newly renovated computer lab space is now available to you, with help desk personnel on staff and on premises.

Robeson Library, first floor
Help Desk: 856-225-6274;

  • Rutgers Web Mail: Information about configuring your Rutgers email account.
  • Sorftware Portal Learn about free, site-licensed, and individually licensed software available to Rutgers students for download and purchase
  • Wireless Access Find out where on campus there’s wireless access and how to configure your laptop for the Rutgers network.

Dean of Students
When you are unsure of where to go or have a problem you can’t resolve on your own, the dean of students is there to help. Tom DiValerio, the dean of students, and his team will do their best to listen to your concerns, offer guidance, and find resources for moving forward.

Campus Center (326 Penn Street)

Come for the Raptor chili, stay for the camaraderie. A changing menu for a range of palates (with a steady source of comfort foods, too), campus dining provides satisfying meals to a hungry and busy student body. And don’t forget to stop by Starbucks, also in the Campus Center.

Main Dining Room
Campus Center, first floor

Disabled Student Resources
Confidential advising is available to assist and provide services for students with physical, mental, and learning disabilities.

  • Arts and Sciences, Business, and Nursing Students
    Tim Pure, Disability Services Coordinator
    Armitage Hall, EOF Suite, third floor (elevator accessible)
  • Law Students
    Angela Baker, Associate Dean
    Law School East, third floor

Emergency Contact Information and Notification
All students are required to provide emergency contact information. If you register your cell phone number, you will receive emergency alerts from the Camden campus.

Call or visit the Rutgers University Police Department, and a member of the RUPD will walk students to their cars; campus housing; PATCO; and the Walter Rand Transportation Center.

409 North Fourth Street (between Fourth and Linden Streets)
856-225-6009 or use a campus emergency phone

Financial Services
Plans, develops, implements, monitors, and reports the results of a comprehensive budget management and business operations program for the campus. This office is responsible for general accounting, grants accounting, and budget management and reporting.

Armitage Hall, third floor

Graduate School Student Handbook
Download this handy guide to life as a graduate student at Rutgers–Camden.

Health Services
Confidential services, including general primary care, women’s health, mental health, and counseling, are provided by licensed, certified, and credentialed health professionals. Students with the “Health Services Plus Plan” can schedule appointments or visit the office for urgent care.

Campus Center, second floor
1-800-424-5090 (hotline for insured students when office is closed)
Hours: Monday-Thursday 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.;
Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

ID Cards
Never visit campus without it. You’ll need this to access the library, computer lab, gym, and other campus facilities as well as to utilize your meal plan, RU Express account, and student discounts.

Impact Booth, Campus Center, first floor

Where you go to buy tickets for sporting events, concerts, and Broadway shows and to smile for your student ID picture! Remember this phone number, too; they can connect you with all offices on campus.

Campus Center, first floor

International Students
The Office of International Students assists foreign-born students in their transition to campus and their maintenance of Visa status throughout their academic experience.

Campus Center, room 324

Oh, the books you will read! Rutgers–Camden can connect you with all things literary the world over. From on-campus access to university-wide offerings to any university in the region, being a Scarlet Raptor means opening many doors to lots of libraries!

Parking in secure campus lots, with shuttle access, is for residents and commuters by permit only. Order yours online or in person at:

Parking and Transportation Services
409 North Fourth Street
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.; 1:30 to 4 p.m.

A team of commissioned police officers and security guards patrol our campus of 1.5 square miles on foot, on bicycle, and in cars, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

409 North Fourth Street
EMERGENCY: Dial 9-1-1 or 856-225-6111

Policy and Compliance
Information and resources to address your questions and concerns regarding FERPA, anti-bullying, discrimination and harassment, students with disabilities, HIPAA laws and regulations.

Register for classes, declare your major, and obtain your transcript at the Registrar’s Office.

Armitage Hall (311 North Fifth Street)
Hours: Monday-Thursday, 8:30 a.m to 5 p.m.;
Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m

Residence Life
Living on campus comes with some major perks, like enjoying more shut-eye, making some lifelong friends, and taking advantage of specially-planned outing and events for residents only.

Housing Complex
215 North Third Street

RU Express
A cash-free alternative that works like a debit card, RU Express is offered at various on and off campus locations, from Starbucks to Financial Services to Residence Hall Laundry, and can be replenished throughout the semester.

To create a new account or to add funds to an existing account, contact Financial Services (Bursar’s Office) at 856-225-6021 or manage your account online.

An online learning management system, research collaboration system and ePortfolio solution, Sakai is utilized throughout the university to enhance learning in courses, departments, programs, and organizations.

Student Accounting
Formerly known as the bursar’s office, Student Accounting is where you can pay your term bill, pick up your refund check, and add money to your RU Express plan or meal plan.

Armitage Hall, main level (311 North Fifth Street)
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. (cashier); 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (student accounts receivable)

Veteran Students
Veterans Services works with members of the U.S. military as they navigate college life by providing resources and support to excel at Rutgers–Camden.Registrar’s Office

Armitage Hall, room 146 (311 North Fifth Street)


Campus Overview


  • Founded 1926 (as the South Jersey Law School)
  • Joined Rutgers: 1950
  • Campus size: 40 acres
  • Undergraduate majors: 36
  • Graduate programs: 29 (DPT, JD, MA, MBA, MBS, MFA, MPA, MPH, MS, MSW, PMAc, PMBA, PhD)
  • Athletics: 18 NCAA Division III women's and men's teams


  • Full-time faculty: 288
  • Faculty with terminal degrees: 98%
  • Total employees: 1,309


  • Average class size: 26
  • States represented among students: 29
  • Nations represented among students: 33
  • Residential students: 569
  • Graduates: 43,000