“Rutgers-Camden was indeed very vital to my development into the writer that I am today.”
“This campus is the uniquely perfect combination of prestige, flexibility, and convenience.”
“Rutgers-Camden is an asset that has driven change in the surrounding community.”
As a member of the inaugural class of Rutgers-Camden Civic Scholars, Angelica Shaw’s experience here has changed her for the better.
“I am becoming someone who likewise engages meaningfully with the world. Thank you, Rutgers-Camden.”
The History Department welcomed Brian Haughwout in to Rutgers-Camden and helped him succeed when he thought it wasn’t possible.
With a family full of Rutgers-Camden alumni, Jennie Owens proudly continued the tradition and graduated with a word-class education.
Coming to Rutgers-Camden brought the world a whole lot closer to Melissa McHugh.
A wide array of Arts and Sciences courses awaits students for the spring semester. A sample of classes offered includes: Food and Culture (Anthropology); New Media Art (Fine Arts); Applied Game Theory (Economics); Philosophy of Science (Philosophy); American Presidency (Political Science); Spanish for the Health Professions (Foreign Languages); and Humor Writing (English).
Arielle L’Esperance graduated in 2011 with a major in History and minors in Spanish and European Studies. She is now enrolled in the MA program in history at the University of Delaware and serves as a teaching assistant for the introductory course in western civilization. She hopes to continue her studies to earn a Ph.D. … Read more Learn About this Year’s International Studies Trips…