College Scorecard of Rutgers University-Camden

NewsWorks featured the results of The College Scorecard for regional universities, including Rutgers University-Camden.  You can view the article here. The verdict? Rutgers University-Camden is the most affordable option for undergraduate students at an average of $9,588 per year, whereas universities such as Widener Unviersity, Philadelphia University, the University of Pennsylvania, and Drexel University all … Continue reading College Scorecard of Rutgers University-Camden

Support for Students Affected by Hurricane Sandy

We realize that some of our students have been negatively effected by the recent hurricane. We are here to help if you need help. For help with academic issues with your classes contact: Associate Dean Tyler Hoffmanthoffman@camden.rutgers.edu For help with housing or financial aid issues contact:  Tom DiValerio, Dean of Studentstdivaler@camden.rutgers.edu(856) 225-6050 or Irene Ulrich, … Continue reading Support for Students Affected by Hurricane Sandy

Rutgers Hurricane Sandy Relief Effort

As New Jersey continues to deal with the devastating effects of Hurricane Sandy, members of the Rutgers community are organizing and finding ways to help heal our great state and surrounding communities. Please click here to learn more

Spring 2013 Registration

Registration for Spring 2013 begins on Sunday, November 4, 2012.  Students, if you have not contacted your advisor, please do so ASAP to schedule an appointment to discuss your spring schedule. Registration dates are as follows: November 4, 2012, Sunday: Undergraduate Students with 90+ credits earned (seniors) & All Graduate Students, registration begins at 10:00 … Continue reading Spring 2013 Registration

Registration for Winterim 2013 is now open

The complete schedule of classes is available on either the Registrar schedule of classes at https://sis.rutgers.edu/soc/ or with full course descriptions on the Winterim website at https://winterim.camden.rutgers.edu.

Getting Ready for the Spring Semester

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).