“I chose Rutgers–Camden because of “the location, the diversity of the student population, and the wonderful small campus atmosphere,” says alumna Michelle Spotts.
As the story goes, all over the world, Santa Claus goes down chimneys to deliver toys to good little girls and boys. Which, of course, begs the question – what happens if you don’t have a chimney? Camden College of Arts and Sciences art major Breanna Sipple helps answer that question with the new children’s … Continue reading We R Arts and Sciences: Breanna Sipple…
“My experience as a student and a Teaching Assistant [at Rutgers-Camden] was really awesome, and one of the best times of my life,” says scientific computing graduate student Abhishek Garg.
“Rutgers–Camden has a very special place in my heart,” says Honors College student Azka Ahmed.
“I felt so excited that my passion for science, my curiosity for the unknown, was supported by a real scientist,” says Junhao Dong.
“I love Rutgers–Camden. I love every minute of it,” says Howard Robertson IV.
In 2007, Paul Moré, Jr. established the Moré Family Scholarship. “It is my way of continuing to honor my parents,” he says.
“I was initially drawn to the prestigious name of Rutgers, and ended up falling in love with the small, intimate Camden campus and the collaborative style of the international public service and development program,” Says Asiha Grigsby, a recent graduate of the MPA program.
“I love school, especially when I can study something I’m interested in,” senior art history and history major Diana Maddison says.
“Rutgers–Camden is truly invested in the community of Camden,” says Spanish lecturer Dana Pilla.