“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.
“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 felt an immediate connection to Rutgers–Camden and the International Public Service and Development program,” says student Brittney Franks.
“Rutgers–Camden has helped [me] by preparing me professionally for what to expect in the workforce,” says MPA student Sean Di Giulio.
“Rutgers is very supportive of [its] students,” Prentiss Dantzler says, mentioning that Rutgers faculty members have pushed him to publish his research, to teach, and to develop professionally.
“It’s a mission of mine to make sure civic engagement becomes part of the culture here. I want to be part of the change.”
“I’ll always be grateful for the years I spent at Rutgers University–Camden.”
He feels grateful that the university has given him an opportunity to gain knowledge in his field of interest.
Alumnus Brahmaji Mutthoju calls his time at Rutgers-Camden “the opportunity of a lifetime.”
“Rutgers-Camden is best described as ‘small but mighty’.”