“I love school, especially when I can study something I’m interested in,” senior art history and history major Diana Maddison says.
“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.”
Starting this fall, undergraduate men at Rutgers University–Camden will have yet another organization in which they can become involved. Due to the leadership of seven Rutgers University–Camden students, the fraternity Phi Mu Delta has a new chapter on our campus, joining the four other fraternities that have a presence at Rutgers-Camden. Mason Hopkins (CCAS ’17), … Continue reading Rutgers University–Camden Students Establish a New Fraternity Chapter on Campus…
Dr. Michael Edmondson will present “Surfing the Chaotic Ocean: How to Succeed with your Liberal Arts Degree,” a conversation about careers for liberal arts majors, on Wednesday, November 20th, during the free period, in Armitage 121. This event is sponsored by the Department of English.
“Being part of the Honors College has been my favorite part of Rutgers!”
“The longer I’m here the more in love with Rutgers I fall.”
“Rutgers-Camden offered us the most opportunity for the best price around.”
“Rutgers-Camden has given me numerous opportunities to grow into a stronger, more knowledgeable student leader.”
Becoming one of the few graduate teaching fellows at Columbia wouldn’t have been possible without the support from Rutgers-Camden for Carmen Adamucci.
“The English department continues to impress and inspire me, and I have finally found a home in an academic setting.”