One Community, Five Campuses, Six Centers
Rutgers–New Brunswick has six Student Centers – Busch Student Center, College Ave Student Center, Cook Student Center, Douglass Student Center, Livingston Student Center, and the Student Activities Center.
Just as each campus has its own identity, each Center also reflects the history and culture of each campus. From the Cook Student Center with its stunning natural setting among the woods, perfect for conferences and retreats, to the College Ave Student Center with its 60s minimalistic architecture in an urban setting, to the recently renovated Livingston Student Center with its contemporary and modern feel - there is one that will certainly become your favorite.
As different and eclectic as the Centers are, they have one thing in common: they are focused on providing friendly, welcoming, inclusive environments; helpful services and resources; and rich, diverse programs. The Centers are the places to attend programs, host meetings, meet friends, have a meal, watch TV, study, or relax.
For our students, the Centers are also a place to get involved in the campus community by joining student organizations or planning campus events. The Centers provide opportunities to learn and grow through leadership programs, community service, or part-time employment opportunities within the Centers.
The Centers also serve students’ everyday needs with quick access to campus information, Wi-Fi, ATMs, food, game rooms, and more.
Accessible Parking and Transportation
Accessible parking guidelines at Rutgers can be found on the Office of Disability Services’ website.