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Rutgers University

- United States

Overview

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, is a leading national research university and the state’s preeminent, comprehensive public institution of higher education.

Rutgers is dedicated to teaching that meets the highest standards of excellence; to conducting research that breaks new ground; and to providing services, solutions, and clinical care that help individuals and the local, national, and global communities where they live.

Founded in 1766, Rutgers teaches across the full educational spectrum: preschool to precollege; undergraduate to graduate; postdoctoral fellowships to residencies; and continuing education for professional and personal advancement.

We Are Students More than 65,000 students from all 50 states and more than 115 countries—including 45,059 undergraduates and 20,267 graduate students—choose Rutgers for their education.

We Are Faculty and Staff Our more than 24,400 faculty and staff are at the heart of everything we do. Meet some of our outstanding faculty members and learn about their important work.

We Are Alumni Nearly 450,000 alumni—with about two-thirds in New Jersey—live and work in all 50 states and on six continents. The Rutgers University Alumni Association oversees all things alumni, including the Rutgers Hall of Distinguished Alumni.

We Are Academics Our 33 schools and colleges bring rigor and creativity to academic study, with the arts and sciences at the core of our academic excellence.

We Are Research Rutgers is one of the nation’s leading comprehensive public research universities, with groundbreaking projects in areas as diverse as autism and oceanography. Rutgers researchers work on every continent, including Antarctica.

We Are Health Care With clinical trials, health sciences research, university-based patient care, and two medical schools and a dental school, Rutgers is dedicated to education and innovations in health care.

We Are Service With impact around the corner and around the globe, Rutgers’ service mission reaches throughout New Jersey and beyond, as exemplified by the activities of our New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station.


Faculties

Rutgers University –New Brunswick
-          Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy
-          Mason Gross School of the Arts
-          Rutgers Business School–Newark and New Brunswick
-          School of Arts and Sciences
-          School of Communication and Information
-          School of Engineering
-          School of Environmental and Biological Sciences
-          School of Management and Labor Relations
-          School of Social Work
Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences
-          College of Nursing
-          School of Nursing
-          Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy
-          School of Health Related Professions
-          School of Public Health
Rutgers University–Newark
-          Newark College of Arts and Sciences
-          Rutgers Business School–Newark and New Brunswick
-          School of Criminal Justice
-          School of Public Affairs and Administration
-          University College–Newark
Rutgers University–Camden
-          Camden College of Arts and Sciences
-          School of Business–Camden
-          School of Nursing–Camden
-          University College–Camden

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Scholarships

Award Type

Details

Award Amount

Minimum Requirements To Be Considered

Presidential Scholarship

The most prestigious scholarship award Rutgers offers to undergraduates. Students who receive this award are guaranteed on-campus housing for all fours years and admission to the Honors Program. Only the top 1-2% of admitted students will be awarded this scholarship.

$25,000 per year, including a $11,700 credit for on-campus housing and dining. For those who choose not to live on campus, the award will be $13,300 per year.

Competitive academic credentials, minimum 2250 combined SAT or an ACT score of 35 and an A grade-point average to compete. Renewable with a minimum 3.25 grade-point average and offered for a total of four years.

James Dickson Carr Scholarship

Honors the first African-American Rutgers graduate. This scholarship reflects our commitment to enrolling a student body that is broadly diverse in terms of experience, socioeconomic background, geography, special skills, and talents.

$10,000 per year

Competitive academic credentials, award based also on specialized talents, extracurricular activities, leadership, community service, work experience, awards, honors, and achievement.Renewable with a minimum 3.0 grade-point average and offered for a total of four years.

Scarlet Scholarship

Offered based on a combination of academic achievement and financial need as indicated by the FAFSA.

$3,500 (additional Dean’s scholarship from $1,500 - $4,000 may be added as determined by the Estimated Family Contribution (EFC).

Competitive academic credentials, minimum combined SAT score of 1950 or 30 ACT score. Please file the FAFSA by February 15 to be considered for additional Dean's scholarships to enhance the award amount.Renewable with a minimum 3.0 grade-point average and offered for a total of four years.

Rutgers International Award

Offered to students who are not U.S. citizens or permanent residents of the United States.

$2,000-8,000 per year

Competitive awards based on academic credentials and test scores. Renewable with a minimum 3.0 grade-point average and offered for a total of four years.

National Merit Scholarships/College-Sponsored Merit Awards

Rutgers University is a sponsoring institution for students selected by the National Merit Scholarship Committee to receive the College-Sponsored Merit Scholarship award.

$1,000 per year

Eligible are National Merit finalists who designate Rutgers as their first choice on the National Merit Scholarship application. Renewable with a minimum 3.0 grade-point average and offered for a total of four years.  In addition to other Rutgers scholarships offers.

September 11 Memorial Scholarship

For the dependent children of New Jersey residents who lost their lives as a direct result of the terrorist acts at the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, or the airplane crash in Pennsylvania.

This scholarship is adjusted annually as necessary to equal the cost of in-state tuition.

Self-identify as eligible subsequent to admission.  Send a letter with documentation to the Director of Funds Management, Rutgers Office of Financial Aid, 620 George Street, New Brunswick, NJ 08901.Renewable with satisfactory academic progress consistent with university standards and offered for a total of four years.

Rutgers Alumni Association Vincent R. Kramer Merit Endowed Scholarship

Awarded to entering first-year students at Rutgers-New Brunswick who demonstrate outstanding academic achievement as well as leadership qualities in the community. Preference given to descendants of present or past members of the Rutgers Alumni Association (RAA).

 $1,766 per year

Self-identify as eligible subsequent to admission. Send a letter with the name of the RAA member, that person’s school and year of graduation, and your relationship to that person to: Director of Funds Management, Rutgers Office of Financial Aid, 620 George Street, New Brunswick, NJ 08901

Rutgers Class Endowed Scholarships

Offered to descendants of the following class years: 1940, 1941, 1949, 1970 and 1982, as well as the Rutgers College Class of 1980, based on available funds. These awards are possible because of the generosity of alumni donors.

$500 to $5,000 per year

Self-identify as eligible. Send a letter with the name of the Rutgers graduate, that person’s school and year of graduation, and your relationship to that person to: Office of Undergraduate Admissions, Scholarship Committee, 65 Davidson Road, Piscataway, NJ 08854 by May 1. Not all renewable. Recipients are notified in July.

Theodore J. and F. Elizabeth Kirsch Southern California Scholarship

Offered to first year students who reside and attend public high school in the California communities of San Jose, San Mateo and Palm Dessert.

 

Award is based on academic merit and financial need. Eligible students must self-identify by submitting a letter of interest to: Office of Undergraduate Admissions, Scholarship Committee; 65 Davidson Road (Room 202); Piscataway, NJ 08854 by January 1 and file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by February 15. Recipients are notified in June


Tution Fee

Rutgers University - Camden
New Jersey Residents
  Commuter On-Campus
Tuition $ 10,954 */** $ 10,954 */**
     
Fees $ 2,729 ‡ $ 2,729 ‡
     
Room and Board   0 $11,413 ‡
     
Total $13,683 $25,096
     

‡ Typical room (academic year suite/double occupancy), board (deluxe plan), and mandatory fees. Amounts will vary according to school or college and personal choices. For figures specific to your school or college, visit studentabc.rutgers.edu/tuition-and-fees.

 

** Part-time tuition: $353/credit hour for the Camden College of Arts and Sciences for New Jersey residents.

 

 

Non-New Jersey Residents*
  Commuter On-Campus
Tuition $25,249 */** $25,249 */**
     
Fees $ 2,729 ‡ $ 2,729 ‡
     
Room and Board   0 $11,413 ‡
     
Total $27,978 $39,391
     

‡ Typical room (academic-year suite/double occupancy), board (deluxe plan), and mandatory fees. Amounts will vary according to school or college and personal choices. For figures specific to your school or college, visit studentabc.rutgers.edu/tuition-and-fees.

 

* Students on F-1 and J-1 visas pay the Rutgers out-of-state tuition rate and will incur at minimum additional expenses for the following: Rutgers SEVIS administration fee (SAF) of $250.00; annual medical insurance and health services fee(s); books and supplies each semester; travel to and from the U.S.; and other costs of living.

 

** Part-time tuition: $820/credit hour for the Camden College of Arts and Sciences for non-New Jersey residents.


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Rutgers University - Newark

New Jersey Residents
  Commuter On-Campus
Tuition $ 10,954 */** $ 10,954 */**
     
Fees $ 2,343‡ $ 2,343 ‡
     
Room and Board   0 $12,509 ‡
     
Total $13,297 $25,806
     

‡ Typical room (academic-year suite/double occupancy); board (Raider plan); and mandatory fees. Amounts will vary according to school or college and personal choices. For figures specific to your school or college, visit studentabc.rutgers.edu/tuition-and-fees.


** Part-time tuition: $353/credit hour for the Newark College of Arts and Sciences for New Jersey residents.

 

 

Non-New Jersey Residents*
  Commuter On-Campus
Tuition $25,732 */** $25,732 */**
     
Fees $ 2,343 ‡ $ 2,343 ‡
     
Room and Board   0 $12,509 ‡
     
Total $28,075 $40,584
     

‡ Typical room (academic-year suite/double occupancy); board (Raider plan); and mandatory fees. Amounts will vary according to campus, school or college and personal choices. For figures specific to your school or college, visitstudentabc.rutgers.edu/tuition-and-fees.

 

* Students on F-1 and J-1 visas pay the Rutgers out-of-state tuition rate and will incur at minimum additional expenses for the following: Rutgers SEVIS administration fee (SAF) of $250.00; annual medical insurance and health services fee(s); books and supplies each semester; travel to and from the U.S.; and other costs of living

 

** Part-time tuition: $835/credit hour for the Newark College of Arts and Sciences for non-New Jersey residents.


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Rutgers University- New Brunswick

New Jersey Residents
  Commuter On-Campus
Tuition $ 10,954 */** $ 10,954 */**
     
Fees $ 2,859 ‡ $ 2,859 ‡
     
Room and Board   0 $11,748 ‡
     
Total $13,813 $25,561
     

‡ Typical room (academic-year residence hall/double occupancy); board (210 meal plan); and mandatory fees. Amounts will vary according to school or college and personal choices. For figures specific to your school or college, visitstudentabc.rutgers.edu/tuition-and-fees.

 

** Part-time tuition: $353/credit hour for the School of Arts and Sciences for New Jersey residents.

 

Non-New Jersey Residents*
  Commuter On-Campus
Tuition $25,732 */** $25,732 */**
     
Fees $ 2,859 ‡ $ 2,859‡
     
Room and Board   0 $11,749 ‡
     
Total $28,591 $40,340
     

‡ Typical room (academic-year residence hall/double occupancy); board (210 meal plan); and mandatory fees. Amounts will vary according to campus, school or college and personal choices. For figures specific to your school or college, visitstudentabc.rutgers.edu/tuition-and-fees.

 

* Students on F-1 and J-1 visas pay the Rutgers out-of-state tuition rate and will incur at minimum additional expenses for the following: Rutgers SEVIS administration fee (SAF) of $250.00; annual medical insurance and health services fee(s); books and supplies each semester; travel to and from the U.S.; and other costs of living.

 

** Part-time tuition: $835/credit hour for the School of Arts and Sciences for non-New Jersey residents.