Welcome Home! We are glad you have found your way to Rutgers, and to the Camden campus. Since you are considering living on campus, let us provide you with a sampling of what this experience can be like…
- Imagine a small community setting where most of the faces you’ll see on a daily basis look familiar because interaction between peers is frequent.
- Imagine living in a comfortable, spacious, and secure suite with 3-5 other people that share similar goals and interests as you.
- Imagine short walks to class, worry-free parking, easy access to Philadelphia and the surrounding area, and those all-too-important cat naps in between classes.
- Imagine yourself taking a trip to New York to see a play, to Baltimore to visit a museum, or to Canada for Spring Break.
- Imagine hanging out with new friends while playing pool or air hockey, or exercising in the fitness center.
This can all be yours by staying on-campus—the options are limitless.
Below you will find a wealth of information and resources—one stop shopping to make your decision easier. We understand that you have many options for attending college, and again for where you will live; we are committed to helping you make the right choice to allow your education to flourish. As always, if you cannot locate the information you are looking for, or require further information or clarification, feel free to contact the Housing & Residence Life Office.
Virtual tour of a residence hall suite, apartment, and pictures of our fitness center, computer labs, and some common areas.
Click here to find electronic versions of our housing contracts, information regarding important deadlines, and costs for on-campus living.
Check out this page all about our Themed Communites for new students!
Directions and maps of Rutgers-Camden.
Listing of services within walking distance of the residence hall, links to public transportation information, and links to resources in Center City Philadelphia.
Information regarding new immunization and vaccination requirements for residence hall students.
In many cases, students’ personal property that is brought to college is covered under their parents’ homeowners’ insurance policy. If you know that you are not covered, are unsure, or want additional coverage, you should click here to get more information, and to purchase a policy.
Note: Rutgers University is not responsible for and cannot be held liable for loss, theft, damage, or vandalism to any students’ personal property. Students are encouraged to ensure their property is adequately covered prior to moving in to the residence hall .
Find quick answers to our most frequently asked questions from prospective residents, and ask Housing & Residence Life a question via the web.
Names, pictures, e-mail addresses, and contact information for the entire Housing & Residence Life staff.