Rutgers has transformed undergraduate education at its largest campus with a dramatic reshaping of academics and student life. Students at Rutgers–New Brunswick are benefiting from a multitude of changes:
- A single liberal arts school, the School of Arts and Sciences, now serves arts and sciences undergraduates at Rutgers–New Brunswick.
- Students wishing to live on campus can choose among residence halls on the Busch, College Avenue, Cook, Douglass, or Livingston campuses—and even switch campuses from year to year.
- Byrne Family First-Year Seminars are forging strong bonds between students and professors, engaging undergraduates in the intellectual life of a great public research university.
- Arts and sciences students are now served by Academic Advising Centers on each of the campuses at Rutgers–New Brunswick.
- The Douglass Residential College provides women at Rutgers with a small, close-knit community focusing on women’s leadership.
- Improved student services, a campuswide honors program, and “discovery houses” on the Livingston Campus are enriching the student experience for Rutgers undergraduates.