Rutgers is the largest state university in New Jersey and one of the top-ranked public universities nationwide. The School of Arts and Sciences (SAS) is located in New Brunswick, the birthplace of Rutgers, and brings excellence in teaching, research, and service to a world-class institution. The SAS is made up of five smaller campuses, each one a unique environment, from a busy city center, to a sprawling suburban landscape, to a wooded retreat.
The School of Arts and Sciences is a bustling community with events and activities for everyone.
Let us show you what we have to offer!
Are you a prospective student or parent? Come see us in person!
We offer a variety of ways for you to tour our campus and facilities.
|General Tours for Rutgers in New Brunswick and Piscataway|
Do you want to enjoy a sporting event, a theater production, a lecture, or other activity while you're here? Be sure to review our University-wide calendar to see what's happening.
- If you have special needs, please let us know.
Come see campus any time but to take advantage of the full range of what we offer, visit us on a weekday when classes are in session, residence halls and student centers are open, and our faculty, staff and students are available to answer your questions. We should mention that exam periods in mid-December and early May, spring break week in mid-March, winter break, and holidays are times when some of our tours and services are limited.
Ready to come for a visit? Here's what you need to know:
New Brunswick and Piscataway is easily accessible by train, bus, and car.
Parking on campus is limited. Visitor parking is available in pay-per-hour lots and parking decks around campus and in New Brunswick.
- Please visit the Parking and Transportation Services website or call 732/932-7744 for specific visitor parking information.
- Visitors to campus are welcome to ride any of our campus buses. There is no charge.
Staying overnight? Accommodation Suggestions
Do you have questions but aren't able to visit at the moment? No problem! Just contact RU-info at 732/932-info (4636), or "Ask Colonel Henry."