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Whether you’re a first-year student, a junior contemplating your housing options, or a graduate student, Housing and Residence Life provides the resources to help you find housing at Rutgers–New Brunswick, including details on housing applications and the housing lottery.

Whether you’re a first-year student, a junior contemplating your housing options, or a graduate student, Housing and Residence Life provides the resources to help you find housing at Rutgers–New Brunswick, including details on housing applications and the housing lottery.

Looking for resources and assistance with off-campus housing? We’ve got it. The Off-Campus Housing Service will help you find housing, or a roommate, and sort through issues involved in renting, such as leases.

During the weekend of September 25 th through 27 th the Philadelphia/Camden metropolitan area will be the host to a Papal Visit during the World Meeting of Families.  That weekend the meeting and Papal Visit are expected to draw nearly 1.5 million visitors to downtown Philadelphia.  

Tinsley Hall is a traditional residence hall erected in 1962. It is named for the generous benefactor John F. Tinsley (1880-1952). Tinsley was an Alumni Trustee of Rutgers University (1932-1939) and a trustee of the university from 1939-52. It is located on “Bishop Beach” at the center of campus located near 12 other residence halls on College Ave, making one feel connected with their community. It is also adjacent to the Rutgers Student Center, Brower Commons Dining Hall, the College Avenue Gym and Au Bon Pain.

Adjacent to Brower Commons Dining Hall, Health Services, and Rutgers Student Center. A short walk to the College Avenue Gym and Alexander Library. Easy access to College Avenue academic buildings. Just a short walk to downtown New Brunswick and Easton Avenue shops and restaurants.

The Livingston Apartments are one of Rutgers’ newest on-campus living spaces. Three buildings, A, B, and C, make up the apartments. Home to continuing students and single graduate students, the apartments are located at the Plaza at Livingston , home to: Starbucks, Qdoba Mexican Grill, Rutgers Cinema, Kilmer’s Market, kite+key Rutgers Tech Store, Hoja Asian Fusion, Henry’s Diner, 16 Handles, and The Wright Cut. Livingston Apartments is also home to the  Global Roommates Program .

Contract Type:  Undergraduate Academic Year (9 months; two semesters); Graduate Academic Year (9 months); Graduate Full Calendar Year (12 months, two semesters and all breaks)

Whether you’re a first-year student, a junior contemplating your housing options, or a graduate student, Housing and Residence Life provides the resources to help you find housing at Rutgers–New Brunswick, including details on housing applications and the housing lottery.

Looking for resources and assistance with off-campus housing? We’ve got it. The Off-Campus Housing Service will help you find housing, or a roommate, and sort through issues involved in renting, such as leases.

During the weekend of September 25 th through 27 th the Philadelphia/Camden metropolitan area will be the host to a Papal Visit during the World Meeting of Families.  That weekend the meeting and Papal Visit are expected to draw nearly 1.5 million visitors to downtown Philadelphia.  

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Whether you’re a first-year student, a junior contemplating your housing options, or a graduate student, Housing and Residence Life provides the resources to help you find housing at Rutgers–New Brunswick, including details on housing applications and the housing lottery.

Looking for resources and assistance with off-campus housing? We’ve got it. The Off-Campus Housing Service will help you find housing, or a roommate, and sort through issues involved in renting, such as leases.

During the weekend of September 25 th through 27 th the Philadelphia/Camden metropolitan area will be the host to a Papal Visit during the World Meeting of Families.  That weekend the meeting and Papal Visit are expected to draw nearly 1.5 million visitors to downtown Philadelphia.  

Tinsley Hall is a traditional residence hall erected in 1962. It is named for the generous benefactor John F. Tinsley (1880-1952). Tinsley was an Alumni Trustee of Rutgers University (1932-1939) and a trustee of the university from 1939-52. It is located on “Bishop Beach” at the center of campus located near 12 other residence halls on College Ave, making one feel connected with their community. It is also adjacent to the Rutgers Student Center, Brower Commons Dining Hall, the College Avenue Gym and Au Bon Pain.

Adjacent to Brower Commons Dining Hall, Health Services, and Rutgers Student Center. A short walk to the College Avenue Gym and Alexander Library. Easy access to College Avenue academic buildings. Just a short walk to downtown New Brunswick and Easton Avenue shops and restaurants.

The Livingston Apartments are one of Rutgers’ newest on-campus living spaces. Three buildings, A, B, and C, make up the apartments. Home to continuing students and single graduate students, the apartments are located at the Plaza at Livingston , home to: Starbucks, Qdoba Mexican Grill, Rutgers Cinema, Kilmer’s Market, kite+key Rutgers Tech Store, Hoja Asian Fusion, Henry’s Diner, 16 Handles, and The Wright Cut. Livingston Apartments is also home to the  Global Roommates Program.

Contract Type:  Undergraduate Academic Year (9 months; two semesters); Graduate Academic Year (9 months); Graduate Full Calendar Year (12 months, two semesters and all breaks)

Felicia McGinty joined Rutgers in August 2013 as the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs. Dr. McGinty provides leadership, vision, and strategic direction for the large and complex division of Student Affairs. Dr. McGinty holds a Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership, a Master of Arts in Education Counseling, and a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from Northern Arizona University. In 2007, NAU honored her with the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Award for outstanding service to the university and community.

Joe Charette is the Executive Director of Rutgers Dining Services, where he has spent the last twenty-seven years of his food service career. He is a graduate of Cook College, class of 1977.

Visit our residences pages to see our diverse accommodations, building descriptions and specialty residences. We also have campus maps to view the locations of all our residences.

Living on campus is the key to completing your BU experience. Boston University residences provide safe and easy access to classes, study groups, the library, and campus activities.

Staff Directory
Mission Statement
Frequently Asked Questions
Housing Contract 2016-2017
Housing Contract 2017-2018
Rent a MicroFridge®
Reserve a Meeting Space

Here you will find answers to all your questions related to on-campus housing. Below you will find links to our housing application, information about where to request maintenance for your room, where and how to receive packages and more. We hope this site is useful to you, and that it will help you navigate through all of your housing needs.

In cooperation with the New Jersey Association of Planning and Zoning Administrators, the Center for Government Services at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, offers two certificate programs:

Also, as a member of the Partners for Municipal Land Use Education, CGS offers a six-hour course for planning and zoning board members:

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Whether you’re a first-year student, a junior contemplating your housing options, or a graduate student, Housing and Residence Life provides the resources to help you find housing at Rutgers–New Brunswick, including details on housing applications and the housing lottery.

Looking for resources and assistance with off-campus housing? We’ve got it. The Off-Campus Housing Service will help you find housing, or a roommate, and sort through issues involved in renting, such as leases.

During the weekend of September 25 th through 27 th the Philadelphia/Camden metropolitan area will be the host to a Papal Visit during the World Meeting of Families.  That weekend the meeting and Papal Visit are expected to draw nearly 1.5 million visitors to downtown Philadelphia.  

Tinsley Hall is a traditional residence hall erected in 1962. It is named for the generous benefactor John F. Tinsley (1880-1952). Tinsley was an Alumni Trustee of Rutgers University (1932-1939) and a trustee of the university from 1939-52. It is located on “Bishop Beach” at the center of campus located near 12 other residence halls on College Ave, making one feel connected with their community. It is also adjacent to the Rutgers Student Center, Brower Commons Dining Hall, the College Avenue Gym and Au Bon Pain.

Adjacent to Brower Commons Dining Hall, Health Services, and Rutgers Student Center. A short walk to the College Avenue Gym and Alexander Library. Easy access to College Avenue academic buildings. Just a short walk to downtown New Brunswick and Easton Avenue shops and restaurants.

The Livingston Apartments are one of Rutgers’ newest on-campus living spaces. Three buildings, A, B, and C, make up the apartments. Home to continuing students and single graduate students, the apartments are located at the Plaza at Livingston , home to: Starbucks, Qdoba Mexican Grill, Rutgers Cinema, Kilmer’s Market, kite+key Rutgers Tech Store, Hoja Asian Fusion, Henry’s Diner, 16 Handles, and The Wright Cut. Livingston Apartments is also home to the  Global Roommates Program.

Contract Type:  Undergraduate Academic Year (9 months; two semesters); Graduate Academic Year (9 months); Graduate Full Calendar Year (12 months, two semesters and all breaks)

Felicia McGinty joined Rutgers in August 2013 as the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs. Dr. McGinty provides leadership, vision, and strategic direction for the large and complex division of Student Affairs. Dr. McGinty holds a Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership, a Master of Arts in Education Counseling, and a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from Northern Arizona University. In 2007, NAU honored her with the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Award for outstanding service to the university and community.

Joe Charette is the Executive Director of Rutgers Dining Services, where he has spent the last twenty-seven years of his food service career. He is a graduate of Cook College, class of 1977.

Visit our residences pages to see our diverse accommodations, building descriptions and specialty residences. We also have campus maps to view the locations of all our residences.

Living on campus is the key to completing your BU experience. Boston University residences provide safe and easy access to classes, study groups, the library, and campus activities.

Whether you’re a first-year student, a junior contemplating your housing options, or a graduate student, Housing and Residence Life provides the resources to help you find housing at Rutgers–New Brunswick, including details on housing applications and the housing lottery.

Looking for resources and assistance with off-campus housing? We’ve got it. The Off-Campus Housing Service will help you find housing, or a roommate, and sort through issues involved in renting, such as leases.

During the weekend of September 25 th through 27 th the Philadelphia/Camden metropolitan area will be the host to a Papal Visit during the World Meeting of Families.  That weekend the meeting and Papal Visit are expected to draw nearly 1.5 million visitors to downtown Philadelphia.  

Tinsley Hall is a traditional residence hall erected in 1962. It is named for the generous benefactor John F. Tinsley (1880-1952). Tinsley was an Alumni Trustee of Rutgers University (1932-1939) and a trustee of the university from 1939-52. It is located on “Bishop Beach” at the center of campus located near 12 other residence halls on College Ave, making one feel connected with their community. It is also adjacent to the Rutgers Student Center, Brower Commons Dining Hall, the College Avenue Gym and Au Bon Pain.

Adjacent to Brower Commons Dining Hall, Health Services, and Rutgers Student Center. A short walk to the College Avenue Gym and Alexander Library. Easy access to College Avenue academic buildings. Just a short walk to downtown New Brunswick and Easton Avenue shops and restaurants.

The Livingston Apartments are one of Rutgers’ newest on-campus living spaces. Three buildings, A, B, and C, make up the apartments. Home to continuing students and single graduate students, the apartments are located at the Plaza at Livingston , home to: Starbucks, Qdoba Mexican Grill, Rutgers Cinema, Kilmer’s Market, kite+key Rutgers Tech Store, Hoja Asian Fusion, Henry’s Diner, 16 Handles, and The Wright Cut. Livingston Apartments is also home to the  Global Roommates Program.

Contract Type:  Undergraduate Academic Year (9 months; two semesters); Graduate Academic Year (9 months); Graduate Full Calendar Year (12 months, two semesters and all breaks)

Felicia McGinty joined Rutgers in August 2013 as the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs. Dr. McGinty provides leadership, vision, and strategic direction for the large and complex division of Student Affairs. Dr. McGinty holds a Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership, a Master of Arts in Education Counseling, and a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from Northern Arizona University. In 2007, NAU honored her with the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Award for outstanding service to the university and community.

Joe Charette is the Executive Director of Rutgers Dining Services, where he has spent the last twenty-seven years of his food service career. He is a graduate of Cook College, class of 1977.

Visit our residences pages to see our diverse accommodations, building descriptions and specialty residences. We also have campus maps to view the locations of all our residences.

Living on campus is the key to completing your BU experience. Boston University residences provide safe and easy access to classes, study groups, the library, and campus activities.

Staff Directory
Mission Statement
Frequently Asked Questions
Housing Contract 2016-2017
Housing Contract 2017-2018
Rent a MicroFridge®
Reserve a Meeting Space

Here you will find answers to all your questions related to on-campus housing. Below you will find links to our housing application, information about where to request maintenance for your room, where and how to receive packages and more. We hope this site is useful to you, and that it will help you navigate through all of your housing needs.

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Whether you’re a first-year student, a junior contemplating your housing options, or a graduate student, Housing and Residence Life provides the resources to help you find housing at Rutgers–New Brunswick, including details on housing applications and the housing lottery.

Looking for resources and assistance with off-campus housing? We’ve got it. The Off-Campus Housing Service will help you find housing, or a roommate, and sort through issues involved in renting, such as leases.

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Whether you’re a first-year student, a junior contemplating your housing options, or a graduate student, Housing and Residence Life provides the resources to help you find housing at Rutgers–New Brunswick, including details on housing applications and the housing lottery.

Looking for resources and assistance with off-campus housing? We’ve got it. The Off-Campus Housing Service will help you find housing, or a roommate, and sort through issues involved in renting, such as leases.

During the weekend of September 25 th through 27 th the Philadelphia/Camden metropolitan area will be the host to a Papal Visit during the World Meeting of Families.  That weekend the meeting and Papal Visit are expected to draw nearly 1.5 million visitors to downtown Philadelphia.  

Tinsley Hall is a traditional residence hall erected in 1962. It is named for the generous benefactor John F. Tinsley (1880-1952). Tinsley was an Alumni Trustee of Rutgers University (1932-1939) and a trustee of the university from 1939-52. It is located on “Bishop Beach” at the center of campus located near 12 other residence halls on College Ave, making one feel connected with their community. It is also adjacent to the Rutgers Student Center, Brower Commons Dining Hall, the College Avenue Gym and Au Bon Pain.

Adjacent to Brower Commons Dining Hall, Health Services, and Rutgers Student Center. A short walk to the College Avenue Gym and Alexander Library. Easy access to College Avenue academic buildings. Just a short walk to downtown New Brunswick and Easton Avenue shops and restaurants.

Ask the housing office for the roommate s approximate age and if necessary request a roommate closer to your age. The email you were given could be registered to the roomate s parent.

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Whether you’re a first-year student, a junior contemplating your housing options, or a graduate student, Housing and Residence Life provides the resources to help you find housing at Rutgers–New Brunswick, including details on housing applications and the housing lottery.

Looking for resources and assistance with off-campus housing? We’ve got it. The Off-Campus Housing Service will help you find housing, or a roommate, and sort through issues involved in renting, such as leases.

During the weekend of September 25 th through 27 th the Philadelphia/Camden metropolitan area will be the host to a Papal Visit during the World Meeting of Families.  That weekend the meeting and Papal Visit are expected to draw nearly 1.5 million visitors to downtown Philadelphia.  

Tinsley Hall is a traditional residence hall erected in 1962. It is named for the generous benefactor John F. Tinsley (1880-1952). Tinsley was an Alumni Trustee of Rutgers University (1932-1939) and a trustee of the university from 1939-52. It is located on “Bishop Beach” at the center of campus located near 12 other residence halls on College Ave, making one feel connected with their community. It is also adjacent to the Rutgers Student Center, Brower Commons Dining Hall, the College Avenue Gym and Au Bon Pain.

Adjacent to Brower Commons Dining Hall, Health Services, and Rutgers Student Center. A short walk to the College Avenue Gym and Alexander Library. Easy access to College Avenue academic buildings. Just a short walk to downtown New Brunswick and Easton Avenue shops and restaurants.

The Livingston Apartments are one of Rutgers’ newest on-campus living spaces. Three buildings, A, B, and C, make up the apartments. Home to continuing students and single graduate students, the apartments are located at the Plaza at Livingston , home to: Starbucks, Qdoba Mexican Grill, Rutgers Cinema, Kilmer’s Market, kite+key Rutgers Tech Store, Hoja Asian Fusion, Henry’s Diner, 16 Handles, and The Wright Cut. Livingston Apartments is also home to the  Global Roommates Program.

Contract Type:  Undergraduate Academic Year (9 months; two semesters); Graduate Academic Year (9 months); Graduate Full Calendar Year (12 months, two semesters and all breaks)

Felicia McGinty joined Rutgers in August 2013 as the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs. Dr. McGinty provides leadership, vision, and strategic direction for the large and complex division of Student Affairs. Dr. McGinty holds a Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership, a Master of Arts in Education Counseling, and a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from Northern Arizona University. In 2007, NAU honored her with the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Award for outstanding service to the university and community.

Joe Charette is the Executive Director of Rutgers Dining Services, where he has spent the last twenty-seven years of his food service career. He is a graduate of Cook College, class of 1977.

Residence life and housing options for students at Rutgers –New Brunswick.