Contacts and Resources
Call RU-info at 848-445-info (4636) to connect with any office or for
recommendations on what to see and do at Rutgers–New Brunswick.
Rutgers University Police Department: emergencies dial 9-1-1; from a university phone, obtain an outside line and dial 9-1-1; non-emergencies, 848-932-7211; rupd.rutgers.edu.
Rutgers University Emergency Services: emergencies dial 9-1-1; non-emergencies, 848-932-4800; rues.rutgers.edu.
Rutgers Today Is Your Source for University News: news.rutgers.edu/news-center/rutgers-today
Visitor Center: visitorcenter.rutgers.edu
Rutgers University–New Brunswick: newbrunswick.rutgers.edu
Undergraduate Admissions: admissions.rutgers.edu
Graduate and Professional Admissions: gradstudy.rutgers.edu
Campus Buses: rudots.rutgers.edu/campusbuses.shtml
Maps, Directions, and Parking: newbrunswick.rutgers.edu/visit-us/maps-directions-parking
Calendar of Events: ruevents.rutgers.edu
Rutgers Universitywide: rutgers.edu
Getting Here Is Convenient
Situated at the center of the Northeast Corridor that runs from Boston
to Washington, D.C., Rutgers–New Brunswick is 41 miles from
New York City and 66 miles from Philadelphia.
Find detailed directions here: newbrunswick.rutgers.edu/visit-us/maps-directions-parking
By car: Nearby highways include the New Jersey Turnpike (I-95) and the Garden State Parkway; Interstate Highways 287 and 78; State Route 18; U.S. Routes 1 and 130. By rail: New Jersey Transit operates a major station in New Brunswick on the Northeast Corridor line; the station is a short hop from a main Amtrak rail station at Metropark in Iselin, NJ.
By bus: New Jersey Transit and Suburban Transit provide regular daily service, both local and to New York and Philadelphia.
By air: New Brunswick has excellent train connections to Newark Liberty International Airport—a major East Coast air hub with many direct flights domestically and abroad. New York’s John F. Kennedy (JFK) and LaGuardia airports are also accessible via car and public transportation.