Alumni & Post-Grads

Location
New Brunswick, NJ
Undergrads
30,038
Tuition (in-state)
$23,676 ($10,356)
Admission Difficulty
Average
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Alumni Office
Department of Alumni Relations
Winants Hall, 7 College Ave., New Brunswick
Phone: (732) 932-7061
RUAlumni@alumni.rutgers.edu
www.alumni.rutgers.edu/s/896/start.aspx
Alumni Services
  • Alumni Entertainment Club: great savings with working advantage
  • Alumni nights at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center
  • Career Services access
  • Discounts at the Rutgers Recreation Centers
  • Downtown New Brunswick merchant discounts
  • Free membership in the Rutgers Club
  • Library privileges
  • North American Van Lines/Wayne Moving & Storage discounts
  • Subscription to Rutgers Magazine
  • Travel discounts
  • Video and DVD rentals
Alumni Publications
  • Rutgers Focus
  • Rutgers Magazine
  • Rutgers Newsletter
Major Alumni Events
  • Alumni Career Night
  • Alumni Networking Event
  • Alumni Night at NJPAC
  • Alumni-sponsored trips to Spain, Scotland, France, Alps, Tuscany, South America, and River Cruises
  • Family Weekend
  • Homecoming Weekend festivities
  • The Nancy Gelman Annual 5K Walk/Run
  • Winter Carnival
Famous Alumni
  • Mario Batali (Class of '82) - majored in Spanish theater at Rutgers, but later went on to be a celebrity on the Food Network
  • Patricia Smith Campbell (Class of '63) - pioneered the development of "drug patch" technologies, such as Nicoderm CQ for cigarette addiction; her discoveries have resulted in 23 patents for medical products and processes to improve human health worldwide.
  • Deron Cherry (Class of '81) - co-captain of the Scarlet Knights in 1980, Rutgers Football hall of famer; NFL's highest-paid defensive back in late '80s with $850,000 salary, one of the first African Americans to co-own an NFL team (Jacksonville Jaguars)
  • Calista Flockhart (Class of '88) - best known as "Ally McBeal," for which she won a Best Actress Golden Globe Award and was nominated for an Emmy; also appeared in the Broadway shows "The Glass Menagerie" and the off-Broadway play "Bash"
  • James Gandolfini (Class of '83) - popular "Sopranos" star, Emmy and Golden Globe winner. once majored in communication at Rutgers, actively supports Rutgers athletics and is often seen at the games
  • Sandra Guzman (Class of '85) - served as editor-in-chief of Latina, the first national bilingual lifestyle magazine for the U.S. Hispanic market, received an Emmy for her Telemundo special on the U.S. Cuban embargo
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