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  • Undergraduate

    • Brett hall

      Brett Hall

      Brett is a traditional residence hall built in 1964. Named after Phillip Milledoler Brett: Trustee of Rutgers University and also served as the President of Rutgers from 1930-1932. It houses students that are enrolled in the Rutgers Honors Program. It is located near "Bishop Beach", at the center of College Ave around 12 other residence halls, making one feel connected with their community.

    • Campbell

      Campbell Hall

      Campbell is a traditional residence hall built in 1956. It is one of the "River Halls" that overlook the Raritan River. This building was named for William Henry Campbell (born 1808). He was a Professor of Biblical Literature, Theological Seminary; Professor of Belles-Letters, President of Rutgers College; & founder of the Suydam Street Reformed Church in New Brunswick. Campbell Hall is located near 12 other residence halls on College Ave, making one feel connected with their community.

    • Clothier Hall

      Clothier Hall

      Clothier is a traditional residence hall built in 1963. It was named after Robert Clarkson Clothier (1885-1970), who served as president of Rutgers University from (1932-1951). Clothier was also president of the New Jersey Constitutional Convention in 1947 and a reporter for the Wall Street Journal. Clothier Hall is located near 12 other residence halls on College Ave, making one feel connected with their community. It is also home to the College Avenue Residence Life Office on the first floor, making it easier for students to contact Residence Life staff if they have a question or concern.

    • Demarest Hall

      Demarest Hall

      Demarest is a traditional residence hall built in 1950. Demarest hosts a number of special interest sections focused on subjects in the arts, humanities, and social sciences. These groups foster an engaged and diverse community as well as a noted pride for living in Demarest. There is also a lot of variety in the dimensions and layout of rooms in Demarest, further contributing to its unique nature.

    • Frelinghuysen Hall

      Frelinghuysen Hall

      Frelinghuysen is a traditional residence hall built in 1956. It is located on the College Avenue Campus and is one of the "River Halls" that overlook the Raritan River.

    • Hardenbergh Hall

      Hardenbergh Hall

      Hardenbergh is a traditional residence hall built in 1956. It is located on the College Avenue Campus and is one of the "River Halls" that overlook the Raritan River.

    • Hegemen Hall

      Hegeman Hall

      Hegeman is a traditional residence hall built in 1922. Hegeman was Rutgers first female residence hall when Rutgers College became co-educational. It is located near 12 other residence halls on College Ave, making one feel connected with their community. Hegeman is one of the halls considered a part of the "College Ave Quads."

    • Leupp

      Leupp Hall

      Built in 1929, Leupp is a traditional residence hall at the heart of the College Avenue campus. It is located near 12 other residence halls on College Ave, making one feel connected with their community. Leupp is one of the halls considered a part of the "College Ave Quads."

    • Mettler Hall

      Mettler Hall

      Mettler is a traditional residence hall built in 1964 at the heart of College Avenue campus. It is located on "Bishop Beach", at the center of the residential part of campus, making one feel connected with the community.  Mettler houses a vibrant and fun community that includes the Paul Robeson living-learning community.

    • Pell

      Pell Hall

      Pell is a traditional residence hall built in 1929. It is located near 12 other residence halls on College Ave, making one feel connected with their community. Pell is one of the halls considered a part of the "College Ave Quads."