Quads, Livingston Campus

The Entrepreneurship and Innovation LLC invites first-year and transfer students who embrace and thrive on creativity, innovation and big ideas, to immerse themselves in entrepreneurship. This community will provide you the opportunity to take an idea from conception to a business plan. It will allow you to create the mindset and the networks to gain a head start in your entrepreneurship journey.

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Students accepted into the community will live in Quad III Residence Hall on the Livingston Campus. Quads offer study rooms, laundry facilities, kitchens, house lounges, as well as a main lounge. The Livingston Quads have lots of green space surrounding them and are adjacent to the Livingston Recreation Center, near Livingston Student Center, Livingston Dining Hall, and walking distance to the Louis Brown Athletic Center (RAC), the Rutgers Cinema, and the newly constructed Livingston Plaza.

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  • Build a network of likeminded leaders that will serve as a sounding board for your ideas.
  • Create a vision and blueprint to actualize your dreams and goals.
  • Learn entrepreneurial hacks and leadership skills that allow you to outperform peers and shorten your learning curve, to gain the edge that you need to achieve your goals.
  • Learn from industry leaders that have come before you.
  • Access and enroll in classes that are otherwise limited to only upper-class students. Courses will allow you to build a personal brand, unleash superpowers, develop a mentorship manifesto, and more!


  1. Open to first-year and incoming transfer students in all undergraduate schools who place into 01:355:101 Expository Writing/College Writing or 01:355:104 College Writing Extended. Transfer students do not need to take placement tests unless told by a Rutgers advisor.  
  2. Complete the supplemental application found here.  


LLC Orientation

Make Rutgers home! We’d like you to begin to connect with students, faculty, and staff even before the start of classes. We intend to have an LLC orientation in late August or early September. More information to come.

Full participation and engagement in all program experiences sponsored by the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Living-Learning Community.

Students will have exclusive access to sections of these classes.

Download a sample syllabus for this community. Please note: Syllabi change over time, so this may not be the exact course content that you will have as a future participant.

Janice Lee is one of our current Entrepreneurship and Innovation LLC members. Here she is sharing tips and tricks for getting started on the right foot at Rutgers University.

Application Process

For general information, please submit an interest form.

You may also contact Alfred Blake, Assistant Director, Undergraduate Entrepreneurship Programs: ablake@business.rutgers.edu