About the Graduate School
The Graduate School offers 17 master’s degrees programs and four doctoral programs on our small urban campus. About 600 students study in our programs on our campus of 6,500 students.
Among our faculty, we include some of the nation’s leading researchers as well as prize-winning scholars, writers, and teachers. You will get all the resources of one of America’s most prestigious public research universities with all the benefits of a supportive small-college experience.
Positioned within the greater metropolitan area of Philadelphia, Rutgers-Camden draws students from around the world, as well as from across New Jersey and the Delaware Valley. We are located in the heart of the Camden Waterfront neighborhood, just across the Delaware River from Philadelphia, and easily accessible by regional public transportation. The campus is just two hours from New York City and two and a half hours from Washington, D.C.
To learn more about our programs, fill out our information form.
To apply for any of our programs, please use the online application below. Once you have applied, you can check the status of your application by logging into the Application System.
Financial Aid and Tuition
Rutgers recommends filing your FAFSA (Free Application for Student Aid) by March 15 each year. The Rutgers code is 002629.
Rutgers Tuition and Fees are updated each July for the upcoming academic year. Look for the Camden Campus tuition and fees. All campus fees are also explained.
Scholarships & Awards
Prospective graduate students may apply for financial assistantships when completing the online application process. If you wish to be considered for an assistantship, indicate your interest in the “Academic Awards & Financial Assistance” section of the application. Individual graduate departments determine scholarship and fellowship awards as well as Teaching and Graduate Assistantships.
- University-wide Scholarships and Awards
- Scholarships and Assistantships
- Funding Your Graduate Career
Rutgers-Camden offers apartment-style living in a new building designed for graduate students.