Rutgers School of Law - Newark 123 Washington St, Newark, NJ07102 Rutgers School of Law at Newark provides professional legal education services to a student body of more than 800. It…More has a number of student-run organizations, including The Art Law Society, Association of Black Law Students, Criminal Law Society, Federalist Society, Human Rights Forum and more. The campus houses the Golden Dome Athletic Center, a facility with basketball courts, a 25-yard swimming pool, a 7,000-square-foot fitness center, two racquetball courts and a dance/exercise studio. There are a number of pro bono student projects at Rutgers School of Law, including Citizenship Rutgers, Veterans' Assistance Project, Street Law and the Rutgers-Newark Bankruptcy Project.
NJ Books Rutgers 167 University Ave, Newark, NJ07102 NJ Books is a bookstore chain with locations throughout various college campuses in New Jersey. This location in West…More Ward is part of the Rutgers campus in Newark. The store specializes in selling text books and other books assigned as reading materials for classes at Rutgers college.
Rutgers The State University of New Jersey 175 University Ave, Newark, NJ07102 Rutgers - Newark was founded in 1946, but as an institution of learning it dates back to 1908, when the New Jersey Law…More School opened its doors. The 38-acre campus, located in University Heights, consists of seven colleges: Newark College of Arts and Sciences/University College - Newark; School of Public Affairs and Administration; College of Nursing; School of Criminal Justice; Graduate School - Newark; Rutgers School of Law - Newark; and Rutgers Business School - Newark and New Brunswick. More than 40 undergraduate majors and more than 20 graduate programs are available here, plus 14 NCAA Division III women's and men's athletic teams.
The school offers a wealth of resources for students, including four libraries. Dana Library is the site of many public concerts, and also houses the Institute of Jazz Studies, which is the largest and most comprehensive library and archive of jazz and jazz-related materials in the world. The main administrative building is Conklin Hall.
Rutgers Business School 1 Washington St, Newark, NJ07102 Rutgers Business School is part of Rutgers University. It offers courses in subjects such as accounting, finance and…More economics, as part of its bachelors, masters and PhD programs. The business school features more than 10 resource and administration centers, including the Blanche and Irwin Lerner Center for the Study of Pharmaceutical Management Issues and the Center for Governmental Accounting Education & Research.
Rutgers University Library-Dana 175 University Ave, Newark, NJ07102 Rutgers University Library-Dana serves the faculty and students of Rutgers. The library offers easy access to books,…More articles, documents, research papers and more. Services include, inter-library loans, delivery and online connections to name a few. Librarians can be contacted via phone, e-mail or instant message and are available to answer any questions.
Queen Pizza 114 Halsey St, Newark, NJ07102 Queen Pizza is located at Rutgers University. It prepares pizza with a variety of toppings and offers Sicilian, Hawaiian…More and other specialties.
Broad St. Bakery 601 Broad St, Newark, NJ07102 Broad St. Bakery is located near Rutgers University. It provides a wide selection of cakes, pastries, and assorted…More sweets for sale.
Rutgers University Office of Admissions 249 University Ave, Newark, NJ07102 Rutgers University Office of Admissions offers academic counseling for students in all stages of college. Information on…More tuition fees, financial aid and scholarships can be obtained through one of the counselors. Campus tours are available for groups or individuals, virtual tours can be taken via the website and information packets can also be ordered through the website. The Office of Admissions is there to offer guidance to all of Rutgers students ensuring a successful college experience.
American History High School 74 Montgomery St, Newark, NJ07103 This magnet school is a collaboration of the public schools, Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History, Rutgers -…More Newark and the New Jersey Historical Society. As an institute of social justice and democracy, it offers a rich set of educational resources and a rigorous college preparatory curriculum. Students can graduate from this high school with 12 college credits through its partnership with Essex County College and Rutgers University.
Rutgers University Bradley Hall Theater 110 Warren St, Newark, NJ07102 Rutgers University Bradley Hall Theater houses two academic departments -- Urban Education and Arts and Media and…More Culture -- as well as a Barnes & Noble bookstore and post office. Art and television classes are taught here, as well as theatrical plays. The building is named after graduate Joseph Bradley.
Rutgers University Dining Services 175 University Ave # 4, Newark, NJ07102 Rutgers University offers many dining options to its students. There are several different dining halls and cafes in…More various locations throughout the campus. Meal plans are available for most of these restaurants and the menus are available online. Hot breakfasts, homemade soups, sandwiches, salads and snacks are just a few of the items offered. The dining halls and cafes are open when school is in session.
Paul Robeson Campus Center 350 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Newark, NJ07102 The Paul Robeson Campus Center serves as a main hub for students at Rutgers Newark Campus. It features dining options, a…More convenience store and a Starbucks. It also features meeting and event space that may be rented by the public for lectures, seminars, parties and other events.
Jean Place 744 Broad St, Newark, NJ07102 Jean Place, which has been in business for more than 25 years, is a retail store that specializes in men's clothing and…More apparel. It is in Newark's Central Business District, near Rutger's University.
St. John's Church 22 Mulberry St, Newark, NJ07102 St. John's Church is headed by Reverend Neil Mahoney. It was the first Roman Catholic Church to be built in the Newark…More area. Located near Rutger's University, services are held weekly. All community members are welcome to attend.
Louise A. Spencer Elementary School 66 Muhammad Ali Ave, Newark, NJ07108 This elementary school encompasses the Newark Early College High School (NECHS), which provides children in grade 6…More and up an opportunity for early campus exposure and continued reinforcement of its academic goals. NECHS prepares students for post-secondary academic work, with the goal of completing 30-60 credits of college before high school graduation. It has university partnerships with Rutgers University and Essex County College.
Essex County College 303 University Ave, Newark, NJ07102 This is the main campus of the county's public community college, covering three city blocks in University Heights.…More Essex County College is comprised of this campus, plus the West Essex campus in West Caldwell and the Police Academy in Cedar Grove. It offers associates' degrees in nearly 70 majors in bilingual studies, biology and chemistry, business, engineering technologies and computer sciences, humanities, mathematics and physics, nursing and allied health, and social sciences. Many ECC students go on to transfer to four-year institutions, such as the neighboring Rutgers - Newark and NJIT.
Newwork 239 Washington St, Newark, NJ07102 Newwork is a real estate development consulting company. Its planning/design and multimedia/marketing divisions work on…More development projects in and around the New York-New Jersey metropolitan area as well as internationally, in places such as Dubai, Egypt and Yemen. Recent clients have included the cities of Newark, Montclair and East Orange, Jersey City Redevelopment Authority, borough of Belmar, Rutgers University and PSE&G. Visit Newwork's website to view its portfolio of work.
Society Hill Community Center 1 Cornerstone Ln, Newark, NJ07103 The Society Hill Community Center in Newark, NJ is a collective of townhouses that are only a few blocks from Rutgers…More University, the New Jersey Institute of Technology, the University of Medicine & Dentistry, Essex County College and Seton Hall Law School. The Society Hill Community Center offers convenient access to all of the transportation systems into New York City, Jersey City and Hoboken.
Top Shelf Plus 577 Broad St, Newark, NJ07102 Top Shelf Plus is a gift shop near Rutgers University. It offers a wide selection of assorted items and knick-knacks,…More including posters, fans, African-American art, cloth and more.