Rutgers Opens Continuing Studies Center In Somerset
Rutgers Continuing Education Center at Atrium available for education, business and professional events
NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. – The Rutgers Division of Continuing Studies and Lifelong Learning has opened the Rutgers Continuing Education Center at Atrium, an executive training facility for continuing and professional education programs and events.
Located in Somerset, N.J., at 300 Atrium Drive, the newly opened educational facility features a 20,000 square-foot suite. It offers free parking and on-site food service and catering in a modern facility with high-quality design, glass exteriors and spacious lobbies.
The new facility, which held a grand opening in May 2016, already is hosting programs for Rutgers Continuing Studies. It is available for Rutgers events for faculty, students and administration by calling 732-412-7397 or visiting www.rutgersatrium.com.
The facility features eight classrooms of varying sizes to hold from 18 to 64 attendees, a 2,800-square foot banquet room, and private workstations and meeting areas. It is available for daily and multiday conferences.
The Rutgers Continuing Education Center at Atrium is located in a park-like campus setting adjacent to I-287 and within minutes of downtown New Brunswick as well as major highways I-78, U.S. Route 22, the New Jersey Turnpike and the Garden State Parkway. It is adjacent to the Doubletree Hotel and Garden State Exhibit Center in Somerset.
“The demand for continuing and professional education continues to grow, and the new Rutgers Continuing Education Center at Atrium is a significant new resource for Rutgers for continuing education and other educational programs, meetings and events,” said Richard J. Novak, vice president of continuing studies and distance learning at Rutgers.
About Rutgers Division of Continuing Studies: Rutgers University’s Division of Continuing Studies (DoCS) focuses on lifelong learning needs and opportunities. Serving all Rutgers campuses, the division includes more than 135 employees in 20 business units providing hundreds of credit and noncredit programs with thousands of participants from youth to retirees. DoCS also provides educational support services combining pedagogy and technology, including instructional design and course management systems for online, face-to-face and hybrid learning environments.