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Join Us for Rutgers Day, Saturday, April 27

Join Us for Rutgers Day

Play a prize wheel, experience 3-D printing, enter to win a $500 scholarship. These opportunities and more await visitors to the Division of Continuing Studies’ (DoCS) programs at Rutgers Day, this Saturday, April 27, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., on Rutgers’ New Brunswick Campuses.

Virtual Rutgers: Past Present, Future, and Making Reality in the Busch Campus Center will give visitors the opportunity to experience 3-D printing and game technology for a virtual experience. Meet Rutgers students who are engaged in exciting makerspace projects.

In the Bishop House area on the College Avenue Campus, visit the Summer Session booth to enter a raffle to win a $500 scholarship toward a Summer Session course.

On Voorhees Mall on the College Avenue Campus:

Stop by the DoCS table to learn about Lifelong Learning at Rutgers, including online job training, Workforce Development grants, and professional education and pick up an “R” dot for your smart phone or tablet. Ask us about continuing education programs that can work for you.

Play the prize wheel at the Rutgers University Inn and Conference Center table and find out about the inn’s lodging, retreat, and meeting services.

Visit the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Rutgers University, known as OLLI-RU, to learn about their upcoming summer programs in film, music, art, history and more for learners over 50. Correctly identify Rutgers alumni from a list of well-known college graduates, and earn a chance to win a free OLLI-RU class.

Find out about Rutgers Summer Reading Programs for pre-school through post-secondary levels taught across the state by instructors from the Institute of Reading Development.

Visit to learn more about programs in the Division of Continuing Studies.

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