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Rutgers University-New Brunswick Office of Summer and Winter Sessions director, Liz Beasley, chats with a student

More than 750 students, parents, and school representatives showed up to learn more about pre-college opportunities at Rutgers


New Brunswick, New Jersey, January 25, 2018—Rutgers University–New Brunswick Office of Enrollment Management, in partnership with the Rutgers–New Brunswick Office of Summer and Winter Sessions, held the first K-12 Pre-College Opportunities Fair on January 20, 2018 at the Rutgers Student Center in New Brunswick, NJ. More than 750 participants from throughout the state attended the free event.


The fair provided an opportunity for individuals to engage with staff from a wide range of Rutgers pre-college programs, and learn about university-wide options available to K-12 students throughout the calendar year. Representatives from close to twenty different programs converged at the event.



Video: Introducing Rutgers Teaching and Learning with Technology (TLT)

Announcing Rutgers Teaching and Learning with Technology (TLT). Uniting the strengths of three units to provide a broader, more holistic focus on learning.

Learn more at tlt.rutgers.edu


Asbury Park: Rutgers Course Charts Seaside City’s Ups and Downs

Class on a tour of Asbury Park, NJ

Read more at Rutgers Today.


Janis Ian Interview & Performance

Janis Ian interview and performance

Janis Ian, Grammy-winning singer/songwriter and author, sat down with David Bianculli (TV Critic, Fresh Air) for a special interview an performance ahead of the 2017 Rutgers Writers' Conference. 

Presented by the Rutgers–New Brunswick Office of Summer and Winter Sessions, a unit of the Rutgers Division of Continuing Studies.

Learn more about the Rutgers–New Brunswick Writers' Conference at ruwriterscon.rutgers.edu



Q&A With Governor Tom Kean

Governor Thomas Kean

Reflections on the 30-Year Success of the Alternative Route Teaching Program

Before this program “Einstein could not have taught math in New Jersey” on the K-12 level"

Just over 30 years ago, Governor Tom Kean proposed landmark education reform through the Alternative Route Certification Program, which radically changed existing teacher training and certification laws.  The legislation allowed those with a bachelor’s degree in key subject areas to shorten the route to teacher certification and eliminate many education course requirements. This program is now an integral part of not just the New Jersey teacher employment system, but also is employed in many states nationwide.

Kean, who was the state’s 48thGovernor and is known worldwide for his role as chairman of the 9/11 Commission, reflects on the success of the Alternative Route Certification Program.

How did you know that this idea and the resulting legislation would be so successful?


Online and Hybrid Education Focus of Rutgers Conference for Educators

Some of the nation’s top experts in online education and hybrid learning share innovations and best practices.

NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. – Some of the nation’s top experts in online education and hybrid learning will share innovations and best practices at the Rutgers Online Learning Conference (RUOnlineCon) March 13, 2017 at the Hilton Doubletree in Somerset, NJ. Registration is available at ruonlinecon.rutgers.edu. The conference will explore available and emerging technologies, use of learning management systems, ancillary software and sites, new instructional methods, assessments, audio/video elements, and faculty training and resources.


Youngest Summer Scholar Ever, 9-Year-Old Ennyn Chiu, Finds a Perfect Fit at Rutgers

Enna Chiu and Ennyn Chiu at Rutgers Summer Scholars Program 2016

Of the 145 students in Rutgers’ summer scholar classes in New Brunswick, the majority are high school juniors and seniors. Ennyn Chiu, along with her 11-year-old sister Enna, are both enrolled in the same class, making them youthful standouts among the teenagers in the room.

Read the Rutgers Today article here


Atlantic Cape Community College and Rutgers University–Camden Sign Conditional Acceptance Agreement

Atlantic Cape Community College and Rutgers University–Camden Sign Conditional Acceptance Agreement

Atlantic Cape Community College and Rutgers University–Camden signed a Conditional Acceptance Agreement May 11, allowing students to complete three years of a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree at Atlantic Cape and seamlessly transfer to Rutgers–Camden for completion.The 3+1 agreement allows students to pay the lower tuition and fees at Atlantic Cape for an additional year, a savings of more than $20,000, before transferring to the Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden.


Sun, Sand And ‘RU At The Shore’ Once More

Photo of the beach

Rutgers offers 13 summer courses in Point Pleasant Beach and Wildwood

NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. – Rutgers University-New Brunswick’s Summer Session will again reach out to Jersey Shore aficionados looking to advance their education with 13 courses for academic credit in its second “RU at the Shore” season. Fifty-nine students enrolled in inaugural RU at the Shore classes last summer.

Rutgers will offer courses in Point Pleasant Beach and Wildwood, a new location for 2016. All shore classes will be conducted in a hybrid format, combining in-class and online learning experiences, beginning June 27. Registration at summer.rutgers.edu/news continues through June 1. Late registration (with late fee) continues through June 24.


Rutgers Launches Pre-Engineering Summer Academy

Rutgers Launches Pre-Engineering Summer Academy

Weeklong program introduces field to U.S., international high school students

NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. – The Rutgers University-New Brunswick Summer Session will launch a Pre-Engineering Summer Academy in 2016, a one-week, on-campus certificate program for high school students that introduces them to engineering fields through first-hand contact with practitioners and educators.

The new program is open to U.S. high school and international secondary school juniors and seniors, ages 16-18, and is scheduled for July 31-Aug. 6, 2016. Rutgers School of Engineering faculty members and practicing professional engineers serve as instructors. The academy faculty will introduce the students to disciplines including aerospace, biomedical, civil, computer, electrical, forensic and mechanical engineering. The integrated program involves lectures, demonstrations, hands-on projects, tours and field trips.