Our comfortable, spacious suites and apartments feature modern amenities and the conveniences of a home away from home. Plus, you’ll get to class fast. You can walk to all our classrooms in 10 minutes or less.
Camden Tower Suites
The 10-story facility is the primary on-campus housing space for first-year students. Each furnished suite features three bedrooms to accommodate six students plus a living room and bathroom with vanity area.
This six-story building includes fully furnished two- and four-bedroom apartments with a living room, kitchen, dining area, and bathroom with vanity area.
330 Cooper Street
Opened in 2012, this 12-story building features one-, three-, and four-bedroom apartments with stainless steel kitchen appliances and full-sized beds.
You'll connect with other students who have similar academic interests and career goals by living in a Themed Floor Community. These unique living/learning experiences feature special workshops and study trips organized by and for your themed floor. Some examples:
- Business floor: Receive peer mentoring and support tailored to business students. You’ll be able to network starting your first day on campus.
- Health and medical sciences floor: Biology, nursing, and pre-medical science majors can live in an environment with students who understand the challenges of these programs.
- Transfer students: Living with other transfer students can help you make new connections. Staff on this floor will help you get acquainted with your new home.
How to Apply
Students who have accepted their admission may apply for housing after receiving a Rutgers NetID.
Why Live on Campus?
One price covers everything.
Fast internet and premium satellite TV.
Convenient laundry facilities.
Convenient housing contracts.
Off-Campus Housing Options
Camden and the surrounding region offer many lifestyle options: local neighborhoods, old-fashioned small towns, close and convenient suburbs, and Philadelphia, ranked by Fast Company as one of the top 20 most livable cities in the world for work and play balance.
- The Cooper Grant neighborhood, adjacent to campus along the Camden Waterfront, is a culturally diverse, civically active, and architecturally rich historic district.
- Philadelphia, with its diverse neighborhoods and housing options, delivers cosmopolitan living and a quick commute.
- Collingswood and Haddon Township, minutes away in New Jersey, attract students and professionals with walkable downtowns, an eclectic restaurant scene, and lively arts communities.
Your Dining Options
- The Campus Center features a full-service dining hall for breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks—and even take-out service.
- Starbucks Coffee, also in the Campus Center, is indispensable for morning eye-openers and afternoon pick-me-ups.
- The Bridge Café, located in the law school, serves up soup, sandwiches, snacks, and drinks.
- The Corner in the Campus Center offers great grab-and-go options when you’re on the run.
Neighborhood options range from Asian-American cuisine to New York-style pizza to traditional pub fare—all within walking distance.