We’re proud of our reputation for academic quality and our deep commitment to accessibility. Discover the value in a Rutgers University–Camden education.

FAFSA Priority Filing Dates

FALL ENROLLMENT

  • First-year: December 1

  • Transfer: February 1

  • Returning: December 1

SPRING ENROLLMENT

  • October 1

Rutgers’ federal school code is 002629.

Tuition & Fees

See costs for undergraduate and graduate study, housing, and meal plans, and learn more about in-state tuition eligibility.

Financial Aid

We’ll help make your Rutgers–Camden degree a reality through a variety of financial aid programs, including scholarships, grants, loans, and work-study.

Bridging the Gap

This unique program for first-year, full-time undergraduate students from New Jersey, as well as transfer students from Camden County College, allows families to reduce their college tuition up to 100 percent.

Scholarships & Grants

As a public institution and a state university, Rutgers University–Camden is committed to making our superb education accessible to the best and the brightest. That’s why we offer a generous slate of scholarships and grants.

How to Apply

The first step in receiving financial aid is to apply for it. Make sure you submit your FAFSA by Rutgers’ priority dates.

Apply for Financial Aid

Questions?

Our financial aid specialists can help.

Contact Financial Aid

The Value of a Rutgers–Camden Degree

The global reputation that comes from one of America’s oldest, most respected research universities—plus a personalized education where you matter.
How’s that for a great value?

It was such a huge relief to my parents for me to be enrolled in the Bridging the Gap program. It was very important that I get a good education while not taking out huge student loans and putting my parents or myself in debt.
Sierra Neal
Psychology
I can graduate from college and go right into starting my life without worrying about another bill.
Samantha Cotton
Management
Bridging the Gap is definitely keeping me in school. If I hadn’t participated in this program, I could drown in student loans.”
Earl Chavez
Nursing