Getting Started

This page provides the information you will need to get off to a productive start on campus.

Gateway for New Faculty

The Gateway for New Faculty site is designed to provide new faculty members with the information they need to get started at the university.

The Benefits of Working at Rutgers

As one of New Jersey's major employers, Rutgers offers competitive salaries and comprehensive benefits packages, including health benefits programs, retirement and insurance plans, liberal paid time off, and full or partial tuition remission options for employees and their children.

The Rutgers Community

Thinking about joining the Rutgers community? Browse the links on this page to learn about our enriching environment.

The Local Community

Living and working in New Jersey offers you and your family many opportunities. The quality of life is excellent. In 2008, Money Magazine named nine New Jersey cities as Best Places to Live. The list includes Piscataway, home to the Busch and Livingston campuses, which was listed among the top 25 cities. Come see why New Jersey and you are perfect together.

Rutgers University Campuses

Rutgers is deeply rooted in New Jersey, a densely populated, diverse, and complex state that is a microcosm of 21st-century America. Rutgers has three regional campuses: Rutgers–Camden, Rutgers–Newark, and Rutgers–New Brunswick.

Getting Around Rutgers

Learn more about the different ways to get around campus from the campus bus system to NJ Transit and others.

Entertainment Opportunities

You will find a multitude of sporting events, entertainment opportunities, restaurants, and retail shopping at Rutgers University.

Higher Education Recruitment Consortium (HERC)

The New Jersey/Eastern Pennsylvania/Delaware Higher Education Recruitment Consortium (NJ/EPA/DE HERC) is an association of educational institutions whose purpose is to promote awareness of employment opportunities for their participating members.