Newspaper article The Record (Bergen County, NJ)

Rutgers Students Get First Look at Renovations on Its 3 Campuses

Newspaper article The Record (Bergen County, NJ)

Rutgers Students Get First Look at Renovations on Its 3 Campuses

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Students at Rutgers arrived Tuesday at campuses showcasing several new buildings and $3 million in upgrades to existing classrooms.

The heart of the flagship campus along College Avenue in New Brunswick has gotten a substantial makeover with the opening this semester of a 175,000-square-foot academic building that is home to the School of Arts and Sciences, constructed at a cost of $116 million. Nearby a three-building, 440-bed, student apartment complex also has debuted.

Unlike many other schools with flat or declining enrollment, Rutgers continues to grow. Today, it welcomes its largest incoming freshman class of 8,600 students across three campuses in New Brunswick-Piscataway, Newark and Camden, the university said.

The $91 million apartment complex is the first new housing on the College Avenue Campus in a generation. …

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