Expansive green lawns, tree-lined paths, and Georgian Colonial architecture give Douglass its quiet charm. Home to Douglass Residential College, and many academic departments in the School of Arts and Sciences and the Mason Gross School of the Arts, this walkable campus is where you will find the nationally prominent Eagleton Institute of Politics, Institute for Women’s Leadership, Nicholas Music Center, and Jameson Theater.
- 1,720 student residents
- 45 academic buildings
- 5 libraries
- 29 residence halls
- 48 student lounges
- 1 Georgian Colonial Chapel
- Learn the history of Douglass Residential College
- Take a walking tour of the campus with a Red Pine Ambassador
- De-stress at the free mindfulness meditation class, held at the Douglass Student Center every Thursday at noon.
- Join in the tradition of the annual Yule Log Ceremony at Voorhees Chapel
- Live with others who share your passion for culture, language, or other special interests in one of the Global Village living-learning communities
- Enjoy a play at the Victoria J. Mastrobuono Theater
- Hear national and international experts speak at the Eagleton Institute of Politics
- Try a new recreation class at the Loree Gym
- Douglass CampusA Worldview
- Douglass CampusAn Early Home for Women Leaders
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- Douglass CampusVoorhees Chapel
- Douglass CampusArts Alive
- Douglass CampusEagleton Institute of Politics
- Douglass CampusScores and Scores of Scores
- Douglass CampusRobert E. Mortensen Hall
Open to all Rutgers–New Brunswick women (whether they live on campus or commute), Douglass Residential College knows student engagement and empowerment are the keys to success. Key features include:
- residential environments where learning is part of each day;
- courses open only to Douglass Residential College students;
- advisers who help you customize your academic journey;
- a core women's leadership course taken by all Douglass women.
What You’ll Find on Douglass
Dining Halls, Eateries, and Bookstores
Recreation Facilities and Sports Venues
Research Centers and Institutes
School and Campus Deans’ Offices
A Grand Sound
Voorhees Chapel houses the only organ of its kind in the Big Ten. Enjoy an aural treasure in a peaceful space.
Campus Dean and Dean of Students
The Campus Deans and the Office of the Dean of Students work collaboratively to enrich the academic experience of students and to provide support services. Their offices are located in the same building and they share a joint email account.
The Campus Dean and Dean of Douglass Residential College, Jacquelyn Litt, organizes academic programs and events that bring faculty and students together beyond the classroom.
The Dean of Students, Michelle R. Jefferson, focuses on campus well-being and assists students with medical, emotional, psychological, familial, or financial difficulties that are hampering academic success. If you find yourself struggling, the Dean of Students can help.