The expansive Livingston campus is located in Piscataway and is the youngest of Rutgers University–New Brunswick’s five campuses. Fondly referred to as “Livi” by students, it is a compact walkable area nicely balancing academics—with a stunning new modern building for business students—and entertainment, with a plaza featuring a movie theater and restaurants.
- 3,639 student residents
- 20 academic buildings
- 1 library
- 13 residence halls
- 96 student lounges
- 1 Jersey diner
- Head to the RAC and cheer on the Rutgers women’s basketball team under legendary coach C. Vivian Stringer
- Watch the woods wake up on an early spring hike through the Ecological Preserve
- Stroll by the water jets on a summer day for a quick cool-off
- Attend a performance by the Livingston Theatre Company
- Catch a first-run movie at the Rutgers Cinema
- Livingston CampusA Compact Core within a Great Expanse
- Livingston CampusA Campus Emerges
- Livingston CampusRutgers Business School
- Livingston CampusSolar Energy
- Livingston CampusJames Dickson Carr Library
- Livingston CampusLivingston Student Center
- Livingston CampusGood Food
- Livingston CampusNew Housing
- Livingston CampusRutgers Cinema
- Livingston CampusThe Louis Brown Athletic Center
What You’ll Find on Livingston
Dining Halls, Eateries, and Stores
Recreation Facilities, Entertainment, and Sports Venues
Research Centers and Institutes
School and Campus Deans’ Offices
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, Lea P. Stewart, organizes academic programs and events that bring faculty and students together beyond the classroom.
The Dean of Students, Jeffrey Broggi, 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.