Martin Hall and Passion Puddle on the Cook campus

George H. Cook Campus

At a Glance

The George H. Cook campus is a vibrant academic oasis at Rutgers University–New Brunswick, humming with exploration of all things environmental. The agrarian heritage of the campus remains strong: Cook is home base to both the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences and the New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station.

Student residence halls and apartments
Student lounges
Livestock farm
Student residents

Must-Dos and Sees

Cook campus is where we engage the stuff of life: what happens under the sea, the flora and fauna of the earth, how we interact with our environment, what we eat, and how the atmosphere and farthest reaches of the heavens affect our lives.

Cook and Douglass campuses are not rigidly defined, so you'll often find references to the Cook/Douglass campus

Discover a collection of over 200,000 pinned specimens at Rutgers Entomological Museum

Discover a new way of life at the Helyar House cooperative living community

Hang out with cute puppies and help make a difference with the Seeing Eye Puppy Raising Club

Attend the annual New Jersey Folk Festival and Ag Field Day, both part of Rutgers Day

Go beyond the classroom with School of Environmental and Biological Sciences programs

Take It All In

Get a bird's eye view of the schools, hangouts, amenities, and special places that make Cook campus unique.

Two brown yearling horses on Cook Campus in a field at the Equine Science Center

Experience Cook Campus

Get a Closer Look

Pinpoint popular destinations, academic departments, student services and activities, and more across campus.