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Bradley Hall (110 Warren St) is the place to shop, in the Barnes & Noble bookstore. Two academic departments -- Arts, Media and Culture, and Urban Education -- are in Bradley, as are the Learning Center, Academic Foundations Center, Bradley Theatre and the campus post office.
Home to the art and television classes, a theater, post office branch and bookstore, Bradley Hall was named for the man whose lone vote determined a Presidential election in 1876. Joseph P. Bradley graduated from Rutgers College in 1836 and was admitted to the New Jersey Bar in 1839. This patent, commercial and corporation lawyer ran unsuccessfully for Congress in 1862, but he was, however appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court in 1870 by President Grant. In 1877, Bradley was appointed to the Electoral Commission established by Congress to resolve the disputed 1876 election between Rutherford B. Hayes and Samuel Tilden. His vote for Hayes determined the outcome. Formerly part of a Prudential Insurance Company printing plant and distribution center, Bradley Hall was acquired by the university in 1971.
Joined Rutgers: 1946
Campus Size: 38 acres, 33 buildings
Interim Chancellor: Philip Yeagle
Undergraduate Majors: 40+
Graduate Programs: 20+ (JD, MA, MBA, MFA, MPA, MS, Ph.D.)
Athletics: 14 NCAA Division III women and men's teams
Enrollment (fall 2012)
Full-time Faculty: 585
Faculty with Terminal Degrees: 99%
Full-time Staff: 770
Male/Female Ratio: 50:50
Student/Faculty Ratio: 13:1
Nations Represented: 100+
On-campus Residents: 1,280
Basic Type: Research Universities (high research activity)
Special Classification: Community Engagement