Information for Alumni and Supporters
Curious about what your former classmates are up to? The information on this page can help you stay informed and engaged. Whether you want to know the happenings of the Rutgers University Alumni Association or how RU-N alumni are distinguishing themselves, you’ll find it here.
Supporters and alumni of Rutgers-Newark are invited to visit Alumni Center's website for relevant information.
Supporters and alumni of the Rutgers Health Sciences Campus at Newark are invited to visit http://rbhs.rutgers.edu/ for relevant information.
Donor generosity keeps our university strong and allows Rutgers to branch out in many directions through teaching, discovery, and community engagement.
Many of our alumni have attained national and international distinction in their professions or disciplines. Prominent graduates include United States senators and congressmen, New Jersey Supreme Court justices, and leaders in the fields of law, nursing and health care, business, humanities, and the public sector.
Taji Reisch draws on her personal life experiences to comfort the terminally ill and their families.
Video conversations with some of our most distinguished alumni, including Elizabeth Warren, Judith Viorst and Al Koeppe.
The Rutgers University Alumni Association serves all alumni of Rutgers University through communication, programming, services, and volunteer opportunities. Membership in the RUAA is free and automatically granted to all graduates of Rutgers University upon graduation.
Rutgers Business School boasts a global alumni network of more than 33,000 living graduates represented throughout the world in every facet of business. Their collective achievements are a source of infinite pride and distinction to the university.
The association fosters the social and educational interests of alumni members through communication, recuitment and networking. (The Rutgers College of Nursing and the School of Nursing at the former University of Medicine and Dentistry of NJ have merged.)
With our 100-year history, and more than 10,000 living alumni throughout the nation, Rutgers alumni have been, are now, and will remain a force in the legal community and public service.
The annual Rutgers Alumni Day of Service movement brings together hundreds of alumni volunteers to make an impact in their own local communities—all in the name of Rutgers, all on one day. Rutgers University’s commitment to service dates back to its founding fathers on Rutgers’ Charter Day, November 10, 1766. Rutgers University-Newark alumni were part of the activities.
The Rutgers Newark Child Care Center is now open to serve Rutgers faculty, staff, students and alumni.