As a Rutgers University-Newark student, you have the option to eat at seven dining locations on campus and variety of choices for a student meal plan. Our dining experiences are tasty and affordable.Campus Dining Options- click here to learn more
- Stonsby Commons
- 1 Park Bistro
- Law & Justice Cafe
- Robeson Food Court
- Market at Rutgers Newark
- University Club
Benefits of Living on Campus
- One price covers rent, wireless internet and digital cable.
- A computer network connection is available for all students in all University residence halls, providing 24-hour access to the Internet.
- Laundry rooms are available in each building.
- Convenient academic year, calendar year, and summer-only contracts.
- The entrances to residence halls are monitored 24 hours a day, seven days a week, by Rutgers security officers.
On-Campus Housing Options
- Woodward Hall houses first-year undergraduate students and some newly admitted transfer students. Students live in suite-style accommodations with three double bedrooms, a living room, bathroom, and vanity area.
- University Square houses first-year and upper-class students. Four students live in two-bedroom apartments sharing a living room, kitchen, and bathroom.
- Talbott Apartments house first-year through upper-class students. These suite style apartments accommodate four students in either double or single rooms and include a kitchen, bathroom, and living room.
- 15 Washington Apartments house graduate and some upper-class students. Apartment styles include studios and two, three, and four bedrooms and include a kitchen, bathroom, and living room.
- 180 Market Street is the first residence facility to be added to the RBHS campus. Eligible applicants for these apartments are full-time matriculated RBHS students.
- All campus housing options are fully furnished (including a bed, desk, dresser, and closet), and offer digital cable television, wireless Internet connectivity, air conditioning, and carpeting in Woodward, University Square, West Market Street, and Talbott.
Honors College Residence Floor
Houses first-year students who have been accepted into the Newark College of Arts and Sciences Honors College. Students may request to live on this floor, located on the eighth floor of Woodward Hall. Students have access to Honors advisement during registration time periods and have an upper-class Honors College resident assistant serving as an additional resource.
Honors Living-Learning Community (HLLC)
HLLC scholars reside together as part of their cohort-driven curriculum and residence life program. The program has two sections and a total of two floors between the University Square and Talbott Apartments, where HLLC scholars live and learn at Rutgers University–Newark with students from all over the world.
In the near future, a state-of-the-art HLLC residence hall will open with dining, recreational, and academic spaces that will host upwards of 500 talented undergraduate students.
Multi–Cultural Perspective Residence Floor
First-year students who have an interest in advancing their knowledge and experience with diversity and social justice can request to live in this community on the ninth floor of Woodward Hall. Students from diverse backgrounds-all sexual orientations, races, religions, cultures, abilities, genders, and classes–come together and explore each other's stories.
High on Life Residence Floor
You Have a Choice to Live Substance Free at RU-N —This floor supports first-year students wishing to live in an alcohol- and drug-free environment. Participation in activities, events, and clubs are strongly encouraged so students can maximize their university experience. Residents agree to not be under the influence of any substance in this community. Residents agree to remain substance free in this community.
Rutgers Business School Residence Floor
First-year students who have been accepted into the Rutgers Business School may request to be assigned to this floor, located on the seventh floor of Woodward Hall.
Students may request to live in a Recovery/Substance-Free apartment in Talbott Hall. Students requesting this option will be contacted directly by a staff member from University Counseling Services to determine eligibility for this living option.