Rutgers University-Camden : Profile

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406 Penn
Camden, NJ 08102
(856) 225-6095
Location: Mid East
Calendar: Semester

Get a snapshot of Rutgers University-Camden with this general overview, including student enrollment and graduation rates, average test scores, student demographics, and more.

Mission Statement

At the foot of the Ben Franklin Bridge, just across the Delaware River from historic Philadelphia, resides a vibrant intellectual community. This is Rutgers-Camden. Esteemed for the scholarly accomplishments of its faculty and students, treasured for its charming, intimate campus, and counted on by its neighbors for its community leadership, Rutgers-Camden plays a unique role as the most prominent institution of higher education in southern New Jersey. Rutgers-Camden began as an amalgam of the South Jersey Law School and the College of South Jersey, each founded in the 1920s. The combined schools became part of Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, in 1950, and the campus has been known as Rutgers-Camden since then. The smallest and youngest of Rutgers' three regional campuses, Rutgers-Camden has all the resources of a world-class public research university and all the advantages of an accessible campus that one can traverse in five minutes.

School Characteristics

Student Population
Public University
$10,532 per year

Length of Study: Four or more years
Religious Affiliation: None

Test Scores & GPA

Average GPA: GPA Unavailable
Average ACT: Not Available
Average SAT: 1075

School Profile

Total Enrollment: 5,159
Retention Rate: 78%
Graduation Rate: 62%

School Accreditation

National: No

Regional: Not Available
Federal: No

Male / Female Enrollment


Total Enrollment


School data was obtained from the US Dept. of Education's Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS). Data may vary depending on school and academic year.

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