name = Rutgers University
motto = Sol iustitiae et occidentem illustra
("Sun of righteousness, shine upon the West also.")
established = University of Newark: 1935
Rutgers-Newark: 1945
type = Public, research university
president=Richard L. McCormick
chancellor= Steven J. Diner
campus = Urban
city = Newark
state = New Jersey
country = USA
undergrad = 6,500
postgrad = 4,000
mascot = Scarlet Raider
free = US$398.2 million
free_label = Athletics
free = 10 sports teams

:"This article discusses Rutgers University's campus in Newark, New Jersey. For general information on the University as a whole, please see Rutgers University. For other uses of "Rutgers", please see Rutgers (disambiguation)."

Rutgers-Newark is the Newark campus of Rutgers University. It was formerly known as the University of Newark, which was merged with Rutgers in 1946 by an act of the New Jersey legislature. The University of Newark was established in 1935, growing out from the consolidation of five educational institutions in Newark—namely, Dana College, the Newark Institute of Arts and Sciences, the Seth Boyden School of Business, the Mercer Beasley School of Law, and the New Jersey Law School. Today, the 35 acre (14 hectare) Newark Campus, located in the city's University Heights neighborhood, consists of the following degree-granting divisions:

* Newark College of Arts and Sciences
* University College-Newark
* Graduate School–Newark []
* School of Public Affairs and Administration []
* College of Nursing []
* Rutgers Business School-Newark
* School of Criminal Justice []
* Rutgers School of Law-Newark


* Ackerson Hall
* Aidekman Hall
* Blumenthal Hall
* Seth Boyden Hall
* Bradley Hall
* Center for Law and Justice
* Conklin Hall
* The John Cotton Dana Library
* Englehard Hall
* Golden Dome Athletic Center
* Hill Hall
* Life Sciences Center
* Management Education Center
* Olsen Hall
* Paul Robeson Campus Center
* Smith Hall
* Stonsby Commons
* Talbott Hall
* University Square
* Woodward Hall

About 6,500 undergraduates and 4,000 graduate students attend the Newark campus, which Rutgers describes as having "the atmosphere of a liberal arts college" with the resources of a major research university. []

US News & World Report ranked Rutgers-Newark the most diverse university campus in the United States. []

ee also

* Colonial colleges
* List of notable Rutgers University people
* Public Ivy
* Rutgers University
* Rutgers-New Brunswick
* Rutgers-Camden

External links

* [ Rutgers-Newark]

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