Congratulations to the Class of 2014!
Please join us for the 93rd Douglass Convocation on Saturday, May 17, 2014, on Antilles Field, next to the Voorhees Chapel on... Learn more »
Your Rutgers degree, refined
As a top-tier research institution, the Rutgers education is world-class. At Douglass, we take it one step further. Learn more »
Come visit us
From brand-new student clubs to time-honored traditions, there are so many events happening on our campus…come experience... Learn more »
A history of successful women
When you join Douglass, you join a rich history of successful women. More importantly, you write your own future of success. Learn more »



Douglass Governing Council (DGC) Meeting
The DGC will meet from 7-8:30pm in Trayes Hall of the DCC. Learn more »
Douglass Campus Film Series: Victoria Mamas
This short documentary follows three women and their families living in the small village of Shirati, Tanzania on the shores of Lake Victoria. Learn more »
Douglass Friends of UNFPA Event
Please join us for a discussion with Taida Wolfe, an expert on women's health and the intersection of race, class, gender and reproductive experience. Learn more »
Douglass Governing Council (DGC) Meeting
The DGC will meet from 7-8:30pm in Trayes Hall of the DCC. Learn more »
55th Anniversary of the Mary I. Bunting Program at Douglass
Bunting Connections and the Sophia Club cordially invite you to join in a celebration of the 55th Anniversary of the Mary I. Bunting Program at Douglass Learn more »


Elect Her–Campus Women Win, the only program that trains college women to run for student government and future office, came to Douglass Residential College Learn more »
Douglass hosted the “Victoria Dabrowski Schmidt ‘42 Career Conference for Douglass Women” on February 22, 2014 at the Douglass Campus Center. Learn more »
RUTGERS MAGAZINE: Since its founding in 1918, Douglass continues to be a beacon of inspiration for women. Read a profile of Douglass in the Winter 2014 edition of Rutgers Magazine. Learn more »
The Douglass Friends of UNFPA attended a weekend retreat focused on women’s health, human rights, population, and development in New York City, January 24-25, 2014. Learn more »
Five students met with Senior Advisor Carolyn Fefferman about the importance of strengthening support for women’s health. Learn more »


Join the Douglass Greeter Program, which is a volunteer team of energetic and enthusiastic Douglass women who offer a warm welcome Learn more »
Students may nominate each other as well as themselves. Selections are made by a committee of deans and DRC staff. Deadline is March 14. Learn more »
Applications for the 2014-2015 academic year are now available and due by FRIDAY, MARCH 14TH. Fill out your application here: Requirements: Applicants must have demonstrated excellence in the Knowledge and Power: Issues in Women's Leadership course and have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.2. Learn more »
Earn 3 credits this summer and serve as an English conversation partner in New Brunswick Conversation Cafés. Learn more »
Join the oldest Douglass student group on campus and be part of a tradition of excellence, leadership and DRC pride. Learn more »


Serving as a White House intern, Douglass Senior Jenae Keith gets a close look at the most powerful office in the free world. Learn more »
The namesake of the Career Conference for Douglass Women continues to awe students with her magnetic charm and dynamism. Learn more »
The leading media spokeswoman on issues of equality gave a public lecture on February 27 at the Livingston Campus Center. The event was streamed live. Watch the archive video. Learn more »
The perfect housing option for students who wish to develop language skills, intercultural appreciation and global awareness. Learn more »
The “Douglass Difference” in preparing women for careers in STEM has proven to be a formula for success. Learn more »