Bunting-Cobb Residence Hall: A Living-Learning Community for Women in STEM

Live among other women students pursuing majors in the sciences, technology, engineering and mathematics in the first residence hall in the nation to be dedicated to women in these fields. This supportive community enables students to realize their academic goals in an environment that is conducive for success in the sciences.

  • Graduate mentoring to assist residents as they develop academic and personal goals
  • In-house tutoring and study groups
  • Computer lab and library
  • Professional development seminars and leadership workshops
  • Faculty roundtable and networking events
  • "Exploring Careers in Science" FIGS course, a 1-credit house course that is required for all first-year students living in Bunting-Cobb

Students attending Rutgers–New Brunswick who are pursuing any of the science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) disciplines are eligible to live in Bunting-Cobb. New students interested in living in Bunting-Cobb need to complete our short application in addition to selecting Bunting-Cobb as their living option in the Rutgers housing application through the Enrollment Pathway.

For more information please contact:

Beth Bors
Coordinator, Residential and PreCollege STEM Programs
Douglass Project for Rutgers Women in Math, Science and Engineering
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
bbors@echo.rutgers.edu
848-932-1533