Live among other women students pursuing majors in science, technology, engineering and mathematics in the first residence hall in the nation to be dedicated to women in these fields. Bunting-Cobb Residence Hall offers a supportive community for women pursuing these areas of study.
Programming centers around peer study groups, career programs, internship resources and skill enhancement sessions. The residents also have access to a resource library and a networked computer room.
Other benefits include:
- Graduate mentoring
- In-house tutoring and study groups
- Computer lab/library
- Academic and professional development seminars/workshops
- Faculty roundtables
- FIGS course - "Exploring Careers in Science," a 1-credit house course (required for all first-year students living in Bunting-Cobb)
Each resident of Bunting-Cobb is responsible for:
- Going to scheduled meetings with a graduate mentor
- Attending and actively participating in two Bunting-Cobb professional development programs per semester
- Maintaining an atmosphere within the residence hall conducive to study
- Taking the FIGS course, "Exploring Careers in Science," in the fall semester (required for first-year students only)
Women 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. If you have questions about your eligibility, please email Beth Bors at firstname.lastname@example.org.
New students interested in living in Bunting-Cobb Residence Hall 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.