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

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 bbors@echo.rutgers.edu.

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.