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Why Douglass?

At Douglass we are serious about the future. We study everything. We push through the hard questions. We talk long into the night. We strive to understand each other’s perspective. We bring each other along. We believe that students have the power to achieve all their dreams—and we give them the tools to succeed both academically and professionally.

Douglass invites Rutgers—New Brunswick undergraduates, from the newly admitted to those in the middle of their junior year, to enroll in the College. We know the powerful growth that occurs when our students are surrounded by their diverse, passionate, and driven peers and introduced to concepts on which they can build their educational foundation. Through extensive mentoring, research, academic, and career opportunities, alongside our vibrant living-learning communities, students find their voices and passions.

We believe that every good future must include well-educated students with the confidence to speak up and the curiosity to listen. With hearts open to the community. With minds clear about justice and power. With experience raising our hands, stepping up, leaning in, and risking.

Hear from Students  

"Douglass taught me to take pride in my work, to stay curious, and to empower others along the way. These lessons will enable me to succeed, both inside and out of the workplace.” - Alana Bennett

Alana Bennett

Hear from Students

"The Douglass network is one of the most supportive and inspiring groups I’m a part of!” - Xinhua Huang

Xinhua Huang
Alana Bennett
Xinhua Huang

Commuter Students at Douglass

Douglass welcomes commuter students to the College and recognizes the particular needs of the commuter population. Even as a commuter, you will quickly learn to feel at home on Douglass through special programs hosted by The Beehives Commuter Association.

Students at Ludwig

Transfer Students

Students who transfer to Rutgers from various four and two-year schools face similar challenges: from adjusting to the size and expectations of Rutgers to new policies and requirements, to multiple campuses, bus routes, and a dizzying array of opportunities from which to choose. The Douglass staff, deans, and advisors at Douglass are very aware of the challenges that transfer students experience, especially upon arrival.

Students at the BOLD Center

Nontraditional Students (out of H.S. 5+ years)

Douglass recognizes that adult women students require different kinds of support and guidance than traditional aged college students. The Mary I. Bunting Program recognizes the needs of students who wish to complete college, either part-time or full-time, later in their lives and careers. Students receive individualized mentoring, special housing, and more. 

Bunting Student
Students at Ludwig
Students at the BOLD Center
Bunting Student

Scholarships at Douglass

Douglass has moved to invitation-only scholarship applications for eligible students through their Rutgers official email addresses. Eligible Douglass students will be invited to apply for Douglass scholarships on an annual basis in the spring. The Douglass Scholarship committee will award all Douglass scholarships according to the scholarship criteria. Students will be notified over the summer if they have been selected to receive a Douglass scholarship.

We strongly recommend that students interested in scholarship funding review information available from the Office of Financial Aid, and complete the annual FAFSA and all relevant financial aid paperwork.

Student at BOLD Career Conference

Questions About Enrollment?

Ellen Lieberman

Associate Dean, Undergraduate Programs

Kimberly Apadula (she/her)

Assistant Director of Student Outreach

Merylou Rodriguez (she/her)

Director of Scholarships, Housing and Student Engagement

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