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Logistical Services runs shuttle services throughout the day (7AM – 10 PM) between Penn Station, Broad & Market St., MSB, Ambulatory Care Building, Bergen Building, 12th Ave, and ICPH. During peak commuting hours, additional buses stop at 4 of the 6 stops. Rutgers ID badges are required.
The CHEN shuttle provides continuous transportation throughout the listed institutions Rutgers, University of Medicine and Dentistry, Essex County College and New Jersey Institute of Technology. This shuttle operates Monday thru Friday - starting at 8 am with continuous runs until 10 pm.
Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences (RBHS) currently provides a Housing Forum. This resource is helpful for finding affordable rental property and advertising within the Rutgers community for potential roommates. NOTE: The information about the housing opportunities described below, may be of interest to you. We have not investigated this information, therefore, this is not an endorsement. We encourage you to do your own research into these properties if it is of interest to you.
Graduate Student Housing
RBHS has opened its first housing facility, located at its Newark campus. The building not only provides housing for Rutgers students, but also expands current parking capacity and will provide retail space for the use and benefit of the entire Rutgers community.
The building contains 234 residential apartment units in a 14 story
structure (9 stories of housing on top of a 5 story addition to the current
parking deck). Housing a total of 465 students, it offers a mix of unit
types including: 46 studio apartments; 34 one-bedroom apartments; 77
two-bedroom apartments; and 77 three-bedroom apartments. Each unit is fully furnished with efficient kitchens, accessible bathrooms, and convenient cable/phone/internet ports.
Residents will have secured and direct access from the parking deck to the lobby of the residential facility. To ensure security, the parking area will be equipped with security cameras, panic buttons, telephones, and enhanced lighting.
The building will, in the near future, also provide a campus fitness center and space for several retail establishments. Of the project's total square footage of 450,040, 3% (13,501 square feet) is allocated for retail, 59% (265,524 square feet) is allocated for residential and 38% (171,015 square feet) is allocated for parking.
The project was completed in August 2006. Rental rates for the apartments are available from the University Housing authority.