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    Have a question? Ask anyone in a neon green or neon orange T-shirt , head over to an information tent, or call 732-445-info (4636).

    Saturday, April 30, 2016

    Rutgers UniversityNew Brunswick

  • R U T G E R S , T H E S T A T E U N I V E R S I T Y O F N E W J E R S E Y

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    College Ave Busch Campus Cook Davis

    Liberty Street/New Street

    Zimmerli Art Museum

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    Trainstation

    Douglass Student Center

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    Busch Student Center

    Livingston Shuttle

    Werblin Recreation Center

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    Rutgers Day BusLoop and Stops

    Livingston Shuttle

    Kirkpatrick Chapel

    Geology Hall

    Voorhees Hall/Zimmerli Art Museum

    Murray Hall

    Milledoler Hall

    Graduate School of Education

    Van Dyck Hall

    Scott Hall

    New Jersey Hall

    Community Zone

    Bishop House Area

    ROTC

    Alexander Library

    Gymnasium

    College Avenue Student Center

    Brower Commons

    College Farm

    Environmental & Natural Resource Sciences Building

    4-Way Intersection

    Marine Sciences Building

    Food Science Building/Institute for Food, Nutrition & Health

    Plant Sale

    Lipman Hall

    Lipman Learning House

    Loree Building

    Waller Hall

    Floriculture Greenhouses

    Blake Hall

    Douglass Student Center

    New Jersey Folk Festival

    Neilson Dining Hall

    Cook Student Center

    Busch Student Center

    Center for Advanced Infrastructure & Transportation (CAIT)

    Biomedical Engineering Building

    Fiber Optics Building

    Engineering Area

    CORE

    Math Sciences Library

    Hill Center

    Science & Engineering Resource Center

    Wright Rieman Laboratories

    Life Sciences Building

    Cell & DNA Repository

    Allison Road Programming

    Physics & Astronomy Building

    Life Sciences Area

    Physics Lecture Hall

    Stadium Area

    University Inn & Conference Center

  • Welcome to Rutgers DayExplore our proud history as a colonial college and our bright future as a comprehensive research institution. Whether youre a first-time guest or a frequent visitor, we invite you to get reacquainted with our great university and have some fun along the way! This year marks the 250th anniversary of Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, with expanded programming at Rutgers UniversityCamden, Rutgers UniversityNew Brunswick, and Rutgers UniversityNewark. Rutgers Day also coincides with Alumni Weekend, hosted by the Rutgers University Alumni Association at all three regional locations.

    Pitch InWe have set an ambitious goal: keep all waste generated during Rutgers Day out of landfills. Help us reach this goal by placing your recyclables and compostables in the appropriate containers located throughout each campus.

    General Information & Map KeyProgram LocationsFind the general location of specific programs by matching it with the red circled number on the campus maps.

    Information TentsYour destination for questions, directions, campus maps, first aid requests, and other assistance.

    ParkingRutgers lots designated on the maps are open and free. Buses should park on the Livingston Campus.

    Rutgers Day Bus TransportationThe free Rutgers Day Bus Loop runs continuously to the Busch, College Avenue, and Cook/Douglass campuses, with a northbound stop at Liberty Street and a southbound stop at New Street in downtown New Brunswick. Please note that only official guide dogs for the seeing or hearing impaired are allowed on Rutgers buses.

    Livingston ShuttleThis shuttle runs regularly between the Busch and Livingston student centers.

    Alumni ShuttleBus transportation to and from the Heldrich and Hyatt hotels is available for Alumni Weekend attendees.

    First Aid and Emergency ServicesAssistance is available at the information tents as well as from Rutgers Day staff and public safety personnel. Emergency phones are located throughout our campuses. Call the Rutgers Police at 732-932-7211 or dial 911.

    Lost Persons and ItemsImmediately report a lost person to the nearest information tent or to any Rutgers Day staff member in a neon green or neon orange T-shirt. You can also call the Rutgers Police at 732-932-7211. Report or bring lost items to the nearest infor-mation tent.

    RestroomsRestrooms are available in all buildings open for Rutgers Day. (Open buildings indicated in blue on campus maps.)

    DiningEach campus offers dining halls and food vendors.

    Performance StagesStages feature premier entertainment all day long!

    Alumni Weekend ProgramsScarlet Headquarters for alumni on each campus offer the opportunity to catch up with old friends, enjoy refreshments and activities, and get information about Alumni Weekend events. (See inside back cover for more information.)

    AccessibilityAll Rutgers Day buses and most Rutgers buildings (except historic buildings) are wheelchair accessible. Passenger golf cart shuttles are available in some areas of the Busch and Cook/Douglass campuses for visitors with mobility issues. Look for the shuttle stops on each campus map.

    Photography and VideographyPhotographs and videos taken at Rutgers Day may appear in our publications and website. By attending Rutgers Day, you grant Rutgers all rights to use these photos and videos in any medium and for all purposes that support the mission of the university. Please let our photographer or videographer know if you do not want your image taken.

    CONTENTS 2 Rutgers Day Overview Map

    3 General Information & Map Key

    4 Busch Campus

    12 College Avenue Campus

    20 Cook/Douglass Campus

    27 Alumni Weekend

  • 12 College Avenue Campus

    Have a question? Ask anyone in a neon green or neon orange T-shirt , head over to an information tent, or call 732-445-info (4636).

    Face Painting with FIMRC Stop by for water tattoos, stickers, glitter tattoos, and face painting. Foundation for International Medical Relief of Children CABH-411

    Fears vs. Dreams Write down your biggest fear or your greatest dream. Share your words with others. To Write Love on Her Arms, Rutgers Chapter CABH-539

    Fight Alzheimers with Sigma Kappa Have fun while learning more about the Alzheimers Association. Prizes, photo booth, and a memory matching game. Sigma Kappa Sorority-Zeta Phi Chapter CABH-208

    International Games for Families Play games from around the world and learn about a group that supports international women at Rutgers. International Womens Group CABH-498

    Its Storytime Share and reenact a memorable story from your life, and have your photo taken and shared on the TEDx Rutgers Facebook page in hopes of inspiring others. TEDx Rutgers University CABH-781

    Jesus Sandals Visit a craft table and henna station. Make a flower crown or pick up printed Bible verses. Water and snacks, too! Worship House CABH-494

    Kids C.A.F.E. Make a friendly greeting card to share with a child here in New Brunswick or in Sierra Leone, Haiti, the Dominican Republic, and Colombia. G.O.Y.A. Project CABH-493

    Kodenkan Jujitsu Stop by for a lesson in this self-defense system that challenges your mind, body, and spirit. Kodenkan Jujitsu Club CABH-335

    Learn Irish Step Dancing Put your best foot forward! Club members teach visitors the basics of Irish dance. Irish Dance Club CABH-289

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    RESURRECTIONBURIAL PARK

    ELMWOOD CEMETERY

    ST. PETERS CEMETERY

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    Athletic Fields

    Bainton Field

    Livingston Student

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    Livingston Student Center (World of Work)

    Fountain Area

    Kilmer Library

    Janice H. Levin Building

    Louis BrownAthletic Center(RAC)

    Beck Hall

    Livingston Classroom Building

    Lucy Stone Hall A Wing

    LivingstonBookstore

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