The sheer size and complexity of Rutgers University–New Brunswick, equivalent in size to a small city, combined with its history as a series of independent campuses, have led to an overall lack of identity for the university as a whole.
This report offers many significant and concrete proposals for change. These proposals range from specific buildings to a broad re-thinking of the way students move around campus, as well as a new relationship between Rutgers–New Brunswick and the Raritan River, along whose banks both town and university originally grew.
In addition, the report provides a clear and strategic path forward for our Regional Biomedical and Health Sciences campuses. The RBHS Master Plan places an emphasis on interprofessional education, improves our research space, provides a more collaborative atmosphere, and elevates our medical professions while enhancing the delivery of critical care for our patients.
Table of Contents
2. THE PLANNING CONTEXT [PDF]
3. RUTGERS 2030 [PDF]
4. DISTRICT FRAMEWORKS [PDF]
- 4.5 RBHS [PDF]
5. PHASING AND IMPLEMENTATION [PDF]