Ways to Engage
Below are different opportunities to engage with us virtually and learn more about the Honors College.
Prospective students can learn about our curriculum, ways to get involved, leadership and professional opportunities, and our deep network of support.
Take a Virtual Tour with our student Ambassadors to see the different spaces and hear their insights about life at the Honors College.
Live Student Panels
Hear Ambassadors talk about academics, getting involved, leadership opportunities, study abroad, career development, and life at the HC, and ask your questions!
From financial support for research and women in STEM, to study abroad and student emergency funds, many more students receive the opportunity to grow and thrive.
Students attain a rich, four-year undergraduate experience majoring in any subject with a conditional guarantee to medical school at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School without taking the MCAT.
Through on-site professional development advising, students receive intensive career counseling, internship and externship support, masterclasses with industry leaders, employer and alumni networking, and more.
Dates & Timeline
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Honors College invitations are sent.
Accept your Honors College invitation by enrolling in the school you were invited through.
Discover Life at the HC
See life at the Honors College through our traditions and students' experiences.
Meet Our Student Ambassadors
Honors College Ambassadors serve an important role in helping prospective students feel welcome and learn about life at the HC.
Why Students Choose the Honors College
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Honors College Return on Investment
Measured by comparing the average starting salary of our first graduating class (2019) with the in-state cost of attendance, the average net five-year return for an Honors College student on their education is more than $275,000.*
* The ROI for attending the Honors College at Rutgers–New Brunswick is calculated based on the methodology used by Poets & Quants and Rutgers data. The average starting salary of members of the Honors College Class of 2019 was approximately $70,000.