Due to recent construction the 2nd floor of the Paul Robeson Library will be without any air conditioning from 6/27 to 6/29.
On 6/29 construction may block the front steps, please use our accessible side ramp.
The Philoclean Society of Rutgers College was a literary society founded on December 8, 1825 and was the second of two college literary societies established in the nineteenth century. The society's purpose was to improve the members skills in declamation, composition, and debate, to provide access to literature through the society's lending library, and to host the annual Junior Exhibition and the Commencement week oration.
A new research guide serves as a portal to information for Rutgers students impacted by the decision to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program that was announced by Attorney General Sessions in September.
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The Paul Robeson Library, in conjunction with the Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts, is hosting The Big Read/Citizen: An American Lyric by Claudia Rankine now through January 5, 2018. For more information, click here.
Last month, Rutgers University Libraries joined Rutgers–New Brunswick chancellor Debasish Dutta to dedicate James Dickson Carr Library, formerly known as the Kilmer Area Library, in honor of Rutgers’ first black graduate. Watch the full ceremony below courtesy of RU-tv.