Home Field of Rutgers University

Big 10 Country above the NBC logo complements the many quality attributes that Rutgers University brings to the city.

Upcoming Events

Jun 2 to Aug 25

Sunday Movies at The Yard

Summer Family Movie Series Sunday's at The Yard, 4:00 PM Sunday, June 2 - Ralph Breaks the InternetSunday, June 9 - MoanaSunday, June 16 - TrollsSunday,...

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Sep 3 to Jan 5

Dimensionism: Modern Art in the Age of Einstein

This fall, the Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers hosts the nationally touring exhibition that explores Dimensionism, an artistic movement, tracing the influence of early 20th-century scientific discoveries on some of...

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Wed Oct 2

Fossils and Dinosaurs Late Night at the Museum

Take a step back in time to discover the different types of dinosaurs and other creatures that inhabited Earth during the Paleozoic, Mesozoic and Cenozoic Eras! Demonstrations, arts and crafts and...

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250+ Years of Higher Education

As the nation's only university that is a colonial college, a land-grant institution, and a large public research university, Rutgers-New Brunswick is home to faculty honored for their insight and discoveries with National Medals of Science and Technology, Guggenheim Fellowships, MacArthur Awards, Fulbright Scholarships, and scores of other accolades and society memberships.

Each year, Rutgers University-New Brunswick educates thousands of smart, diverse, ambitious, and caring students, whose work and achievements have been recognized with major national and international awards, including Rhodes, Churchill, Goldwater, Truman, and Gates Cambridge Scholarships.  Rutgers, one of the nation's top producers of Fulbright students, is also one of the country's most diverse universities, attracting students of all interests, cultures, and economic backgrounds.

Welcome to Big Ten Country

Experience the thrill of intercollegiate athletics at its highest level by catching an exciting home game at Rutgers University. The Scarlet Knights are a member of the prestigious Big Ten Conference. Nearly 1,000 Scarlet Knight student-athletes compete in 24 athletic programs against some of the best schools in the country. 

Rutgers is known as the birthplace of college football and SHI Stadium is a short, free shuttle ride away from City Center. Meet in New Brunswick City Center to celebrate before or after the game with great spots for dining or fun bars and taverns where you can cheer on the home team. For more information about transportation options to the game, visit Rutgers Athletics.