In a strategic expansion of the Rutgers campus into downtown Camden, the new 200,000 square foot, $62.5 million Nursing and Science Building is the first step toward connecting the campus and nearby Cooper Hospital through an “Ed-Med” corridor. Working with architect Perkins Eastman, Bellia created a state-of-the art facility that will serve as a world-class research and teaching facility for students and faculty in the areas of Nursing and the sciences. The world-class facility includes classrooms, computer labs, conference rooms, lecture halls, student work and study stations and administrative offices. Using green materials and energy efficient systems throughout, the facility will help attract top tier students and transform higher education in the State of New Jersey.
- Staff Lounges
- Touchdown Areas
- Private Offices
- Science Labs
Rutgers-Camden, a 40-acre campus located along the bustling Camden Waterfront, is one of three regional campuses of Rutgers University, New Jersey’s public research university. In an effort to transform higher education in the state of New Jersey, attract top tier students and faculty, and rebuild Rutgers as a premier center of health and biosciences, Rutgers-Camden is building a $62.5 million, 200,000 square foot state-of-the-art Nursing and Science Building. The facility will serve as the primary research and teaching facility for students and faculty in the areas of biology, chemistry, computational and integrative biology, nursing, and physics at the undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral levels.The world-class facility will attract top-tier students and faculty, and foster the next generation of health science professionals in the Garden State.