Housing Information

Founded in 1666, Newark is steeped in history and simultaneously is also well renowned for its urban revitalization. Today, Newark is home to top educational, research and healthcare institutions. On our campus, you will find Rutgers New Jersey Medical School (NJMS), Rutgers School of Dental Medicine (RSDM), University Hospital, and the Rutgers Cancer Center of New Jersey. 0.4 miles from our campus, you will find the International Center for Public Health (ICPH)/ Public Health Research Institute (PHIR). Our location gives us proximity to the Branch Brook Park (home of the annual cherry blossom festival), the Newark Museum (the largest museum in NJ), Cathedral Basilica (a beautiful Gothic Revival architecture), as well as Newark Downtown (where you can get everything from contemporary to traditional food and art destinations to performance centers). The Newark Penn Station located in Newark downtown will connect you with many destinations including New York City. Newark also houses the Newark Liberty International Airport which can connect you to 48 countries in the world.

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Off-campus housing

Postdoctoral researchers often find off-campus housing at locations within Newark or in the neighboring towns of Harrison, Kearny, Ironbound, Bloomfield, Montclair or Verona. The information about the housing opportunities described below, may be of interest to you. We have not investigated this information; therefore, this is not an endorsement. We encourage you to do your own research into these properties if it is of interest to you.

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Postdoctoral researchers who are in towns located away from Newark can commute to Newark Penn Station and then take the Rutgers University shuttle.
The shuttle services to all students, faculty, and staff on the Newark Health Science Campus. All key services have a stop at the NJMS Medical Science Building (MSB) as well as RSDM, University Hospital, Rutgers Cancer Center of New Jersey, and ICPH/PHRI.Visit the Rutgers Newark Transit website for route maps and schedule.


In this section you will find videos from our students and staff. To learn more about Newark, we recommend videos from Newark Happening as well.
Newark from the eyes of our students
Harrison, a suburb of Newark
Newark – a cultural and educational center
Rutgers SGS-N campus information