Rutgers logo
Division of Diversity, Inclusion, and Community Engagement
Community Farm

Collaborative Center

The Collaborative Center for Community Engagement is dedicated to supporting campus-community partnerships to advance the public good in our New Brunswick and Piscataway communities, throughout the state of New Jersey, and beyond.

Engaging Communities, Connecting Students

Collaborative Center programs connect more than 400 students each year to community partners in New Brunswick and beyond through in-depth placements and projects involving policy research, access to education, health, language, and the arts, to name a few.

The Collaborative Center offers a variety of ways for the Rutgers community (staff, faculty, students, and student organizations) and the general public to engage in the surrounding community. Volunteers have the opportunity to assist non-profit organizations and government agencies in food distribution, community clean-ups, among other opportunities. If you have a program or group interested in schedule an opportunity to volunteer and engage with the community or would like to explore doing so, you can email civic@odi.rutgers.edu and we can begin the process.

2022-2023 Academic Year Review

The Collaborative Center for Community Engagement is dedicated to supporting campus community partnerships to advance the public good in our New Brunswick and Piscataway communities, throughout the state of New Jersey and  beyond.

collab_academic_year_review

Contact Us

Location
Lucy Stone Hall, A317
Livingston Campus
Piscataway, NJ 08854

Phone: 848-932-7468
Fax: 732-445-4231
Email: civic@odi.rutgers.edu

Hours
Monday–Friday 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
Because we are frequently at meetings or hosting events, email is the best way to reach us.

2 young boys standing together wearing purple capes with the superman "S" and the #lovenotviolence written on them with a black marker