Campus Tours

Photo: Students walking along Biel Rd.

Rutgers' George H. Cook Campus

The School of Environmental and Biological Sciences (SEBS) is located on Rutgers' George H. Cook Campus in New Brunswick, New Jersey, off of Route 1 South, in an open, spacious, suburban setting. The school is built upon a rich heritage of innovative curricula, cutting-edge research, and hands-on learning. Students at the school benefit from a dedicated and supportive faculty, close community ties, and all of the advantages that come with study at a major research university. SEBS prepares students for professional degrees (medical, dental, veterinary medicine, and law), graduate study, and positions in government, industry, business, and health-related areas.

Campus Tours

An academic dean will speak with you about the school and its curricula and will answer any questions you may have. Student guides will then escort you around our campus, taking you to a residence hall, the recreation center, the student center, and a dining hall as they talk about campus life.


Reservations are requested for this program by calling 848-932-3000. Once you have made your reservation, a confirmation letter with directions will be sent to you.


Parking has been arranged in Parking Lot No. 99C.

Self-Guided Walking Tour

For those of you who would like to visit our campus, but are unable to attend one of our regularly scheduled tours, information packets with a campus map and points of interest can guide you on your own self-paced walking tour. Information packets can be obtained in the Office of Academic Programs, Martin Hall, 2nd Floor, at the receptionist's desk. No reservations are needed.

Spend a Day With a SEBS Student

SEBS will arrange for you to spend a day with one of our students, attending their classes, and eating at the dining hall. The program runs:

  • Fall Semester: third week of September through the third week of November
  • Spring Semester: first week of February through the second week of April

Note: Spend a Day visits cannot be arranged during the Summer.

Two weeks' notice is required.

More Information

  1. Rutgers
  2. Executive Dean of Agriculture and Natural Resources
  3. New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station
  4. Search Rutgers
  5. myRutgers
  6. Search SEBS
  7. Contact SEBS
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