Students at the Rutgers School of Environmental and Biological Sciences are part of a rich history of learning, innovation, service, and community. They enjoy the benefits of well-established professional and pre-professional degree programs complemented by hands-on learning and extracurricular experiences.
We foster an environment that encourages leadership and values individuals. Our integrated teaching, research, and outreach programs offer students a complete and well-rounded education both inside and outside the classroom—and prepare students for employment and citizenship in an increasingly interrelated, global community.
To enroll in the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences as an undergraduate student, you must apply through Rutgers Undergraduate Admissions.
Fall Open House | Sunday, October 22
The School of Environmental and Biological Sciences is all about growth. Our bio-diverse and scenic Cook Campus is home to a variety of experiences and majors that you're invited to discover at this event. Our laboratory spaces help pre-med, biochemistry, food/nutrition science and biotechnology majors grow with knowledge. Our living plant wall, acres of trees, marine science building and greenhouse help grow the passion for sustainability and green energy initiatives in our students studying environmental sciences, agriculture, ecology, and landscape architecture. Our campus farm is where animals grow and are studied by the future leaders in the health and production industry of Animal Science.
All of these opportunities and more will be available for you to explore at the SEBS Fall Open House.
Undergraduate Application Priority Dates
First Year, Early Action
First Year, Regular
See Application Dates & Deadlines for more information.