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The aim of the Office of Educational Enrichment is to extend learning beyond the classroom by supporting academically enriching activities for undergraduate students.

For more information on how to reach us, you can visit our Contact Us page. You can also use the Contact Form to send a message.

The Year in Review

Sculpture with bookThe 2014-2015 academic year proved to be an exciting year for the Office of Educational Enrichment. Over 6,500 undergraduate students participated in academically enriching activities sponsored by the office. Educational Enrichment received 127 requests from 107 faculty members affiliated with 36 different academic departments. The overwhelming majority of the requests were supported for the benefit of Rutgers undergraduate students. The students benefitted from many experiences ranging from attending lectures and forums at... continued

Art Appreciation

On Saturday, November 14, 2015, a group of undergraduate Art History students spent the afternoon touring the National Gallery of Art in Washington D.C.  The National Gallery of Art contains paintings, drawings, prints, photographs, and sculptures from the Middle Ages to the present and... Continued

The All Ages Show: A Kid Lit Conference

Come learn more about children’s literature and young adult fiction on Monday, May 4, 2015 from 10:00am – 1:00pm in Barnes & Noble, 1 Penn Plaza in New Brunswick near the College Avenue Campus.  Featuring Kate Milford (Greenglass House); J.A. White (Thickety); Nova... Continued

Take in a Film

Do you like classic films? Indie flicks? International cinema? Did you know there is a film festival that takes place on the Rutgers campus?  The Rutgers Film Co-op/New Jersey Media Arts Center, founded in 1982 by Albert G. Nigrin, is supported, in part, by Educational Enrichment. The... Continued