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Welcome to the beautiful and historic Douglass Campus.  As Dean of Students and Campus Dean we hope to make your time on Douglass Campus socially and intellectually exciting and to provide you with the support and services you need.  Douglass is home to many academic departments in both the School of Arts and Sciences and the Mason Gross School of Arts, as well as research centers such as the nationally prominent Eagleton Institute for Politics.

Originally New Jersey College, in 1918, the name changed to Douglass College in 1955 in honor of the first dean, Mabel Smith Douglass. Rutgers has maintained its commitment to women’s education through the programs on Douglass Campus, primarily Douglass Residential College, whose mission is to provide undergraduate women with opportunities to participate in unique leadership programs, internships, living learning communities, and mentoring relationships.  Also, the units of the acclaimed Institute for Women’s Leadership provide academic research and training in women’s issues ranging from women and politics, women and work, women and art, to the global challenges facing women in today’s world.  Douglass campus also houses the striking Voorhees Chapel and the University Inn and Conference Center.

Jacquelyn Litt
Dean, Douglass Residential College
Campus Dean, Douglass Campus

Michelle R. Jefferson
Dean of Students, Douglass & Cook Campuses

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