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About The Club

The Rutgers Club is located on the second floor of Livingston Dining Commons in Piscataway.

Founded in 1957, the original location on College Avenue was one of New Brunswick’s historic houses built in 1915.  It was originally owned by Ernest Webb until 1956.  At that time, the University purchased the house and the Rutgers Club moved in.

Members enjoy special culinary delights and programming in a unique collegiate and charming atmosphere. The Rutgers Club has reciprocity with over 100 university clubs throughout the world. The Rutgers Club has the capacity to seat over 140 people for a wedding, anniversary, or other special occasion or up to 300 for a cocktail style event. Also, there are several smaller banquet and meeting rooms available. Call the Rutgers Club for more information. Visitors to the university are welcome to eat at the Club, but due to the limited seating availability during they are encouraged to make reservations.

Where we are

Robeson Renaissance 2019

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Oktoberfest 2019

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Holiday Sing-along 2019

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The Rutgers Club is located on the second floor of Livingston Dining Commons in Piscataway.

Founded in 1957, the original location on College Avenue was one of New Brunswick’s historic houses built in 1915.  It was originally owned by Ernest Webb until 1956.  At that time, the University purchased the house and the Rutgers Club moved in.

Members enjoy special culinary delights and programming in a unique collegiate and charming atmosphere. The Rutgers Club has reciprocity with over 100 university clubs throughout the world. The Rutgers Club has the capacity to seat over 140 people for a wedding, anniversary, or other special occasion or up to 300 for a cocktail style event. Also, there are several smaller banquet and meeting rooms available. Call the Rutgers Club for more information. Visitors to the university are welcome to eat at the Club, but due to the limited seating availability during they are encouraged to make reservations.