Grad Students Enjoy Life at 330 Cooper

Rutgers-Camden students are enjoying life at 330 Cooper, the brand new apartment-style residential hall that opened its doors in September 2012. Residents of the building are already carving out their own comfortable living community there.

“It’s a beautiful place to live,” says Nicole Ojo-Ohikuare, a second-year student at the Rutgers School of Law–Camden. “It’s well decorated, quiet, and conveniently located. I think it’s the quintessential graduate dorm. It exudes a real feeling of scholarship and there are so many efforts made to create community through study rooms on various floors and the various activities on the weekends.”

Now the tallest building on campus, 330 Cooper predominantly features three- or four-bedroom apartments. The suites include bathrooms, kitchens, and living areas, offering Rutgers–Camden students an ideal place to live and study while helping to grow Camden’s University District and attract talented students to southern New Jersey.

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