Where is the Department of Linguistics located?
The Rutgers Department of Linguistics is located at 18 Seminary Place on the College Avenue Campus (CAC), in New Brunswick, NJ, 08901. We're in a large three-story yellow house across from the new Honors College, next to the Voorhees Mall, and near the Zimmerli Art Museum and the Barnes & Noble. The campus bus system stops just down the street from the Linguistics Department on College Ave across from Scott Hall.
Located in Central Jersey, we are just north of Princeton, about an hour's drive NW of the Jersey Shore, a short train- or bus-ride away from New York City, and close to major airports in Newark, New York, Trenton, and Philadelphia.
Here's how to get to us...
Fly into Newark International Airport. Take the Airporter Shuttle to the Hilton East Brunswick and Towers. From there take a taxi or the M15 or M18 city bus (they run approximately every 30 minutes throughout the day) to New Brunswick, NJ and the Linguistics Department.
Google Driving Directions to 18 Seminary Place, New Brunswick might also come in handy.
Close to the department
The New Brunswick Hyatt-Regency is located in downtown New Brunswick within easy walking distance of the department and the Rutgers shuttle system.
The New Brunswick Hyatt-Regency
2 Albany St.
New Brunswick, NJ
Phone: (732) 873-1234
Fax: (732) 873-1382
10 Livingston Ave
Phone: (732) 729-4670
Fax: (732) 729-4672
The Heldrich is also served by the Rutgers campus bus system. It is within walking distance of the Rockoff Hall stop via the EE bus route. Bus route schedules can be found at the Rutgers Department of Transportation Services website.
Within Driving Distance of the department
The Continuing Studies Conference Center is located in New Brunswick, and is served by the Rutgers campus bus system. It is within walking distance of the Katzenbach stop via the EE bus route or F bus route. Bus route schedules can be found at the Rutgers Department of Transportation Services website.
Living in New Jersey
Rutgers - New Brunswick is located in Central New Jersey. The Amtrak/NJ Transit train stop, which lies on the popular Northeast Corridor line, is within walking distance of our Department, which makes travel to other major cities, such as NYC, Philadelphia, DC, and Boston very easy. We are surrounded by diverse restaurants, shopping, and entertainment. Rutgers part of the Big Ten conference. The weather here is a mix of the MidAtlantic and Northeast: summers are hot, winters are cold and often snowy, and the spring and fall are pleasant.