Posted by: Amber E. Hopkins-Jenkins | April 21, 2014


WeRB1GLearn all about big time academics, big time athletics and Rutgers’ transition into the Big Ten Conference during Rutgers Day 2014. 

Check out the interactive #RutgersIsB1G display under the tent on Voorhees Mall to explore the university’s new network of prestigious institutions. Meet student athletes and ask them about their community service projects as they paint your face.

Visitors can also catch the Scarlet and White spring football game in High Point Solutions Stadium at the end of the day. Kickoff is set for 4 p.m., so everyone can enjoy Rutgers Day activities before heading to the game. Special Olympics athletes from New Jersey will play the final five minutes of flag football. 

The Rutgers women’s basketball team, winners of the 2014 WNIT championship, will also be honored during halftime. Fans are invited to view their championship trophy outside the stadium on the North Plaza from 3-3:45 p.m. 

You are welcome to meet, get autographs and take photographs with your favorite Scarlet Knights and NFL alumni after the game. Representatives will be on hand with ticket information for the university’s inaugural year in the Big Ten conference. 

Fans may also watch the Scarlet and White game online via RVision at


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