Campus & Clinical Facilities
All classes are held on Rutgers newest campus in Scotch Plains where the Allied Dental Education offices are housed during the first term of study. Students will complete their clinical education at the School of Dental Medicine in Newark, in addition to classes on the Scotch Plains Campus the second term of the profession. Each student will be responsible to travel to the assigned campus.
Rutgers Scotch Plains Campus
The Scotch Plains campus is connected to other university campuses via state-of-the-art telecommunications technology.
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and travel directions.
Dental assisting students in the Rutgers SHRP program pursue their education in New Jersey’s largest and foremost center for health education, research, and service at Rutgers $200 million campus in Newark, NJ. The campus includes a medical science building, a dental school, a behavioral health center and a teaching hospital, all of which are interconnected. The Newark campus is also the home of the George F. Smith Library of Health Sciences, a major resource for dental and biomedical literature in New Jersey and the Northeast.
Rutgers George F. Smith Library of Health Sciences
The Rutgers Scotch Plains campus, located in Union County, 1776 Raritan Road, Scotch Plains, NJ 07076, close to the Garden State Parkway (exit 135) and US Highway 22. A car is recommended for travel to the Scotch Plains campus.
The Rutgers Newark campus is easily reached by public transportation from New Jersey and New York City. By car, it is within a 15-minute drive on the Garden State Parkway and the New Jersey Turnpike.