The program she created at Rutgers in 1958 – a community of nontraditional female students – lives on at Douglass Residential College in her name.
After adventure and fame, Marilyn Ali is pursuing her dream of a college degree at age 65.
The 19,000-square-foot, modern residential facility that will provide additional dorm rooms, classrooms, and assembly and lounge spaces.
Rutgers will break ground for the Global Village Learning Center at Douglass Residential College, a project partnered by the university and the Associate Alumnae of Douglass College.
Douglass students say the nation's only women's residential college helps empower them to find their passions and succeed at Rutgers and beyond.
The Global Village Learning Center is a 20,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art residential facility.
Aspiring female scientists are getting the chance to do research full time during the summer before their sophomore years at Rutgers as part of the Rodkin Scholars program.
Service-learning trips are an integral part of Douglass Residential College’s Global Village.
Jacquelyn Litt has been reappointed to another five-year term as dean of the college.
The Mary I. Bunting Program at Douglass Residential College supports nontraditional students by providing academic counsel, networking opportunities and career support.
Katherine Lau received a stipend from the Douglass STEM summer science program for her life-changing research experience.
The Douglass experience gave Devin Ward access to programs and stipends that allowed her to expand her passion for archeology.