The Paul Robeson Cultural center provides effective programming to address the academic, cultural, well being, and social needs of the communities we serve. Learn more.
Nothing speaks more highly for a university than successful alumni who enthusiastically serve and support it. When you volunteer with the Paul Robeson Cultural Center, Student Affairs, Campus Departments, or with the Alumni Association, you not only lend your time and talents to our efforts, but you contribute to the future success of our students and programs. Learn more.
The Paul Robeson Cultural Center (PRCC) Advisory Council was established in 2019 as a way for alumni to reconnect with the University, provide support, advice, and counsel to the PRCC, and serve as a resource for the students that use the center. Learn more.
Africana Studies is the study, research, interpretation, and the dissemination of knowledge concerning African American, African, and Caribbean affairs and culture. Using the tools of the social sciences and humanities, Africana Studies examines the structure, organization, problems, and perspectives of the peoples of Africa and the African Diaspora. Learn more.
In 2019, Rutgers University–New Brunswick celebrated the commemorative 50th anniversary of the Paul Robeson Cultural Center’s official opening. The anniversary celebration event provided a meaningful opportunity for the Rutgers University–New Brunswick campus community to use the milestone of turning 50 to reflect on the Center’s outstanding commitment to its students, faculty, staff, and alumni. Learn more.