Parent Organization: Rutgers - New Brunswick

The National Association for the Advancement of Colored people is a historic and well respected organization dedicated to the political, social, educational, and economical uplifting and equality for people of all colors. Founded nationally in 1909 NAACP is one of the oldest political action groups in the nation, and has been able to withstand the test of time because of our ability to adapt, and the need for groups to support equality on all levels.

The Rutgers chapter of the NAACP meets weekly on Mondays on Livingston Student Center 201B at 8pm. Our meetings consist of guest speakers, discussions, various presentations, and more. We have opportunities for first year students to get involved as a member of our executive board to serve as a freshman delegate. Throughout the year we have numerous large scale programs which include an annual banquet, two overnight High School Outreach programs, election/voting rights programs, and an annual March Madness Basketball Tournament. The Rutgers NAACP welcomes people of all creed and color, we are non-partisan, and affiliated with no religious groups. Feel free to come to our meetings, and even bring a friend! Any questions or concerns, please contact us at scarletnaacp@gmail.com.

The purpose of this organization is as follows: to uplift and fight for the sole purpose of the minority, to advance the social, political, economical, educational, and cultural status of the minority to ensure equality and free treatment of the minority, to assist in the development of future contributions in history by the minority, and to inform the community of problems affecting the minority population through the implementation of programming with other organizations and the local community.

Twitter: @RutgersNAACP

Instagram: @rutgers_naacp

Website: rutgers.collegiatelink.net/organization/RUNAACP

Advisor assigned by the Department of Student Involvement (Groups that are departments or registered by other University Departments should choose specific department or advised by other department)

Paul Robeson Cultural Center – PRCC (prccrutgers@echo.rutgers.edu)

Student Involvement Organizational Theme (or choose department at Rutgers)


Address 613 George St
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
Phone Number P:(732) 214-9069