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Research Facilities and Centers

The Rutgers University Libraries rank among the nation's top research libraries, with holdings of over three million volumes. Comprised of twenty-six libraries, centers, and reading rooms located on Rutgers' campuses in New Brunswick/Piscataway, Camden, and Newark, and RU-Online, a digital library, the Libraries provide the resources and services necessary to support the university's mission of teaching, research, and service. 

The University sponsors many centers, bureaus, and institutes that are the loci of its mission-oriented research. Students enrolled in the Graduate School-New Brunswick may find that their own research activity is located at and funded through these centers, bureaus, and institutes. These include: 

Institute for Families

Center for Gambling Studies

Center on Violence Against Women and Children

Center of Alcohol Studies

AIDS Policy Research Group

Douglass Center for Developmental Disabilities

Eagleton Institute for Politics

Institute for Health, Health Care Policy and Aging Research

Institute for Research on Women

Center for Urban Policy Research

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