Thank you for your recent registration to the Bloustein School Alumni Awards Celebration on Thursday, March 28, 2019 at the Zimmerli Art Museum.
The Rutgers Department of Transportation Services (DOTs) utilizes a Virtual Parking Pass system on campus. License plate recognition technology captures and reads a vehicle license plate to confirm that the vehicle is registered and has permission to park on campus. While parking is free, guest event parking requires online registration for each event. Vehicle license plates must be unobstructed, affixed to the bumper, and displayed in view from the driving aisle of a parking space.
ALL guests to the Bloustein School Alumni Awards Celebration must use the below link to register for the event.
Every vehicle coming to the event must have its own registration, so please share this link with any other guests that may have registered. Until this process is completed, vehicles are not registered and may receive a citation.
This link is valid ONLY for parking for the Bloustein School 2019 Alumni Awards Celebration.
Guests to the Bloustein School Alumni Awards Celebration are assigned to park in lots 1, 11 and 16.
An interactive campus map, with directions available to all parking lots, may be found here:
Lot 1 at Kirkpatrick Chapel
(entrance at Old Queens Gate on Somerset Street. Short walk across Hamilton Street to Zimmerli Art Museum).
Lot 16 behind the Zimmerli Art Museum
(entrance off of George Street, between Hamilton Street and Seminary Place)
Lot 11 on College Ave
(by the Hillel Building, entrance to lot is on Union Street. Approximately 10 minute walk from College Avenue, left onto Hamilton Street to end)
OTHER PARKING OPTIONS AT THE ZIMMERLI ART MUSEUM
Metered parking is available on adjacent streets; additional paid parking is available in the Gateway Center Parking Garage. Parking for the disabled is available in front of the museum.
There are also several paid parking decks in New Brunswick not far from the museum. You can find more information about locations and pricing on the New Brunswick Parking Authority website.
The Zimmerli is a short walk from the NJ Transit train station in New Brunswick, midway between New York City and Philadelphia. Once you leave the station, just walk one block north on College Avenue to Hamilton Street. Then walk one block east to get to the museum.
RUTGERS FACULTY AND STAFF
Rutgers faculty and staff are encouraged to use on-campus transportation in order to reach the event.
Special event parking and special event permits are only for visitors to the University.
Per university parking guidelines, faculty/staff that have purchased University parkingmust adhere to assigned lots at all times and will not be allocated event parking outside their designated parking assignments.
Faculty/Staff lots are open 8:00am-2:00am unless otherwise specified. Faculty/staff parking information may be found here: https://ipo.rutgers.edu/dots/parking-lots
The following lots are designated for FACULTY/STAFF use:
- Lots 7,11, 12, 13, 20, 26, 30, 33, 36, 38, College Ave Deck and Gated Lots 11, 16, and the Public Safety Deck near Douglass Campus
- Lot 32 from 4:00PM – 2:00AM
- Lot 11, 13 & 20 from 2:00AM – 8:00AM
Rutgers students are encouraged to use on-campus transportation in order to reach the event.
The Bloustein School has reserved space in the following lots for the 2017 Bloustein School Alumni Awards Celebration on Friday, October 20.
Click on the link below each location for the Rutgers University Campus Map pages for specific directions to each. Note parking in all lots is first come, first serve.