NJ General Election
A civic engagement initiative, the mission of RU Ready is to provide students with the motivation and the civic, political, and expressive tools they need to address public problems in their community.Read More
RU Voting is a non-partisan effort to register, mobilize and engage Rutgers University students to participate in politics and vote in local, state and national elections.Read More
Launched in 2002, the Young Elected Leaders Project (YELP) studies and works with young people under the age of 35 who run and serve in public office in the United StatesRead More
News & Announcements
Host the RU Ready Civics Fair
A free, in-person civic engagement opportunity, the RU Ready Civics Fair is looking to partner with high schools in NJ who are interested in promoting political participation among their students.
New Congress Data from YELP
The Young Elected Leaders Project has released new data on the 118th Congress. Learn more about the 13 young elected leaders currently serving in Congress.
Cast Your Vote in the New Jersey Primary Election
Eligible voters will head to the polls on Tuesday June 6th. We encourage voters to verify they are registered at the correct address and registered to vote under a party affiliation in order to successfully cast a primary ballot.
Undergraduate Research Funding Available
The John and Ann Holt Endowed Undergraduate Applied Research Fund in American Politics provides support for a Rutgers undergraduate student in his or her junior or senior year to conduct research, under the supervision of Eagleton or other Rutgers faculty, on a topic in applied American politics.