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Who else is actually set on going to RU NB?

G35toRUG35toRU Registered User Posts: 1 New Member
edited November 2009 in Rutgers University
I just got into business and I will probably be going to RU next year.

I am probably going to live on Busch and take Business.

Can in-state freshmen bring cars to Busch?

What about you guys?
Post edited by G35toRU on

Replies to: Who else is actually set on going to RU NB?

  • mizuiromizuiro Registered User Posts: 110 Junior Member
    yes, freshmen are allowed to bring their cars.
  • hvairlinehvairline Registered User Posts: 215 Junior Member
    really?i thought only freshmen in the discovery houses were allowed to bring cars?
  • EmericaEmerica Registered User Posts: 214 Junior Member
    Freshman are maybe allowed to bring cars. It depends on the number of upperclassmen who decided to bring their cars. Freshman are last on the list so in the beginning, no, you can't bring your car. But give it a month or two and you might be able to get a permit (if there are spots left of course)
  • thatsthekeythatsthekey Registered User Posts: 304 Member
    My friend was a freshman living on Busch this fall and was able to bring his car right away, but permits do go pretty fast!
  • MushaboomBlueMushaboomBlue Registered User Posts: 1,715 Senior Member
    Did they change the rules this year? Because I remember last year that freshmen were not allowed to bring their cars unless:
    (1) they had a certain amount of transfer credits (I think 20 or something like that) or
    (2) Is an out-of-state student or
    (3) Needed it for special circumstances like work or
    (4) Lived on Livingston
  • thatsthekeythatsthekey Registered User Posts: 304 Member
    They did change the rules this year! Any freshman can get a parking permit now apparently. I feel like there was never even an announcement about it, but it's true.
  • rezkullrezkull Registered User Posts: 13 New Member
    thatsthekey... that'd be sick if that's true. BTW I am about 80% sure I'll be going to the rutgers business school as well. I haven't done too much research on Rutgers and its business program or its housing either. I guess I better get going on that... but see you at Rutgers maybe.
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