Bishop House

Location

115 College Avenue
New Brunswick, NJ 08901-8544

Bishop House was erected in 1852 and named after James Bishop (1816-1895). Bishop was engaged in mercantile pursuits in New Brunswick and was prominent in the rubber trade in New York City. From 1855-57 Bishop was a Whig member of the U.S. Congress. Later Bishop was Chief of the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1878-93. Source: Catalogue of Buildings and Place Names at Rutgers.

Offices: 
SA-Office of Student Conduct
Office of the Dean of Students
Undergraduate Education
Student Legal Services
Building number: 
3049
Building code: 
BH
Campus: 
College Avenue