In response to the University’s operating status, some Student Affairs departments and services will be operating in a limited capacity until further notice. We appreciate your understanding with this matter. This is an evolving situation and we will provide updates as information becomes available. 

Please continue to check this webpage the latest updates to Student Affairs operations and services. 

For the latest COVID-19 information visit coronavirus.rutgers.edu. 

Updated June 22, 2020, 7:45 a.m.

Department Status Pages

Cultural Centers

  • Asian American Cultural Center
  • Center for Latino Arts and Culture
  • Center for Social Justice Education and LGBT Communities
  • Paul Robeson Cultural Center

Operating status

Compliance and Title IX

Operating status

Dean of Students

Operating status

Dining Services

Operating status

Fraternity and Sorority Affairs

Operating status

Graduate Student Life

Operating status

New Student Orientation and Family Programs

Operating status

Off-Campus Living and Community Partnerships

Operating status

Office for Violence Prevention and Victim Assistance

Operating status

Recreation

Operating status

Residence Life

Operating status

Rutgers Food Pantry

Operating status

Student Activities Business Office

Operating status

Student Centers and Activities

Operating status

Student Conduct

Operating status

Student Health

  • Health Centers
  • CAPS
  • HOPE

Operating status

Student Legal Services

Operating status

Accommodation Information from the Office of Disability Services (ODS)

Office Hours

ODS staff will be working remotely, and will be available to meet with you via email, phone or SKYPE. The ODS office is open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and will continue with a coordinator on call each day. ODS will post their on-call hours on their website each week: https://ods.rutgers.edu/

Resources

ODS has developed information about how your approved accommodations might work online, as well as a page of Frequently Asked Questions. They also have information about how the assistive technology or other tools you have been using (such as Kurzweil or Note Taking Express) might work in an online environment.

In addition, the Learning Center has developed some information about how to succeed in an online course that ODS would strongly encourage you to check out.