August 29 – September 4

What is Welcome Week?

Welcome Week offers a series of required and optional workshops, programs and events to support new students with their transition to the Rutgers University community. Scheduled from Thursday August 29th – Wednesday September 4th, it also builds on the information introduced during New Student Orientation and reinforces Rutgers University’s five core values of the Knight’s Call to be: Authentic, Inclusive, Responsible, Resilient, and Engaged.

Throughout the week, students will meet other new students and learn about Rutgers history, campus traditions, and important resources that will support their personal and academic success. Students will have the opportunity to attend open houses, ride the buses, locate academic buildings, participate in spirited competitions, and connect with faculty, staff, and student leaders.

*PLEASE NOTE: Event information may be updated periodically so please continue to check the website.

Students participating in special residential or academic programs will receive additional information about required programs and meetings.

Commuter students may park in any commuter parking lot until the first day of classes with the exception of Friday, August 30, 2019.  See special parking instructions.

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Events Before Welcome Week

 August 26 – August 28

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Thursday

August 29

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Friday

August 30

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Saturday

August 31

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Sunday

September 1

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Monday

September 2

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Tuesday

September 3

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Wednesday

September 4

August 26th – 28th

International Student Orientation

*Required Session*

Knights CallClick here for more details

Wednesday, August 28

Dining Halls Open

Click here to view the Dining Services 2019 Opening Weekend Schedule

Move-In Based on Housing Assignment

Click here for more details

Financial Aid/Student Accounting – “Pop-Up Stations”

12:00PM – 3:00PM

Meet with a Student Services Advisor to discuss personal financial aid questions; including financial aid awards and disbursement, tuition and fees, and payment options. Staff will be conveniently located on all campuses

Locations:
Busch Student Center
Douglass Student Center
Livingston Student Center
Records Hall, College Avenue Campus – Open 8:30AM – 5:00PM

Alumni House Open House at Van Nest Hall – Welcoming Alumni Parents

2:00PM – 4:00PM

Come to the Rutgers Alumni House at Van Nest Hall for an open house and brief tour. Meet other alumni parents of new students. Light refreshments and a giveaway will be provided.

Location:
College Avenue Campus, Van Nest Hall

Learning Centers Open

12:00PM – 5:00PM

http://rlc.rutgers.edu

Students who visit and participate during Welcome Week will have opportunities to enter raffles for prizes (1st prize – $500 gift card for second semester books, 2nd prize – study survival kit filled with snacks and supplies, 3rd prize – swag bag loaded with “tools” for the semester)

  • Learn about services.  Win Learning Center giveaways for correctly answering a quick quiz
  • Find out if study groups are being offered for your courses and receive preferential registration
  • Enjoy free food, refreshments, and swag!

Locations:
Busch Campus – Science and Engineering Resource Center (SERC) Room 106
College Avenue Campus – Academic Building (West Wing) Room 1125
Cook/Douglass Campus – Loree Building Room 124
Livingston Campus – Tillett Hall Room 111

Dining Halls Open

Click here to view the Dining Services 2019 Opening Weekend Schedule

Move-in Based On Housing Assignment

Click here for more details

“Letting Go” Session for Parents/Families

2:00PM – 3:30PM

These sessions are designed to answer any outstanding questions or concerns before leaving campus.  Representatives from the Dean of Students, Residence Life, Rutgers University Police Department (RUPD), Health Services, and New Student Orientation will provide a brief overview about their offices and answer questions.

Locations:
Busch Student Center  – Cove
Cook Student Center – Multipurpose Room (MPR)
College Avenue Student Center Graduate Student Lounge
Livingston Student Center – Gathering Lounge

Financial Aid/Student Accounting – “Pop-Up Stations”

12:00PM – 3:00PM

Meet with a Student Services Advisor to discuss personal financial aid questions; including financial aid awards and disbursement, tuition and fees, and payment options. Staff will be conveniently located on all campuses

Locations:
Busch Student Center
Cook Student Center
Livingston Student Center
Records Hall, College Avenue Campus – Open 8:30AM – 5:00PM

Interactive Healthy Dining Team Booth

12:00PM

Location:
Busch and LDC.

Menu of Change (MOC) Individual Principles  – Look for information on the serving line next to food items that comply with the MOC principles and discover menu options that are healthy, sustainable, and tasty!

Alumni House Open House at Van Nest Hall – Welcoming Alumni Parents

2:00PM – 4:00PM

Come to the Rutgers Alumni House at Van Nest Hall for an open house and brief tour. Meet other alumni parents of new students. Light refreshments and a giveaway will be provided.

Location:
College Avenue Campus, Van Nest Hall

Campus Involvement / Information Sessions

Fraternity & Sorority Life on the Banks

12:00 PM and 1:00 PM (Each session lasts about 30 minutes)

We get it.  Fraternity and sorority life can be confusing.  You’ve heard that it can be great for networking, but you might be concerned that joining could hurt your grades.  You think you might want to join, but have no idea how recruitment works.  You’ve read about things that have happened at other schools and wonder if it is “like that” here.  Join members of the Fraternity & Sorority Affairs staff as we describe the different types of fraternities and sororities on campus, explain how recruitment works and review what the fraternity/sorority experience is like for the majority of our members.

Location:
Busch Student Center, Room 122

Singing at Rutgers

12:00PM

All you want to know about how to join one of the award winning choirs at Rutgers University. Open to ALL MAJORS, the choirs at Rutgers are a place to make friends of a lifetime, advance your singing and musical skills, and perform on campus. Faculty and students will be present to describe the audition process, time commitments, and FUN involved in SINGING AT RUTGERS!

Location:
Busch Student Center Room 116

Learning Centers – Student Success Sessions

10:00AM – 3:00PM
http://rlc.rutgers.edu

Students who visit and participate during Welcome Week will have opportunities to enter raffles for prizes (1st prize – $500 gift card for books, 2nd prize – study survival kit filled with snacks and supplies, 3rd prize – swag bag loaded with “tools” for the semester).  Learn about the services offered, enjoy free food, refreshments, and swag!

  • Learning Management System (LMS) Review Workshops at 12:00p.m. and 1:00p.m. Master the ins and outs of Canvas, Sakai and the widgets through my.rutgers and learn about weekly modules, how to access your syllabi, assignments and gradebook, upload papers and take quizlets.
  • Academic Coaching –  Sit down with a coach for a drop-in mini session and review your class schedule, build a study schedule, and learn how academic coaching can help your be better prepared
  • Math Jump Start Sessions at 2:00p.m. Engage with learning assistants as they share strategies and tips for Algebra, Pre-Calculus and Calculus courses
  • Study Groups – Find out if study groups are being offered for your courses and receive preferential registration

Locations:
Busch Campus – Science and Engineering Resource Center (SERC) Room 106
College Avenue Campus – Academic Building (West Wing) Room 1125
Cook/Douglass Campus – Loree Building Room 124
Livingston Campus – Tillett Hall Room 111

Residence Hall Pre-Convocation Meet Ups (with RAs)

3:00PM

Moving into the residence halls can prove both nerve-wracking and exciting! All first-year and incoming transfer students are asked to attend this brief gathering to meet members of their community, learn critical policy and safety information for the first night on campus, and hear more about Welcome Week before heading over to Convocation together. Your RA or AA will let you know where your particular meeting will take place!

Commuter Student Reception

3:00PM

Join the Rutgers Commuter Student Association for a fun social where commuters can meet other students, meet student leaders and learn about available resources. There will be games, music and opportunities to ask questions and engage others! Following the reception, everyone will walk together to the official university welcoming at New Student Convocation.  See you there!

Location:
Livingston Student Center

New Student Convocation / Scarlet Carnivale

5:00PM

New Student Convocation – the university’s official welcome for all new first-year and transfer students – is themed around the Knight’s Call values. It is a spirited, prideful program featuring remarks by the Chancellor, education on many of Rutgers’ traditions, performances by a wide variety of student groups, and messaging around community expectations for our newest Scarlet Knights. The event will take place in the Rutgers Athletic Center and will be followed by a large outdoor carnival-themed celebration.

Location:
Rutgers Athletic Center

Dining Halls Open

7:30AM – 8:00PM

Click here to view the Dining Services 2019 Opening Weekend Schedule

Commuter Parking Information

Commuter students may move between campuses and park in any of the following lots until 3:00p.m. when Game Day parking rules apply:

Financial Aid/Student Accounting – “Pop-up Stations”

11:00AM – 3:00PM

Meet with a Student Services Advisor to discuss personal financial aid questions; including financial aid awards and disbursement, tuition and fees, and payment options.

Locations:
Busch Student Center
Loree Hall – Learning Center, Douglass Campus
Records Hall, College Avenue Campus – Open 8:30AM – 5:00PM

Learning Centers – Student Success Sessions

10:00AM – 3:00PM
http://rlc.rutgers.edu

Students who visit and participate during Welcome Week will have opportunities to enter raffles for prizes (1st prize – $500 gift card for books, 2nd prize – study survival kit filled with snacks and supplies, 3rd prize – swag bag loaded with “tools” for the semester).  Learn about the services offered, enjoy free food, refreshments, and swag!

  • Learning Management System (LMS) Review Workshops at 12:00p.m. and 1:00p.m. Master the ins and outs of Canvas, Sakai and the widgets through my.rutgers and learn about weekly modules, how to access your syllabi, assignments and gradebook, upload papers and take quizlets.
  • Academic Coaching –  Sit down with a coach for a drop-in mini session and review your class schedule, build a study schedule, and learn how academic coaching can help your be better prepared
  • Math Jump Start Sessions at 2:00p.m. Engage with learning assistants as they share strategies and tips for Algebra, Pre-Calculus and Calculus courses
  • Study Groups – Find out if study groups are being offered for courses and receive preferential registration

Locations:
Busch Campus – Science and Engineering Resource Center (SERC) Room 106
College Avenue Campus – Academic Building (West Wing) Room 1125
Cook/Douglass Campus – Loree Building Room 124
Livingston Campus – Tillett Hall Room 111

Career Exploration and Success – Open House

11:00AM – 3:00PM
http://careers.rutgers.edu/openhouse

Join Career Exploration and Success at our Gateway Transit Village location (106 Somerset St., 4th Floor, New Brunswick, NJ 08901) and learn how we help students like you create their next big opportunity, all while enjoying some free food, caricature artists, raffle prizes, and photo booth and much more! Attendance at this event will not only grant students access to the #MEGAFASTPASS — a digital pass that enables them to skip the registration line at the 2019 Fall Career and Internship Mega Fair, but it also has them earn TWO stamps towards the #RUTGERSWORKS Free Tuition Challenge. That’s 2 out of the 10 stamps needed to be entered into a raffle to win free tuition for Spring 2020.  Come stop by the Office of Career Exploration and Success (formerly University Career Services)!

  • Explore services
  • Attend a “Finding an On or Off-Campus Job” Workshop (offered every half hour)
  • Meet career cluster experts
  • Learn about the Mega Fair – September 9th, 10th and 11th

Location:
College Ave Campus, Gateway Transit Village, 106 Somerset Street, 4th Floor

Barnes and Noble at Rutgers University – Sidewalk Sale

10:00AM – 3:00PM

Get new Rutgers apparel for the first home football game! Clearance items will be an additional 50% off and regular priced tees will be Buy One Get One 50% off. Coupons will be available for future purchases.

Location:
College Avenue Campus, 100 Somerset St.

Rutgers Recreation – Do What Moves U!

11:00AM – 3:00PM
Download the RUrec2go app

All Recreation Centers are Open. Grab a workout, sample classes, ask questions!

Your health and wellness is our #1 priority! With Recreation Centers on each campus see what programs, facilities and services are available to you. Come check us out, meet with staff, and find out about job opportunities!

Campus Involvement / Information Sessions

 

Fraternity & Sorority Life on the Banks

11:00AM, 12:00PM, 1:00PM & 2:00PM (Each session lasts about 30 minutes)

We get it.  Fraternity and sorority life can be confusing.  You’ve heard that it can be great for networking, but you might be concerned that joining could hurt your grades.  You think you might want to join, but have no idea how recruitment works.  You’ve read about things that have happened at other schools and wonder if it is “like that” here.  Join members of the Fraternity & Sorority Affairs staff as we describe the different types of fraternities and sororities on campus, explain how recruitment works and review what the fraternity/sorority experience is like for the majority of our members.

Location:
College Avenue Campus, Academic Building Room 1170

Singing at Rutgers

12:00PM

All you want to know about how to join one of the award winning choirs at Rutgers University. Open to ALL MAJORS, the choirs at Rutgers are a place to make friends of a lifetime, advance your singing and musical skills, and perform on campus. Faculty and students will be present to describe the audition process, time commitments, and FUN involved in SINGING AT RUTGERS!

Location:

College Avenue Campus, Academic Building Room 1180

Voter Registration

11:00AM – 3:00PM

Let RU Voting help you register to vote or update your voter registration to your new address in honor of Welcome Week! We assist in filling out the forms and submit them to the Board of Elections! Grab a free Pocket Constitution and other giveaways! http://ruvoting.rutgers.edu

Location:
Voorhees Mall

Interactive Healthy Dining Team Booth

12:00PM

Location:
Neilson and Brower

Menu of Change (MOC) Individual Principles  – Look for information on the serving line next to food items that comply with the MOC  principles and discover menu options that are healthy, sustainable, and tasty!

Meet the General Manager of the Dining Hall

12:00PM – 1:00PM

Location:
Neilson Dining HallBrower Commons, Livingston Dining Commons, Busch Dining Hall

Faith-based Services

12:15PM

Rutgers Jumu’ah

Meet students leaders from the Muslim community at 12:15pm in the Busch Student Center lobby (near the Information Desk) to walk over to Friday prayer together at the Muslim Center of Middlesex County, 1000 Hoes Lane, Piscataway, NJ

** Please note, starting Friday, September 6th, Friday prayer will be hosted on campus at the Student Activities Center (613 George Street, CAC) each week when classes are in session.

 

Residence Hall First Community Meetings

4:00PM

Residence Life is committed to providing our residents with a home away from home. All first year students and incoming transfer students are asked to gather together to learn more about living on campus, their rights as residents, opportunities available to them on campus, and how Residence Life staff will support them throughout the year, before leaving together to see the Scarlet Knights play UMASS during the 150th anniversary of college football! First year and returning residents can check with their RA or AA to find out their meeting location.

Commuter Meet and Munch

4:00PM

As new Scarlet Knight Commuter students we understand that this new chapter is both super exciting and nerve wrenching. We want to help you find your place on campus and discover your community! Come on by the Commuter Meet and Munch to learn about what it means to be a Rutgers student and meet other new students! The Rutgers Commuter Student Association will be present to cheer you on! Free dinner will be served, giveaways will be distributed, and everyone will leave together to see the Scarlet Knights take on UMASS during the 150th anniversary of college Football!

Location:
Livingston Student Center – Livingston Hall

Football Game – 150th Anniversary of College Football

7:15 Kick Off

For Student Ticket Information Click here

Faith-based Services

Rutgers Hillel

7:15PM
http://www.RutgersHillel.org
Calling all incoming Jewish First Year and Freshmen and Transfer students!  Join us for move-in Shabbat services and dinner:  Orthodox, Conservative and Reform Services will be held at 7:15pm Followed by a delicious dinner at 8:15pm.  We’d love to know in advance if you plan to come! RSVP required by Sunday, August 25 at 11pm.  https://bit.ly/2Kjorbg

Location:
70 College Avenue

Questions:
info@rutgershillel.org

Late Knight Programming “Rutgers Fever”

9:00PM – 1:00AM

Late Knight, Rutgers Fever edition is a great way to learn what it means to bleed scarlet and answer the Knight’s Call! Let’s stay out late and get to know fellow Scarlet Knights through exciting novelties, inflatables, games, photo opportunities, delectable food, and amazing giveaways! Each Rutgers Student will receive a ticket to a drawing for a chance to win items like a brand new bicycle or Beats headphones! The first 100 students to enter will get an exclusive Late Knight t-shirt and more! Come over to the College Avenue Student Center from 9pm-1am, get there early to beat the lines!

Location:
Come over to the College Avenue Student Center

Open Recreation

Download the RUrec2go app

Campus Involvement / Information Session

Singing at Rutgers

12:00PM

All you want to know about how to join one of the award winning choirs at Rutgers University. Open to ALL MAJORS, the choirs at Rutgers are a place to make friends of a lifetime, advance your singing and musical skills, and perform on campus. Faculty and students will be present to describe the audition process, time commitments, and FUN involved in SINGING AT RUTGERS!

Location:

College Avenue Student Center Room 411

Throwdown

1:00PM – 4:30PM  Times are based on team “matches”

A Rutgers tradition that builds community. Students will join campus teams for competition, spirit and cheer.

Students in residence will compete on their campus team. Times will be provided by the RA/AA.

Students who commute will join the campus team at the Cook/Douglass Rec Center for the session at 1:00PM

Location:   Campus Recreation Centers

Open House – Dining Services – Student Employment Opportunities

2:00PM – 3:00PM

Location:
Neilson Dining HallBrower Commons, Livingston Dining Commons, Busch Dining Hall

Faith-based Services

The Catholic Center

5:00PM Mass
https://rutgerscatholic.org/

Location:
St. Peter’s Catholic Church, 84 Somerset Street, New Brunswick

Movie Night

7:00PM (doors open) 7:30 Showing

Location:
College Avenue Student Center

Zach Pincince – Hypnotist

9:00PM

Zach Pincince is one of the youngest stage hypnotists in the nation. He brings a youthful energy and innovation to his unique show that is unlike any other hypnotist you’ve ever seen. He is highly entertaining and will bring a fresh perspective to the stage that will connect the audience in a very real and interactive way.

Location:
Livingston Student Center – Livingston Hall

Club DM

10:00PM – 1:00AM

A late night program in which the admission fee ($10) jumpstarts the fundraising for Dance Marathon 2020 with 100% of proceeds going towards the total. Club DM marks the opening day for dancer registration.

Location:
College Avenue Gym

Open Recreation

Download the RUrec2go app

Faith-based Services

The Catholic Center

Mass 8:00AM , 11:00AM , 6:00PM
https://rutgerscatholic.org/

Location:
St. Peter’s Catholic Church, 84 Somerset Street, New Brunswick

 

Canterbury House: Episcopal Campus Ministry

Welcome Eucharist and Dinner 6:30PM
http://episcopal.rutgers.edu

Location:
5 Mine Street (College Avenue Campus)

 

Rutgers Hillel

5:00PM FREE KOSHER BBQ! *REGISTRATION REQUIRED
New and returning Jewish students are invited to stop by for a FREE KOSHER BBQ! *REGISTRATION REQUIRED* You can register for your FAST PASS in advance at https://rutgershillel.org/ (If you attended last year’s BBQ, you do NOT need to register again.) Enjoy FREE kosher burgers, hot dogs, veggie burgers, corn on the cob, and watermelon! FREE TShirts to first 500 people who come. Learn about ways to get involved with Jewish activities on campus. Please wear a red RUTGERS shirt–Hillel or otherwise–to show your Scarlet pride!

Location:
70 College Avenue

Learning Centers Open

10:00AM – 5:00PM

http://rlc.rutgers.edu

Students who visit and participate during Welcome Week will have opportunities to enter raffles for prizes (1st prize – $500 gift card for second semester books, 2nd prize – study survival kit filled with snacks and supplies, 3rd prize – swag bag loaded with “tools” for the semester)

  • Learn about services.  Win Learning Center giveaways for correctly answering a quick quiz
  • Find out if study groups are being offered for your courses and receive preferential registration
  • Enjoy free food, refreshments, and swag!

Locations:
Busch Campus – Science and Engineering Resource Center (SERC) Room 106
College Avenue Campus – Academic Building (West Wing) Room 1125
Cook/Douglass Campus – Loree Building Room 124
Livingston Campus – Tillett Hall Room 111

Campus Involvement / Information Session

Singing At Rutgers

12:00PM

All you want to know about how to join one of the award winning choirs at Rutgers University. Open to ALL MAJORS, the choirs at Rutgers are a place to make friends of a lifetime, advance your singing and musical skills, and perform on campus. Faculty and students will be present to describe the audition process, time commitments, and FUN involved in SINGING AT RUTGERS!

Location:
College Avenue Student Center, Room 411

The Great Scarlet Search (Campus Hunt)

12:00PM – 6:00PM

Utilizing the GooseChase app students work in teams to solve missions which involve:

  • Utilizing the bus system
  • Locating academic buildings based on their class schedules
  • Learning Rutgers history / traditions
  • Discovering “hidden treasurers” (nature preserve, observatory, the farms, etc.)
  • Identifying resources that support success

Teams accumulate points by completing each mission.
Prizes include:

  • Private party at the Rutgers Zone for team members and friends
  • Dinner in New Brunswick (restaurant TBD) for team members
  • Dance Marathon Registration for team members
  • Catered dinner at the Alumni House for team members
  • Athletics Fan Pack
  • RU Express Cards

Voter Registration

12:00PM – 4:00PM

Let RU Voting help you register to vote or update your voter registration to your new address in honor of Welcome Week! We assist in filling out the forms and submit them to the Board of Elections! Grab a free Pocket Constitution and other giveaways! http://ruvoting.rutgers.edu

Location:
Eagleton Institute of Politics

Open House – Dining Services – Student Employment Opportunities

2:00PM – 3:00PM

Location:
Neilson Dining HallBrower Commons, Livingston Dining Commons, Busch Dining Hall

Movie Night

7:00PM

Join RUPA for a special outdoor showing of the classic comedy “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off”.  The movie starts at 7pm and RUPA will have free popcorn and churros to snack on while you watch the movie.

Location:
College Avenue Campus, The Yard

Game Knight

8:30PM

A night of interactive games including retro games, virtual reality, PC Gaming, and board games. There is something for everyone from experienced gamer to someone that just wants to enjoy a night of games.

Location:
Busch Student Center – Multipurpose Room and Fireside Lounge

Karaoke and Ice Cream

9:00PM

Come enjoy free ice cream and try out your singing skills.

Location:
Livingston Student Center – Rutgers Zone

Involvement Fair

3:00PM – 6:00PM

More than 800 tables along College Avenue help students connect with representatives from student organizations, fraternities and sororities, sport clubs, chaplaincies, and numerous departments to learn about the opportunities for involvement, membership and leadership.  Use the Involvement Fair map programs.rutgers.edu/fall-involvement-fair/ to help you plan your day!

 

Location:
College Avenue

Meningitis B Immunization Clinic

Location:
College Avenue Student Center

Open Recreation

Download the RUrec2go app

Welcome / Info Tents

Location:
All Campuses

Learning Centers Open

12:00PM

http://rlc.rutgers.edu

Learning Management System (LMS) Review Sessions – Master the ins and outs of Canvas, Sakai and the Widget app through my.rutgers. Learn about weekly modules, how to access your syllabi, assignments, and gradebook, upload papers and take quizlets.

Locations:
Busch Campus – Science and Engineering Resource Center (SERC) Room 106
College Avenue Campus – Academic Building (West Wing) Room 1125
Cook/Douglass Campus – Loree Building Room 124
Livingston Campus – Tillett Hall Room 111

Welcome / Info Tents

Location:
All Campuses

Learning Centers Open

12:00PM

http://rlc.rutgers.edu

Learning Management System (LMS) Review Sessions – Master the ins and outs of Canvas, Sakai and the Widget app through my.rutgers. Learn about weekly modules, how to access your syllabi, assignments, and gradebook, upload papers and take quizlets.

Locations:
Busch Campus – Science and Engineering Resource Center (SERC) Room 106
College Avenue Campus – Academic Building (West Wing) Room 1125
Cook/Douglass Campus – Loree Building Room 124
Livingston Campus – Tillett Hall Room 111

Center for Islamic Life – Open House

4:00PM – 7:00PM

Welcome Class of 2023! Open House for new students – Come and meet Chaplain Kaiser. Snacks will be served.

Location:
122 College Ave(right next to Panera)

Workshop – Get Political! How Politics Affects You And You Affect Politics as a Rutgers Student

4:30PM – 5:00PM

Join the Eagleton Institute of Politics’ RU Voting and other members of the New Brunswick Civic Engagement Coalition as we introduce the role politics will play in your life as a Rutgers student. From talking politics in the classroom to voting in elections, we will introduce and discuss the many ways students can integrate politics into their life During this workshop, students will learn about voter registration and getting to the polls on Election Day, fostering respectful discourse on campus, and the role politics plays for students at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey.
Session is geared towards incoming and transfer students.

*RSVP is REQUIRED. Click here to RSVP

Location:
Eagleton Institute of Politics

Party at the Puddle

6:00PM – 10:00PM (Movie at 8:00PM)

Grab a few friends and come to beautiful Passion Puddle for an ice cream, lawn games, crafts, prizes and more!  Be sure to stick around until 8pm for an outdoor screening of Disney’s Aladdin…with popcorn too, of course!  And don’t miss out on your free T-shirt, only available while supplies last.

Sponsored by:
School of Environmental and Biological Sciences and RUPA

Rain Location:
Cook Student Center