Dear Scarlet Knights,
Two years ago, the start of Spring Break marked the beginning of our long period of remote learning necessitated by the pandemic. I hope that this Spring Break will be one you can experience as it was intended – a period to relax and recharge.
I want to wish you a restful, safe, and productive break. Whether you will remain with us on campus, travel home to visit with family and friends, take a road trip to a warm location, or engage in community service initiatives locally or out-of-state, please be safe and continue to look out for each other:
- Explore safely
- Stay hydrated
- Take precautions to minimize the spread of COVID-19 and other health risks
- Be safe and consensual in your actions and relations
Staff will continue working on campus during the break. Please do not hesitate to reach out if you require assistance, no matter the issue. Keep the following information about available resources:
- Office of the Dean of Students, for personal or general concerns related to Rutgers
- Residence Life, for resources available to students on campus
- Concerned About Someone, our form for expressing concerns about a student
- Rutgers University Police Department
- For non-emergencies, call (732) 932-7211
- For life-threatening emergencies and criminal matters, call 911
Enjoy your week!
Salvador B. Mena, Ph.D.
Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs
Rutgers University–New Brunswick