Integrity Related Stories
We believe that staff members must uphold the highest standards and principles. Ethics and integrity are characterized by trust and respect for each other, collaborative decision-making, appropriate use of university resources, service to students, and the utilization of best practices within the field of student affairs and higher education.
Rutgers Remembers Mark Schuster
Mark Schuster, dean for Graduate Student Life at Rutgers University–New Brunswick, who established emergency assistance programs and was a champion for social justice and LGBTQA+ rights...
Diversity Peer Educators Build Inclusive Communities at
Growing up queer and biracial, Ashlee Bonsi has had her share of uncomfortable, and sometimes downright painful, interactions with educators and peers who would make jokes that were thinly veiled with casual, harmful racism.
Rutgers Big Chill 5K draws 2,000 runners
On an unseasonably warm December morning, more than 2,000 runners participated in the Rutgers Big Chill 5K.
Rutgers Staff Come Together for COVID-19 Educational Ou
Staff from the Division of Student Affairs, Rutgers University Police, and Rutgers Hillel came together to do COVID-19 related educational outreach...
From Farm to Pantry
Rutgers Student Food Pantry partners with the Student Farm to provide fresh produce.
Rutgers Dance Marathon: Meet Joey
Meet Joey, a four-year old with neutropenia who was paired with Rutgers UNICEF through RU4Kids.
Find Your Passion
With a passion for service, senior Jennifer Schneider found a home within the sisterhood of Omega Phi Alpha.
A Beautiful Moment
Last semester, the Center for Islamic Life at Rutgers University opened its doors to the greater university community at 122 College Avenue.
Rutgers–New Brunswick Named Top 25 LGBTQA Friendly Coll
College Consensus has named Rutgers–New Brunswick as one of the nation’s top 25 LGBTQA Friendly Colleges.
Dining services implements a text-to-order program to assist students with special dietary needs.
It Takes a Village
Hoping to become the first in his family to graduate from college, A.M. tapped into student affairs resources to help overcome financial hardship and food insecurity.