The Division of Student Affairs creates innovative learning opportunities, programs, and services that prepare students to lead, serve, and become engaged members of a global society. The stories you read here represent the foundation of our core values and guide how we do our work and fulfill our mission.
30th Annual Rites of Passage Ceremony Honors Black and
More than 500 graduating students participated in the 30th annual Rites of Passage ceremony honoring Black and Latinx students from Rutgers–New Brunswick who, through resolute persistence, have successfully completed an undergraduate or graduate degree...
Rutgers’ Asian American Cultural Center Honors APIDA He
This April, Rutgers’ Asian American Cultural Center (AACC) is celebrating Asian Pacific Islander Desi American (APIDA) Heritage Month by highlighting the diversity and achievements of the university’s APIDA community.
Rutgers Celebrates GAYpril With Educational and Celebra
For the global LGBTQ community, June has become synonymous with Pride. But at Rutgers–New Brunswick, the celebration starts early with GAYpril.
Connecting Culturally With Students During the Pandemic
The Cultural Centers are devoted to maintaining a welcoming atmosphere for students, which was especially true during the COVID-19 pandemic
Dining Services and the Student Food Pantry Address the
Throughout the pandemic, Dining Services and the Student Food Pantry played an active and important role in providing students with a basic necessity: food.
How Rutgers University—New Brunswick Recreation Support
In March of 2020, as part of its response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Rutgers University closed its physical classrooms and facilities, transitioning to a fully remote environment. Rutgers Recreation, like other departments at Student Affairs and Rutgers University, had to transition to the new normal...
Transitioning into an Online Student Center During the
In this time of need, Student Affairs staff established partnerships that forged collaborative events and student opportunities, giving students the chance to come together in a difficult time.
Division of Student Affairs Adapts to COVID-19
Two Years of COVID-19: How The Division of Student Affairs Adapted to Support Students
Living on Campus with Students During the Pandemic
During Rutgers University’s remote instruction due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Rutgers Residence Life faced the challenge of continuing to engage and support residential communities in a largely virtual world.
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...