Rutgers University provides various student-centered services and involvement opportunities to empower students, to advocate for their own educational and developmental needs, and make the most of their college experience. These resources and services are intended to make our ethic to care a reality and make sure that students have access to services they may require for everyday activities or in times of need. While some services, such as housing and dining, are provided at an additional fee, there are many services at Rutgers that operate at no extra cost to students.
Service areas are staffed with qualified professionals who understand the specific needs of their student population, from licensed lawyers in Student Legal Services to a staff of clinicians and counselors in Rutgers Student Health, to name a few.
Services are spread out among all five Rutgers campuses during regular operations, and during remote instruction, are mostly offered remotely. Even though it may be on another campus, or for a specific population, services are available to the entire Rutgers–New Brunswick student population. Students and families are encouraged to explore some of the services highlighted on the left. We encourage students to take advantage of all the services they feel fit their needs, from the student looking for student employment opportunities in a student center, to the student consulting Student Legal Services about an apartment lease.
Below is a compilation of services and resources provided by the Division of Student Affairs as well as other areas thoughout Rutgers University. You may also visit success.rutgers.edu for a comprehensive list of university resources and services available to Rutgers students.
If you don’t know where to start when looking for assistance, please contact the Dean of Students office