For the latest COVID-19 information visit coronavirus.rutgers.edu.
Student Affairs departments and offices are open, with staff working mostly remotely. Most divisional programs and services will be delivered remotely when possible. The websites of individual departments will provide information about specific hours of operation.
Many departments have adapted their delivery of services remotely, with some areas providing in-person services as needed, and following appropriate social distancing guidelines
- Find online events and involvement opportunities at getinvolved.rutgers.edu.
Links to our departments’ status pages may be found below, as well as any updates to facility openings for the fall semester.
Department Status Pages
- Asian American Cultural Center
- Center for Latino Arts and Culture
- Center for Social Justice Education and LGBT Communities
- Paul Robeson Cultural Center
Compliance and Title IX
Dean of Students
Busch Dining Hall, Cafe West, and Kilmer’s Market will be open this spring for pickup and takeout. Meal plans are available for on-campus and off-campus students. Online ordering (for pickup) is available via the Rutgers app for all three locations. There will be no indoor dining at this time.
Fraternity and Sorority Affairs
Graduate Student Life
New Student Orientation and Family Programs
Off-Campus Living and Community Partnerships
Office for Violence Prevention and Victim Assistance
Recreation is open by reservation only. Facilities are prepared in adherence to university and state guidelines. Before you head over, please review our guidelines.
Rutgers Food Pantry
Student Activities Business Office
Student Centers and Activities
The Busch Student Center, College Ave Student Center, and Livingston Student Center will be open to members of the Rutgers Community (students, faculty, and staff) with a valid Rutgers ID. Study spaces marked for proper social distancing, access to Wi-Fi, and limited services will be available. Student Centers and Activities will also continue to offer virtual events and programming for the spring semester.
Student health services are available for all Rutgers–New Brunswick students. The Hurtado Health Center will be open for necessary in-person appointments. Evening hours have been expanded to allow students who work during the day to still be able to access medical services. Same-day telehealth visits will be available. CAPS will offer most counseling services via telehealth or phone with a few services in-person on an as-needed and clinically indicated basis.
Student Legal Services
Accommodation Information from the Office of Disability Services (ODS)
ODS staff will be working remotely and will be available to meet with you via email, phone, or SKYPE. The ODS office is open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and will continue with a coordinator on call each day. ODS will post their on-call hours on their website each week: https://ods.rutgers.edu/
ODS has developed information about how your approved accommodations might work online, as well as a page of Frequently Asked Questions. They also have information about how the assistive technology or other tools you have been using (such as Kurzweil or Note Taking Express) might work in an online environment.
In addition, the Learning Center has developed some information about how to succeed in an online course that ODS would strongly encourage you to check out.