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Help Develop Our Strategic Plan

Working within the framework of the approved universitywide strategic plan, the Rutgers University–New Brunswick community is formulating a distinctive strategic plan for the flagship campus—and your help is needed. Learn more

Important Dates

(for undergraduate students)

April 2014

  • April 26: Rutgers Day

May 2014

  • May 5: Regular classes end
  • May 6 and 7: Reading days
  • May 8 to May 14: Spring exams
  • May 18: University Commencement
  • May 27: Summer Session I begins

Commencement Speaker

Speaker

Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice will address graduates as this year’s Rutgers University Commencement Speaker on Sunday, May 18, 2014, at High Point Solutions Stadium. Learn more.

Student Portals

All Rutgers students access their student data such as course enrollment and financial aid information through one of two information portals.

  • myRutgers
  • myPortal (for legacy UMDNJ students in Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences)

Information for Veterans

Veterans enrolling at Rutgers can find support and guidance in their transition to college life. Learn more.

Get Stress Relief

If you're feeling a bit overwhelmed by the demands of study, work, or just life in general, get some support. Contact a campus counseling center. Rutgers counselors have experience with student issues. They're trained to recognize common problems and can suggest ways to make things less stressful.

Got a Question?

RU-info

Need help with bus schedules? With housing options? At RU-info, real Rutgers students provide answers to your questions.

To contact RU-info, you can:

RU-info hours are Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. with evening and weekend hours most of the year.

You’ve got a lot happening in your life. You need information, and you need it now. Here it is.

 

Academics

Resources to help you navigate the academic experience.

Student Life and Activities

Have fun. Volunteer. Meet people.

Keep Life Organized

Get your IDs, get your bus schedules and maps, and get organized.

Housing and Dining

Where to live. Where to eat. Where to do your laundry.

Computing Services

Assistance with email, the internet, and computers.

Financial Aid and Information

Rutgers strives to provide an affordable education.

Campuses

Explore Rutgers University–New Brunswick’s five residential campuses.

Health, Wellness, and Safety

Doctors, nurses, and counselors.

Jobs and Careers

Strategize for your future. Develop a career plan, create a resume, and find internships and full-time jobs.