February 20, 2024

The One Stop Weekly – your source for official student information – is published every Tuesday during the semester by the One Stop Student Services Center (One Stop) at Rutgers University–New Brunswick, contains timely academic and student information. Students are responsible for knowing the information in these notices and taking appropriate action. For additional information, follow any of the links in the announcements. The One Stop represents an integrated and coordinated cross-functional service in the areas of financial aid, student accounts, and registration, and can be reached using the contact form or in-person at Dr. Samuel Dewitt Proctor Hall located at 65 Davidson Road on Busch Campus.


Registration for Summer Session Is Now Open—All Students
Registration for the Summer 2024 term has begun. Make progress toward graduation this summer with over 1,800 course sections to choose from in a wide range of subjects. Learn more about Summer Session here.

Spring 2024 Add/Drop Dates—Undergraduate Students
March 18: Last day to withdraw from a course with a “W” grade
May 1: Last day to withdraw from the University for Spring 2024

Normal Webreg Hours:
6:30 a.m.— midnight, Monday through Friday
6:30 a.m. — 2 p.m. on Saturdays

Learn more and view the Spring 2024 Undergraduate Calendar here. For assistance, please contact the One Stop Student Services Center.


Spring 2024 Term Bills—All Students
Students may view and pay Spring 2024 term bills online at paymybill.rutgers.edu.

1098-T Forms—All Students 
1098-T forms were made available electronically on January 31, 2024. View instructions on accessing the form here.

2024–2025 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) Process–DEADLINE EXTENDED—All Students
The Department of Education began its soft launch of the new 2024-2025 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). During the soft launch, the form will be available intermittently while site maintenance is performed and technical updates are made. The Rutgers priority filing deadline for all students has been extended to March 15, 2024. Please visit our FAFSA Information page to learn more.

Residency Reclassification Deadline—All Students
The Residency Reclassification deadline for graduate and undergraduate students is Monday, March 18, 2024. The application and all supporting evidence must be submitted by this date. Learn more about the application here.

Enroll in Direct Deposit for Faster Refunds—All Students 
Direct deposit is the fastest, safest, and most convenient way to receive refunds issued by Rutgers. View instructions for setting up direct deposit here. International students who are eligible for a refund can enroll in direct deposit using a U.S. bank account. Please note that direct deposit is currently not available for summer or winter refunds.

Waiver Appeal and Enrollment Guidelines for the Student Health Insurance Plan—All Students 
Mandatory action required: Rutgers requires full time and F&J Rutgers visa sponsored students to waive or enroll in the Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP) each semester before the deadline. 

  • Waiver: If you completed the waiver before the deadline and the premium was removed from the term bill, NO further action is required. University Health Plans (Broker) does not have access to the term bill, and therefore cannot confirm if the premium was removed. Students/parents/families can view the term bill online to confirm.  

  • Waiver Appeal: If a waiver was not submitted before February 9, 2024, you may complete a waiver appeal at www.universityhealthplans.com before April 30, 2024. F&J Rutgers visa sponsored students must contact Eirinn Jones at RGlobal via email to request a waiver appeal before April 30, 2024. 

Students who failed to submit a waiver before the deadline are now being added to the SHIP and are responsible for the premium on the term bill even though they may have comparable health insurance. Once a waiver appeal is submitted, the premium will be automatically removed from the term bill within (four) 4 business days. The waiver appeal deadline is April 30, 2024.  

  • Enrollment: If an enrollment form was not submitted before the deadline, enrollment in the SHIP is now being processed and the insurance card will be available in a few days. Paying the premium on the term bill is not enrolling, and the form should be completed each semester before the deadline. Please visit www.universityhealthplans.com to view the summary of benefits and how to get the insurance card.

TA/GA Graduate Fellow Payroll Deduction—TAs, GAs, and Graduate Fellows
TAs, GAs, and Graduate Fellows may enroll in payroll deduction to make payments for charges not covered by tuition remission, such as housing, dining, or student fees. Please complete the online form no later than the sixth week of the semester to enroll in payroll deduction. The deadline to enroll in the 7-payment deduction plan is by 3 p.m. on February 22, 2024.

Staff/Faculty Taxable Remission—Graduate Students Who Are Staff/Faculty
Please be aware that the full value of staff/faculty graduate tuition remission is subject to federal and New Jersey state tax withholding. In addition, under federal regulations, any graduate tuition remission benefit over $5,250 per calendar year is also considered taxable. Please refer to the 2024 Tax Withholding Schedule for the 2024 withholding dates.

New Brunswick Payment Center's Updated Hours of Operation—All Students 
The New Brunswick Payment Center at Dr. Samuel Dewitt Proctor Hall on the Busch Campus will be operating as follows: Wednesday–Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and Friday from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Due to the health and safety concerns associated with handling cash for students and staff, it is strongly encouraged that students use electronic payment methods instead of cash payments for paying term bills. Please review payment options and the Cash Handling Policy for more information.

myGuest Authorized User Access for Term Bills, Grades, and More—All Students
Students can authorize a third party or a parent with access to review academic records, view financial aid rewards, or make payments on their behalf. To grant this access, students must log in to their myRutgers Dashboard, and use the "Authorized Access" icon to provide access to the desired authorized party. Additional instructions for the myGuest Dashboard can be found here.

One Stop Student Services Center and Walk-Ins—All Students
The One Stop Student Services Center (One Stop) at Rutgers University–New Brunswick represents an integrated and coordinated cross-functional service in the areas of financial aid, student accounts, and registration. One Stop acts as a “single point of service” across these areas to promote a progressive, simplified, and consistent student experience and a culture that supports student satisfaction and success. Questions can be submitted using the contact form, by phone at 848-445-4636 (INFO), or by visiting the One Stop at Dr. Samuel Dewitt Proctor Hall located at 65 Davidson Road on Busch Campus. No appointments are necessary for walk-ins. The center is open Monday–Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and Friday from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Students can follow updates from One Stop on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram.


HPV Awareness Day at Rutgers—All Students
Students can protect themselves from the most common STI by getting vaccinated on campus on March 4, which is Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) Awareness Day. Vaccinations can prevent cancer and warts. Book an appointment for March 4 for the Cook Douglass Health Center here.


Academic Success Series, Back on Track, Graduate Workshop Series, GRE & MCAT Prep—All Students
The Learning Centers are offering various workshops this spring semester. Students can get focused and re-energized with workshops like Monday Motivation, Friday Focus, Back on Track Support Group, Graduate Workshop Series, and GRE+MCAT Prep. Learn more about the sessions here.

Register for Bloustein School's Master's in Public Policy, Urban Planning, Public Informatics and Health Administration Virtual Information Sessions—All Students
The Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy is hosting virtual information sessions during the spring 2024 term for their master and graduate certificate programs in Public Policy, Urban Planning, Public Informatics and Health Administration. The GRE is waived for 2024 and scholarships are available for Fall 2024. No work experience is necessary. Students must RSVP to attend an information session. Learn more and register for a session here.

Ralph W. Voorhees Fellowship in Public Service–Deadline Friday, March 15, 2024—Undergraduate Students
The Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy has established the Ralph W. Voorhees Fellowship Program in Public Service to honor Mr. Voorhees' commitment to community service. Each year, the school selects undergraduates from any major at Rutgers–New Brunswick who are dedicated to civic engagement. Fellows receive $5,000 and participate in a credit-bearing partnership with community organizations. The application is due on March 15, 2024. Apply and learn more about the fellowship program here.

Student Success Resources

Success.rutgers.edu is dedicated to helping students find all of the services and resources to succeed and is organized around four themes: Success Essentials, Academic Support Services, Involvement & Community, and Experiential Learning & Career Preparation. The site is easily searchable and includes important "How To" instructional videos and guides for topics such as Course Scheduling, Add/Drop, Canvas, Teams, the Handshake Career Management platform, and more.

Jobs, Internships and Leadership Positions

Students should regularly check out the employment listings available on Rutgers Handshake, your primary career management portal brought to you by the Office of Career Exploration and SuccessOn-campus part-time jobs are also regularly posted to the platform by campus departments.

Rutgers Virtual Career and Internship Fair Series—All Students
The Office of Career Exploration and Success is offering three virtual career and internship fairs to enable employers and candidates multiple opportunities to connect. Actively recruiting employers will be available to virtually network with candidates to discuss full-time, part-time, and internship opportunities, including in-person, virtual, or hybrid roles. Career and internship fairs are open to all Rutgers University students and alumni, and participants earn a stamp toward the #Rutgersworks Free Tuition Challenge. Learn more about virtual career and internship fairs here.

#Rutgersworks Free Tuition Challenge—All Students
The Office of Career Exploration and Success is giving away FREE Fall 2024 tuition and other prizes for all currently registered Rutgers–New Brunswick students at the undergraduate and graduate levels. The #RutgersWorks Free Tuition Challenge is a passport game where students can actively participate in career-related activities and events to earn stamps towards free tuition. Students earn stamps by attending events, utilizing online tools, or engaging with the resources listed on the game board. Students who complete at least ten challenge requirement stamps are entered into a drawing for free tuition for Fall 2024 at $6,837. Learn more about the Free Tuition Career Challenge and get started here.

Campus Involvement Opportunities and Events

Students should regularly check out the calendar of events at GetInvolved.

Did You Know?

Did you know that Rutgers–New Brunswick is a top producer of Fulbright recipients? Rutgers–New Brunswick again has been named a top producer of the Fulbright U.S. Student Program, a distinction announced by the United States Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. Learn more here.