February 19, 2019

Disclosure Statements
Students can find legal disclosures and information concerning academic programs, drug and alcohol policies, including the Drug Free Schools and Campuses Act, the Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act, the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, institutional and specialized accreditation, nondiscrimination and harassment, Title IX, public safety information, peer-to-peer file sharing, withdrawal from the institution, and more here.

Student Policy Prohibiting Sexual Harassment, Sexual Violence, Relationship Violence, Stalking and Related Misconduct
This policy contains a comprehensive explanation of “consent,” describes the rights that apply to both the accused and accuser, and lists the range of protective measures the university may offer during and after an investigation. Learn more here.

Policy Against Harassment, Intimidation, Bullying, and Defamation
Intolerance, bigotry, and bullying are antithetical to the values of the university. The Rutgers Code of Student Conduct prohibits harassment, intimidation, bullying, and defamation. The Code of Conduct contains definitions, descriptions of violations, and procedures for addressing violations. Students who wish to discuss any matter with the police or feel they are in need of immediate police attention may contact the Rutgers University Police Department: New Brunswick (732-932-7111), Newark (973-353-5111), Camden (856-225-6111).

Pregnant Students
Rutgers University is committed to creating and maintaining a community where all individuals enjoy freedom from discrimination, including discrimination on the basis of pregnancy as mandated by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 and New Jersey law. The university’s Policy Prohibiting Discrimination and Harassment can be found here.

Important Graduation Information—Undergraduate Students
Undergraduate students who anticipate completing May 2019 degree requirements must apply for graduation by submitting a diploma application online. Please contact the Undergraduate Registrar’s Office at 848-445-2757 and ask for Monica Licourt or Michael Rusen, or email diplomas@registrar.rutgers.edu with any concerns about a diploma application. Please note that completion of a diploma application does not imply that graduation requirements have been met.

2019 Summer Session Registration—All Students
Registration for Summer Session 2019 begins on Monday, February 18. Choose from more than 2,500 courses in a wide range of subjects, offered in-person, online, or at off-campus locations throughout the state. Make progress towards graduation, improve a GPA, or fulfill a prerequisite this summer. Learn more here.

Call for Participants in the Graduate Student Colloquium on Paul Robeson—Graduate Students
Master and doctoral-level students are invited to register as teams of three or four for the Graduate Student Colloquium on Paul Robeson: Alum, Activist, Scholar, Athlete, and Global Citizen. This colloquium takes place on April 5 in the Rutgers Academic Building on the College Avenue Campus. The first place team will receive a prize of $1,000, second place will receive $500, and third place receives $250. One undergraduate student can be included on each team. Applications and presentation proposal abstracts are due by March 1. This colloquium is part of the Paul Robeson Centennial celebration. Learn more about guidelines and register here.

Study Abroad Applications—All Students
Applications for summer, fall, and academic year study abroad programs are due Friday, March 1. Applications for Spring 2020 are also open and are due on October 1. Walk-in hours are Monday–Friday, noon–3 p.m., at Rutgers Global–Study Abroad on the College Avenue Campus. Learn more, search programs, and apply here.

Apply to do an Internship Abroad this Summer—All Students
Rutgers Global–Study Abroad offers a wide variety of internship opportunities around the world over the summer. Study marine science in the Cayman Islands, or intern at a company in the bustling city of London. Expand professional networks and learn critical skills necessary for the increasingly globalized international job market. Learn more and apply here.

Study Art History in Rome this Summer—Undergraduate Students 
Undergraduate students may apply for the summer program Art History in Rome. This program is a five-week intensive course led by faculty from the Rutgers University Art History Department. Classes are taught almost entirely onsite, making Rome an open-air textbook of art and architecture across centuries of Roman history. The application deadline is March 1. Learn more here

Applications for the Class of 2020 Eagleton Fellowship Program in Politics and Government—Graduate Students
The Eagleton Fellowship Program in Politics and Government is a one-year interdisciplinary certificate program available to graduate students in ALL Rutgers schools and departments. Full/part-time and international students are also eligible to apply. Stipends and tuition remission are available. Students continue working towards their degrees without interruption and learn about real-world American politics, government, and public affairs. The application deadline is March 29. Learn more here.

February 12, 2019

1098T Forms—All Students
1098T tax forms for 2018 are now available at 1098T.rutgers.edu. Students who have questions regarding their 1098T can email 1098T@sa.rutgers.edu.

Important Graduation Information—Undergraduate Students
Undergraduate students who anticipate completing May 2019 degree requirements must apply for graduation by submitting a diploma application online. Please contact the Undergraduate Registrar’s Office at 848-445-2757 and ask for Monica Licourt or Michael Rusen, or email diplomas@registrar.rutgers.edu with any concerns about a diploma application. Please note that completion of a diploma application does not imply that graduation requirements have been met.

Applications for SC&I Undergraduate Majors—Undergraduate Students
The School of Communication and Information (SC&I) is now accepting applications for admission to Communication, Information Technology and Informatics, and Journalism and Media Studies majors. View admission prerequisites and access the online application here. The deadline for applications is February 15, 2019. For more information, please contact SC&I Student Services at 848-932-7550 or sciss@comminfo.rutgers.edu

Rutgers Day Program Submissions—All Students
The Rutgers Day program submission period is now open. All academic and administrative units, student clubs and organizations, and performance groups are encouraged to submit a program and participate in the largest annual outreach event the university offers. Rutgers Day is on Saturday, April 27, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and programs must be submitted by February 15. Visit the Rutgers Day website by logging in with a NetID to submit a program, review guidelines and policies, and download marketing materials to promote activities.

Supervisor of the Year Nominations—All Students
All student employees are invited to nominate their Rutgers Faculty or Staff supervisor[s] for the 2019 Supervisor of the Year Award. The name of the winning supervisor will be announced on April 18 at the annual Student Employee of the Year Award Ceremony. Additional information and nomination forms are available here. Nominations are due on or before February 17. Please contact seo_info@ofa.rutgers.edu with any questions.

2019 Summer Session Registration—All Students
Registration for Summer Session 2019 begins on Monday, February 18. Choose from more than 2,500 courses in a wide range of subjects, offered in-person, online, or at off-campus locations throughout the state. Make progress towards graduation, improve a GPA, or fulfill a prerequisite this summer. Learn more here.

Call for Participants in the Graduate Student Colloquium on Paul Robeson—Graduate Students
Master and doctoral-level students are invited to register as teams of three or four for the Graduate Student Colloquium on Paul Robeson: Alum, Activist, Scholar, Athlete, and Global Citizen. This colloquium takes place on April 5 in the Rutgers Academic Building on the College Avenue Campus. The first place team will receive a prize of $1,000, second place will receive $500, and third place receives $250. One undergraduate student can be included on each team. Applications and presentation proposal abstracts are due by March 1. This colloquium is part of the Paul Robeson Centennial celebration. Learn more about guidelines and register here.

Study Abroad Applications—All Students
Applications for summer, fall, and academic year study abroad programs are due Friday, March 1. Applications for Spring 2020 are also open and are due on October 1. Walk-in hours are Monday–Friday, noon–3 p.m., at Rutgers Global–Study Abroad on the College Avenue Campus. Learn more, search programs, and apply here.

Apply to Study Sports, History, and Culture in the U.K. and Spain this Summer—All Students
Registration is open for this three-credit summer study abroad program where students can explore the unique history and culture of Spain and England and the influence of this history and culture on global sport and recreation movements. Learn about global sport industry and education through lectures, readings, and excursions. The application deadline is March 1. Learn more and apply here.

Apply to Study Social Movements in the United States and Japan this Summer—Undergraduate Students
Registration is open for this three-credit summer program in Kyoto, Japan, where students will explore contemporary trade and diplomatic relations in the western pacific region, including relations between Japan and the United States, as well as other East Asian countries like Korea and China. The program itinerary includes several group excursions. Possible excursions in Japan include the Peace Memorial, Hiroshima and Yasukuni Shrine in Tokyo. The application deadline is March 1. Learn more here.

Applications for the Class of 2020 Eagleton Fellowship Program in Politics and Government—Graduate Students
The Eagleton Fellowship Program in Politics and Government is a one-year interdisciplinary certificate program available to graduate students in ALL Rutgers schools and departments. Full/part-time and international students are also eligible to apply. Stipends and tuition remission are available. Students continue working towards their degrees without interruption and learn about real-world American politics, government, and public affairs. The application deadline is March 29. Learn more here.

Register for the Rutgers Writers’ Conference and earn 1.5 Credits—All Students
Students have the option of earning 1.5 credits for attending the third annual Rutgers University–New Brunswick Writers' Conference from June 1-2. Hear from bestselling novelists Amy Tan (The Joy Luck Club), Colum McMcann (Let the Great World Spin), Eloisa James (Paris In Love: A Memoir), and many others. Learn more and register here.

February 5, 2019

Dining Plan Change and Cancellation Requests—All Students
Dining Plan change and cancellation requests for the Spring 2019 semester are now being accepted in person at the RU Express and Board Plan Office in room 102 of Records Hall on the College Avenue Campus until Tuesday, February 5. This is the only time during the semester reductions and cancellations will be allowed. Requests can also be made online here.

RU Express Cancellation and Reduction Requests—All Students
RU Express initial deposit cancellation and reduction requests for the Spring 2019 semester are now being accepted in person at the RU Express and Board Plan Office in room 102 of Records Hall on the College Avenue Campus until Tuesday, February 5. This is the only time during the semester cancellations or reductions will be allowed and only if the money for the Spring 2019 semester has not been used. Requests can also be made online here.

1098T Forms—All Students
1098T tax forms for 2018 are now available at 1098T.rutgers.edu. Students who have questions regarding their 1098T can email 1098T@sa.rutgers.edu.

No Walk-Ins at the Office of Financial Aid on Friday, February 8—All Students
The Office of Financial Aid will be holding an in-service day on Friday, February 8, in an effort to improve the student experience. This means that the office at Records Hall will be closed to walk-ins for the day. Students seeking help are welcome to call the office and speak to a representative at 848-932-7057, or send an email

Important Graduation Information—Undergraduate Students
Undergraduate students who anticipate completing May 2019 degree requirements must apply for graduation by submitting a diploma application online. Please contact the Undergraduate Registrar’s Office at 848-445-2757 and ask for Monica Licourt or Michael Rusen, or email diplomas@registrar.rutgers.edu with any concerns about a diploma application. Please note that completion of a diploma application does not imply that graduation requirements have been met.

Applications for SC&I Undergraduate Majors—Undergraduate Students
The School of Communication and Information (SC&I) is now accepting applications for admission to Communication, Information Technology and Informatics, and Journalism and Media Studies majors. View admission prerequisites and access the online application here. The deadline for applications is February 15, 2019. For more information, please contact SC&I Student Services at 848-932-7550 or sciss@comminfo.rutgers.edu

Rutgers Day Program Submissions—All Students
The Rutgers Day program submission period is now open. All academic and administrative units, student clubs and organizations, and performance groups are encouraged to submit a program and participate in the largest annual outreach event the university offers. Rutgers Day is on Saturday, April 27, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and programs must be submitted by February 15. Visit the Rutgers Day website by logging in with a NetID to submit a program, review guidelines and policies, and download marketing materials to promote activities.

Call for Participants in the Graduate Student Colloquium on Paul Robeson—Graduate Students
Master and doctoral-level students are invited to register as teams of three or four for the Graduate Student Colloquium on Paul Robeson: Alum, Activist, Scholar, Athlete, and Global Citizen. This colloquium takes place on April 5 in the Rutgers Academic Building on the College Avenue Campus. The first place team will receive a prize of $1,000, second place will receive $500, and third place receives $250. One undergraduate student can be included on each team. Applications and presentation proposal abstracts are due by March 1. This colloquium is part of the Paul Robeson Centennial celebration. Learn more about guidelines and register here.

Study Abroad Applications—All Students
Applications for summer, fall, and academic year study abroad programs are due Friday, March 1. Applications for Spring 2020 are also open and are due on October 1. Walk-in hours are Monday–Friday, noon–3 p.m., at Rutgers Global–Study Abroad on the College Avenue Campus. Learn more, search programs, and apply here.

Apply to Study Shakespeare in England this Summer—Undergraduate Students
Undergraduate students may witness Shakespeare's work as it was meant to be seen and learn about the challenges and complexities of Shakespearian production by site visits to some of the United Kingdom's most famous theaters. Performances in the Globe Theatre in London and by the Royal Shakespeare Company are major parts of this four-week, three-credit summer program. The application deadline is March 1. Learn more here.

Apply to Study at the Fez Morocco Ethnographic Field School this Summer—Undergraduate Students
Undergraduate students may apply to practice ethnographic research methods while conducting fieldwork in the historical city of Fez, Morocco. During this four-week, six-credit program, students engage in guest lectures, spiritual music concerts, and cultural immersion while living with Moroccan families. The application deadline is March 1. Learn more here.

2019 Summer Session Schedule Now Available
The schedule of classes for the Summer 2019 term is now available. Choose from more than 2,500 courses in a wide range of subjects, offered in-person, online, or at off-campus locations throughout the state. Make progress towards graduation, improve a GPA, or fulfill a prerequisite this summer. Start planning schedules now and register beginning on February 18. Learn more here.

January 29, 2019

Spring 2019 Add/Drop Dates–Undergraduate Students
– January 29: Last day to drop a course without a "W" grade.
– January 30: Last day to add a course. Last day to drop a course with a "W" grade is March 25.

Normal Webreg hours are from 6:30 a.m. to midnight (Monday through Friday), and 6:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays. The Registrars’ Offices are located at the Administrative Services Building on the Busch Campus in rooms 200B, 200F, and 200L. During the add/drop period, offices are open from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. on weekdays. For additional information, please email studenthelp@registrar.rutgers.edu. View the Spring 2019 Undergraduate Calendar here.

Spring 2019 Add/Drop Dates—Graduate Students
Graduate students can view the Spring 2019 Registration Calendar here, along with add/drop dates and the withdrawal schedule.

View and Pay Spring Semester Term Bills—All Students
Students can view and pay spring semester term bills at paymybill.rutgers.edu. Term bills not paid by the due date will be assessed a late payment fee of $125.00. Students can choose to enroll in a payment plan for assistance with paying term bill balances at paymentplans.rutgers.edu. Students can now authorize a third party or a parent with access to make payments on their behalf by simply logging into the term bill and using the “Manage Access” section to provide access to the designated payer.

Staff Tuition Remission
Staff Tuition Remission is now automated and can be submitted via the MyRutgers portal.

1098Ts
Starting at the end of January, students will receive an email notification with instructions for viewing and printing the 2018 1098T tax forms for Educational Tax Credits. Students with scholarships and grant aid greater than their qualified tuition and fee charges are not eligible to claim a tax deduction and will not see a 1098T form. For more information about the 1098T forms, visit 1098T.rutgers.edu.

Sign Up for Direct Deposit to Receive Refunds—All Students
Students are strongly encouraged to sign up for direct deposit with RU ScholarRefund for the fastest, safest, and most convenient way to receive refunds. Funds are available for immediate use once deposited. For more information and to enroll, go to refunds.rutgers.edu.

Dining Plan Change and Cancellation Requests—All Students
Dining Plan change and cancellation requests for the Spring 2019 semester are now being accepted in person at the RU Express and Board Plan Office in room 102 of Records Hall on the College Avenue Campus until Tuesday, February 5. This is the only time during the semester reductions and cancellations will be allowed. Requests can also be made online here.

RU Express Cancellation and Reduction Requests—All Students
RU Express initial deposit cancellation and reduction requests for the Spring 2019 semester are now being accepted in person at the RU Express and Board Plan Office in room 102 of Records Hall on the College Avenue Campus until Tuesday, February 5. This is the only time during the semester cancellations or reductions will be allowed and only if the money for the Spring 2019 semester has not been used. Requests can also be made online here.

Flu Vaccine Clinics—All Students
Student Health is hosting their last two flu vaccine clinics of the year today, Tuesday, January 29. Clinics will be held at the Sojourner Truth Apartments (The Yard) on the College Avenue Campus and at Livingston Student Center from 1 to 9 pm. Students need to bring their Rutgers ID and insurance information. Learn more about flu vaccinations here.

Applications for SC&I Undergraduate Majors—Undergraduate Students
The School of Communication and Information (SC&I) is now accepting applications for admission to Communication, Information Technology and Informatics, and Journalism and Media Studies majors. View admission prerequisites and access the online application here. The deadline for applications is February 15, 2019. There will be an undergraduate information session on Monday, February 4, at 6 p.m. in room 323 of the SC&I building on the College Avenue Campus. For more information, please contact SC&I Student Services at 848-932-7550 or sciss@comminfo.rutgers.edu

Rutgers Day Program Submissions—All Students
The Rutgers Day program submission period is now open. All academic and administrative units, student clubs and organizations, and performance groups are encouraged to submit a program and participate in the largest annual outreach event the university offers. Rutgers Day is on Saturday, April 27, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and programs must be submitted by February 15. Visit the Rutgers Day website by logging in with a NetID to submit a program, review guidelines and policies, and download marketing materials to promote activities.

Supervisor of the Year Nominations—All Students
All student employees are invited to nominate their Rutgers Faculty or Staff supervisor[s] for the 2019 Supervisor of the Year Award. The name of the winning supervisor will be announced on April 18 at the annual Student Employee of the Year Award Ceremony. Additional information and nomination forms are available here. Nominations are due on or before February 17. Please contact seo_info@ofa.rutgers.edu with any questions.

Study Abroad Applications—All Students
Applications for summer, fall, and academic year study abroad programs are due Friday, March 1. Applications for Spring 2020 are also open and are due on October 1. Walk-in hours are Monday–Friday, noon–3 p.m., at Rutgers Global–Study Abroad on the College Avenue Campus. Learn more, search programs, and apply here.

Apply for the 3+3 Program (Bachelor’s/J.D. Dual Degree) By March 1—Undergraduate Students
Undergraduate students considering law school can complete the Rutgers Law 3+3 Program in just six years, instead of the usual seven years to earn an undergraduate and law degree. The program is open to students across all Rutgers campuses who complete the application process by March 1 of their third undergraduate year. Learn more here.

Apply for the Microbiology and Culture of Cheese and Wine Summer Course—Undergraduate Students
Undergraduate students can study the history, culture, and science behind French wine and cheese with Dr. Max Haggblom in Cluny, France, and earn 3 microbiology credits at the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences. The course takes place this summer from June 2 to June 15. Students will go on a gastronomic tour of Louis Pasteur's home, see fermentation in action at local boulangeries, and study the process of turning water into wine. The application deadline is March 1. Please contact Professor Haggblom at haggblom@rutgers.edu with any questions. Learn more here.

Apply to Study Creative Writing in England this Summer—Undergraduate Students
Undergraduate students can apply for the Rutgers Creative Writing summer study abroad program. This 16-day, 3-credit, intensive-writing program is designed to expose students to the history and literary inspiration of one of England’s most remarkable landscapes and is loosely based on Virginia Woolf’s daily schedule. Applications are due March 1. Learn more here.

Apply to Study on the Mediterranean Island of Malta this Summer—Undergraduate Students
Undergraduate students can apply for the 3-credit summer course Malta and the Mediterranean World. Students experience the Mediterranean island of Malta, from its prehistoric past to its modern history in this 2-week course. Visit megalithic temples, discover in the dungeons of the Inquisition, walk around the fortresses of the Knights of St. John, and relax in one of Malta's beautiful islands. The application deadline is March 1. Learn more and apply here.

2019 Summer Session Schedule Now Available
The schedule of classes for the Summer 2019 term is now available. Choose from more than 2,500 courses in a wide range of subjects, offered in-person, online, or at off-campus locations throughout the state. Make progress towards graduation, improve a GPA, or fulfill a prerequisite this summer. Start planning schedules now and register beginning on February 18. Learn more here.

January 22, 2019

Spring 2019 Add/Drop Dates–Undergraduate Students
– January 22:
First day of classes. All undergraduates may add/drop starting today.
– January 29: Last day to drop a course without a "W" grade.
– January 30: Last day to add a course. Last day to drop a course with a "W" grade is March 25.

Normal Webreg hours are from 6:30 a.m. to midnight (Monday through Friday), and 6:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays. The Registrars’ Offices are located at the Administrative Services Building on the Busch Campus in rooms 200B, 200F, and 200L. During the add/drop period, offices are open from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. on weekdays. For additional information, please email studenthelp@registrar.rutgers.edu. View the Spring 2019 Undergraduate Calendar here.

Spring 2019 Add/Drop Dates—Graduate Students
Graduate students can view the Spring 2019 Registration Calendar here, along with add/drop dates and the withdrawal schedule.

View and Pay Spring Semester Term Bills—All Students
Students can view and pay spring semester term bills at paymybill.rutgers.edu. Term bills not paid by the due date will be assessed a late payment fee of $125.00. Students can choose to enroll in a payment plan for assistance with paying term bill balances at paymentplans.rutgers.edu. Students can now authorize a third party or a parent with access to make payments on their behalf by simply logging into the term bill and using the “Manage Access” section to provide access to the designated payer.

Staff Tuition Remission
Staff Tuition Remission is now automated and can be submitted via the MyRutgers portal.

1098Ts
Starting at the end of January, students will receive an email notification with instructions for viewing and printing the 2018 1098T tax forms for Educational Tax Credits. Students with scholarships and grant aid greater than their qualified tuition and fee charges are not eligible to claim a tax deduction and will not see a 1098T form. For more information about the 1098T forms, visit 1098T.rutgers.edu.

Sign Up for Direct Deposit to Receive Refunds—All Students
Students are strongly encouraged to sign up for direct deposit with RU ScholarRefund for the fastest, safest, and most convenient way to receive refunds. Funds are available for immediate use once deposited. For more information and to enroll, go to refunds.rutgers.edu.

Dining Plan Change and Cancellation Requests—All Students
Dining Plan change and cancellation requests for the Spring 2019 semester are now being accepted in person at the RU Express and Board Plan Office in room 102 of Records Hall on the College Avenue Campus until Tuesday, February 5. This is the only time during the semester reductions and cancellations will be allowed. Requests can also be made online here.

RU Express Cancellation and Reduction Requests—All Students
RU Express initial deposit cancellation and reduction requests for the Spring 2019 semester are now being accepted in person at the RU Express and Board Plan Office in room 102 of Records Hall on the College Avenue Campus until Tuesday, February 5. This is the only time during the semester cancellations or reductions will be allowed and only if the money for the Spring 2019 semester has not been used. Requests can also be made online here.

Flu Vaccine Clinics—All Students
Student Health is hosting their last two flu vaccine clinics of the year on Tuesday, January 29. Clinics will be held at the Sojourner Truth Apartments (The Yard) on the College Avenue Campus and at Livingston Student Center from 1 to 9 pm. Students need to bring their Rutgers ID and insurance information. Learn more about flu vaccinations here.

Rutgers Day Program Submissions—All Students
The Rutgers Day program submission period is now open. All academic and administrative units, student clubs and organizations, and performance groups are encouraged to submit a program and participate in the largest annual outreach event the university offers. Rutgers Day is on Saturday, April 27, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and programs must be submitted by February 15. Visit the Rutgers Day website by logging in with a NetID to submit a program, review guidelines and policies, and download marketing materials to promote activities.

Register for Bloustein School's New Big Data Master’s Program for Fall 2019—Undergraduate Students
The Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy is now accepting applications for Fall 2019 to its new Master of Public Informatics (MPI) program. This program is suited for students with interests in big data, data science and data management as it relates to public policy, urban planning, and health administration. Admission requirements and the online application can be found here. The deadline for applications to be considered for merit-based funding awards is February 1, 2019. For more information, please contact recruit@ejb.rutgers.edu.

Register for the 3+3 Program (Bachelor’s/J.D. Dual Degree) By March 1—Undergraduate Students
Undergraduate students considering law school can complete the Rutgers Law 3+3 Program in just six years, instead of the usual seven years to earn an undergraduate and law degree. The program is open to students across all Rutgers campuses who complete the application process by March 1 of their third undergraduate year. Learn more here.

2019 Summer Session Schedule Now Available
The schedule of classes for the Summer 2019 term is now available. Choose from more than 2,500 courses in a wide range of subjects, offered in-person, online, or at off-campus locations throughout the state. Make progress towards graduation, improve a GPA, or fulfill a prerequisite this summer. Start planning schedules now and register beginning on February 18. Learn more here.

December 11, 2018

Regular Classes End This Week
Wednesday, December 12, is the last day of regular classes for the semester. Thursday, December 13, is a Reading Day, and the final exam period begins on Friday, December 14.

Winter Break Hall Closing
Certain residence halls on the Rutgers–New Brunswick campus will close at 7 p.m. on Friday, December 21, for the beginning of the Winter Recess. Residence halls will re-open on Sunday, January 20, at 9 a.m. Prior to moving out, please consult and complete the closing checklist in its entirety to help ensure that all students may return to a warm and welcoming community after break. Residence Life staff will conduct closing room checks. Students should contact their Residence Life staff with any questions. View a full list of buildings closing for break here.

Winter 2019 Term Bill Payments—All Students 
Students should view and pay bills for the Winter 2019 term on the Student Accounting website. December 3 was the due date for payments, and students who pay after this date will be assessed a $125 late fee. Learn more here.

Late Registration for Winter Term—All Students
The late registration period for the Winter 2019 term began on December 4. Students may continue to register but will be assessed a $125 late fee. Earn up to four credits during winter break and choose from 150 courses in a wide range of subjects. Courses are offered in face-to-face, online, or hybrid format. Learn more here.

Important Graduation Information—Undergraduate Students
Undergraduate students who anticipate completing January 2019 degree requirements must apply for graduation by submitting the following an Online Diploma Application. For questions regarding diploma applications, please contact the Undergraduate Registrar’s Office at 848-445-2757 and ask for Monica Licourt or Michael Rusen, or email diplomas@registrar.rutgers.edu. Please note that the completion of a diploma application does not imply that graduation requirements have been met.

Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) Is Now Available for 2019–2020—All Students
The 2019–2020 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is now available. Continuing students should file before the January 15, 2019, priority deadline. Learn how to apply for financial aid on the Office of Financial Aid website

Apply to Study Political Science, United Nations, and Contemporary Global Policy Issues in Germany this Summer—All Students 
The European Summer Institute is a joint educational venture between Rutgers University and the University of Kassel in Germany and is open to undergraduate and graduate students of all majors. Students can take two courses for 6 credits that are taught by professors from both universities in the city of Kassel. This 6-week home stay program also includes study tours to the European Union institutions in Brussels (Belgium) and U.N. agencies in Geneva (Switzerland), and excursions in Berlin (Germany). The deadline for applications is February 15, 2019. Learn more here.

Apply to Study Primates and Other Wildlife in Kenya this Summer—Undergraduate Students
The outgoing program Primatology, Wildlife Ecology, and Conservation will be offered this summer in Kenya from June 27–July 23, 2019. This 6-credit program is run by Professor Ryne Palombit in the Department of Anthropology and focuses on learning about wildlife–including primates–in Kenya, how to study them, and conservation initiatives in Africa. The deadline for applications is March 1, 2019. Students who are interested may contact Professor Palombit at palombit@rutgers.edu, or learn more here.

Study Abroad Applications—All Students 
Applications for Summer 2019 study abroad are open and due on March 1, 2019. Walk-in hours are Monday–Friday, noon to 3 p.m., at Rutgers Global–Study Abroad on the College Avenue Campus. Learn more, search programs, and apply here.

December 4, 2018

Winter 2019 Term Bill Due Date—All Students 
Students should view and pay bills for the Winter 2019 term on the Student Accounting website. Students who pay term bills after the December 3 due date will be assessed a $125 late fee. Learn more here.

Late Registration for Winter Term—All Students
The late registration period for the Winter 2019 term begins today, December 4. Students may continue to register but will be assessed a $125 late fee. Earn up to four credits during winter break and choose from 150 courses in a wide range of subjects. Courses are offered in face-to-face, online, or hybrid format. Learn more here.

Important Graduation Information—Undergraduate Students
Undergraduate students who anticipate completing January 2019 degree requirements must apply for graduation by submitting the following an Online Diploma Application. For questions regarding diploma applications, please contact the Undergraduate Registrar’s Office at 848-445-2757 and ask for Monica Licourt or Michael Rusen, or email diplomas@registrar.rutgers.edu. Please note that the completion of a diploma application does not imply that graduation requirements have been met.

Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) Is Now Available for 2019–2020—All Students
The 2019–2020 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is now available. Continuing students should file before the January 15, 2019, priority deadline. Learn how to apply for financial aid on the Office of Financial Aid website

Doing Business in Israel: Winter Session Course and Trip—Undergraduate Students
Registration for the new Rutgers–New Brunswick Winter Session course, Doing Business in Israel, is now open. Students can complete credits while in Israel this winter from December 21–January 18. This course provides a comprehensive and hands-on understanding of the dynamics of all types of innovation and entrepreneurship. Students will develop a deep understanding of the social, economic, and cultural environment in Israel and how these dynamics affect local and foreign firms. The program is open to all undergraduate students. Rutgers Business School students should inquire about potential scholarships available through RBS; students in other programs may be able to access scholarships/subsidies through their own schools. The deadline to register is December 9, 2018.  Learn more about the course and fill out this survey to indicate interest here

Applications for the McNair Postbaccalaureate Achievement Program—Undergraduate Students
Applications are being accepted through December 7, 2018, for cohort 2019 for the Rutgers University–New Brunswick Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program. The McNair Program provides a supportive environment and a multitude of resources to assist and prepare students interested in pursuing a doctoral education. The program benefits include, but not limited to, up to 6 credits toward graduation, research funding, and graduate school preparation. Low-income, first generation, and/or historically underrepresented students interested in pursuing a doctoral degree are encouraged to apply. Please contact Assistant Director Jhanna Jean Louis at jhannaj@echo.rutgers.edu with any questions. Learn more here.

Register for Bloustein School's New Big Data Master’s Program for Fall 2019—Undergraduate Students
The Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy is now accepting applications for Fall 2019 to its new Master of Public Informatics (MPI) program. This program is suited for students with interests in big data, data science and data management as it relates to public policy, urban planning, and health administration. Admission requirements and the online application can be found here. The deadline for applications to be considered for merit-based funding awards is February 1, 2019. For more information, please contact recruit@ejb.rutgers.edu.

Apply to Study Political Science, United Nations, and Contemporary Global Policy Issues in Germany this Summer—All Students 
The European Summer Institute is a joint educational venture between Rutgers University and the University of Kassel in Germany and is open to undergraduate and graduate students of all majors. Students can take two courses for 6 credits that are taught by professors from both universities in the city of Kassel. This 6-week home stay program also includes study tours to the European Union institutions in Brussels (Belgium) and U.N. agencies in Geneva (Switzerland), and excursions in Berlin (Germany). The deadline for applications is February 15, 2019. Learn more here.

Register for the 3+3 Program (Bachelor’s/J.D. Dual Degree) By March 1—Undergraduate Students
Undergraduate students considering law school can complete the Rutgers Law 3+3 Program in just six years, instead of the usual seven years to earn an undergraduate and law degree. The program is open to students across all Rutgers campuses who complete the application process by March 1 of their third undergraduate year. Learn more here.

Apply to Study Primates and Other Wildlife in Kenya this Summer—Undergraduate Students
The outgoing program Primatology, Wildlife Ecology, and Conservation will be offered this summer in Kenya from June 27–July 23, 2019. This 6-credit program is run by Professor Ryne Palombit in the Department of Anthropology and focuses on learning about wildlife–including primates–in Kenya, how to study them, and conservation initiatives in Africa. The deadline for applications is March 1, 2019. Students who are interested may contact Professor Palombit at palombit@rutgers.edu, or learn more here.

Study Abroad Applications—All Students 
Applications for Summer 2019 study abroad are open and due on March 1, 2019. Walk-in hours are Monday–Friday, noon to 3 p.m., at Rutgers Global–Study Abroad on the College Avenue Campus. Learn more, search programs, and apply here.

November 27, 2018

Late fees for Winter Term Registration—All Students 
The last day to register for the Winter 2019 term without a late fee is December 3. After this date, a $125 late fee will be assessed. Choose from 150 courses in a wide range of subjects. Courses are offered in face-to-face, online or hybrid format. Plan schedules now. Learn more here.

Important Graduation Information—Undergraduate Students
Undergraduate students who anticipate completing January 2019 degree requirements must apply for graduation by submitting the following an Online Diploma Application. For questions regarding diploma applications, please contact the Undergraduate Registrar’s Office at 848-445-2757 and ask for Monica Licourt or Michael Rusen, or email diplomas@registrar.rutgers.edu. Please note that the completion of a diploma application does not imply that graduation requirements have been met.

Call for May 2020 Commencement Speaker and Honorary Degree Nominations—All Students 
Rutgers is now accepting commencement speaker and honorary degree nominations for the May 2020 ceremonies at Rutgers University–New Brunswick (including Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences). Because speakers will also be awarded an honorary degree, nominations for the university commencement speaker should also follow the guidelines for honorary degree candidates. Speaker nominees should be someone who is engaging and interesting with broad appeal to a diverse audience. Nominations for the commencement speaker and honorary degrees to be awarded in May 2020 will be accepted until November 30, 2018. More information on the nomination process is available here.

Doing Business in Israel: Winter Session Course and Trip—Undergraduate Students
Registration for the new Rutgers–New Brunswick Winter Session course, Doing Business in Israel, is now open. Students can complete credits while in Israel this winter from December 21–January 18. This course provides a comprehensive and hands-on understanding of the dynamics of all types of innovation and entrepreneurship. Students will develop a deep understanding of the social, economic, and cultural environment in Israel and how these dynamics affect local and foreign firms. The program is open to all undergraduate students. Rutgers Business School students should inquire about potential scholarships available through RBS; students in other programs may be able to access scholarships/subsidies through their own schools. Learn more about the course and fill out this survey to indicate interest here

Applications for the McNair Postbaccalaureate Achievement Program—Undergraduate Students
Applications are being accepted through December 7, 2018, for cohort 2019 for the Rutgers University–New Brunswick Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program. The McNair Program provides a supportive environment and a multitude of resources to assist and prepare students interested in pursuing a doctoral education. The program benefits include, but not limited to, up to 6 credits toward graduation, research funding, and graduate school preparation. Low-income, first generation, and/or historically underrepresented students interested in pursuing a doctoral degree are encouraged to apply. Please contact Assistant Director Jhanna Jean Louis at jhannaj@echo.rutgers.edu with any questions. Learn more here.

Register for Bloustein School's New Big Data Master’s Program for Fall 2019—Undergraduate Students
The Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy is now accepting applications for Fall 2019 to its new Master of Public Informatics (MPI) program. This program is suited for students with interests in big data, data science and data management as it relates to public policy, urban planning, and health administration. Admission requirements and the online application can be found here. The deadline for applications to be considered for merit-based funding awards is February 1, 2019. For more information, please contact recruit@ejb.rutgers.edu.

Apply to Study Political Science, United Nations, and Contemporary Global Policy Issues in Germany this Summer—All Students 
The European Summer Institute is a joint educational venture between Rutgers University and the University of Kassel in Germany and is open to undergraduate and graduate students of all majors. Students can take two courses for 6 credits that are taught by professors from both universities in the city of Kassel. This 6-week home stay program also includes study tours to the European Union institutions in Brussels (Belgium) and U.N. agencies in Geneva (Switzerland), and excursions in Berlin (Germany). The deadline for applications is February 15, 2019. Learn more here.

Apply to Study Primates and Other Wildlife in Kenya this Summer—Undergraduate Students
The outgoing program Primatology, Wildlife Ecology, and Conservation will be offered this summer in Kenya from June 27–July 23, 2019. This 6-credit program is run by Professor Ryne Palombit in the Department of Anthropology and focuses on learning about wildlife–including primates–in Kenya, how to study them, and conservation initiatives in Africa. The deadline for applications is March 1, 2019. Students who are interested may contact Professor Palombit at palombit@rutgers.edu, or learn more here.

Study Abroad Applications—All Students 
Applications for Summer 2019 study abroad are open and due on March 1, 2019. Walk-in hours are Monday–Friday, noon to 3 p.m., at Rutgers Global–Study Abroad on the College Avenue Campus. Learn more, search programs, and apply here.

November 20, 2018

Changes in Designation of Class Days
The week of November 19 is shortened due to the Thanksgiving recess. Tuesday, November 20, follows a Thursday class schedule. Wednesday, November 21, follows a Friday class schedule. 

Thanksgiving Break Hall Closing
Certain residence halls on the Rutgers–New Brunswick campus close at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, November 21, for the beginning of Thanksgiving recess. Residence halls re-open on Sunday, November 25, at 9 a.m. Prior to moving out, please consult and complete the closing checklist in its entirety to help ensure that all students may return to a warm and welcoming community after break. Residence Life staff will conduct closing room checks. Students should contact their Residence Life staff with any questions. View a full list of buildings closing for break here.

Important Graduation Information—Undergraduate Students
Undergraduate students who anticipate completing January 2019 degree requirements must apply for graduation by submitting the following an Online Diploma Application. For questions regarding diploma applications, please contact the Undergraduate Registrar’s Office at 848-445-2757 and ask for Monica Licourt or Michael Rusen, or email diplomas@registrar.rutgers.edu. Please note that the completion of a diploma application does not imply that graduation requirements have been met.

Registration for Winter Term Is Ongoing—All Students 
Registration for the Winter 2019 term is ongoing. Earn up to four credits during winter break. Choose from 150 courses in a wide range of subjects. Courses are offered in face-to-face, online or hybrid format. Plan schedules now. Learn more here.

Call for May 2020 Commencement Speaker and Honorary Degree Nominations—All Students 
Rutgers is now accepting commencement speaker and honorary degree nominations for the May 2020 ceremonies at Rutgers University–New Brunswick (including Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences). Because speakers will also be awarded an honorary degree, nominations for the university commencement speaker should also follow the guidelines for honorary degree candidates. Speaker nominees should be someone who is engaging and interesting with broad appeal to a diverse audience. Nominations for the commencement speaker and honorary degrees to be awarded in May 2020 will be accepted until November 30, 2018. More information on the nomination process is available here.

Doing Business in Israel: Winter Session Course and Trip—Undergraduate Students
Registration for the new Rutgers–New Brunswick Winter Session course, Doing Business in Israel, is now open. Students can complete credits while in Israel this winter from December 21–January 18. This course provides a comprehensive and hands-on understanding of the dynamics of all types of innovation and entrepreneurship. Students will develop a deep understanding of the social, economic, and cultural environment in Israel and how these dynamics affect local and foreign firms. The program is open to all undergraduate students. Rutgers Business School students should inquire about potential scholarships available through RBS; students in other programs may be able to access scholarships/subsidies through their own schools. The deadline to register is Sunday, December 9th. Learn more about the course and fill out this survey to indicate interest here

Applications for the McNair Postbaccalaureate Achievement Program—Undergraduate Students
Applications are being accepted through December 7, 2018, for cohort 2019 for the Rutgers University–New Brunswick Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program. The McNair Program provides a supportive environment and a multitude of resources to assist and prepare students interested in pursuing a doctoral education. The program benefits include, but not limited to, up to 6 credits toward graduation, research funding, and graduate school preparation. Low-income, first generation, and/or historically underrepresented students interested in pursuing a doctoral degree are encouraged to apply. Please contact Assistant Director Jhanna Jean Louis at jhannaj@echo.rutgers.edu with any questions. Learn more here.

Register for Bloustein School's New Big Data Master’s Program for Fall 2019—Undergraduate Students
The Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy is now accepting applications for Fall 2019 to its new Master of Public Informatics (MPI) program. This program is suited for students with interests in big data, data science and data management as it relates to public policy, urban planning, and health administration. Admission requirements and the online application can be found here. The deadline for applications to be considered for merit-based funding awards is February 1, 2019. For more information, please contact recruit@ejb.rutgers.edu.

Apply to Study Primates and Other Wildlife in Kenya this Summer—Undergraduate Students
The outgoing program Primatology, Wildlife Ecology, and Conservation will be offered this summer in Kenya from June 27–July 23, 2019. This 6-credit program is run by Professor Ryne Palombit in the Department of Anthropology and focuses on learning about wildlife–including primates–in Kenya, how to study them, and conservation initiatives in Africa. The deadline for applications is March 1, 2019. Students who are interested may contact Professor Palombit at palombit@rutgers.edu, or learn more here.

Study Abroad Applications—All Students 
Applications for Summer 2019 study abroad are open and due on March 1, 2019. Walk-in hours are Monday–Friday, noon to 3 p.m., at Rutgers Global–Study Abroad on the College Avenue Campus. Learn more, search programs, and apply here.

November 13, 2018

Spring 2019 Pre-Registration Is Ongoing—Undergraduate Students
Pre-registration for the Spring 2019 term is ongoing for New Brunswick undergraduate students and continues through today, Tuesday, November 13. Registration is by degree credits already earned. Please email studenthelp@registrar.rutgers.edu for additional information, or learn more here.

Registration for Winter Term Is Ongoing—All Students 
Registration for the Winter 2019 term is ongoing. Earn up to four credits during winter break. Choose from 150 courses in a wide range of subjects. Courses are offered in face-to-face, online or hybrid format. Plan schedules now. Learn more here.

Important Graduation Information—Undergraduate Students
Undergraduate students who anticipate completing January 2019 degree requirements must apply for graduation by submitting an Online Diploma Application. For questions regarding diploma applications, please contact the Undergraduate Registrar’s Office at 848-445-2757 and ask for Monica Licourt or Michael Rusen, or email diplomas@registrar.rutgers.edu. Please note that the completion of a diploma application does not imply that graduation requirements have been met.

Changes in Designation of Class Days
The week of November 19 is shortened due to the Thanksgiving recess. Tuesday, November 20, follows a Thursday class schedule. Wednesday, November 21, follows a Friday class schedule. 

Thanksgiving Break Hall Closing
Certain residence halls on the Rutgers–New Brunswick campus close at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, November 21, for the beginning of Thanksgiving recess. Residence halls re-open on Sunday, November 25, at 9 a.m. Prior to moving out, please consult and complete the closing checklist in its entirety to help ensure that all students may return to a warm and welcoming community after break. Residence Life staff will conduct closing room checks. Students should contact their Residence Life staff with any questions. View a full list of buildings closing for break here.

Call for May 2020 Commencement Speaker and Honorary Degree Nominations—All Students 
Rutgers is now accepting commencement speaker and honorary degree nominations for the May 2020 ceremonies at Rutgers University–New Brunswick (including Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences). Because speakers will also be awarded an honorary degree, nominations for the university commencement speaker should also follow the guidelines for honorary degree candidates. Speaker nominees should be someone who is engaging and interesting with broad appeal to a diverse audience. Nominations for the commencement speaker and honorary degrees to be awarded in May 2020 will be accepted until November 30, 2018. More information on the nomination process is available here.

Doing Business in Israel: Winter Session Course and Trip—Undergraduate Students
Registration for the new Rutgers–New Brunswick Winter Session course, Doing Business in Israel, is now open. Students can complete credits while in Israel this winter from December 21–January 18. This course provides a comprehensive and hands-on understanding of the dynamics of all types of innovation and entrepreneurship. Students will develop a deep understanding of the social, economic, and cultural environment in Israel and how these dynamics affect local and foreign firms. The program is open to all undergraduate students. Rutgers Business School students should inquire about potential scholarships available through RBS; students in other programs may be able to access scholarships/subsidies through their own schools. Learn more about the course and fill out this survey to indicate interest here

Applications for the McNair Postbaccalaureate Achievement Program—Undergraduate Students
Applications are being accepted through December 7, 2018, for cohort 2019 for the Rutgers University–New Brunswick Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program. The McNair Program provides a supportive environment and a multitude of resources to assist and prepare students interested in pursuing a doctoral education. The program benefits include, but not limited to, up to 6 credits toward graduation, research funding, and graduate school preparation. Low-income, first generation, and/or historically underrepresented students interested in pursuing a doctoral degree are encouraged to apply. Please contact Assistant Director Jhanna Jean Louis at jhannaj@echo.rutgers.edu with any questions. Learn more here.

Register for Bloustein School's New Big Data Master’s Program for Fall 2019—Undergraduate Students
The Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy is now accepting applications for Fall 2019 to its new Master of Public Informatics (MPI) program. This program is suited for students with interests in big data, data science and data management as it relates to public policy, urban planning, and health administration. Admission requirements and the online application can be found here. The deadline for applications to be considered for merit-based funding awards is February 1, 2019. For more information, please contact recruit@ejb.rutgers.edu.

Apply to Study Primates and Other Wildlife in Kenya this Summer—Undergraduate Students
The outgoing program Primatology, Wildlife Ecology, and Conservation will be offered this summer in Kenya from June 27-July 23, 2019. This 6-credit program is run by Professor Ryne Palombit in the Department of Anthropology and focuses on learning about wildlife–including primates–in Kenya, how to study them, and conservation initiatives in Africa. The deadline for applications is March 1, 2019. Students who are interested may contact Professor Palombit at palombit@rutgers.edu, or learn more here.

Study Abroad Applications—All Students 
Applications for Summer 2019 study abroad are open and due on March 1, 2019. Walk-in hours are Monday–Friday, noon to 3 p.m., at Rutgers Global–Study Abroad on the College Avenue Campus. Learn more, search programs, and apply here.