Through a student-centered network of departments and staff, the Offices of the Dean of Students provide integrated solutions, services, and support to enhance the student experience at Rutgers University–New Brunswick.
Student Support provides advocacy, connections to campus resources, and assistance for temporary conditions as well as challenges due to health, financial, personal, family or other confidential matters
Off-Campus Living and Community Initiatives
Rutgers University Off-Campus Living and Community initiatives is here to help students, faculty, staff and other Rutgers community members interested in living off campus by providing online resources and educational programming. We provide tips and information about off-campus living including understanding leases, security deposits, and rental responsibilities. This unit also addresses issues of student basic needs and oversee faith and spirituality initiatives and partnerships.
Student Orientation and Transition Programs
Student Orientation and Transition Programs welcomes, prepares, and engages new students and their families in their transition to Rutgers University - New Brunswick. The unit also provides support and services to graduate students at Rutgers University-New Brunswick.
Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution
Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution supports the educational goals of Rutgers University by facilitating processes that 1) assist students in making better choices in regards to their behavior, 2) provide an outlet for community members to addresses conflict, and 3) aid in the creation of a safer, more educational, and more inclusive community.
Compliance, Title IX and Legal Services
Student Affairs Compliance, Title IX and Legal Services strives to provide a safe campus environment free from all forms of sex discrimination. We accomplish our mission through a collaborative approach that primarily focuses on addressing reported misconduct and providing education to the Rutgers community. The unit also gives students a place to go to have their questions answered so that their legal issues do not interfere with their academic pursuits.