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August 12, 2022: Both the SSB Building and Ackerson Hall have resumed in-person operations. Check your email for further details.

School of Nursing Student Resources

For Rutgers University COVID-19 operating status, please check coronavirus.rutgers.edu. Also see our School of Nursing COVID-19 Resources page for more resources.



School of Nursing Departments

Campus-Specific Information on Other Student Services

New Brunswick and Blackwood Campus Students

Counseling, Alcohol and Other Drug Assistance Program & Psychiatric Services (CAPS)

Additional Crisis Counseling Resource (Non Rutgers)

  • healhealthcareworkers.com– telehealth crisis counseling, virtual support groups, and wellness webinars for all NJ healthcare workers and their families

One Stop Student Services Center – Rutgers University New Brunswick

For questions related to financial aidstudent accounts, and registration, submit an inquiry to One Stop here

View One Stop Student Services operating status

Violence Prevention and Victim Assistance (VPVA)

Confidential services for any student who has experienced violence or harassment, or wants to support a friend or loved one who has. 

Title IX

The Office of Student Affairs Compliance and Title IX strives to provide a safe campus environment free from all forms of sex discrimination.

Office of Disability Services (ODS)

ODS provides the necessary tools, resources and support for individuals with disabilities to become responsible decision-makers and self-advocates in charge of their own future.

Rutgers University Police Department (RUPD)

New Brunswick

The New Brunswick division of the Rutgers Police Department is located at 55 Paul Robeson Boulevard.

Camden (for Blackwood students)
The Camden division of the Rutgers Police Department is located at 409 North 5th Street.

Recreation

Fitness centers and recreational facilities, programs, and more.

Student Health Services

Comprehensive primary care for all of our students’ health and wellness needs.

Rutgers Student Food Pantry

A food pantry exclusively for Rutgers students.

Operating Status for Rutgers – New Brunswick Campus

Newark Campus Students (Undergraduate and PHD)

Counseling Center – (Undergraduate Students Only)

Virtual, confidential therapy including psychological, psychiatric, and alcohol/drug support 

Student Wellness Program (PhD Students Only – Free Counseling Services)

  • View Student Wellness Website
  • Contact: (973) 972-5429 or (800) 327-3678 (Emergencies or After Hours)

    Another resource – healhealthcareworkers.com – telehealth crisis counseling, virtual support groups, and wellness webinars for all NJ healthcare workers and their families 

Additional Counseling/Support Services

  • WeChat Text Helpline 
    An anonymous and confidential text-based helpline run by students. Any student struggling or in need of support/resources can text 973-339-0734 to be connected to a Peer Advocate.
  • SANVELLO Digital Support
    If students need help but are not ready to connect to a counselor, check out Sanvello! This self-help platform helps with emotional well-being, anytime!
    It’s FREE & Confidential so access your premium content at my.rutgers.edu and click “Sanvello: Wellness @ RUN.”
  • Crisis Resources
    The following resources are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
  • Counseling Center: 973-353-5805
  • NJ Suicide Prevention Hopeline: 855-654-6735 
  • National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 800-273-8255 
  • Crisis Text Line: Text HELLO to 741741; if you would like to speak directly with a counselor of color you can text STEVE to 741741 
  • RUPD: To reach RUPD while on campus, dial 9-1-1 
  • Residence Life: A staff member will work with the appropriate university units to assist you 

If there is an emergency, dial 9-1-1. 

myRUN One Stop – Rutgers University Newark

For questions related to financial aidstudent accounts, and registration, submit an inquiry to One Stop here

Visit MyRUN for detailed information about scheduled office closures and services for One Stop

Violence Prevention and Victim Assistance (VPVA)

Confidential services for any student who has experienced violence or harassment, or wants to support a friend or loved one who has. 

Title IX

The Office of Student Affairs Compliance and Title IX strives to provide a safe campus environment free from all forms of sex discrimination.

Office of Disability Services

ODS provides the necessary tools, resources and support for individuals with disabilities to become responsible decision-makers and self-advocates in charge of their own future.

Rutgers University Police Department (RUPD)

The Newark division of the Rutgers Police Department operates out of headquarters located at 5 Bruce Street and the police sub-station located at 200 University Avenue in Newark.

Recreation

Fitness centers and recreational facilities, programs, and more.

Student Health Services

Come to Rutgers University–Newark’s Health Services for immunizations, OB-GYN exams, physicals, diet and nutrition advice, and even an on-campus pharmacy.

Learn more about Health & Wellness Services and Programming

pantryRUN Food Pantry

Our food pantry provides free, healthy groceries to any student or staff who have trouble affording a healthy diet.

Operating Status for Rutgers – Newark Campus

Newark Campus (Graduate—DNP and Masters)

Student Wellness Program

The Student Wellness Program (SWP) is a free and confidential counseling service, which helps students deal effectively with stressors and pressures related to school, as well as personal problems that may affect their well-being, their home lives and/or their academic performance.

Another resource – healhealthcareworkers.com – telehealth crisis counseling, virtual support groups, and wellness webinars for all NJ healthcare workers and their families.

Financial Aid

Office of the Registrar – School of Nursing Graduate Program Only (RBHS)

The Registrar’s office may be contacted via email at registrar@sn.rutgers.edu. Please include your full name, A number, major/program and a contact number.

At this time, the office has suspended walk-in inquiries and we have moved to working remotely until further notice. As a result, we anticipate a higher volume of emails. Please allow 24-72 hours for staff to respond. We are still here to assist you and welcome your inquiries and questions.

Questions or Concerns: Please email registrar@sn.rutgers.edu.

Student Accounting

RBHS students seeking assistance with their refunds, late fees, financial holds, payment plans, or anything related to their term bill, should submit an inquiry to their campus One Stop.

Violence Protection Victim Assistance (VPVA)

Confidential services for any student who has experienced violence or harassment, or wants to support a friend or loved one who has. 

Title IX

Federal law that prohibits all forms of sexual discrimination, sexual harassment, or sexual violence.

Office of Disability Services

Reimbursements

Refund Information for Parking, Housing, Meal Plans, Other billing, etc.

Rutgers University Police Department (RUPD)

The Newark division of the Rutgers Police Department operates out of headquarters located at 5 Bruce Street and the police sub-station located at 200 University Avenue in Newark.

Student Health Services

RBHS Writing Center

RBHS Food Pantry

The RBHS Food Pantry is located at Stanley S. Bergen Building (SSB), GB03, 65 Bergen Street, Newark, New Jersey 07107

More Information for Newark RBHS Campus

Admissions and Recruitment

Contact Information
Email: snadmissions@sn.rutgers.edu

Recruitment Events

Admissions
– Speak to an admissions representative via Live Chat here between 8:30am and 4:30pm at nursing.rutgers.edu/admissions-and-aid/

Visit the links provided below for information on the following:
Financial Aid
Tuition and Fees
Scholarships: (EOF)
More admissions information

Newly Admitted Students

View information for new student orientation

Virtual Computer Labs

If you need access to specialized software, you can log in to the Virtual Computer Labs

If you have any questions or need additional information about resources, please contact your Student Engagement campus representative: