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Student Assistance

Since the personal welfare of students must be the concern of an academic community, redress of grievances for graduate students at the university is provided through a number of informal arrangements. Depending upon the subject at issue, students matriculated in the Graduate School-New Brunswick may approach their graduate director, the Office of the Dean of the Graduate School, or their departmental representative to the Graduate Student Association. In addition, many graduate programs have departmental student associations. Further information may be obtained from the Graduate Student Association at the Rutgers Student Center on College Avenue or from the Office of the Graduate School.


 
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