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Services for Students with Disabilities

Students with disabilities at Rutgers-New Brunswick/ Piscataway are entitled to the same benefits of the university's educational mission and the same quality of student life, and are subject to the same academic and procedural requirements as other students. Rutgers is committed to providing reasonable accommodations inside and outside the classroom to meet students' diverse needs. The university's services include special assistance in academic advising, scheduling or rescheduling classes in barrier-free buildings, on-campus transportation for students with permanent or temporary mobility disabilities, assistive devices and equipment, learning assistance, and communication with faculty regarding students' general or specific needs. Each school in New Brunswick/Piscataway has a designated coordinator of services to students with disabilities to assist students enrolled in their school. For more information, students with disabilities also may contact the New Brunswick/Piscataway campus director for students with disabilities at 151 College Avenue, Kreeger Learning Center, Suite 122, College Avenue campus; 732/932-2848.

Concerns or grievances regarding Rutgers' compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 or Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act may be directed to the Associate Vice President for Student Affairs at 83 Somerset Street, College Avenue campus (732/932-8576,

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