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Graduate School-New Brunswick

While most contemporary communication is via email and websites, some official communications among faculty, students, and staff members in the Graduate School-New Brunswick are delivered by campus mail to the mailboxes of faculty members and students. In certain circumstances, however, official communications are mailed to the student's home address by U.S. mail. It is the student's responsibility to keep the registrar informed of a current mailing address. New students should consult with their graduate director about the most appropriate location for their first mailbox assignment. When other addresses are not significantly more convenient, students ordinarily assign themselves mailboxes at the offices of their graduate directors.

The Graduate School-New Brunswick also communicates with students through its electronic listservs. In order to receive these messages, students must open a university computer account as soon as they register.

 
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