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Aresty Research Center

The Aresty Research Center for Undergraduates staff assists students in learning about the process of research, identifying faculty mentors or projects, defining research goals, seeking funding for a project, seeking guidance in the ethical aspects of doing research, and presenting their findings to the university and the general public. For further information, see

Academic Support Services for Student Athletes (ASSSA)
Academic Support Services for Student Athletes (ASSSA) is dedicated to assisting students persist through the dual pressure of being a student at an AAU institution and a Division I student-athlete. For more information, see

Career Exploration and Success 

Career Exploration and Success provides resources and strategies for choosing a major, developing career plans, finding internships and full-time jobs, contacting alumni, and making successful career transitions. For further information, see

Douglass Residential College

Douglass Residential College is dedicated to inspiring women's excellence. Its programs offer women the opportunity to excel and realize their leadership potential in many areas, including academics, professional pursuits, and social and community life. For further information, see

Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) Programs

Recipients of an Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) grant also have available to them a number of academic services as part of their financial aid package. A staff of full-time professionals is assigned to aid with individual problems that may arise in areas ranging from personal to academic to financial. In addition to the counseling program, EOF offers tutorial services to students who need assistance in basic academic skills as well as in more advanced courses. Each summer, EOF offers a four-week residential precollege program of developmental and/or credit-granting courses. See

Office of Veteran and Military Programs and Services

The Office of Veteran and Military Programs and Services ensures that veteran students are fully integrated into campus life and are able to take full advantage of the broad range of intellectual and cultural activities offered by Rutgers while sharing their diverse experiences with the university community. For further information, see


RBS-UNB Office of Career Management

The mission of the Rutgers Business School: Undergraduate-New Brunswick (RBS-UNB) Office of Career Management is to promote RBS-UNB as a source for top talent by preparing our students to compete effectively in the contemporary job market. We accomplish this mission by providing employers concentrated targeted access to business students, preparing our students to effectively market how they intend to add value to their prospective employer, and partnering with the university's Career Services to augment existing programs offered to our students. For further information, see

Learning Centers

Learning Centers are based at several campus locations and offer a variety of academic support services to all students interested in improving their performance. All services are free with unlimited access. Professional staff assists students in mastering information-processing skills and higher-level organizational skills. Assistance is available in time management, note taking, text reading, test preparation, test taking, and various other areas. Additional services include peer academic tutoring (drop-in, by appointment, and online), course-specific instruction groups, and writing assistance for courses other than Rutgers Writing Program courses. For further information, see

Writing Centers

The Writing Centers function in conjunction with courses offered by the Writing Program. Students in these courses may seek assistance on their own from the Writing Centers located on Livingston, Busch, and College Avenue campuses. For more information, please visit

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