University Resources Directory

 


 

 

Academic Calendar

scheduling.rutgers.edu/calendar.shtml

Academic Department Listing

rutgers.edu/academics/academic-departments-programs

Academic Integrity Policy & Student Code of Conduct

judicialaffairs.rutgers.edu

Admissions (undergraduate)

admissions.rutgers.edu

Advising

ucc.rutgers.edu/get-started

Athletics

scarletknights.com

Bookstore

rutgers.bncollege.com

Campus Newspaper

dailytargum.com/

Career Services

careerservices.rutgers.edu

Computing Services

nbcs.rutgers.edu

Dining

http://food.rutgers.edu/

Disability Services

disabilityservices.rutgers.edu

Email and Computing

http://www.eden.rutgers.edu/index.php

Financial Aid

studentaid.rutgers.edu

Health Services

health.rutgers.edu

Housing

ruoncampus.rutgers.edu

ID Card

http://ruconnection.rutgers.edu/

International Student Office

http://internationalservices.rutgers.edu/content/

Learning Centers

rlc.rutgers.edu

Libraries

libraries.rutgers.edu

Maps and Directions

http://maps.rutgers.edu/

Parking & Transportation

parktran.rutgers.edu/

Recreation and Athletic Facilities

http://newbrunswick.rutgers.edu/athletics/athletics

Registrar

nbregistrar.rutgers.edu

RU Info

ruinfo.rutgers.edu

RU Police Department (non-emergency)

aps.rutgers.edu

Schedule of Classes

sis.rutgers.edu/soc

Student Accounting

studentabc.rutgers.edu

Student Centers

getinvolved.rutgers.edu/centers

University Code of Conduct

studentconduct.rutgers.edu

Violence Prevention and Victim Assistance

vpva.rutgers.edu

Writing Centers

wp.rutgers.edu

Fun Fact


In the 1960s the most famous alumnus of Rutgers is probably the cartoon character Mr. Magoo. For years, the university wondered why. Had Magoo’s creators or Jim Backus, the “voice” of Mr. Magoo, attended Rutgers? The answer turns out to be neither. Mr. Magoo went to Rutgers simply because—according to a Hollywood informant—his creators wanted him to be “a college alumnus who was still fired up with the old school spirit [and they felt] Rutgers was the embodiment of the ‘old school tie’ in America.”