Attend New Student Orientation
Information regarding the orientation for new Rutgers Summer Scholars students will be available soon.
Net ID & Email
In order to access many of the electronic services available to summer students, you must activate your NetID.
Rutgers Photo ID
Gain access to Rutgers services and facilities during summer with an Rutgers ID card.
Find your way around the New Brunswick campus this summer using campus maps.
Look up people, websites, and buildings at Rutgers using the online directory.
View summer hours of operation, search the library catalog, or find items placed on reserve on the libraries website.
Visit the New Brunswick computing services website for information regarding IT facilities and services.
Visit a learning center during summer for academic support services like tutoring, academic coaching, and review sessions.
Students enrolled in summer language courses may receive support services from the Institute for Global Languages.
The Plangere Writing Center provides free tutoring support to students who need help with a writing assignment for any summer course.
View the academic integrity policy or the university code of conduct on the Student Conduct website.
Obtain summer grades and records at the New Brunswick Office of the Registrar.
Visit the official university book store to order required text books for your summer courses.
Learn about Rutgers SAT/ACT test preparation classes.
Study, relax, or have a meal during summer at one of six student centers on the New Brunswick campus.
Enjoy state-of-the-art recreational facilities during the summer.
View summer events at the Mason Gross Performing Arts Center.
The Rutgers Film Co-Op/New Jersey Media Arts Center and the Rutgers University Program in Cinema Studies presents a series in summer for the NJ International Film festival.
View the Summer Session Event Calendar.
Summer Session students are eligible for various health services.
Summer Session students with disabilities who may need accommodations should contact the Office of Disability Services prior to registration.
The Division of Administration and Public Safety is committed to further improving the quality of safety and responding to all emergencies, suspicious activities, crimes and safety concerns on the New Brunswick campus.
View and pay your summer bill, sign up for a payment plan, or (if you are eligible for a refund) learn about your refund check on the Student Accounting, Billing, and Cashier Services website.
Students or parents parking on campus during summer are required to have a permit. Apply at the Department of Transportation Services.
Search the university Policy Library.