Rutgers Camden provides various resources to support all students. Learn about the offices and resources that are regularly requested by first generation students.
- Office of Academic Advising has Advisors who will help you understand your general education and graduation requirements, major and minors, provide training on Degree Navigator, and assist students on academic probation. The three different schools have separate advising offices below:
- Office of the Registrar is helpful for viewing and registering for classes, and viewing the academic calendar, and grades/transcripts.
- Honors College supports academic achievement, encourages engagement in campus life and creates a community for students to feel at home.
- Learning Center offers tutoring, peer-led review sessions, academic coaching, disability services, writing assistance, and workshops.
Personal and Social Support
- Office of New Student Programs also known as ONSP is helpful for first year and transfer students. ONSP services include orientation, placement testing, parent programs, social activities and more.
- Admissions Office provides campus tours to get to know Rutgers- Camden.
- Career Center offers resume assistance to finding the perfect internship or job.
- Student Health Services provides medical and psychological services as well as alcohol/drug/nicotine assistance.
- Office of Student Involvement helps students develop leadership roles through clubs and organizations.
- Leadership Institute introduces students to successful alumni and community leaders who provide guidance, mentorship and opportunities that offer students insight about their majors, careers, and life paths.
- Student Success Coach Office offers a mentoring program, beginning in a student’s first year that aims to cultivate students’ success, timely graduation, and personal and professional goals.
- Campus Safety offers emergency alerts, security escorts, and a secure environment for students, employees, and visitors.
- Office of Civic Engagement connects you with community partners through volunteerism and service.
- Campus Map
- Bridging the Gap is a grant program that helps students’ reduce or completely avoid student loan debt.
- Office of Financial Aid assist students in planning for and meeting expenses associated with attendance at the university.
- Student Accounting helps students with tuition payment plans, processes refunds, and provides other services related to students’ accounts.
- NJ SNAP Benefits for College Students
- FAQ for college students